EXPLORE THE NEW CAMPAIGN
The new Men’s Initiative campaign seeks to inspire male athletes to become better men. In a rapidly changing world, the time is now to begin conversations concerning relevant issues, redefine what it means to be a good man, and assess the need for athletes to become positive role models.
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We conduct leading edge programs for men that help men connect to their deepest values and become a constructive force for good in their families, work and society.
We serve as a hub to connect men, women and organizations that are working to help men and to build a better world through men’s work.
We conduct research to determine the most effective methods for helping men of all ages experience enhanced well-being with the aim of replicating best practice and influencing policy.
The Men’s Initiative was founded to be a catalyst in the global conversation about the state and impact of men in the world. We want to bring people together and use our collective effort and wisdom to enhance the integrity and well-being of men. Together, we are mobilizing men around the world to be a force for equity, compassion, and sustainability in a rapidly changing world.
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What it Means to be a Part of The Men’s Initiative Community
As part of the Men’s Initiative Community, over time you’ll be part of a movement seeking to showcase best and promising practices in men’s work and create links between fragmented efforts to help men make positive contributions in the world. New members of the community will be empowered to:
CONNECT WITH OTHERS ON MEN’S Well-Being
LEARN LEADING EDGE STRATEGIES
SHAPE A NEW DEFINITION OF MASCULINITY
REIMAGINE THE ROLE OF MEN IN SOCIETY
HEAR ABOUT NEW RESEARCH ON MEN
DISCOVER BEST PRACTICES FOR GROUP WORK
CONNECT TO YOUR DEEPEST VALUES
BUILD A MORE SUSTAINABLE WORLD
Enhance the integrity and well-being of men
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