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Nuremberg Fathers’ Week

Nurembergs Fathers' Week
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Create a “Dad-Cast” podcast, test exciting nature experiments, or exchange ideas at an open online meeting for fathers: under the motto “Do something together, experience, discover and have fun doing it”, the 3rd Nuremberg Father’s Week offers a rich programme from the 7th to the 17th of May 2021 – with purely digital offers for fathers alone, as well as fathers with their children or grandfathers with their grandchildren.

The Father’s Week kicks off with a lecture and subsequent discussion on the topic; “Images of Fathers and Being a Father Today” on Friday, 7 May 2021, from 6 to 8 pm. Prof. Dr Andreas Eickhorst provides insights into father-related research, showing how the paternal image in society continues to change. 

Nuremberg Fathers' Week

Nuremberg Fathers’ Week

Prof. Dr Eickhorst teaches psychological foundations of social work at Hannover University of Applied Sciences and Arts. In his lecture, he will also discuss the changes the pandemic situation has brought to fathers and families. 

The event is organised by the Equal Opportunities Office (Gleichstellungsstelle) of the City of Nuremberg and moderated by Matthias Becker, the city’s contact person for men. Participation via the online platform Zoom is free of charge; registration by email to matthias.becker@stadt.nuernberg.de is required.

The Father’s Week gives fathers with children the opportunity to exchange views online from a variety of perspectives on different questions about becoming a father and being a father – even after a separation – for example: birth preparation from a father’s point of view, a Pekip course and father-child gymnastics, as well as various discussion and counselling offers.

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