Workshop on Boys & Men in the #MeToo Era

What Now? Lanark County is holding a day of seminars and dialogue on what it means to be a boy or a man in the 21st century, featuring three speakers:

  • Amanda Rogers is a Harm Reduction Outreach Worker who brings a wealth of knowledge in the area of gender and the social constructs of gender
  • Rachel Giese is editor-at-large at Chatelaine and a regular contributor to CBC Radio, and the author of Boys: What it Means to Become a Man.
  • Brian Jackson is the Outreach and Operations Manager for the Moose Hide Campaign Development Society, a grass roots movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people working to end violence against women and children.


Friday, September 28th, from 9:00 a.m. till 3:30 p.m.

Royal Canadian Legion, Perth, 26 Beckwith Street East

FREE! Lunch will be provided (donations for lunch accepted)

Please register at

For more information, please contact Lanark County Mental Health, 613-257-5915, extension 226.

Sponsored by: Lanark County Interval House, Lanark County Mental Health, Lanark County Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Program, HIV/AIDS Regional Services, and the Moose Hide Campaign