Dr. Paul Nathanson planned to speak to the International Conference on Men’s Issues and was unable to in part due to concerns over harassment and in part due to family bereavement. Here’s the presentation he planned to give.
International Conference on Men’s Issues
An Awards Dinner was held on the night of Day 1 of the International Conference on Men’s Issues. Special thanks were given out to the VFW and an award was given to one of the most important figures to the Men’s Human Rights Movement.
Paternity fraud can lead to depression, addiction, even suicide. But women have no legal duty to disclose. Should every child get DNA tested at birth? Dr. Helen Smith interviews paternity-fraud expert Carnell Smith.
A Voice for Men recently hosted the first International Conference on Men’s Issues in Detroit, and PJTV’s Dr. Helen Smith attended. Why hold a men’s conference? Aren’t women the victims in modern society? Find out as Dr. Helen talks with AVfM founder Paul Elam, and others, about the conference.
Senator Anne Cools looks at the history of the law and demolishes myths about men and women and how they were treated historically under the law.
If you missed the International Men’s Issues Conference in June of 2014 you missed an astounding event. Lucky for you it is now online and viewable. The consistent theme heard during the event was that the old narrative is woefully inadequate and is being replaced with a new one that extends greater compassion and choice to everyone, not just a select few.
Sponsored by A Voice for Men, The First International Conference on Men’s Issues was held just outside Detroit, Michigan this last weekend. Jonathan Taylor, an attendee, gives an overview of the landmark event.
After some technical challenges we have secured the neccessary technology to bring you the rest of the conference live on Youtube, with an additional backup of the Live365 radio stream. So please click here and tune in to the rest of proceedings as they happen.
There is a Twitter feed, @icmi14 for the International Conference on Men’s Issues 2014 from which our Media Director, Janet Bloomfield, will be tweeting relevant updates. We invite listeners/viewers to tweet any serious questions they have for the speakers during their talks.