Young Fathers Conferences 2010
Work with young fathers is rising up the policy agenda, as the impact these boys and men have on their partners and children becomes more widely recognised. While young fathers, like young mothers, face particular challenges, the rewards of supporting them successfully through the transition to parenthood are high.
The conferences – Not so invisible? Supporting Young Fathers – are being held in two locations in the UK during March of this year. The events are a collaboration between the Fatherhood Institute, Young People in Focus (YPF), and the Teenage Pregnancy Unit (TPU) in the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF).
When and where?
York: Thursday 11th March 2010
London: Thursday 25th March 2010
Topics covered will include
- Key current policy issues
- Research messages – how supporting young fathers benefits children and mothers
- Tackling the tough issues for practitioners – domestic violence and child protection
- Successful ways of engaging/working with young fathers
- Working with fathers-to-be
- Issues in working with the youngest dads
- Supporting young fathers in custody
- Learning from the Family Nurse Partnership programme
- Engaging dads in children’s centres
Find out more – and book a place
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