Why there’s a group teaching men how to be good dads

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 12 July 2017

15 mins

Engaged dads can make a huge difference in their children’s lives.

Now The Fathering Project is aiming to teach dads about their importance, and what an engaged parent really looks like.

From camping weekends, to hair workshops, the not for profit group is expanding into schools throughout the country and how, as Sean Johns from the project explained to Kinderling Conversation, a father's words can be more powerful than we know.

For more on The Fathering Project, watch founder Dr Bruce Robinson below.

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