As part of our Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month series, join us for a conversation with Michael Jeh and Stephen Hoskin on challenging the attitudes that support violence, as men and DV prevention advocates.
Michael Jeh and Stephen Hoskin are both MATE facilitators, working every day to prevent violence against women and promote gender equality – in their professional and personal lives.
Michael is a former professional cricketer and Oxford Blue. He has worked extensively inside male professional sport environments, advocating passionately for issues around gender equality and DV prevention education. He has been a MATE facilitator since 2010 and is a regular panel member on the ABC, discussing issues of relevance to this conference. In his spare time, he doubles as a wildlife ranger in Africa where he is also involved in ground-breaking work around enhancing the lives of rural African women.
Michael has also written a blog for us on this topic – view it here.
Stephen is a men’s counsellor and specialist facilitator with over 20 years experience. He has a passion for facilitating conversations for change in relation to gender and violence in our culture. His own curiosity was sparked when, at the age of 7, he found a badge at his local surf spot that said ‘surf against sexism ‘. His life’s work has been to explore the gendered nature of violence with groups of men, women and young people and the effects/impacts it has on all of us.
Please join us for this free webinar where Michael and Stephen will share their perspective on the important role we ALL have in the prevention of violence against women.
Register and leave your questions for Michael and Stephen below.
The link to the webinar will be sent out prior to the event.