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Families Need Fathers (FNF), founded in 1974, is a registered charitable social care organization in the United Kingdom that offers information, advice, and support to parents whose children's relationship with them is under threat during or after divorce or separation, or who have become alienated or estranged from their children. FNF also advocates for shared parenting, more time for children with their non-custodial parent, and stronger court actions when a custodial parent defies court orders requiring them to allow their children a relationship with the other parent. The organization's goal is that children of divorce or separation should not lose the love and care of one of their parents.

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  • Families Need Fathers (FNF), founded in 1974, is a registered charitable social care organization in the United Kingdom that offers information, advice, and support to parents whose children's relationship with them is under threat during or after divorce or separation, or who have become alienated or estranged from their children. FNF also advocates for shared parenting, more time for children with their non-custodial parent, and stronger court actions when a custodial parent defies court orders requiring them to allow their children a relationship with the other parent. The organization's goal is that children of divorce or separation should not lose the love and care of one of their parents. (en)
  • 家族は父親を必要とする(Families Need Fathers)は、英国の登録された慈善団体である。1974年に設立された。子どもを持ちながら離婚した親に対して、情報提供と支援を行っている(未婚の親も対象に含む)。 (ja)
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  • Because both parents matter
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  • Maintaining a child's relationship with both parents during and after family breakdown.
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  • FNF (en)
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  • 1974 (xsd:integer)
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  • Alick Elithorn, Keith Parkin (en)
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  • Greg Downing ; Mairead McKeever ; Michael Lewkowicz (en)
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  • Because both parents matter (en)
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  • Families Need Fathers (en)
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  • Maintaining a child's relationship with both parents during and after family breakdown. (en)
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  • Families Need Fathers (FNF), founded in 1974, is a registered charitable social care organization in the United Kingdom that offers information, advice, and support to parents whose children's relationship with them is under threat during or after divorce or separation, or who have become alienated or estranged from their children. FNF also advocates for shared parenting, more time for children with their non-custodial parent, and stronger court actions when a custodial parent defies court orders requiring them to allow their children a relationship with the other parent. The organization's goal is that children of divorce or separation should not lose the love and care of one of their parents. (en)
  • 家族は父親を必要とする(Families Need Fathers)は、英国の登録された慈善団体である。1974年に設立された。子どもを持ちながら離婚した親に対して、情報提供と支援を行っている(未婚の親も対象に含む)。 (ja)
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  • Families Need Fathers (en)
  • 家族は父親を必要とする (ja)
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  • Families Need Fathers (en)
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