18 November 2014 | Leave a comment
The Fatherhood Institute and MenCare are launching a package of practical resources for health, education and social care professionals, policy makers, programme managers and designers, researchers and evaluators, to mark International Men’s Day (Nov 19), the UN's Universal Children’s Day (Nov 20) and International Day to Eradicate Violence Against Women/White Ribbon Day (Nov 25). Bringing Fathers In is designed to help professionals from any discipline work in ways that build on dads’ vital role in improving children’s outcomes. Read the full story »
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18 November 2014 | Leave a comment
Jeremy Davies writes: Two years ago the Fatherhood Institute published a global research review which identified and explored the evidence on parenting and other programmes’ promotion of father-involvement in the first eight years of children’s lives. 
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16 November 2014 | One comment
  Bringing Fathers In is a series of smart, punchy, evidence-based information sheets backed up with a series of online research summaries. 
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16 November 2014 | Leave a comment
Our 2012 review, Fatherhood: Parenting Programmes and Policy – A Critical Review of Best Practice, examined evidence from across the world about parenting and other programmes’ focus on father-involvement as a means to impact on family violence, child abuse, children’s health or learning. 
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16 October 2014 | Leave a comment
The Fatherhood Institute has produced two new resources for the Institute of Health Visiting, to help their members improve the service they provide to families with young children. 
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15 October 2014 | Leave a comment
Jeremy Davies writes: New figures from the Office for National Statistics confirm fathers’ central role in the transmission of disadvantage in the UK. 
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14 October 2014 | Leave a comment
An evaluation of father-inclusiveness training for health visitors and community practitioners has found significant improvements in knowledge and attitudes, and changes in practice, among course participants. 
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13 October 2014 | Leave a comment
Shared Parental Leave is a new right that will enable eligible mothers, fathers, partners and adopters to choose how to share time off work after their child is born or placed. 
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13 October 2014 | Leave a comment
Shared Parental Leave is a new right that will give eligible dads and mums (see below for more details on eligibility) more choice over how to share the earning and caring after their child is born (or placed with them through adoption).