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There are a large number of organisations committed to aims almost identical to ours of the right of children to decent parenting. We do not regard ourselves as being in competition with them and believe that a broad forum of debate and constructive engagement of the issues will be necessary to get the change that our children – and those of future generations – so badly need.

We hope you find these links useful. Please note though, that we have no connection with these sites and the Equal Parenting Alliance is not liable for the content of external sites.

EPA Family Law Survey – our survey (being conducted in collaboration with Families Need Fathers) into private family law contact cases and outcomes. www.familylawsurvey.co.uk
Scottish Equal Parenting Site – our Scottish group is flourishing and organises separate events to the main UK wide site. www.equalparentingscotland.com
Family Courts Legal Help site – This site is produced in association with some of those associated with the Equal Parenting Alliance and brings a number of people providing good value legal help together. Get a no-obligation case assessment. www.familycourts.co.uk
Families Need Fathers – a useful site with plenty of information, mostly for estranged fathers. (Though to access much of the information, you need to become a member). www.fnf.org.uk
Family Law Society – The Family Law Society seeks to promote good practice in Family Law cases and for a number of years has been conducting detailed research in the Family Courts. www.familylawsociety.org
Dads-UK Forums – A highly recommended site for obtaining help on practical and legal matters. Most of the messages are related to contact problems from dads – but this just reflects the current legal situation – plenty of women post and view these forums too. www.dads-uk.co.uk/forums
Mens Aid – a registered charity which has been set up in Milton Keynes to provide free practical advice and support to men who have been abused. The Government define abuse as “The violation of an individual’s human and civil rights by any other person or persons”. www.mensaid.com
Find your MP – House of Commons web page to determine your MP from your constituency or your post code. www.locata.co.uk/commons/
A Fairer CSA For All – The Child Support Agency has to be the most incompetent Government Agency in history and has successfully destroyed lives for over a decade. Their aim is to bring an end to this totally unjust and unfair organisation. www.afairercsaforall.co.uk
HM Court Service Forms and Guidance – Many of the forms you need to apply for family law matters can be downloaded from this site. http://www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/HMCSCourtFinder/FormFinder.do
Grandparents Apart – a self help group dedicated to ease the suffering of grandparents and grandchildren and extended families torn apart. www.grandparentsapart.co.uk/
Grandparents Action Group UK – fighting to continue contact for children with their grandparents and wider extended family after separation. http://way.to/gaguk
Parents 4 Protest – Campaigning for Parents Rights, protesting against the Wales and UK Family Court’s for Justice and Equality. A good source of archive material. www.parents4protest.co.uk/
Fathers 4 Justice – the original group that brought the issues to the attention of the public and press. Recently F4J has pledged to restart it’s campaign. www.fathers-4-justice.org
Real Fathers For Justice – A development from the original Fathers 4 Justice, with very similar aims and objectives: to focus attention and push for change in family law through direct action. We believe a group such as this has an essential part to play in the movement to get change in family law – though this doesn’t mean to say we always agree with everything they do. www.realfathersforjustice.org/
Single Parents Alliance – working within the equal parenting movement, promoting equal treatment and rights for all single parents. www.singleparentsalliance.co.uk
The Canadian Symposium For Parental Alienation Syndrome – The mission of CS-PAS, is to assist attendees in recognizing Parental Alienation Syndrome as a form of child abuse and to help the public become knowledgeable and aware of professionals that can provide solutions for intervention and treatment. CS-PAS are holding a symposium on March 27th – 29th 2009 in Toronto, Canada
LERN Single Parent Club – Birmingham – LERN Single Parent Club (a self-help group), is a place for single parents to gather and meet other single parents. It is a chance for young people of single parent families to meet other young people who share the same situation.. http://lern.club.officelive.com
Find a Counsellor or Pyschotherapist near you – Counselling Directory only lists qualified/registered Counsellors and Psychotherapists. Every member must send us copies of their qualifications and insurance cover or must be registered with a recognised professional body www.counselling-directory.org.uk/

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