Equality means equality for everyone.
2019 National Canadian Men’s Issues Conference
University of Toronto, Aug 2-3
Featuring Headline Speakers
Cassie Jaye, Bettina Arndt, Karen Straughan, Sue-Ann Levy
Registration Now Open. To register with our Early Bird price options $129 Regular, $109 Student, visit https://equalitycanada.com/nationalconference
We’re excited to announce our biggest event to date, and the largest Canadian conference of its kind! Following Ottawa and Calgary, the 2019 National Canadian Men’s Issues Conference arrives in Toronto.
This year’s theme, Men Too, provides a platform to address a range of critical issues while responding to timely current events. Local host is the University of Toronto Men’s Issues Awareness Society. Sponsored by Canadian Association for Equality.
This exciting two-day event is offered at an incredibly reduced Early Bird registration price of only $129 (Regular) and $109 (Student), with even lower prices for CAFE members! Don’t miss this unique and affordable opportunity to hear from our group of international experts and meet with amazing activists from across the country.
Join us for an all-star event!
Speaker list will be updated regularly.
Cassie Jaye – Filmmaker, The Red Pill
Bettina Arndt – Australia’s first sex therapist and a champion for men’s issues
Karen Straughan – Leading Canadian blogger
Sue-Ann Levy – Toronto Sun Columnist
James Brown – Author, Rescuing Our Underachieving Sons
Tanis Moore – YouTube personality The Prim Reaper
Zoli Kertesz – Special Constable, Toronto Police Service
Justin Trottier – Founder, Canadian Association for Equality
PLUS ADDITIONAL SPECIAL EVENTS
* Presentation on the findings from CAFE’s first federal government funded research project: Male Homelessness as a Consequence of Domestic Violence, with Research Coordinator Tandeep Sidhu.
* Special screening of the soon to be released film ERASING FAMILY, a documentary on parental alienation in Canada and the US, co-produced by CAFE!
* Our first Effective Advocacy session, a course to train advocates to support services and public policy that improve the lives of boys, men, fathers and families