Welcome to the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting)
The Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) is an Australian political party registered with the Australian Electoral Commission.
The party’s membership mainly consists of divorced and separated parents, their spouses and partners, grandparents, relatives, friends and anyone else who believes that children have a right to be cared for by both their parents.
Everyone is very welcome to join the Party – this is regardless of your marital or relationship status – whether it is of a different or same sex background.
Therefore all parents, spouses, partners grandparents, relatives, friends and any interested persons are encouraged to join our political party. We are the only political party that specifically supports our issues.
A membership application form can be found by clicking here . Membership is completely free. Please help us to help you by joining our political party. We have no objections if you also belong to another political party.
Our party was formed in 1998 and since 1999, we have been registered with the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) as a political party.
During the middle of 2015, a review of our membership will be conducted by the AEC. This review needs to be successful. This is in order for our party to remain as a registered political party.
As part of that review, the AEC will contact a sample of twenty (20) members of our party. This is generally by phone. The AEC will ask these members if they are a member of our party. We have passed the previous AEC reviews in 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2012.
2. Our Aim and Main Objectives.
The Aim of the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) is to:
a. Minimise government interference in decisions that affect separated families.
b. Maximise the initiative of individual parents to make those decisions.
The parents and the guardians of their children are the best people to determine what is the right thing to do for their children – not someone from the Government or the Family Court.
b). Main Objectives.
The main objectives of the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) are to:
Change Family Law legislation, so that children have the right to see both parents and be involved with their children.
Change Child Support legislation so that child support is fairer.
3. Our Policies.
Our policies and the legislative changes that we require can be found by clicking onto the items below:-
NCPP(EP) Family Law–Child Support Policy.
Other NCPP(EP) Party Policies – This provides details of our policies other than on our main Family Law–Child Support Policy.
NCPP(EP) legislative changes to ensure that the necessary family law and child support policy changes do occur in practice.
4. Submissions, Interviews, Speeches and Photos
NCPP(EP) submissions to various Government inquiries.
NCPP(EP) interviews with the media.
NCPP(EP) speeches at various functions.
NCPP(EP) photographs taken at our various protests.
5. Voting Preferences.
This is our suggestion to you about your allocation of your voting preferences at the next Federal Election. Please click here for details.
6. Membership Details
Download a NCPP(EP) membership application form (in pdf format).
Download a NCPP(EP) membership application form (in word format).
(Membership is completely free).
NCPP(EP) change of contact details form (in pdf format) – to assist existing members to provide us with any changes in their contact details.
NCPP(EP) change of contact details form (in word format) – same as above.
Miscellaneous details on the NCPP(EP) membership – if required.
7. Details of Previous Federal Elections.
You can view the NCPP(EP) results of Federal Elections held in 2001, 2002 (By-Election), 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2013 by clicking here
Similarly, the NCPP(EP) Federal Election results and our background can be found on the Wikipedia NCPP(EP) web-site.
Donations are accepted.
Volunteers are always welcome.
10. Typical Parenting Agreements and Plans.
11. Our Petition
Please download and sign our Family Law Petition
12. Latest New.
Details of the latest family law and child support news can be viewed by clicking onto the Reddit image on the right hand side of this page.
13. Contact Details.
Our main contact details are:
Party Secretary and Registered Officer,
Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting),
PO Box 97,
DOUGLAS PARK. NSW. 2569.
Telephone number: (02) 4630 9072
Mobile number: 0408 645 511
Fax number: (02) 4630 8300
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also request that we send you a blank membership application form in the mail – particularly if you are unable to print a copy from our web-site. This is by clicking here
You can also contact us by either clicking here or by sending us an email at email@example.com
For further information, our Facebook page is located at: