In the weeks ahead we will have plenary sessions on more key issues in our field, cross regional discussions, networking sessions, and sessions led by our members and partners around the world.
Topics coming up include countering patriarchal backlash against gender equality, masculinities and COVID-19, the politics of unpaid care work and young people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).
See below for the program for the next two weeks.
We invite you to join these important discussions, as well as on the symposium app where you can continue to connect and join the conversation. Please keep an eye on the app as the program in the event app is being updated constantly with new sessions.
See you next week!
The Ubuntu Symposium Organizing team
Tuesday 17 November
Engaging Men: A critical assessment of the field’s formation, character, and future directions
Wednesday 18 November
You(th) Talk Networking Session
Cross-Regional Roundtable: Africa, South Asia and Europe
Cross-Regional Roundtable: Latin America, North America and the Caribbean
Thursday 19 November
Men and Boys as allies in ending Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
Masculinities and Covid-19: What does the pandemic mean for work with men and boys?
BreakIN Youth Caucus: Leveraging ‘Power With’ Transnational Youth Approaches for Women’s Rights
Politics of Care 1: Men caring about…
Impact of Covid-19 on the Sexual, Reproductive Health and Rights of Women and girls
Tuesday 24 November
Mental Health, the Male Psyche and Gender Justice: Lessons for Life-After-COVID-19
Sharing perspectives and experiences on intersectionality in the work of engaging men and boys for gender equality
Thursday 26 November
Masculinities and Health in the Americas
Empowering Youth with SRHR information and services during the COVID-19 pandemic
“The Arab fathers’ revolution”: A dialogue on social transformations through men’s caregiving
To be confirmed
Rwanda Symposium – Policy Advocacy Capacity Building Workshop Concept
Engaging men and boys in the prevention and ending of child marriages
Politics of Care Seminar Series
Promoting the Silencing of Guns in Africa and addressing militarised masculinities
Sonke & Concern Worldwide Concept