A Step-By-Step Guide To The Strategy

This step-by-step guide to our strategy to create a City That Works For Everyone – Men And Boys Included – is designed to help you find your way around the strategy as quickly and as easily as possible.

There are three ways to do this:

  1. Browse using the headers under ‘Our Strategy’ in the left-hand column
  2. Click here to read The Strategy For Men And Boys in brief
  3. Read the whole thing from start the finish using the notes below

And remember, the key reason we’ve made the  strategy available online in this way is to give as many people as possible the opportunity to shape the strategy by telling us what you think.

You can give us your feedback on specific sections using the ‘Leave a comment’ situated at the top of every page. You comments won’t be published automatically but they will all be read and inform the second draft of this strategy that we aim to complete by the end of March 2011.

If you want to read the entire strategy the best place to start is in the ABOUT section which will give you:

For a better understanding of the context to the strategy then check out the BACKGROUND section which outlines:

To get into the specifics of the strategy read the ACTION section which details:

And to get a sense of the action we will be taking as result of the strategy you may find it useful to read our METHODOLOGY section first:

Before finishing with the section on DELIVERY which details:

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About

Glen Poole is Director of the Helping Men consultancy, UK co-ordinator for International Men's Day, host of the National Conference for Men and Boys and editor of the Good Men Project's International Men's Movement section. Follow him on twitter @HelpingMen or find out more about his work at http://helpingmenblog.blogspot.co.uk/

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3 comments on “A Step-By-Step Guide To The Strategy
  1. [...] Click here for a more detailed Step-by-Step Guide to The Strategy. [...]

  2. Groan says:

    Well done on bringing gender into the 21st century

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