“March 27 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm | $180 (incl GST)

Efforts to engage men in preventing men’s violence against women are gaining momentum around the country and the world.

Men are becoming involved as participants in education programs, targets of social marketing, activists and advocates, and policy makers and leaders.

First then, what do we know about effective practice in engaging men in violence prevention? What works, and what doesn’t?

Second, what are the challenges and controversies of this work?

In this interactive workshop, you will gain insights about engaging men, learn about best practice, and address dilemmas and difficulties.


Presenter Details: Dr Michael Flood

Dr Michael Flood is a researcher and educator who has made a significant contribution to both scholarship on and community understanding of violence against women. He has published a wide variety of papers on violence against women, men’s roles in prevention, and gender and sexuality.

Dr Flood also is a trainer, community educator and activist. He has worked with sporting organisations, community services, and governments, participated in international expert meetings, and contributed to social change campaigns.”


For more information and to book, visit: http://www.airs.edu.au/event/workingwithmen_strategiesandchallenges_to/