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Places still available for our International Men's Day event

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A reminder that places are still available for the South West of England and Wales International Men's Day online event and we have a little more detail below. You need to register for the whole event to receive the joining instructions,  but you will then be able to just join the sessions that are of interest to you.

You need to have your manager's approval to attend and can register a place with your Civil Service email address here

17 November 2020

Please note that the date for the South West and Wales is the 17th and not the 19th, as we know departments have their own sessions running on the actual day.

Timings are as follows

10:00 am to 10:10 am - Welcome

10:10 am to 10:30 am - Men as role models, led by the Director, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales

10:30 am to 11:00 am - Wellbeing and fitness with CSSC Sports & Leisure

11 am to 11:15 am - Desk based yoga, led by a colleague from DEFRA

11:30 am to 11:45 am - Perinatal depression, led by a colleague from the Home Office

11:45 am to 12:05 pm - Domestic abuse, led by the Dyn Project on behalf of Safer Wales

1 pm to 1:20 pm - The Men's Network, led by the Intellectual Property Office

1:20 pm to 2:20 pm - Interactive session to discuss what resources/support men need, are there networks already in existence or is there a need for one...

There are other events going on in in the North West, Northern Ireland and East, South East and London. Some of these are open to any Civil Servant to join, regardless of area. There were advertised in this previous blog article here.

 

 

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