EQUALITY 4 MEN

The Global Campaign for Men and Boys

120 reasons we need Equality For Men (111-120)….

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How are men unequal? What are the areas of life where men and boys aren’t doing as well as women and girls on average?

To mark International Men’s Day (19th November) we are highlighting 120 Reasons We Need Equality For Men” throughout the month of November.

You can find more details of all of these issues in our eBook Equality For Men that you buy today via the link at the bottom of this post.

120 Reasons We Need Equality For Men (111-120)….

111. The male pay gap: women in their twenties earn more than men

112. We spend less time, money and energy improving men’s health

113. Boys are more likely to be taken into care and less likely to be adopted

114. Children with involved dads are more likely to escape poverty

115. There are four times more advice services targeted at helping women than men

116. For every type of criminal offence men are more likely to receive a harsher sentence

117. We spend eight times more money on women’s health than men’s health

118. Boys aged 5 trail girls in 11 of the 13 key educational measures

119. At least 92% of separated mums win custody of their children

120. Men have unequal parental leave rights

References for all the above statistics—and much more besides—can be found in our eBook Equality For Men by Glen Poole which you can download now for £10 via the following link:

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This entry was posted on November 6, 2013 by in #120 Reasons.
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