Practice » Domestic violence
26 May 2016 | 3 comments
  Bringing Fathers In is a series of smart, punchy, evidence-based information sheets backed up with a series of online research summaries. 
External research » Domestic violence
16 December 2014 | Leave a comment
  Men in low and middle income countries are generally positive about gender equality – but their participation in household and caregiving tasks remains low, and levels of intimate partner violence are still high, according to a study published in the Men and Masculinities journal. 
Blog » Domestic violence
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. 
Practice » Domestic violence
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. 
FI research » Domestic violence
7 November 2014 | Leave a comment
Removing a abusive father from a family, while often a positive and even essential first step, provides only a partial solution. 
Practice » Domestic violence
13 October 2014 | Leave a comment
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