If you are interested in attending the UK’s first National Conference For Men and Boys then you probably already understand why this event is needed.
But when your life is committed to helping the world work for everyone – men and boys included – it’s easy to forget that most people don’t see the inequality and discrimination that men and boys face on a daily basis.
Whether it’s boys’ underperformance in schools, men’s poor health outcomes, fathers struggling to play a fuller role in their children’s upbringing or the greater risks that all men face of becoming homeless, being involved in crime or becoming isolated in their old age – there is no doubt that men and boys face many inequalities when it comes to both access to and outcomes from a broad range of public services.
So if you are committed to improving the experience of men and boys in areas like health, education, fatherhood, housing, criminal justice and social care then you will want to take part in the first National Conference For Men and Boys.
And if you’re still not clear why there is an urgent need for a National Conference for Men and Boys then you may want to read our popular blog post: 13 Reasons It’s Unlucky To Be A Man