What we're about

-supporting Equality in Parenting

-fighting Discrimination and Parental Alienation

WHO SHOULD JOIN: This is a group for anyone who is a dedicated, morally upright, parent interested in learning about and sharing the challenges that fathers, and mothers, face in our society, and keen on helping educate people in power positions to facilitate change. All fathers, and mothers, who have become victims, or those who know a father, or mother, who has or is being victimized, are welcome. (Without bias we realize that both fathers and mothers can be unfairly treated in courts. Due to statistics and traditional biases our focus is to help fathers be equal parents.)


• We will support one another.

• We will learn from others who have been discriminated against because they are fathers, or mothers.

• We will educate ourselves and one another on the best ways to educate others about the discrimination against fathers.

• We will promote awareness of the discrimination of fathers, and mother, in the media, in the home, in schools, in the workplace, and in family courts.

• We will promote awareness about discrimination against fathers, and mothers, to agencies such as the Children’s Aid Society, the Office of the Children’s lawyer, and the provincial government.

• We will promote awareness of discrimination of dads, and moms, to organizations that we collectively deem appropriate and necessary.

• We will hold social events that we deem appropriate and necessary to provide one another support for the abuses that they have experienced.

• We will hold social functions with our children.


• We will discuss topics that we collectively deem appropriate and necessary to support one another.

• We will discuss topics that facilitate our goals and plans of action.

• Some of the topics of discussion and symposium will include:

• Parenting issues

• Permissive parenting

• Parental alienation

• Fatherhood and the media

• Fathers’ roles

• Discipline

• Abuse

• Family law

• CAS -Children's Aid Society

• OCL -Office of the Children's Lawyer

• Confidentiality laws

• Corruption

• Equal parenting

• Best interests of Children

• Personality disorders

• Mental health

• Narcissistic Personality Disorder

• Borderline Personality Disorder

• Antisocial Personality Disorder

• Motives

• Foreign women (foreign marriages)

• Marriage commitment /non-commitment

OUR MOTTO: Discrimination equates to Alienation; Alienation equates to Discrimination

Upcoming events (2)

PA Attorney Brian Ludmer Presents on Sunday Feb. 28th

Online event

We will not be meeting as a group for this event but you are encouraged to join this Live Online event on Sunday February 28 at 8 PM eastern time hosted by the INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT NETWORK FOR ALIENATED FAMILIES (ISNAF).


"ISNAF is honored to have this distinguished guest present and answer your questions on Sunday Feb. 28th 2021 from 5 to 7 pm PST.

Brian works as special counsel with US and Canadian attorneys and mental health professionals to assist targeted parents and grandparents. He has assisted in cases across Canada, the US. and overseas. Brian’s book: The High Conflict Custody Battle, which he co-wrote with Dr. Amy Baker and Dr. Michael Bone in 2015, is a resource that has been of assistance to countless families. Brian’s cases often involve custody disputes over parenting time. Brian’s cases have set important jurisprudence on the field of family law disputes, equal parenting and parental alienation.

Brian will answer your questions in the order they are received. Please submit your questions to [masked] by 5 pm Saturday Feb 27th. Please keep your questions to two to three sentences to assure he can answer everyone's question.

To register for this call make your $10 donation at ISNAF.info donate button. Call instructions will be sent via email prior to the call. Please register by 3 pm Sunday Feb 28th to assure you get the call instructions timely. ISNAF is a volunteer, self funded 501(c)3 non profit organization. Donations go toward awareness, advocacy, education and support."


Fathers Eve

Online event

Fathers Eve is a new event spreading around the globe. It is an opportunity to celebrate Fatherhood. It is about connecting dads in a meaningful way to talk about and celebrate the joys and challenges of fatherhood. The concept began in 2012 in St. Paul, Minnesota, by John Francis the founder of Fathers Eve and father of two daughters. After getting some fathers together in his garage the night before Fathers' Day, the idea of an annual event emerged and is now spreading around the globe.
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