25 July 2013
Which? has published some useful paternity leave templates for dads. The templates, which include a letter of notice for paternity leave, a self-certificate form, and an application form for additional paternity leave, are available as free downloads on the Which? 
Blog » For fathers
12 July 2013
Jeremy Davies writes: Earlier this week, we tweeted about a dad who had been referred to as ‘Mr Mummy’ when he dropped his children off at school – as if fulfilling this mundane but vital task placed him into a world of parenting activity way beyond his gendered capabilities. 
Practice » For fathers
2 July 2013
Sorting Out Separation: Parents Working Together is a new video on the government’s website, visit video Growing up is challenging for any child. 
Blog » For fathers
24 May 2013
Shadow public health minister Diane Abbott gave a controversial speech to think tank Demos, outlining that Britain is suffering from a ‘crisis of masculinity’, as a result of which young men have become unclear of their social role; do worse at school; suffer depression and anxiety; and adopt ‘hypermasculine’ behaviours.  
Practice » For fathers
21 May 2013
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Questions we have been asked include: ‘Do you know of any helplines for domestic violence support for men?’ ‘Anything about violence against men?’ ‘I have trouble with my temper and would like to do something about it’ The vast majority of domestic violence is perpetrated by men on women. 
Practice » For fathers
10 April 2013
Fathers Reading Every Day is a well-evaluated supported reading programme we have imported from the US, and are now running in primary schools and early years settings.