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Timeline for Men to catch up

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 12:39 pm Tue 18th September 2018

Each time a new voice appears in the room it is often without any knowledge of what has happened before their arrival. There is always the awakening that history is part of where ever we are now.

There is often some distance between personal views and opinions and respective actions.

We could create a Timeline of events and links.

Comment on dates and events you are aware of, activities by groups, specific achievements that might develop the resource.

See our Timeline of Remembrance



Michael Green QC (Aust) Visits NZ


September 18 – Self Immolation at Parliament

3 Responses to “Timeline for Men to catch up”

  1. mama says:

    2018 September 18 – Asked Movember NZ to hold concert this Summer to UP the ISSUES, sorry, Raise Awareness for Men, show a United Front at least.

  2. mama says:

    2018 – 19 September – Exert from philosophy behind conference 21 September 2018

    When children are involved, intimate partner violence is understood as conceptually distinct from any abuse of the children. This paper suggests that it would be more accurate to conceptualise intimate partner violence as a form of social entrapment when investigating and describing the facts.

  3. mama says:

    2018 – Report on Fathers …Family First..Fathers Matter.

    Dads are dramatically
    more powerful and
    influential in helping
    their children develop
    a sense of care and
    concern toward others.

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