Schools – boost your results by becoming a FRED provider
‘When I see my children at the weekend they say, “We don’t want to go to McDonald’s – can we read stories instead?”.’ You probably already know how important dads can be to their children’s learning – and if you don’t, you can find out here.
Creating father-inclusive health and social services: one-day course
The government’s Healthy Child programme says: “The contribution that fathers make to their children’s development, health and wellbeing is important, but services do not do enough to recognise or support them.
Workplace courses and resources
Men have changed – they want to be fully involved, hands-on dads, not just chained to a life of breadwinning.
‘Everything works against fathers’: UK dads feel work-life balance strain
A new report suggests UK men run the risk of facing a ‘fatherhood penalty’, as they struggle to hold down demanding, well-paid jobs while taking a greater role in looking after their children.
Why we need the UK press to stop dad-shaming
Jeremy Davies writes: When we launched our Fairness In Families Index yesterday, our press release highlighted that ‘UK mums and dads are the worst in the world at sharing childcare’.
UK mums and dads are worst in developed world at sharing childcare
The Fatherhood Institute’s Fairness in Families Index 2016 This Father’s Day (19 June), British men will spend 24 minutes caring for children, for every hour done by women.