EVENT – Writing our own narratives: teaching our children about resilience and anti-racist parenting (Monday 12th July)

EVENT TONIGHT! Writing our own narratives: teaching our children about resilience and anti racist parenting. Our England team have been amazing all tournament and 5 of our heroes bravely stepped up to take penalties. They show courage and leadership and they will grow from the Read More …

EVENT: Helping Your Children Through The Pandemic (Tuesday 12th Jan)

EVENT: Helping your children through the pandemic – Tuesday 12th January Well what a start to the year! This latest lockdown comes as no surprise but will have a massive impact on us all. Thoughts of homeschooling while trying to work from home during the first lockdown Read More …

EVENT: Dads and Mental Health – a safe space for conversation (Weds 2nd Dec)

On Wednesday 2nd December at 8.30 pm (on Zoom), we’ll be holding an event on dads and mental health. It’s a safe space for conversation – no pressure, no expectation, just humans connecting, sharing and having a chat! We would love to see you there, Read More …

EVENT: ‘Dads & Masculinity’ – a safe space for conversation

EVENT: ‘Dads & Masculinity’ – a safe space for conversation  Join us at this informal men’s only discussion to look at how the social construct of masculinity impacts us as men and dads We’ll have a few speakers and a casual, informal conversation. Weds 25th Read More …

Event: engaging men in conversations about gender equality (23rd Nov) – MFF x We Are The City

On Monday 23rd November, we’ll be talking at a We Are The City event, all about engaging men in conversations around gender equality. We Are The City is an amazing organisation that support’s women’s careers and helps firms attract/retain/develop female talent across the world. For Read More …

Event: MFF to take part on a Fatherhood Matters panel with Educating Matters (Friday 4th December from 1100-1200)

We’ll be taking part in a ‘Fatherhood Matters’ panel with the good people over at Educating Matters. The event takes place on Friday 4th December from 1100-1200 and we’ll be covering the following topics: what is unique about the role of the father Breaking stereotypes Read More …