National Men’s Conference 2012 Bigger Than Ever

This year’s Second National Conference For Men and Boys in Brighton & Hove has been extended to cover three separate events.

The main event remains the sector conference on Friday 2nd November, which promises to be the biggest gathering of people committed to improving the lives of men and boys ever seen in the UK.

This year’s conference theme is Building The Sector Together and key issues covered include supporting fathers, men’s health, mental health, sexual, developing men and boys and keeping men and boys safe.

On the following day, Saturday 3rd November, some of the leading men’s projects in the UK are joining forces for the first ever Big Man Gathering.

The day is a fantastic opportunity for men who are interested in personal development, men’s work and rites of passage to get together and connect, share experiences and take part in a unique journey of individual and collective discovery.

And on the eve of the main conference, Men’s Rights campaigners and activists will gather in Brighton & Hove in November for a networking event on the theme of “Putting Men’s Issues On The Political Agenda”.

The Men’s Rights Discussion and Networking Event will bring together men and women who are concerned with issues such as fathers’ rights, helping male victims of domestic violence and tackling misandry and sexism against men.

To read more about each of these events click on the links below:

 

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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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