Launch of 1in6 Canada:The Nation’s Knowledge Centre for Male Sexual Trauma and Recovery

The Men’s Project is celebrating the launch of 1in6 Canada: The Nation’s Knowledge Centre for Male Sexual Trauma and Recovery, and are holding several events.

On Thursday March 21st, from 7-10 pm, come to the Official Reception at Galerie SAW Gallery, 67 Nicholas Street, Ottawa. Info and tickets ($50) can be ordered through The Men’s Project website.

On Friday March 22nd, at 10:00 am, come witness history-in-the-making at their Media Conference at the Sheraton Hotel, 150 Albert Street, in Ottawa. Coffee and conversation will follow.

On Saturday March 23rd and Sunday March 24th, men and their families are welcome to attend the first Men of Courage Community Conference on men’s mental health and well-being. Events include keynote speakers (including Frank O’Dea, founder of the Second Cup!), dedicated workshops (such as fathering, integrity, partners’ needs, and a dedicated stream for male survivors), films and discussion. Service providers are also welcome. Tickets are $50, and a number of scholarships seats are reserved for low income men. The registration package is attached.

The Men’s Project thanks their funders, sponsors, individual donors, the YMCA-YWCA, partner agencies, as well as many volunteers to make this national resource happen.

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