EQUALITY 4 MEN

The Global Campaign for Men and Boys

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Yes it’s here at last, the new eBook from Glen Poole called Equality For Men.

This great book is designed to pack a punch by capturing the key equality issues facing men and boys in the UK today in a single, handy eBook.

In just over 100 pages one of the world’s leading commentators on men’s issues takes you on a whistle-stop tour covering topics like men’s health, male suicide, fathers’ rights, boys’ education and violence against men and boys.

You can purchase this groundbreaking eBook for just £10 now by downloading it today via the button below:

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We’ve had some great feedback about the book already:

“A skillfully produced, brilliant handbook for potential equal rights campaigners. It’s easy to read with well marshalled arguments, compelling statistics and convincing facts.” Tony Talmage, author of In Tune With Infinite Powers

 “A truly excellent, accessible and compelling read that should reach many people and change attitudes towards gender.” Martin Seager, Psychologist and Mental Health campaigner 

“This book is REALLY GREAT!!! I love the style of it, the simple to the point writing on what can be complex issues and the great illustrations.” Greg Millan, Men’s Health Services, Australia

“Compact, concise and compelling – this readily readable book opens a new door in the struggle for equality.”  Tony Stott, Healing Men

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And if you want to find our why these reviewers enjoyed the book so much then you can get the eBook for just £10 now by downloading it today via the button below:

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Did you know that research shows that the world’s most equal countries are happier, healthier, safer places for everyone to live in? Yet when it comes to gender equality:

  • 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 around 90 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

When we consider these global issues it is clear there are many areas of life where our changing world isn’t working for men and boys.

The Equality For Men eBook highlights all the key areas of life where men and boys are unequal, outlines the underlying causes of this inequality and proposes actions we can take to tackle the problem.

This first version of the Equality For Men eBook focuses on statistics from the UK and most of the themes will be relevant to men and boys all over the world.

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You can purchase the Equality For Men eBook now for just £10 via the button below:

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If equality is good for everyone, why focus on equality for men and boys?

Well, when we think about tackling inequality we tend to focus on everyone but men and boys.

We tend to look at groups like women, gay people, black people and people with disabilities to measure whether they are more likely to be unemployed, underpaid, unhealthy etc—and then ask ourselves what action can we take to address this inequality.

In doing this we fail to consider the specific needs of men and boys as a distinct group.

If we want to live in a world that is fairer and more equal for everyone, then we need to think about equality for everyone—men and boys included.

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To find out more about Equality For Men and why it is important for everyone, download the eBook today for £10 via the button below:

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10 Ways That Men and Boys Face Inequality

If you’re not sure what Equality For Men means, then here’s a list of 10 areas of life where men and boys in the UK (and elsewhere) aren’t doing as well as women and girls on average:

  • Shorter life expectancy
  • Worse educational outcomes
  • Greater risk of being excluded from school
  • Greater risk of being a crime victim
  • Greater risk of being a victim of violence
  • Greater risk of being homeless, addicted or imprisoned
  • Greater risk of being unemployed
  • Greater risk of dying at work
  • Greater risk of suicide
  • Unequal parental rights

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To read more about the inequalities that men and boys face download the Equality For Men eBook now for £10 via the button below:

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Are men or women the problem here? 

Our traditional view of sex equality is that women HAVE problems and men ARE problems.

When women have problems we tend to blame men—-and when men have problems, we still tend to blame men.

Some people prefer to think that it’s men who HAVE problems and women who ARE the problem, but perhaps a more equal way to view the world is to consider that both men and women will face different problems in life.

One sign of a civilised society is our willingness to support men and women to overcome these problems and help them realise their full potential in the process.

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Why should you be interested in Equality For Men? 

Maybe you’re a man and you want more equality for yourself. Maybe you want the men and boys in your life to be treated equally. Maybe you think there’s been too much focus on equality for everyone else and not enough focus on equality for men and boys.

Maybe you agree that the world’s most equal countries make happier, healthier, safer places for all of us to live. Maybe you just value the idea of equality for everyone— men and boys included.

Whatever your reason, the Equality For Men eBook is designed to help you begin to think more deeply about what Equality For Men means to you.

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You can get your copy now and start reading about Equality For Men today by downloading the eBook for £10 via the button below:

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Thanks for considering buying a copy of the Equality For Men eBook.

It is the culmination of several years work exploring the key inequalities that men and boys face in the UK.

I wanted to know what the real evidence was for those inequalities, what is causing men and boys to be unequal in so many areas of life and what we can all do to fight for greater equality for men and boys

I hope everyone who buys the Equality For Men eBook now enjoys reading the eBook and finding out more about men, boys and equality.

If you want to learn what I’ve discovered about equality for men and boys then you can find out right now by downloading the eBook today for £10 via the button below:

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