About Nadine

Over the last 25 years Nadine has built a wealth of experience creating campaigns for major UK Brands as well as staging high profile PR events that have garnered international attention.

Nadine O’Connor was the co-founder of Innovation Design & Marketing Label “Agitator”, rock ‘n’ roll ice cream brand The Licktators” and Campaign Director of Fathers4Justice in the UK between 2006 and 2014.

As the former Campaign Director and Spokesperson for Fathers4Justice in the UK, Nadine became one of UK’s leading advocates in court for unrepresented Litigants in Person and an outspoken campaigner for Shared Parenting and Family Law Reform. She was a regular speaker at schools and universities, where Fathers4Justice is taught on the National Curriculum, and on TV and Radio.

Nadine negotiated on behalf of F4J with the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats before and after the 2010 General Election regarding family law reform, meeting David Cameron and Nick Clegg in the course of her discussions. Sadly once in power both Parties renegaded on their promises to “bring fathers back into the family”, support shared parenting and execute a full scale family justice review.

Nigel Farage Speaking In Eastleigh May 2014

Undeterred by the Conservative Party’s broken election promise on fathers rights, and a long history of politicians saying one thing to get elected and doing another once in power, it was a chance meeting with Nigel Farage in 2011 that lead Nadine to support UKIP drafting and including a Shared Parenting Policy in their Manifesto.

Former Respect MP George Galloway also showed his support for Shared Parenting, when he hosted an event in Parliament in June 2013, during which Fathers4Justice was invited in to Parliament for the first time ever to address an audience of over 70 fathers and MP’s. George Galloway then proposed an EDM, EDM 210, which resulted in over 100 MP’s supporting the call for shared parenting.

In January 2014 though, following 2 years of relentless harassment and false allegations from Caroline Nokes MP, attacks on Nadine’s home and threats and on-line abuse from the MP’s associates, Nadine decided it was time to stop being a front-line spokesperson for the group in the UK; concentrating instead on taking the Fathers4Justice message abroad, campaigning for Shared Parenting in other European countries and the US as the International Campaign Co-Ordinator. Nadine also works as a Mckenzie Friend in Family Court proceedings.