Conference Fringe Event: Men’s Rights Event

As with all events involving outside agencies and organisations the views and opinions expressed by the speakers are not necessarily the views of The Men’s Network.

Event: Men’s Rights Networking Event and Discussion 

Theme: How Do We Put Men’s Issues On The Political Agenda?

Date: Thursday 1st November 2012

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Location: Brighthelm Centre, North Road, Brighton & Hove, BN1 1YD

Ticket Price: £5 in advance (£10 on the door)

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Men’s Rights campaigners and activists will gather in Brighton & Hove in November on the eve of the Second National Conference for Men and Boys.

The Men’s Rights Discussion and Networking Event will bring together men and women who are concerned with issues such as:

  • Equal rights for dads
  • Support for male victims of domestic violence
  • Equal pension rights for men
  • Tackling misandry and sexism against men
  • Tackling negative stereotypes of men
  • Protecting men against false allegations
  • Improving boys education
  • Tackling fatherlessness

The  evening will be opportunity to hear from some of the leading voices and organisations in the Men’s Rights field in the UK and connect with other like-minded people. The theme of the event is “Putting Men’s Issues On The Political Agenda”.

More details to follow soon – watch this space.
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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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15 comments on “Conference Fringe Event: Men’s Rights Event
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  10. Pete leckie says:

    Great point James. I will try and prepare from that regard. Surely one route we can go down is that if there are extreme examples of misandry, this borders on hate crime or harassment, the laws are already in place?

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