In Year Three of our strategy, while we will continue to make the case for including Men And Boys in the design and delivery of public services and bringing people together in the pursuit of common objectives, we hope this work will have gathered a sustainable momentum.
Therefore, our focus for this year will be taking more and more of work to scale so we can help the optimum number of Men and Boys in our city.
We also expect that the concept of including Men and Boys in public policy will have gained a far greater support and prominence through our work in Years One and Two and that as result there will be a broad range of activity to help Men and Boys locally, nationally and internationally that sits outside or our strategic reach.
At a HYPER-LOCAL level we will focus on how we make our work available and sustainable across every neighbourhood in the city with the intention of developing a model that is scalable to other towns and cities across the country and the world.
LOCALLY we will continue to expand the reach of our citywide services and explore opportunities to develop nationwide services that can be delivered from single location (eg national helplines).
NATIONALLY we will explore the feasibility of rolling out our Citywide model to other UK town’s and cities and host a Global Conference For Men And Boys in Brighton & Hove.
INTERNATIONALLY we hope to create the biggest ever campaign or event for Men and Boys linked to the FIFA World Cup in Brazil and host a Global Conference For Men And Boys in Brighton & Hove