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Content on the impact on fathers and their families of fathers’ incarceration, with particular reference to Young Offenders, during the men’s imprisonment and the process of re-settlement.

Practice » Imprisoned fathers
22 June 2009
Britain’s dads are more actively involved in their children’s lives than ever before. And we know fathers matter hugely to their children. 
External research » Imprisoned fathers
14 May 2009
Rosie Meek’s paper ‘The parenting possible selves of young fathers in prison’ draws on the social psychological concept of ‘possible selves’ to explore young imprisoned dads’ parenting aspirations and concerns. 
Practice » Imprisoned fathers
14 May 2009
What: ‘You and Your Child’ parenting programme for fathers who are prisoners Who: Ormiston Children & Families Trust, accredited by the National Open College Network Where: Eight prisons in Eastern England When: Programme first accredited 2004 In the UK there are an estimated 160,000 children who have a parent (in the vast majority of cases, a father) in prison. 
Practice » Imprisoned fathers
7 April 2009
You can download this form from the Related Documents section below, and use it to gather information about young dads accessing your service. 
Practice » Imprisoned fathers
7 April 2009
You can download the form from the Related Documents section below, and use it to give to a "third party" to take home to a dad, and return to the service. 
External research » Imprisoned fathers
25 March 2009
The Australian Fatherhood Research Network (AFRN) promotes high-quality collaborative research into fatherhood and fathering in Australia by encouraging researchers, academics, managers, practitioners and those developing policy to pay attention to the important roles that fathers play in family and community life.