The Third National Conference for Men and Boys 2013 takes place on from Thursday 26th September to Sunday 29th September. It is the UK’s biggest gathering of people committed to improving the lives of men and boys.
This year’s event takes place in Brighton & Hove and is hosted by a committed team of volunteers from the All Men Project. We aim to provide something for everyone who thinks differently about men and boys and each event has a different flavour and focus.
Our primary aim is connect professionals and volunteers who are actively engaged in improving men and boy’s lives in areas like health, mental, fatherhood, criminal justice, crime prevention, social justice, housing and homelessness, youth work, social work, social cafe, education, therapeutic services, men’s work, mentoring, rites of passage, men’s groups, men’s rights and so on.
If you are committed to improving the lives of men and boys and your needs aren’t met by this programme then we’d love to hear from you. There is a limit to how many different key activities our core team can manage and we are open to supporting other groups who would like to put on events during this conference.