Author Archives: Martin Robb
I missed Richard Linklater’s Boyhood when it was first released: our multiplex doesn’t show many non-blockbusters, or it shows them fleetingly and at odd times, so it’s a case of blink and you miss it. But last night, thanks to … Continue reading
You can see some photos from the end-of-award conference for our research study, ‘Beyond male role models: gender identities and work with young men’ over at our research project blog.
My colleague Mike Ward and I gave a presentation at the International Conference on Men and Masculinities in New York City, sharing the findings from our research project, ‘Beyond male role models: gender identities and work with young men’. Here are a … Continue reading
On Tuesday I was one of the speakers at a breakfast seminar at Canary Wharf, hosted by Barclays and the Women’s Business Council, on ‘Men as agents of change: engaging men in gender equality’. It was a privilege to be invited … Continue reading
I was pleased to be invited to take part in the National Consultation with Women organised by the Government Equalities Office in London last Monday , in preparation for the Commission on the Status of Women / Beijing +20 event … Continue reading
Last week I took part in a European Commission ‘exchange of good practice’ event in Helsinki, on the theme of the role of men in gender equality. I’ve written a post about it over at the ‘Beyond Male Role Models’ … Continue reading
A couple of links via the excellent Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKRWO) on Facebook: First, a letter to The Independent, on the Rotherham abuse scandal, from a number of Muslim organisations campaigning for women’s rights. Key quote: The honour code … Continue reading