Free resources to help you embrace ‘dad power’
Make the most of ‘dad power’ with our free resources for advocates, practitioners and researchers
This week we are launching Bringing Fathers In – a series of free resources designed to help you engage more effectively with dads, wherever you are in the world.
The resources include the following factsheets:
Making the most of fathers…to support children’s early learning (launched for International Men’s Day on November 19)
Making the most of fathers….to improve maternal and infant health (launched for Universal Children’s Day on November 20)
Making the most of fathers….to protect children against violence (launched for International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (White Ribbon Day) on November 25).
There are also top tips on engaging with dads, mistakes to avoid, and great ideas on messaging around father-involvement. And the resources are supported by a series of ten online research summaries, covering everything from ‘Dads and hormones’ to ‘Fathers at the birth’, ‘Paternity leave’ and ‘Fathers, sensitivity and parenting style’ – plus links to a range of other useful resources.
You can download them all now on the Fatherhood Institute website.
Please share them with your colleagues and networks using this link: www.fatherhoodinstitute.org/bringingfathersin and the hashtag #bringingfathersin.