Note: This post is reprinted here from the good people at A Voice For Men. Tickets for this event are being snapped up pretty quickly so buy early to avoid disappointment. JB
On June 27 and 28, 2014, a first ever conference of its kind will be held in Detroit, Michigan. A Voice for Men’s International Conference on Men’s Issues will feature the most noted collection of activists, advocates, writers and thinkers of our generation ever gathered into one place to discuss the issues of men and boys.
Presenting at the event will be Dr. Warren Farrell, Robert Franklin Esq, Sen. Anne Cools, Dr. Paul Nathanson, Erin Pizzey, John Hembling, Karen Straughan, Carnell Smith, Mike Buchanan, Paul Elam, Tom Golden, Dr. Tara Palmatier, Barbara Kay and Dr. Miles Groth.*
Your master of ceremonies will be Vladek Filler.
On the evening of June 26, there will be a press conference and panel discussion headed by AVFM News Director Robert O’Hara, and including live AVFM News Department participation from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and India. AVFM News Europe’s Lucian Valsan will be joining that discussion live via Skype. Local media will be invited to attend, where they will hear the thoughts from our news people across the world on the treatment of men in news media.
Also, on June 26, Dr. Warren Farrell will be conducting a limited seating workshop. Details on this event will soon be available here.
For those traveling to Detroit for the conference, which is being held at the Doubletree Downtown Detroit, a special web page to book room reservations will soon be made available through this site, and will be emailed to all ticket purchasers.
Finally, the first 100 persons who purchase tickets to the event will be gifted with a free copy of Dr. Warren Farrell’s 21st anniversary edition the Myth of Male Power in ebook. Once your ticket it paid for, within 24 hours you will be emailed instructions on getting your complementary copy of what is still the most seminal work on men’s issues ever written.
Tickets are $219.00. Purchases are limited to six at one time, with a maximum of 300 tickets being sold.