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    Paid leave after miscarriage?

    According to outgoing minister Koolmees of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employments, the government is currently looking into the possibility for parents to become eligible for paid leave in the event of a miscarriage or stillbirth. It is part of wider research into how people at work deal with mourning and the possibilities for bereavement leave.

    New Zealand

    The government of New Zealand has recently passed an act which makes both parents eligible for a three day paid leave after a miscarriage or stillbirth. Dutch political parties SGP and GroenLinks are advocating a similar act in the Netherlands. Minister Koolmees expects to be able to tell more about the possibilities for such an act before the end of this year.

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