Could you make a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable children in England?

Could you make a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable children in England? Social work charity Frontline is looking for people to tackle one of Britain’s toughest but most rewarding jobs and help transform the lives of the most disadvantaged children and families Read More …

Why more dads should take Shared Parental Leave – by Olympian, Abdul Buhari

Why more dads should take Shared Parental Leave Last year I took three months of Shared Parental Leave to look after my then eight-month-old son Zakariyya. I’ve been lucky enough to have had some pretty amazing experiences in my life – I’ve competed in the Read More …

Why flexible working for men is the key to achieving true gender equality

I’ve been lucky enough to work in organisations that have supported my role as a father. Over the last couple of years I’ve changed my working pattern a number of times and my current role is my most flexible yet. I previously worked compressed hours Read More …

Can you achieve work-life balance as a dad and a teacher? by A Law

Can you achieve work-life balance as a dad and a teacher? For anyone who’s a teacher, referring to your students as “my kids”, particularly for a younger cohort, is fairly typical. Just as a parent does with their own children, as a teacher, you build Read More …

Fame, Farming and Fatherhood with JB Gill (JLS) on our #FatherhoodStories podcast

Fame, Farming and Fatherhood with JB Gill on our #FatherhoodStories podcast I love having good conversations with inspiring people and that’s why we launched the #FatherhoodStories podcast. In episode 3 I sit down with JB Gill to talk about his time in JLS, his faith, Read More …

My work in progress strategy to good co-parenting – by Francis Xavier Labiran

My work in progress strategy to good co-parenting "My daughter spends her time between two households, and her mother and I have the challenge of trying to make sure she has a somewhat consistent experience no matter where she is". NEW POST: @FXLabiran talks growth, Read More …

Competition: Win 2 tickets to the fun and empowering ‘I am festival’ on Saturday 21st July in London

Competition: Win 2 tickets to the fun and empowering ‘I am festival’ We have two tickets to give away to the I Am Festival on Saturday 21st September in London! You can enter the competition via our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook channels. All you need Read More …

#FatherhoodStories podcast with Leon Mann (Broadcaster, Film Maker, Consultant, Entrepreneur)

On Father’s Day we launched our new #FatherhoodStories podcast! This is the space where we speak to inspiring men from the world of music, football and business about their career and fatherhood journey. The podcast kicked off with an introductory episode and now we bring you our Read More …

Elliott Rae talks Music, Football & Fatherhood on the All Purpose Seasoning podcast

Elliott Rae talks Music, Football & Fatherhood on the All Purpose Seasoning podcast The All Purpose Seasoning podcast is a cool show hosted by four brothers who get introspective with a special guest each episode. Our founder Elliott Rae featured on there latest episode. It Read More …

Divorce, court battles and co-parenting. Review of Charlie Albert’s book ‘Whispers of hope‘ – by Ana Swartz

When Elliott asked the MFF team who wanted to do a review of the book ‘I just want to see my child! – Whispers of Hope‘ by Charlie Albert, I felt this was my call. Being a child of divorce myself and living in a Read More …

Why Arsene Wenger has been a father figure to me and so many others – by JJabbal

I was 10 years old when Arsene Wenger was appointed Arsenal manager. This was before the days of the internet and smart phones and a play-by-play of every little thing that happens in the world discussed, scrutinised and dissected before it has even happened. This Read More …

The forgotten narrative of a new dad – by ALaw

The forgotten narrative of a new dad Being a new mum isn’t easy but albeit differently, neither is being a new dad When my son was born, I had two weeks of paternity leave before I had to return to work. That’s it. Two weeks. In Read More …