27 April 2023
Latest figures show that the UK’s gender pay gap is now 14.9%, which is higher than the average for EU countries. How can we address this sticky problem? Well there's a growing consensus that part of the solution should be a father-inclusive parenting leave system, including a minimum of six weeks' well-paid leave for dads. Find out what we and two leading maternity rights organisations have to say on the subject Read the full story »
Uncategorized »
23 April 2023
Research stretching back many years suggests that in the UK, as elsewhere, family services’ engagement with fathers is piecemeal at best. 
Blog »
14 February 2023
“Happy Valentines Day!!” by Darwin Bell is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0. Stuck for something to do or give your partner this Valentine’s Day? 
Campaigns, Policy, Uncategorized »
11 January 2023
The UK Parliament’s Education Select Committee has launched an inquiry into childcare affordability and early years education in England. 
Practice »
15 September 2022
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Blog, FI research »
11 September 2022
We are delighted to make available several pre-prepared search packs drawn from our systematically collected and curated UK fatherhood research library, at a price of £15 per pack. 
Blog, Practice »
21 July 2022
The Fatherhood Institute is a world-leader in father-inclusive research, policy and practice. Established in 1999, we have built a strong track record, developing a remarkable knowledge and evidence base around fathers and fatherhood – and training thousands of practitioners, commissioners and others, as well as advocating for policy change and developing high quality resources for dads.   
Campaigns, Practice »
13 June 2022
We know that sometimes it feels like you’re the forgotten parent. Nobody smiles at you or talks to you, invites you to appointments about the baby, or asks you how you are. 
FI research, Policy »
13 June 2022
Bringing Baby Home, our review of empirical evidence about UK fathers and fatherhood in the first postnatal year, explores who dads are; what they do as caregivers, and what influences this; what impact they have (on children and mothers); and how services engage with them.