The Men’s Network featured at TEDx event

The work of The Men’s Network is to be featured in a day of inspiring talks at The London School of Economic (LSE) to promote the development of tomorrow’s thinkers and leaders.

The aim of the TEDx (LSE) event is to support a generation of innovation, critical thinking and leadership in order to promote meaningful change in this world.

The event, featuring a talk by The Men’s Network’s Strategic Director, Glen Poole, will give students, faculty, experts and community members the opportunity to come together and engage in stimulating dialogue and exchange of ideas in one of the world’s leading social science institutions.

Click here now to read about the event or see the full list of speakers by clicking here.

 

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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4 comments on “The Men’s Network featured at TEDx event
  1. Barry says:

    Wow, this is landmark opportunity for sudents and faculty to hear a seasoned advocate for cultural change, and to have an opportunity to consider new ways of doing things. Totally impressed.

    One question, wasn’t this the school that is getting sued for over-representing feminist ideology and failing to sufficiently represent known issues facing males?

    Best wishes to all attendeed, and thumbs up to the School of Economics for having the vision to put this on.

  2. […] The work of The Men’s Network is to be featured in a day of inspiring talks at The London School of Economic (LSE) to promote the development of tomorrow’s thinkers and leaders. The aim of the TEDx (LSE) event is to support a generation of innovation, critical thinking and leadership in order to promote meaningful change in this world. To read more about this now click here […]

  3. Peter Leckie says:

    Well done Glen and I may try to get tickets based on my workload. All the best, Peter L.

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