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  • HAVE YOUR SAY AND RESPOND TO THE GOVERNMENT CALL FOR EVIDENCE NOW CLOSING DATE IS MONDAY 26TH AUGUST 2019!! The Government are conducting a Review of how family courts protect litigants in family courts when there are allegations of abuse - use of repeated returns to court as a form of abuse, etc. There are all sorts of problems with this review, how it was set-up and the lack of representation of men and fathers. We remain concerned that in maintaining a narrow focus of questions, the Review is likely to pre-determine the outcome, resulting in bias in its findings. We find it hard to see how this review can possibly conclude anything other than that there is a need for further independent research BEFORE recommending any action. The reason for this is that the 'evidence' from all individuals making submissions will inevitably always be one-sided. It is unlikely to focus on findings of fact made by courts, abusive behaviour by the authors of responses, etc. It will not be informed by facts as to the nature of allegations made by each party, their relevance or the sometimes complex mutually abusive dynamics of specific relationships. Above all it will not be based on tested facts. It will in effect provide the MoJ with hundreds of untested anecdotal stories which on their own won't tell anyone very much and are likely to be misleading if they are assumed to be the truth. However, if the MoJ are to rely on "trial by outcry", it is important that as many views are received as possible so please ACT NOW and HAVE YOUR SAY!. Please support FNF by following us, sharing and liking our posts, registering for free, making a donation or becoming a Member. https://consult.justice.gov.uk/digital-communications/assessing-harm-private-family-law-proceedings/
  • Today's Metro reports on actress Anna Friel's struggles with work-family balance. Great to see her say she sacrificed an LA career as "it would have taken Gracie away from her father and friends". Previously it had been reported that she said of her ex “He’s a great dad and lives just across the road.". Parents working together and prioritising their daughter! Hope it continues to work out. https://www.metro.news/anna-friels-struggles-with-work-family-balance/1664320/ Help us to make family separation better for children by following us, liking and sharing our posts, making a donation, becoming a member or registering for free.
  • The third case reported in a month or so of children killed by a mother with a range of difficulties in her life. On the face of it the father's opportunities to be involved with the children were limited. Another tragic case that adds to the weight of evidence that the narrow focus of the current review of child protection in family courts, focusing essentially on risks posed by men, is too narrow to address the underlying and wider issues around child safety. The Ministry of Justice called for the review following a Victoria Derbyshire show in May focusing on four selected child homicides where the father was the perpetrator. Our thoughts are with all the family. You can support us by registering for free, following us, liking/sharing our posts, becoming a member or making a donation. https://www.rugbyadvertiser.co.uk/news/crime/father-of-girls-murdered-by-louise-porton-speaks-after-she-is-found-guilty-1-9019617
  • Parental Alienation - A great interview by RTE1 in Ireland with Brian O'Sullian, Consultant Systemic Family Psychotherapist who deals with PA cases. Please support us by following us, liking and sharing posts, registering for free, becoming a member or making a donation. https://soundcloud.com/user-194293915/brian-osullivan-parental-alienation-rte-1-ryan-tubridy-show-30-07-19
  • Yet another tragic case in the space of weeks that challenges the mistaken gendered narrative about child homicides being at the hands of fathers. The bereft dad told the court the mother was emotionally controlling "she knew it was the ultimate punishment" he said and "How I wish I had never taken them back to her. I only did this because I thought every mum deserves to be with their kids." Our thoughts are with the father and all the family. Please support us by following us, sharing and liking our posts, becoming a member, registering for free or making a donation. https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news/hull-east-yorkshire-news/hull-dad-samantha-ford-drowns-3141789
  • Families Need Fathers shared a post.There’s going to be a debate on the CMS (Child Maintenance Service)on Tuesday next week in the House of Commons. The MP leading this wants to hear about your experiences of it. Please comment on the House of Commons post for your chance to feed into the debate. The post contains a link to a private platform if you wish you submit your comments in private. The deadline for responses is midday on Monday 22nd July 2019.

FNF HSSF Kite Mark Award

Families Need Fathers has been awarded the Help and Support for Separated Families Kite Mark which is a new UK government accreditation scheme for organisations offering help to separated families.

Families Need Fathers work with a range of family law professionals, including Family Law Panel

 

Upcoming Events

27/08/2019 Tue: Harrow Branch Meetings
28/08/2019 Wed: London East (Tower Hamlets)
29/08/2019 Thu: Southport Meeting
29/08/2019 Thu: Exeter Meeting
31/08/2019 Sat: Harrow Branch Meetings
2/09/2019 Mon: London Central Solicitor's Clinic
2/09/2019 Mon: Edinburgh Meeting
2/09/2019 Mon: Nottingham Meeting
2/09/2019 Mon: Northern Ireland Meeting
2/09/2019 Mon: Reading Meeting
2/09/2019 Mon: London Central Meeting
3/09/2019 Tue: Leeds Central Meeting
3/09/2019 Tue: Newcastle Meeting
3/09/2019 Tue: Northampton Meeting
3/09/2019 Tue: Oxford Meeting (check day with branch)
3/09/2019 Tue: Harrow Branch Meetings
4/09/2019 Wed: Manchester Meeting