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February 12th, 2018

F4J say that 100 years after suffrage, men are now the discriminated sex

The founder of Fathers4Justice, Matt O’Connor, (seen above handcuffed to the railings at Buckingham Palace) has said that 100 years after suffrage, the gender pendulum has to another extreme, this time against men and fathers. Speaking to Wiki Tribune on the 100th anniversary of women winning ‘the right to vote’, Fathers4Justice founder Matt O’Connor said, […]

February 12th, 2018

Tesco change ‘mother only’ trolleys after F4J brand them sexist

Tesco has said it is bringing out a new, gender-neutral design of shopping trolley after F4J accused the retailer of sexism. Safety instructions on the handles of the carts only depict mothers and children, using a silhouette of a figure in a dress. F4J told the Daily Mail it was the latest example of retailer […]

January 30th, 2018

Fathers4Justice calls for all sexist abuse, including misandry, to be classed as a hate crime

Campaign group Fathers4Justice (F4J) today called for all sexist abuse, including misandry, to be classed as a hate crime. Speaking to The Herald in Scotland and Scottish Legal News, F4J founder Matt O’Connor said calls by the Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson MP, to make misogyny a hate crime risks stereotyping men as perpetrators and women as […]

January 18th, 2018

How Fathers4Justice started in sleepy Shropshire

By Andy Richardson For a little while, it was the most influential guerrilla campaign in the world. Fathers 4 Justice made nightly headlines as dads dressed as superheroes stormed Parliament, gatecrashed Buckingham Palace and highlighted the plights of fathers who were banned from seeing their children. And remarkably, the nerve centre for that campaign was […]

December 12th, 2017

3-year legal saga ends in victory for Fathers4Justice founder as arrest is declared ‘unlawful’

  A three-year legal saga ended last week when it was ruled that the arrest of Fathers4Justice founder, Matt O’Connor, for a minor Public Order Act offence, was ‘unlawful’. O’Connor, 50, from Clapham, was arrested outside his former home in Stockbridge, Hampshire on 4th September 2014 for a minor Section 5 Public Order Act offence.The […]

December 5th, 2017

Fathers4Justice founder appeals Public Order conviction in Guildford Crown Court

The founder of Fathers4Justice, Matt O’Connor, 50, from Clapham, London, will appear in Guildford Crown Court this Thursday 7th December to appeal a conviction for a Section 5 Public Order Act offence dating back to September 2014 in Stockbridge, Hampshire. The case, which has lasted over three years, has involved 16 court hearings, 8 Judges and 4 courts, in […]

December 4th, 2017

Dads say CIE 8th Amendment ad ban is ‘anti-democratic’

Campaign group Fathers4Justice (F4J) today described the move by state transport company CIE to ban 8th Amendment advertising as wrong, ‘anti-democratic’, and handing a victory to online bullies intent on censoring debate around the issue. CIE cited a six-week Fathers4Justice campaign on Bus Eireann single decker buses which called for a change of the 8th […]

November 17th, 2017

Fathers4Justice launches #SOSManDown campaign

The UK’s leading campaign group for separated dads has launched a new Christmas initiative aimed at women, which calls for their help in reducing casualties from the higher rates of suicide, alcoholism and fatherlessness suffered by men at this time of year. The campaign, #SOSManDown, was launched by Fathers4Justice in London, Edinburgh, and Dublin this week, and involves […]

October 31st, 2017

Media call for men’s health case studies

Media agencies are looking for people to share their experiences for the following case studies: CHILDREN / YOUNG ADULTS: Children and young adults who were denied access to their dads. DADS: A young dad aged 16-25 with contact problems seeing his kids, but who is closely supported by his parents. BROTHER: A man who is supporting his brother […]

October 31st, 2017

Volunteers required for men’s health project

A media agency is looking for men to play the role of sons, brothers and fathers in a men’s health project on the streets of London, Edinburgh and Dublin in November. They are looking for men aged 18-22, 22-30, 40-50 and 60+, from all backgrounds including black and Muslim men. The role will be cold […]

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