How Local Councils Can Support International Men's Day

There are more than 500 local councils in Australia which means there are hundreds of opportunities for local government to celebrate International Men’s Day (IMD) on Monday 19th November 2018.

One local council that’s leading by example is Northampton Borough Council in England. This year, the council has launched a “Male Role Model of the Year Awards” to recognise the important contributions local men and boys make in their community, families, schools and workplaces.

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BBQ Breakfast Benefits Blokes

Two of Tasmania’s leading men’s organisations are joining forces to host a Blokes’ BBQ for International Men’s Day (Monday 19th November 2018).The Blokes’ BBQ Breakfast is a collaboration between Men’s Resources Tasmania and Hobart City Mission’s DIY Dads Project.

The event, to be held at The Goods Shed in Hobart’s Mac Point, aims to encourage conversation between me and raise vital funds for both organisations in the process.

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10 Ways To Mark International Men’s Day

International Men’s Day takes place on Monday 19th November. If you want to get involved and help get Australia talking about men and boys, here are 10 ideas to get you inspired.

1. Make Some Money

There are lots of great groups and organisations working with men and boys around Australia, why not help one of them by raising funds on International Men’s Day?

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New Website Promotes International Men’s Day

The Australian Men’s Health Forum has launched a new website to help promote the celebration of International Men’s Day in Australia.

International Men’s Day (IMD) is celebrated on 19th November every year and is marked in around 80 countries worldwide. The day provides individuals and organisations with a great opportunity to take part in a global conversation about manhood, masculinity and men’s issues.

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