Are you in a men’s group or doing work with men and boys like mentoring, rites of passage and personal development? If so you may want to attend the Second National Conference for Men and Boys on Friday 2nd November and The Big Man Gathering on Saturday 3rd November.
The conference promises to be the biggest ever gathering of people committed to improving the lives of men and boys in the UK and will be of particular interest to men working with men boys who want to connect with male and female colleagues working with men and boys on issues like health, fatherhood, criminal justice etc.
And The Big Man Gathering is a series of connected workshops just for men and has been co-created by some of the country’s leading men’s projects and men’s group facilitators and it’s taking place in Brighton & Hove the following day – click here now to find out how to book your place
As a delegate at the conference you’ll enjoy talks, discussions, best practice presentations and the opportunity to share your experience and ideas with others and ask lots of questions too.
Some of the great projects, interventions and speakers represented on the day will include:
- Men Beyond 50
- Family Man/Fathers Inside
- Nick Clements
Tickets for the conference range from £50 to £150 and for supporters of The Men’s Network who donate £25 or more in 2012 apply for a FREE ticket today can. Click here now to find out how now.
But before you do that if you live or work in Brighton & Hove, East Sussex or West Sussex why not contact us now to see if you qualify for a further reduction and can get a low cost local partner ticket today – email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
And if it’s The Big Man Gathering the following day that is of interest to you, click here now to find out more.
Finally, if you’re concerned with helping men and boys get better access to and outcomes from your service, or maybe you’re interested in developing new services and projects for men and boys, then you’ll probably find the forthcoming training called ‘Helping Men Get Help’ very useful.