Your chance to make a difference

Do you want help to:

  • Tackle a local issue?
  • Start a community project?
  • Launch a social enterprise?
  • Develop your leadership skills?

Or do you know someone who does?

The next COMMUNITY LEADERS PROGRAMME starts at the end of April and you can apply today or book a place at an introductory session:

DATE: Tuesday 17th April

TIME: 5.30pm – 7.00pm

LOCATION: The Werks, 45 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2BE

To find out more about the Community Leaders Programme click here or contact:

Glen Poole on 07981 334222  glen@themensnetwork.org.uk

Toby Buckle on 01273 382636 or email toby@hazelbranch.co.uk.

The Community Leaders Programme was successfully piloted with The Men’s Network in 2011 and is now being run for men AND women in Brighton & Hove by a new social enterprise, Leading The Change, which is backed by the social enterprise funder UnLtd.

 

 

 

 

 

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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2 comments on “Your chance to make a difference
  1. pauldmanning says:

    Hello. Are you able to enpower me to be able to have the right to see the son I love? Can you help me to expose the corruption in the Family courts and the absolute bias from Cafcass welfare workers? I use the word “welfare” here in a loose sense, because I do not believe that Cafcass has anyone’s welfare at heart, certainly not that of my son’s who screams out to see his dad, no only the welfare of the mothers is considered. So, if your course will help me with my human rights, which are being denied to me then yes im interested.

    • glenpoole says:

      Hi Paul

      The Community Leaders Programme is for people in the Brighton & Hove area to develop social projects that make a difference for men and boys. It’s not designed to help participants with their own human rights issues but it could be used to develop a project that seeks to address human rights issues

      In terms of your personal issues you are facing with your son, The Men’s Network does provide voluntary support services for dads locally – including separated dads – which includes supporting dads denied contact with their children.

      However, I believe you live in another part of the UK and if that’s the case this course and our support services won’t be relevant.

      There are – as you are probably aware – a number of different organisations operating nationally and locally that focus on fathers rights issues

      Good luck getting the help and support you need to be involved in your son’s life

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