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What about men?

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Masterclass overview

In a rapidly evolving world, it’s crucial to recognise the unique challenges that men face in contemporary society. From paternity and mental health to workplace risks and social isolation. True gender equity can only be achieved by empowering men to become activists and allies, while acknowledging that they too are impacted by systemic gender barriers.

The What About Men masterclass will foster reciprocal allyship and unity among all genders in the pursuit of a more inclusive and equitable world.

Who is this for?

Organisations and all genders committed to fostering an inclusive and equitable workplace. This will be a platform to share experiences, perspectives, concerns and challenges pertaining to the achieving equity conversations.

Outcome

Participants will leave the workshop with a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by men, a renewed sense of purpose and a commitment to reciprocal allyship as a driving force for positive change in the journey toward gender equity. Together, we can build a more equitable world where everyone thrives.

Your facilitator

Fiona embarked on her career by delving into the realms of clinical psychology, positive psychology and men’s mental health. With over 12 years of experience in leadership development and coaching, her style is innovative, dynamic, memorable and impactful. Fiona passionately champions gender equity for everyone, and her mission is to ensure that equity is truly inclusive across all genders.

Fiona Barron, Founder of The Gender Equity Collective at T–

or contact lillie@wearetminus.com

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