Next Gen Menis creating space to engage, educate, and empower men and boys around gender
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You relish conversations around what it means to 'be a man' and you want a community to do that with, which is why you're supporting NGM's community work and the Modern Manhood podcast.
You want every young man to have the opportunity to:
1. Explore concepts of masculinity and positive, healthy ways to be a man
2. Challenge gender roles and stereotypes
3. Develop leadership skills, self-confidence, and self-awareness
4. Build skills for mental health prevention and promotion
5. Celebrate diversity and learn from others different from ourselves
6. Develop connection and support among peers
7. Practice empathy and increase emotional intelligence
8. Explore what a healthy relationship looks like, how to practice consent, and how to be a good friend
Which is why you're personally funding one young man's participation in the program! You're the best!
For the price of an entree you're supporting a youth's participation in our programs as well as supporting the sustainability of the organization to continue to grow.
We will send you a monthly update of what's moving and shaking at Next Gen Men! In addition, we'll send you some sweet NGM socks and something for your head - a toque or a book!
Built on the core competencies of positive masculinities, healthy relationships, and gender equity we redefine what it means to "be a man" through:
- Our Next Gen Men youth programs where we unpack what it means to "be a man" with boys aged 12-18
- Our monthly Wolf Pack discussion groups (in YYC, YYZ, and YEG [YVR coming soon!]) where we hold space for conversations men don't normally have
- Our Equity Leaders initiative where we engage leaders to Believe in Diversity, Behave Inclusively, and Become Equitable in order to smash the glass ceiling from the top down
- The Modern Manhood Podcast hosted by German Villegas on the lives and viewpoints of many different male voices talking about their own masculinity
- And Breaking the Boycode where Jonathon Reed explores boys' inner lives—personal, emotional experiences that are often hidden from view