News and Blogs
News, comments, blogs, guests and reflections.
Read what our Director, Penny Mansfield CBE says about our new project for parents and her decades of experience of this work.
A new digital resource for couples becoming parents on the award winning Baby Buddy App.
We have worked with the experts Tavistock Relationships and Adfam on this project. Hear what professionals say about their training on this new short film.
Studies exploring whether online dating services are producing relationship longevity and explore other areas for future research (2018)
Studies relating to how and why young people are using online dating services, together with what may be interesting to explore further (2018)
Videos from children and young people who are experiencing the separation of their parents.
We are looking for more fantastic, engaged and skilled Trustees to join our team at this exciting time.
Article in The Times, by Penny Mansfield dated 8th October 2009 - early intervention
OnePlusOne research published with the internationally renown, Association of Family & Conciliation Courts (AFCC) Family Court Review
The MOJ writes about the new online divorce services and guides as part of HM Court and Tribunal reforms.
We joined other charities, organisations, schools, teachers and young people to talk about the benefits of relationship education.
OnePlusOne attended the EIF conference to review the government’s #ReducingParentalConflict agenda and look ahead to new innovation projects.
Article in The Times, by OnePlusOne and others during the 1996 Family Law Bill debates (divorce reform).
A brief look at how our charity started in 1971 and why our mission is so relevant today.
Broadcaster, Christine Webber writes movingly about marriage and our founder, Dr Jack Dominian MBE.
OnePlusOne is part of a flagship government project to reduce parental conflict.
The relational capability framework puts the heart back in public services.
The Local Family Offer was a polit scheme to work with 12 local authorities to improve adult relationships and child outcomes.