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The Power of Good People – Para Paheer with Alison Corke
The First Casualty – Peter Greste
Understanding Parental Alienation – Karen & Nick Woodall
Is There Anything Good About Men? How Cultures Flourish by Exploiting Men – Roy F. Baumeister
Sam’s Best Shot – Dr James Best
Separate Well or Separation Hell – Peter Nowosielski & Eric De Bruyn
The Equal Parent Presumption – Edward Kruk
Parents Acting Badly – Jennifer Jill Harman PhD & Zeynep Biringen PhD
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Coming up…

November 30: Blokepedia

Josh Quarmby … in conversation with Glen Poole

Josh Quarmby is the founder of Blokepedia, a community of men who have conversations about the issues they care about.

What originally started as a simple blogsite is now growing into a unique mix of online and face to face resources for men. This growth is driven by insight and feedback from the Blokepedia audience; the many men who are looking for a way to connect with other men to share their stories and begin important conversations and provide support for each other.

December 7: Suicide Row
Michael Griffith … in conversation with Glen Poole

Michael Griffith is a playwright and theatre director whose new show Suicide Row premiered in Melbourne in November.

The play tells the story of four Australian men who find themselves stuck on the way after discovering that their individual suicide attempts have miraculously failed.

The play, aimed at men both young and older, is powerful but not bleak, funny but not black, and while it has a clear anti-suicide message, it does not preach. More importantly, it is written with the express aim of helping to reduce the high levels of male suicide in Australia.

 


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