Do you have expertise working in Australia’s family law system? Have you got something to say about how we could improve the system for dads?Read more
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Newly crowned Sunshine Coast Father of the Year Thomas Docking is part of a growing movement wanting to help dads learn about fatherhood in an environment that has more appeal than a typical health ward or local neighbour house play group.Read more
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As a modern dad and relatively new father himself, writer Luke Benedictus and his business partners Jeremy Macvean and Andrew McUtchen believed there was a dearth of material on the subject of parenting from a blokes’ perspective.Read more
A new South Australian study submitted to the journal of Qualitative Health Research this week shows that many new fathers feel anxious and excluded about becoming a father and a huge opportunity is missed during the perinatal period to engage and support them.Read more
A new Deakin University study exploring why some men choose not to have children aims to shed insights into a topic that has had little air time in Australia.Read more
Dads with children aged between three and 12 are invited to take part in a new research study exploring the role fathers play in sexuality education.Read more
Québec’s provincial insurance plan that provides fathers with paternity leave has had a major impact on fatherhood.
This article by Diane-Gabrielle Trembaly of the TÉLUQ University was originally published at The Conversation.Read more
According to Parents at Work CEO Emma Walsh, there is a “a myriad of parental leave policy out their concocted by employers.” So it’s not surprising many men in Australia don’t use it.
“It’s a bit of a dog’s breakfast,” Walsh told the Australian Fatherhood Research Symposium last week at Deakin University, Melbourne.Read more