Monthly Archives: October 2012

Conference Information For Delegates

Second National Conference For Men and Boys Friday 2nd November 2012 The Brighthelm Centre, North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YD 8am: Networking Breakfast (by invitation) 9am: Registration 930am – 5pm: Conference The Brighthelm Centre is only a four minute walk from

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Men working with men invited to attend national men and boys conference

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

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Father workers invited to attend national men and boys conference

If you work with dads locally or nationally on any issue from childbirth and parenting to family separation and child contact, you may want to attend the Second National Conference for Men and Boys on Friday 2nd November. The conference

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National men and boys conference is great opportunity for local services

Service providers in the Sussex area who have men and boys as a target group can take advantage of having the Second National Conference for Men and Boys taking place on their doorstep on Friday 2nd November. The conference promises

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Men and equality to be focus at national conference

Do you work in the world of equalities? If so, and you’re interested in including men and boys in your equalities work, then you may want to attend the Second National Conference for Men and Boys on Friday 2nd November.

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Men and violence to be discussed at national conference

Do you work with men or boys on issues like domestic and sexual violence? If so you may want to attend the Second National Conference for Men and Boys on Friday 2nd November. The conference promises to be the biggest

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Welsh men don’t feel respected

Welsh Men don’t feel as respected as their female counterparts according to data compiled by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) More Welsh women say they are treated respect at work, school or college (58% v 48%), on public transport

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