Gender Equality & Intentional Inclusion Bringing Men to the Table

Breakout Room Topics: 

  • Indigenous Ways of knowing; Fatherhood and Circles of Care - Tracey Whiteye
  • Rethinking Harm and Accountability: Engaging Young Men in Difficult Conversations - Fraser Brown
  • Why We Need to Include Men in the Conversation About Domestic Abuse - Dani Bartlett
  • Young Men Leading Change - Abir Al Jamal & Zahara Sheikh
  • Rape Culture Hurts Everyone: Ensuring GBV Education and Support Services are for Everybody and Every Body - Leah Marshall
  • Gender Equality and Inclusion Agenda: Asking Uncomfortable Questions - Alexander Pershai
  • Promoting Positive Masculinity in Children and Youth - Matthew Sereda
  • Feminism the F word; the Inclusion of Men - Amanda Zavitz
  • Engaging in Conversation with Fathers Who Cause Harm to Develop Safety and Awareness of Risks: The Domestic Violence Child Welfare Project - Carolyn Cofell and Tim Kelly
  • How Are Students Better Included in Conversations About Gender Equality? - Ricardo Souza

Followed By Artists:

  • Alexis Gordon Singer, Poet and actress
  • Heenal Rajani, Slam Poet and Local activist
Followed by a roundtable discussion with three powerful community leaders:
Tracey Whiteye, BSW MSW, Wholistic Practitioner, Researcher, Educator
Mojdeh Cox ,  Executive Director Pillar Nonprofit Network 
Rossana Wilcox,  Director, community and Economic Innovation City of London 
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