What we'll do
Four women who acknowledge the validity and importance of men's issues in contemporary society
COME HEAR THEM SPEAK! After the panelists introduce themselves, there will be an extensive Q&A session on the topic of men's and boys' issues in contemporary society, and how to move forward in advocacy for gender equality.
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Admission: $10 cash or credit card
$5 for students and CAFE members
Proceeds go to the new Canadian Centre for Men and Families - Ottawa to open fall 2017
Janice Fiamengo is a Professor of English at the University of Ottawa, and the author of the Fiamengo File, a series of videos on academic feminism, free speech, and campus politics.
Meg Warren is a mother of two and a local CAFE volunteer. While she is particularly empathetic to survivors of domestic violence, something she herself has experienced, she is also passionate about a wide range of issues facing both men and women.
Maria Al-Masani is an Arab Canadian Woman's Rights Activist and Arab Spring revolutionary, who was distinguished as a CNN Agent of Change. Al-Masani worked at the Parliament of Canada for the NDP and Liberal parties. She was also the first Yemeni at the Miss Universe pageant and now works as a jewelry designer for Al-Masani Royal Jewelry that promotes fashion that empowers women.
Kriss Clément is a feminist who has been involved in the struggle for social justice from a young age. Over her life she has been involved in a wide variety of non-profit groups, across a wide demographic spectrum. Most recently, she has concentrated on bringing awareness to issues confronting men and boys.