Practice » For fathers
4 October 2005
The Disabled Parents Network has produced a series of ten briefings covering a range of issues facing disabled parents. 
External research » For fathers
17 June 2005
Inside the Portrait of a Family: the importance of fatherhood by Barry Carpenter Chief Executive, Sunfield Clent, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY9 9PB, UK Summary The perception and role of fatherhood appeared to change dramatically during the last century, from father as Victorian patriarch to one who acknowledged the need to ‘get in touch with his feminine side’. 
External research » For fathers
4 June 2005
Excerpt from Sebastian Kraemer (2005) Narratives of Fathers and Sons: ‘there is no such thing as a father’ in (Eds) Arlene Vetere and Emilia Dowling, Narrative Therapies with children and their Families: A Practitioners Guide to Concepts and Approaches. 
Practice » For fathers
14 April 2005
Ibrahim Bowers offers practical tips from a Muslim perspective on how to improve the Father-Child Relationship  – to the benefit of the whole family . 
Practice » For fathers
2 April 2005
National Bodies Asylum Aid www.asylamaid.org.uk British Heart Foundation www.bhf.org.uk British Lung Foundation www.lunguk.org Charity Commission www.charitycommission.gov.uk Citizens Advice www.citizensadvice.org.uk www.adviceguide.org.uk Commission for Racial Equality www.cre.gov.uk Independent Police Complaints Commission www.ipcc.gov.uk Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants www.jcwi.org.uk Liberty (National Council for Civil Rights) www.liberty-human-rights.org.uk National Council for Voluntary Organisations www.ncvo-vol.org.uk Refugee Council www.refugeecouncil.org.uk Community Organisations An-Nisa Society www.an-nisa.org (under contruction) An-Nisa works in three main areas: providing services to Muslim women and their families, supporting other Muslim groups in the UK, raising awareness about the Muslim community and influencing policy development.  Service provision for Muslim women and their families includes: health and social welfare activities, advice, information and counselling on a wide range of issues, supplementary Muslim school, English language classes, ICT, and other employment and training provision courses, cultural activities Muath Welfare Trust www.amanah.demon.co.uk Muath Welfare Trust (MWT) was established in 1990 to play a leading role in the efforts to helping communities live in harmony with one another by developing the skills and capacity of long ignored communities, which live on the margins of British society. 
Practice » For fathers
15 March 2005
 The charity Working Families has produced a new guide for working dads. This groundbreaking new book focuses on how fathers can get a real balance between work and family life throughout their careers.