Men—and white men in particular—have a critical role to play in creating inclusive workplaces. Yet too often men are an untapped resource in gender initiatives. To accelerate change, we need to stop treating gender issues as women’s burden. And perhaps most important, organizations must enlist both women and men to work together as allies in changing the organizational norms and structures that perpetuate gender gaps.
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Europe: Engaging Men/MARC Events
This May, join Catalyst Europe AG for a series of Engaging Men events to discuss men and masculinity in the workplace with other local thought leaders and learn about Catalyst research on creating male champions, as well as MARC’s work in Europe. Contact us for details.
London, May 14 - hosted by AIG
Zurich, May 16 - hosted by Zurich Insurance Group
Geneva, May 17 - hosted by Caterpillar
Amsterdam, May 28 - hosted by Akzo Nobel with internationally renowned author and MARC blogger Lars Einar Engström
After a visit to the Catalyst offices in NYC, MARC blogger Martin Davidson shares his thoughts on “the most critical work men must do in order further gender inclusion” which “requires us to delve deeply into our experiences, attitudes, and behaviors as men.“ Read more…
Men Advocating Real Change Tweet Chat
Please join our #MARC Tweet Chat on Tuesday, May 28 at 11 AM EST as we tackle the tough questions raised by MARC blogger Martin Davidson in his blog post, “In Search of a Safe Port.” What role should women play, if at all, in helping men further gender diversity? On hand will be Martin Davidson (@levdifference) and MARC blogger Amitabh Kumar (@AmiFromIndia). Participate via Twitter.com or use Tweetchat.com for a more streamlined view. Use hashtag #MARC to follow the conversation and ask questions along the way.