A Quick Summary Of The Strategy

Brighton & Hove’s Citywide Strategy For Men And Boys outlines how The Men’s Network intends to work with its partners to create A City That Works For Everyone – Men And Boys Included.

It is the result of A Year’s Work On The Strategy exploring why Equality Doesn’t Work For Men And Boys in Brighton & Hove and uncovering how the Political and Philosophical Landscape has hindered progress on the issue.

Our strategy to create A City That Works For Everyone – Men And Boys Included  – marks a New Approach To Equality not just Locally and at Grassroots level but also Nationally and Worldwide

The Methodology Behind Our Strategy is designed to help us deliver Seven Key Objectives which include:

The Strategy also details how we will work to:

Finally, we detail how we will Build The Taskforce to deliver The Strategy and outline:

Click here for a more detailed Step-by-Step Guide to The Strategy.

 

About

Glen Poole is UK co-ordinator for International Men's Day, Director at the consultancy Helping Men and news editor of insideMAN magazine. Follow him on twitter @HelpingMen or find out more about his work at www.helpingmen.co.uk.

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8 comments on “A Quick Summary Of The Strategy
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  5. […] of our key objectives for the first year of our Citywide Strategy For Men And Boys (2011-2014) is to facilitate the development of four (plus one) key Taskforces with a broad partnership of […]

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  7. Darren says:

    When do I get take part in the fatherhood project. And why is there still no steering group or sub committee for bme fathers or men. Let me know if there are equality funds thAt could suport such a group.

    Darren Calder

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