Australian Better Families is a registered political party in Australia since 31 August 2018. It is the political branch of an organisation named Australian Brotherhood of Fathers, who stated they created the party as they "can no longer sit silently on the political sidelines to witness the betrayal of our children and families."
The party's founder, Leith Erikson, is a men's rights activist. He started the #21fathers movement named for the claim that 21 men commit suicide each week because of family law issues such as child support and domestic violence orders.
The party proposes to create a "Minister for Men" to complement the existing Minister for Women.
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