Equality For Fathers In Ireland

Equality For Fathers


Fathers Day protest at Enda Kennys House

Posted on June 17, 2013 at 8:00 PM

Fathers Rights Groups from all over Ireland protesting outside Enda Kenny's house in Castlebar on Fathers Day 16th June 2013,  in objection to the 'in-camera' rule (Secret Courts). Joseph A. Egan handed in a letter seeking Transparency in the Family Courts in Ireland and an end to the Secrecy. Also, calling for Children to need both PARENTS and Children need parents, not Visitors. — with Joseph A Egan and Fathers Rights Ireland Archive in Castlebar, Mayo.


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Reply david
11:19 AM on March 31, 2015 
This country is a joke fathers have no rights I have been in court for 4 years and all I get is weekends how can anyone be a father with this backwards country.mothers have all the rights all judges will side with the mother its a fact all I want is to see my son grow up into a man how can I do that when iam a weekend dad I hate this fuc#ing country sort it out.
Reply michael
7:08 PM on November 30, 2015 
David, could not agree more!. my son was abducted by his mother, brought to Mayo, of all places, from Berlin, Germany, 3 years ago Since his arrival I have to fight for access. the professionals take his mother's side.