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Announcement: Men’s Summit 2019 in Dunedin

Filed under: General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 10:53 pm Mon 22nd October 2018

Organisers of the NZ Men’s Summit invite those interested in the welfare of men, fathers, boys and their friends to the Otago University Rugby Clubrooms on Friday 12 April next year.

Speakers and workshops will address important issues affecting the well being of males. This significant forum, with a working lunch, in a venue overlooking the Oval offers an opportunity to socialise afterwards and enjoy a weekend in Dunedin.
You are urged to join the pro-male network striving for a more gender-balanced and harmonious society.  Most are aware of the neglect and abuse of men’s rights with suicide, depression, false allegations, family injustice, defathering, health defaults, educational failings and media bias delivering greater numbers of dysfunctional episodes involving males.
Men’s groups continue to engage with politicians, agencies and NGOs. New Zealand First is preparing Parental Leave for Fathers. Shared Parenting must also become law. A Ministry for Men will balance input into policy and legislation.
These and other important issues will arise at the Men’s Summit. 
A full programme including registration details and costs will be available before the end of the year.
Put NZ Men’s Summit 2019, Friday 12 April. Otago University Rugby Clubrooms in your diary and plan to be there
Men Matter Too!
Phone Numbers for Organisers:
0274443820 : 0225948093


  1. Danka, MOMA,,, who are the organisers of this Summit, if I may ask, out of interest.

    Comment by mama — Sun 28th October 2018 @ 11:27 am

  2. Its a lot of cost getting to Dunedin. Do we take out “Deplatforming insurance”?

    Comment by Kiwi Keith — Wed 31st October 2018 @ 6:00 am

  3. This will be a blow to a Man moving when his relationship fails. from the NZ Herald.

    It also proposed that people who have children, have been together for 10 years or more, or who have built or sacrificed careers because of the relationship – should be eligible for Family Income Sharing Arrangements (Fisa).

    Under a Fisa, the partners would be required to share their combined income for a limited period after they separate, to ensure the economic advantages and disadvantages from the relationship are shared more fairly.

    Another reform to the law suggested giving courts greater powers to share trust property when a trust holds property that was produced, preserved or enhanced by the relationship.

    The Law Commission is now seeking feedback on the proposals before making its final recommendations to the Government in 2019.

    Last year, the Commission published an Issues Paper, and asked the public to comment on whether they thought the law was working well in contemporary New Zealand.

    Many of those who commented thought some aspects of the law needed to change.

    Comment by mama — Thu 1st November 2018 @ 5:56 pm

  4. Another scam run by the IRD and those fucked up pieces of shit will milk that for all its worth.

    Comment by Evan Myers — Thu 1st November 2018 @ 6:50 pm

  5. “Where do you send feedback to”..”not a submission??”,… “the law commission”…will I be heard, this could be absurd, my mind starts to race at the incredible pace of the changes being made, being made and set in stone until another can save us from the one on the throne.

    Comment by mama — Thu 1st November 2018 @ 7:17 pm

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