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March Against Parental Alienation

March Against Parental Alienation

25th April is International Parental Alienation Awareness Day

Many of you will already be aware from social media that a march on PA Day from the Royal Courts of Justice to Downing Street. It is an opportunity to make this terrible phenomenon more visible so that it can be properly addressed. The assembly point is outside the Royal Courts of Justice on The Strand between 11am and midday when the march will progress to Downing Street. We understand that speakers will include:

Andrew Bridgen MP, Neil McEvon Welsh Assembly Member and parents and representatives of parents who have been affected by parental alienation. There will also be music by singer/songwriter Mark Hegarty.

No doubt there will be FNF supporters there so please join them and make your presence felt.

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  • 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.
  • A couple of weeks ago a 'guest blog' by, self styled 'feminist' barrister Charlotte Proudman was posted on the Transparency Project's Website. Her comments follow on from her appearance alongside FNF on the Victoria Derbyshire Show on 15th May 2019 when she said that Parental Alienation "really turns my stomach", the existence of which she questioned. Child Protection Resource website published our response to the Family Inquiry Panel and the feelings and dogma that are being promoted in this discussion. Please support us by sharing and liking our posts, following us, becoming a member, registering for free or making a donation. http://childprotectionresource.online/feelings-and-dogma-cannot-set-the-agenda-in-family-justice/
  • A couple of weeks ago a 'guest blog' by, self styled 'feminist' barrister Charlotte Proudman was posted on the Transparency Project's Website. Her comments follow on from her appearance alongside FNF on the Victoria Derbyshire Show on 15th May 2019 when she said that Parental Alienation "really turns my stomach", the existence of which she questioned. Child Protection Resource website published our response to the Family Inquiry Panel and the feelings and dogma that are being promoted in this discussion. Please support us by sharing and liking our posts, following us, becoming a member, registering for free or making a donation. A GLITCH CAUSED THIS POST TO GO OUT TWICE. SORRY FOR CONFUSION. KEPT BOTH AS BOTH HAD COMMENTS.
  • You will have your own views as to why public and private law cases are going up. We will try to investigate the most promising suggestions and share them with the judiciary. More details on the review will follow separately. Please support us by becoming a member, sharing and liking our posts, registering for free or making a donation. https://www.theguardian.com/law/2019/jul/03/family-courts-running-up-a-down-escalator-due-to-increase-in-cases
  • Following a powerful lobby by women's rights activists, the Ministry of Justice announced a panel of representatives to review the way that family justice system does or does not protect people from the risk of domestic abuse. Naturally the recommendations will affect mothers, fathers and their children. It will affect victims and perpetrators of abuse. They will also affect the innocent and people who are victims of false allegations. We want people to be safe, but it is hard to see how the Government came to the conclusion that their reviewing panel of 10 women and one man is fair, but they did. It includes women's representatives, but none from men's or fathers organisations. Please read our Newsletter on this and ask you MP to make representations to the Minister. https://fnf.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=534:spotlight-on-child-protection-in-family-courts-review-panel&catid=2:uncategorised
  • University College London research by Dr John Barry supports the comments here that men treasure their responsibility as fathers above all else. Research also supports the fact that shared parenting after separation improves welfare outcomes for children. We support a rebuttal presumption of joint parenting time. Not a recent article, but still relevant and supported by growing evidence. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/how-dad-deprivation-could-be-eroding-modern-society/ To support us please follow us, share and like our posts, become a member, register for free or make a donation.

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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

 

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