The Canadian Association for Equality is very excited to announce the launch of our most ambitious project to date:
The Campaign to Launch the Canadian Centre for Men and Families,
an unprecedented Toronto establishment
The mission of the Canadian Centre for Men and Families is to establish a space in Toronto that will provide services, research, outreach and public education on all aspects of issues related to boys, fathers, men and families through a network of community groups across the country dedicated to creating a better future for our sons and daughters through mutual understanding and compassion. To make this a reality, we need your help!
Campaign Homepage: Proposal, Description and Testimonials
Prominent Anthropologist Lionel Tiger Speaks at Public Campaign Launch
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Screen Lounge, 20 College Street, Toronto
The Canadian Association for Equality has completed an amazing year advancing education on men’s issues and growing awareness of critical problems facing boys, men and fathers.
We invite you to join Lionel Tiger and members of our Board of Directors on Wednesday, June 12th at Screen Lounge in downtown Toronto for this combined celebration and fundraising event for our new Campaign to Establish the Canadian Centre for Men and Families. This is a family event, and we strongly encourage participants to bring their kids.
Tickets Available Now ($15)
Lionel Tiger is a Canadian-born, American-based anthropologist. He is the Charles Darwin Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University, a consultant to the U.S. Department of Defense on the future of biotechnology, contributor to Psychology Today and The New York Times, and the author of Men in Groups, The Decline of Males, The Pursuit of Pleasure and The Manufacture of Evil: Ethics, Evolution, and the Industrial System.
As a Big Thinker speaker Tiger has also contributed to the wider discussion of the changing relations between men and women. Professor Tiger, an authority on the sociological, cultural and anthropological study of gender – and an Advisory Fellow to CAFE – will provide a short address regarding the current status and wellbeing of men and women in our society.
Following this presentation, the Board of the Canadian Association for Equality will discuss the new Campaign, call for your feedback, and provide ways by which you can support this unprecedented initiative.