Engaging with men in social care

5 March 2013

Engaging with fathers in child protection: a good practice guideEngaging with men in social care: a good practice guide is a 16-page guide designed to help you engage effectively with men in, or attached to, families in which a child is at risk or may become so. It was developed from a 2-year project led by the Fatherhood Institute, with the Family Rights Group and funded by the Department for Education’s Voluntary and Community Sector Grant. You can download the guide here:

Engaging with fathers in child protection: a good practice guide

The following supplementary sheets are designed to complement the guide:

Fathers who abuse or neglect

Parental responsibility and the legal framework

Why fathers and father-figures are often overlooked

Qualities and Understandings

References and Bibliography

To find out more about our safeguarding work, contact Mark Osborn by email at mark.osborn(at)fatherhoodinstitute.org or tel 07920 428139.

Tags: , , ,


Leave a comment!

Add your comment below, or trackback from your own site. You can also subscribe to these comments via RSS.

Be nice. Keep it clean. Stay on topic. No spam.