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Wednesday
Nov202013

M&C Saatchi releases landmark study of Aussie Men to coincide with International Men's Day

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M&C Saatchi yesterday released The Modern (Aussie) Man White Paper - an unprecedented qualitative study of Australian men to coincide with International Men's Day.

The study is the result of eight months of one-to-one interviews with 140 men. Seventy of who are an assortment of high profile leaders from media and marketing*, business, military, academia, sport and philanthropy. The other 70 were drawn from everyday men from all over Australia.

Click here for more on the Modern (Aussie) Man White Paper.

Click to download an oveview of the Modern (Aussie) Man White Paper - The Modern Aussie Man White Paper Overview.pdf

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Sunday
Jul292012

Father Inclusive Practice Logos (Groupwork Solutions)

Australian organisations and programs working with dads are encouraged to use these logos and messages as part of their everyday practice.

To use these logos, click on the appropriate image on this webpage and ‘cut and paste’ into your document. Otherwise click here to download a copy of the Father Inclusive Practice logos and messages as a Word document.

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Monday
Apr272009

Men Accessing Resources and Services (MARS) Program

The vision of MARS is to create stronger communities through greater involvement of men in social and cultural life. MARS envisages community and service organisations fully integrating men into their work, and working with men to help them identify and build on their strengths.

In the NSW Hunter region we have two strategies in place:

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Thursday
Jun052008

Contribute to a New Australian Book - Dad: The Best Job in the World

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You are invited to contribute to a new and wholly Australian book entitled 'Dad: The Best Job in the World'.  My intention for the book is to give voice to the often publically silent role and influence of fathers in the care, nurture and development of our children.

Sunday
Nov122006

Strengths Cards for Men

These images were collated by Gabrielle Borggaard from Mercy Family Services Goodna. They connect strengths words with images about men and their families. Cut them out and laminate and they can be used for a variety of exercises with men. It is a free resource so feel free to add your own words/ images. The images are from a web site providing pictures and can be used for free as long as there is no profit or advertising attached. The address is www.corbis.com – you register for free and have access to their online library.