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Boys to Men: Remodelling Masculinity

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Three experts discuss the insidious rise of sexism and misogyny in schools and society – and what we can all do to turn the tide.

About the Event

From ‘manfluencer’ culture and the rising popularity of Andrew Tate, to lists ranking teenage girls on their appearance, there’s an urgent need to address the widespread sexism and misogyny in our schools and wider society. Left unchecked, these harmful attitudes and behaviours will see rates of male violence against women continue to rise.

In this panel discussion, three experts consider where these attitudes begin, and the importance of positive male role modelling in addressing them. The problem is evident – now it’s time to identify the steps that will lead to systemic, meaningful change.

Join award-winning journalist and consent educator Jane Gilmore, activist and co-founder of Not One More Niki, Tarang Chawla, and founder of The Equality Institute Emma Fulu, for a hopeful and practical conversation about how we can all take action to create positive generational change for young men.

This event is for parents, carers, educators and anyone interested in discussions about healthy modelling of masculinity for the current and future generations of boys and young men.

 

The bookseller for this event is Readings.

Tickets

Full $29
Concession $20
Under 30 $20

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Accessible toilets available

Assistive Listening

Auslan interpreting available by request

Companion tickets available

Registered Assistance Animals welcome

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Featuring

Tarang Chawla

Tarang Chawla is an advocate, writer, speaker, educator and recovering lawyer who serves as Commissioner at the Victorian Multicultural Commission and is the co-founder of Not One More Niki, a grassroots non-profit working to end men’s violence against women named in memory of his younger sister, ... Read more

Emma Fulu

Dr Emma Fulu is a researcher, feminist activist and one of the world’s leading experts on violence against women, appearing widely across the media including on Al Jazeera, CNN, the BBC, Q&A and the 7:30 Report. She is the founder and CEO of the Equality Institute, a global feminist agency wor... Read more

Jane Gilmore

Jane Gilmore is an author and ex-journalist from Melbourne. Her book, Fixed It: Violence and the Representation of Women in the Media was published in 2019. Her latest book, Fairy Tale Princesses Will Kill Your Children was published in 2023.

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The Wheeler Centre

176 Little Lonsdale Street Melbourne Victoria 3000

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