Welcome to the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting)
(Note: Please click Summary for a full list of web-pages contained in our web-site).
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 – i.e. whether it is of a different or same sex background.
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 family law and child support issues.
Our membership application form can be downloaded in either pdf format or MS Word format.
Membership is completely free.
We have been advised that we have passed the AEC 2015 Membership Review. We wish to give a thank you to all our members for their support. Without this support, we would not be a political party.
This is a link to George Christensen’s Committee’s “Report into the Child Support Scheme”, that was released on 21 July 2015. We are very impressed with the possibilities contained in the report.
The NCPP(EP)’s comments to the Committee were noted in item 3.59 on page 60 of the report and are as follows:
……… One witness called for the table to be drastically reduced, with an income cap introduced at $70 569 (2014 dollars), rather than at the current level of $176 423. Under such a recommendation, the maximum yearly cost of a single child in 2014 would be $11 291 (aged 0 – 12 years) or $15 878 (13+ years). (ref 43)
ref 43. Mr John Flanagan, Committee Hansard, Sydney, 27 June 2014, p. 20.
We hope that our comments about capping child support payments (and other comments) will be listened to and be followed. We are confident that this will occur.
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 either 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 marked in blue:-
NCPP(EP) Family Law–Child Support Policy.
Our non-family law and child support Party Policies (non-Family Law). This link provides details of our policies other than those policies contained in our main Family Law–Child Support Policy.
NCPP(EP)’s essential legislative changes that need to be made in our current legislation. This is to ensure that our family law and child support policies are put into practice. Too often have we heard from our local Members of Parliament that they are looking at the issues (and then not doing about the issues).
4. Submissions, Speeches, Photos and Media Interviews.
NCPP(EP) submissions to various Government and non-Government inquiries since 2003.
NCPP(EP) speeches at formal functions that we have attended as representatives of our party.
NCPP(EP) photographs taken at our street protests.
NCPP(EP) interviews with the media.
5. Voting Preferences.
We have made a suggestion to you about your allocation of your voting preferences at the next Federal Election in 2016. Please click onto Voting Preferences for details of these suggestions.
6. Membership Details.
(Membership is completely free).
For existing members, you can download a NCPP(EP) “Change of Contact Details” form in either pdf format or MS Word format – to assist us in keeping our membership records up to date with your current contact details.
Various additional miscellaneous details on the NCPP(EP) membership are also provided, if required. Please click Miscellaneous Details
7. Details of Previous Federal Elections.
You can view our history and the electoral results for the Federal Elections held in 2001, 2002 (By-Election), 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2013 by clicking NCPP(EP) History and Elections Resuls.
Also, similar details providing our history and the Federal Election results for the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) can be found on the Wikipedia web page for the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting).
Donations are gratefully accepted. Please click Donations for details
Details of the Election Expenses for our candidates.
Volunteers are always welcome. Please click Volunteers for details.
10. Typical Parenting Agreements and Plans.
11. Our Family Law Petition.
Please download and sign our ongoing Family Law Petition
12. Latest “Reddit” News and Other News.
Details of the latest family law and child support news can be viewed by clicking onto the “Reddit” image located on the upper right hand side of this page.
Our next protest meeting will be held on Friday 4 September 2015 in Wollongong and on Saturday 5 September 2015 in Warilla (near Shellharbour). This is weather permitting. Everyone is invited.
Please contact Wayne Hartman on 0403 836 483 for further information.
Photos of our previous protest meetings can be found by clicking photographs.
13. Our Contact Details.
The contact details for the Party Secretary and Registered Officer of the Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) are:
Name: Andrew Thompson,
Address: PO Box 97, DOUGLAS PARK. NSW. 2569.
Phone nos: (02) 4630 9072 and 0408 645 511.
Fax number: (02) 4630 8300.
Alternatively, please fill in the following details and click submit. We will reply as soon as possible.
If you seeking a membership application form, you download the form in either pdf format or MS Word format. Once completed you can the membership application form to us by either mail, fax or email.
Alternatively, you can also request us to 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 filling in the following appropriate contact details below and by then clicking send:
For further information, our NCPP(EP) Facebook page is located by clicking onto either: