Families Need Fathers - Information For Media

As well as our support services, Families Need Fathers campaigns for the reform of family courts, increased support for separated and separating families and the promotion of Shared Parenting. As a result, we are keen to work with and provide assistance to the media wherever possible. 

 

Journalists & Researchers

 

If you are a journalist, researcher or similar seeking information or comment on the work of Families Need Fathers or any related issues, please contact the FNF office on 0300 0300 110 / media@fnf.org.uk  who will be extremely happy to speak with you and discuss how FNF may be able to help.

 

 

Spokespeople 

Families Need Fathers has a range of spokespeople with a wide variety of expertise and experiences available around the country (please click here to view our local branch listings). We have provided spokespeople for local and national media, including BBC Television, ITN, Radio 4 and Radio 5.

 

If you would like to arrange a spokesperson from Families Need Fathers, please contact the FNF office on 0300 0300 110.

 

 

Case Studies

 

 

FNF provides many case studies on a regular basis to local and national media. We have a significant cohort of members around the UK, including fathers, mothers, grandparents, extended families and new partners, who have had a range of experiences related to separated families and parenting.

 

We also have a short selection of significant case studies which can be made available to journalists and researchers.

 

If you are seeking a case study on a particular subject or in a particular area, please contact the FNF office on 0300 0300 110.

 

 

FNF Press Releases

 

 In addition to contacting FNF, you may wish to visit our Press Releases page to view our recent comments and responses. 

 

 

FNF in the Media

 

 

 You can see where Families Need Fathers has featured in the media by visiting our Online PR Diary.

 

 


 

 

 

Contact the FNF Office

 

0300 0300 110

media@fnf.org.uk

Unit 501, The Pill Box Building, 115 Coventry Road, London, E2 6GG