The Global Campaign for Men and Boys

Equality for men and boys is a global issue, that’s why we’re taking it down under….


Glen Poole of the equality4men campaign is in Australia this month to help spread the word about the global inequalities facing men and boys.

Many of the key inequalities faced by men and boys in the UK are in fact global problems that also impact men in Australia and many other countries too. For example:

  • Men and boys in 99% of countries in the world die younger than women and girls
  • Men and boys in 99% of countries are more likely to kill themselves than women and girls
  • Men and boys account for 4 out of 5 violent deaths in the world ever year
  • Girls in nearly 100 of the world’s leading economies are more likely to get a better education and go to university than boys
  • Fathers all over the globe are less involved in raising their children than mothers for all sorts of personal, cultural and political reasons

Glen will be speaking as Director of the UK consultancy Helping Men at a number of events in Australia alongside other international experts on men’ issues  including the author of The Myth of Male Power, Warren Farrell and Professor Alan White, who is the world’s first professor of men’s health. The main event during his visit will be the 2013 National Men’s Health Gathering, an event that is held every two years and will be taking place for four days (October 22nd to 25th).

Whilst in Australia Glen will be promoting our new Equality For Men eBook which is available for you to buy now via the link below:

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To find out more about the Equality For Men book before you buy it see our post: Get your copy of the Equality For Men eBook today. To find out where Glen will be speaking during his trip to Australia see our equality4men events page.

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