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2019 National Conference

Please visit the Official Conference Website Here

Featuring Headline Speakers
Cassie Jaye, Bettina Arndt, Karen Straughan, Sue-Ann LevyRegistration Now Open. Register with our Early Bird price options $129 Regular, $109 Student!

You’re Invited: GRAND OPENING of the NEW MEN’S CENTRE!

Canadian Centre for Men and Families Ontario West
Saturday, March 23rd at 2:00 PM
120 Wellington St., St. Thomas, Ontario
Join us for tours, special presentations, and food and beverages.

FREE Registration at https://ccmfontariowest.eventbrite.ca
Contact us to register for the car pool from Toronto jtrottier@menandfamilies.org

Dan Mason- Winner of International Men’s Issues Legal Battles

We have a significant event coming up this Sunday, September 24, 2017 in Edmonton.

Click here to see a sneak peek on YouTube

Join us at September 24th in Edmonton from 1:30-4PM at the Idyllwild Library at 8310 88 Ave NW (next to Bonnie Doon Mall)

and watch the taping of Dan Mason for Canadian Association for Equality-Edmonton

RSVP for the meetup at meetup.com

Planning a She for He in October for CAFE Edmonton

The She for He panel in Calgary was a huge success for Alberta! Khalil, the director of the Edmonton branch, was in attendance and met up with the executives at the Calgary branch. We made some valuable connections, and spent some time networking with people who have valuable insight into men’s issues, as well as people who had solutions and services!

Khalil is now planning a She for He in Edmonton. We are looking for female panelists who would be willing to comment and answer audience questions for an engaging and lively discussion. Women who may have experience in psychology and mental health, or in legal practice are always welcome to come forward and share your experiences about men and our institutions.

If you are a woman in Edmonton who wants to take the platform for Men and boys health and well-being, please email kmerali@equalitycanada.com

 

Get CAFE to the International Shared Parenting Conference 2017!

Help Ensure Full Canadian Participation in the International Shared Parenting Conference 2017!The International Shared Parenting Conference in Boston May 29-30 is shaping up to be a landmark event, bringing together most of the world’s leading researchers focused on improving the welfare of children in separated and divorced families.

Father involvement is a key area of CAFE’s mandate and the reason many of you joined the organization. Whether advancing policy reform to make our family justice system just, or increasing our legal and support services to alienated fathers and children, we would gain tremendously through our participation in this conference.

Here’s the good news. CAFE Board members Paulette MacDonald and Robert Samery are leading Canadian authorities on parental alienation and veterans of equal parenting policy reform. They’re lining up critical meetings with experts from around the world at the Boston Conference.

Now we need you to help get them there.

Click here to make a special one-time donation so CAFE can participate in this once in a lifetime opportunity!


A Message from Paulette MacDonald

As a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE) and former Co-President of the Canadian Equal Parenting Council (CEPC), I can’t tell you how excited I am at the prospect of attending the International Shared Parenting Conference 2017 in Boston.

Having said that, I need your help to make this happen. Pease support my trip to this great event so that I can continue my advocacy work in pursuing family law reforms in the best interest of the children in Canada.

There is now intense interest in the apparently powerful effects of family structure on children’s outcomes. This timely conference will explore 40 years of research on how children fare in different post-divorce parenting arrangements.

Research suggests that fully half of troubled children and adolescents derive from conflicted, separated and divorced families. The conference offers the rare opportunity to interact with leading legal and mental health scholars from around the world on this important topic. The program will include plenary sessions, panel discussions, question and answer sessions, and break-out workshops.

Given the high prevalence of conflicted, separated and divorced families, this conference will be of great benefit to all varieties of child and family practitioners and scholars, including any who deal with family policy, family law, psychology, child mental and physical health, alienation, domestic violence or family dynamics.

Please help CAFE take full advantage of this unique opportunity to learn from so many distinguished scholars from Australia to Europe to North America, any of whom would qualify as a keynote speaker, all at one conference.

Paulette