Men At Work both facilitates and / or participates in a wide range of meetings, events and conferences aimed at widening the urgent dialogue around creating a safer world for women and girls and a more human and authentic world for men and boys.
The next online training day is May 25th. Click here for more information and to book your place/s.
20 & 21/06/22 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Rwanda. ‘Engaging Men in Ending Violence Against Women and Girls’ – Men At Work engaged as session planner.
19/03/22 Webinar: Sex Education in Wales – Promoting a Culture of Safeguarding in Schools.
Click here for details: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/webinar-sex-education-in-wales-tickets-253628608997
22/11/21 SaFest ’21 Virtual Safeguarding Festival “Helping Young Peoples Voices Be Heard in a Digital World”
Click here for details: https://www.dcfp.org.uk/events/safest-2021/
11/04/21 ‘Talking With Men and Boys about Prostitution’
Men At Work 4 Women’s Rights: via Zoom – participants from USA, England, Scotland & Ireland. 7pm, Weds 17th June 2020
London, February 29th, 2020: ‘Can Humans Survive Without Empathy?’ https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/can-humanity-survive-without-empathy-tickets-87533630445
London, February 2020 – A Woman’s Place UK National Conference ‘Women’s Liberation 2020’ – delivered sessions on ‘Men Supporting Women’s Rights’
Since its inception, Men At Work has facilitated the following events, in addition to regular work with boys and young men and the professionals who work with them:
Men Supporting Women’s Rights Glasgow – Glasgow, November 2019
Men Supporting Women’s Rights London – London, October 2019
Listening To Women, Working With Men & Boys – London, May 2019
The ‘Man Box’: Why Men Need to Name & Dismantle it – London, February 2019
The ‘Man Box’: The Dysfunctional Home of Gender Identity and Why Men Need to Demolish it – Manchester, November 2018
The Dysfunctional Home of Gender Identity and Why Men Need to Demolish it – London, October 2018
The Man Box and Why We Men Need to Escape It – London, June 2018