There are seven different ways you can take part in the National Conference For Men & Boys in Brighton & Hove on Tuesday 1st November 2011:

DELEGATE: Come as a delegate and enjoy the freedom and flexibility of choosing how you spend every hour of the conference. Tickets are just £199 per delegate and we have some great money saving offers available – click here now for details

EXPERT VOICE: We are hand-picking a select group of expert speakers for the conference and if you’d like to be considered please contact us today – click here for contact details

SHOWCASER: We are also hand-picking 15 projects to be showcased at the conference and if you know of a project for men and boys that you think should be showcased please contact us today – click here for contact details

CHAMPION: If you have a project or initiative that you’d like to share with delegates then you will to make sure it is included in our conference marketplace, please contact us today for more information – click here for contact details

SOAP BOXER: If you are passionate about a particular issue affecting men and boys and what a platform for your views then you should apply to be one of our Conference Soap Boxers today, just let us know what your passion is and tell us why we should pick you – click here for contact details

CAMPAIGNER: If you campaign on behalf of men and boys and would like your campaign to be highlighted in our campaign corner then we’d love to hear from you – click here for contact details

VOLUNTEER: If you’d like to help us make the first National Conference For Men And Boys a big success then there are a whole host of different ways you can take part as a volunteer. If you want to take part as a volunteer then please contact us today  – click here for contact details



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

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7 comments on “HOW YOU CAN TAKE PART……..
  1. James Williams says:

    Yes I would very much like to attend. As presenter of Mens Matters on ExpressFM and my experiences as a local councillor and activist I would like to do all I can to promote this much neglected subject.

  2. Adam Duggan says:

    £200! Would love to if more afordable

  3. andre gerard says:

    “To read Margaret Atwood, James Baldwin, Alan Bennett, Angela Carter, Winston Churchill, Doris Lessing, or Philip Roth as they explore aspects of their fathers is to open maps of possibility.”

    I’ve just discovered your event. I live in Canada and won’t be able to participate this year, but I wonder about possibility of participating as a presenter next year. I’ve recently published Fathers: A Literary Anthology (, and I want to bring the book to the attention of organizations and individuals working to promote healthy father-child relationships.

    A collection of essays and poems by exceptional writers, Fathers richly proves the wisdom of Doris Lessing’s insight that “We use our parents like recurring dreams, to be entered into when needed; they are always there for love or for hate.” On an individual level, Fathers is a manual for all children trying to understand and improve their relationship with their father. Fathers is also a powerful tool for fathers—fathers young or fathers old—to improve themselves.

    Please contact me if you are interested in my participation next year.


  5. Chris Sharpe says:

    Would like to take part; we have a network of men running a Personal Development Programme for Men called Navigator (alongside a women’s program me called Springboard – now 12 years of programmes under our belt; a workbook for participants; lots of networking and would be delighted to be involved in a range of ways in the Conference

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