Nadine Taylor is a former International Campaign Director for the controversial father’s rights group, Fathers4Justice (F4J) known for taking direct action to draw attention to their cause. Their team took the BBC’s National Lottery program off the air in front of 27million people with a “Family Court Lotto, Next Time It Could Be You” protest.
As the group's spokesperson she later launched the “Crummy Mummy” campaign which targeted high-profile celebrity Mums, such as actress Kate Winslet, who opposed the principle of shared parenting.
In 2010 Nadine negotiated on behalf of F4J with the Conservative and Liberal Democrat Party, before and after the General Election, regarding family law reform. Sadly, once in power, these politicians reneged on their promises to “bring fathers back into the family” and execute a full-scale family justice review. Nadine has worked with other politicians including Nigel Farage, promoting shared parenting policies.
After 13 years, Nadine in 2019 stepped down from Father4Justice and is now working with individuals and campaign groups to raise their profile, create campaigns and political and media strategies. She continues to be an outspoken advocate for fathers, speaking on TV and radio about shared parenting and family law reform. She also provides a professional McKenzie Friend service, assisting fathers in court.