Award-winning social enterprise, Renaisi, feature Great Men in a blog as part of their mental health awareness week. Blog author and Renaisi team member Tessa Horvath leads GREAT’s monitoring and evaluation for our Southwark schools Great Men project. Read it here….
Great Men Project Manager David Brockway speaks to Gender Hopes about gender equality, sexual violence, and engaging men and boys in Feminism. READ IT HERE…
Here’s our Great Men project manager David Brockway talking at the #BeingAManFest panel debate on young men in today’s society. Hosted by Radio 1 presenter Gemma Cairney and featuring her film spotlighting the lives of teenage boys across the UK, this lively debate also heard from spoken-word artist Raymond Antrobus and musician and poet Emmanuel Speaks.
In the run up to Feminism in London, we feature in this article about how men can be engaged in Feminist work. READ IT HERE.
One of our lovely volunteers, Sam Jones, talks about his work with our Great Men project in this Guardian article. READ IT HERE.
InsideMan features editor, Dan Bell, penned this opinion piece about organisations like ours going in to schools to talk to boys. You can read the full article here. Our Great Men Project Manager wrote an official response to this article, “Equality workshops teach boys to be empowered, not ashamed” which was published in the Telegraph two […]
GREAT Executive Director Maria Neophytou writes about our “One Year Down the Road: The Impact of International Development (Gender Equality) Act 2014″ report with Plan UK.
Here’s the video of our Great Men Project Manager David Brockway, produced by The Finnish Institute Jobs for the Boys – The Great Men Project, interview with David Brockway from The Finnish Institute in London on Vimeo.
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Great Men Project Manager David Brockway spoke to the lovely people at The Community Channel about his inspiration.