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  • CAFE Appoints CFO. Meet Michael St. Pierre

    CAFE Welcomes Michael St. Pierre as Director of Development & Chief Financial Officer We are so excited to announce the appointment of our first Director of Develop and CFO! Here’s a little information about Michael: I’m pleased to have the opportunity to serve CAFE in this new position. I’ve been a member and supporter of the
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  • CAFE 2016 AGM Election & Photos

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    CAFE held an amazing 2016 Annual General Meeting with over 60 people in attendance. Thank you to all those who put their name forward for the Board of Directors. Download our 2015 Year in Review We are excited to announce our incoming Board members: Andrew Tramontin Geoff Stone Denise Fong Mark Austerberry Robert Samery Edward
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  • Misandry in the Law: New Research Brief Available

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    Our Research officer Jola Mecani has just published her Research Brief and Literature Review on Misandry in the Law and Policy. Read the full document.Here are a few of Jola’s shocking findings:Men’s rights and fair access to law and policy remain among the most contentious topics today. Certainly we can all agree that men, like
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  • All things happen for a reason.

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    Mr. Earl Silverman was found hanging in his home on April 26, 2013. He was an outspoken advocate for male victims of domestic violence. Unlike an overdose or the use of a gun or jumping from a bridge, suicide by hanging requires active participation. In other words, thoughts and ideas followed by meticulous planning. In
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