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She For He: Panel of Amazing Women

EVENT DETAILS :

  • Start Date:2016-02-25
  • End Date:2016-02-25
  • Start Time:19:30
  • End Time:21:00
  • Location:David Naylor Building, U of T

ORGANIZER :

  • Organized by:U of T Men's Issue Awareness Society
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Read the introductory speech by University of Toronto Men’s Issues Leader, Denise Fong, #SheForHe: Women in Men’s Issues: FULL SPEECH.

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SHE FOR HE
A Panel of Women Fighting for Men’s Health & Well-being

February 25th at 7:30PM, University of Toronto
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Why are women drawn to the men’s issues movement? How do we build a cooperative movement of men and women aimed at fostering gender equality by
acknowledging the legitimate issues of all people? What role or responsibility do women have for the health and welfare of boys and men?

Ellen Campbell, CEO and Founder, Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness,
and Member of the Order of Ontario

Theryn Meyer, President, Simon Fraser University Advocacy for Men and Boys

Karen Glen, Canadian Centre for Men and Families Fundraising lead, former accountant from the corporate world and Business Analyst at Johnson & Johnson

Jola Mecani, CAFE Researcher, former volunteer with War Child Canada, Women’s College Hospital and Amnesty International:
Read her recent blog post on the harms of demonizing men

and other panelists to be announced later

Location:
C David Naylor Building (formerly Tanz Building), Room TZ 6
6 Queen’s Park Crescent West
University of Toronto
A 2 minute walk from Queen’s Park Subway Station

Brought to you by the Team at CAFE and the Canadian Centre for Men and Families