Fathers' time has arrived

Bartlett, David
March 2009
Community Care;3/12/2009, Issue 1761, p20
The article presents information on the "Think Fathers" campaign, funded by the government and supported by the Fatherhood Institute and others in Great Britain. The campaign will find out about fatherhood through the eyes of families and children, with a series of local events. The author states that the country also need a children's workforce that's up to the job of providing the flexible, systematic, skilled engagement with fathers that children really need.


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