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Men in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) at a crossroads, reveals ground-breaking multi-country study on the state of male-female relations in the MENA region

Beirut, Lebanon – A multi-country study in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) – covering Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon, and Palestine – reveals the reality of men’s lives behind the headlines. While a majority of men surveyed in the four … Continue reading

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A Father is for life… Not just for Father’s Day

I remember writing for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on 25 November last year, where we highlighted the ever-shocking stat that 1 in 3 women worldwide have experienced physical or sexual violence, mostly by an … Continue reading

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Let’s face it, eventually everything will run out…

Let’s face it, eventually everything will run out. Whether it’s the bottom of a crisp packet, or the world’s natural resources, the first thing FutureEverything looks for is alternatives. And this year, we are delighted to be working with the … Continue reading

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On Human Rights day, help end violence towards women and girls

Human Rights Day is observed every year on 10 December to commemorate the day on which, in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Human Rights Day also marks the end of 16 days … Continue reading

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Getting to zero

A week ago it was World AIDS Day, held on the 1st December each year, it offers an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support and understanding for people living with HIV and … Continue reading

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What does it feel like to live in a Syrian refugee camp?

Clouds Over Sidra is the first in a series of extraordinary films from specialist 360 VR production company Vrse.works made in partnership with the UN to highlight global humanitarian crises. The film follows twelve-year-old Sidra as she goes about her … Continue reading

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Calling for an end to violence against women

I joined Ladbury PR because I knew this job would keep me inspired, whilst leaving me time for my own other crazy ‘enterprises’. The work is so diverse and eclectic and I learn something everyday – surprised, frustrated, fascinated, challenged, … Continue reading

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My mum, my dad and me

When I first learned of the ‘State of the World’s Fathers’ report I loved the idea of getting fathers involved. I know of many men who have grown into incredible fathers – and I also know of many men who … Continue reading

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Involved fatherhood is critical to gender equality and child development, reveals world’s first global fatherhood report

Gender equality requires a revolution in the lives of men and boys, and achieving this requires urgent policy changes, MenCare-authored report argues in worldwide launch Targeting fathers is the key to achieving gender equality. Fathers matter deeply to child development, … Continue reading

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Ambulante Beyond…

Groundbreaking Mexican film festival, Ambulante, comes to the UK as part of The Royal Anthropological Institute’s (RAI) 14th International Festival of Ethnographic Film On Tuesday 16 June 2015 the Royal Anthropological Institute will launch its 14th International Festival of Ethnographic … Continue reading

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