Best practice and research based
The Fathering Project adopts a best practice approach based upon the best research available. The Scientific Advisory Group meets on a regular basis to monitor the research, evaluation of programmes, content and programming of The Fathering Project.

The Fathering Project espouses no religious point of view and solely promotes actions that are based on high quality research and professional/academic views. Whilst from time to time we may work with a religious group, we do so without promoting any particular religious position, as we do to other community and corporate organisations.

We adopt no specific position on political issues or support any political group. We simply support initiatives that promote positive father involvement, irrespective of who promotes them.

The Fathering Project is focused on inclusiveness and encouraging men to be involved fathers or father figures to children in positive ways, whatever social situation those children are in.