Back for the third year running, Messages for Men is a one of a kind mini-conference in London, in recognition of International Men’s Day.
Join our annual mini-conference to celebrate international men’s day. Listen to our many speakers as they celebrate, inform, entertain and discuss masculinity and all the issues that men & boys face in our increasingly misandrist society.
Sunday 17th November 2019, 3pm – 11pm/late, Central London Location TBA
2019 is set to be our busiest event yet so we are starting at a slightly earlier time of 2pm, we have a bumper line up of short, sharp and snappy speeches for you so I hope you are ready.
Men’s March – This year’s march is organised by Save Indian Family Foundation (UK branch). Please meet outside the Royal Courts of Justice at 11am – the nearest underground tube is Temple. Map. The march will finish by 12:30/1pm at Parliament square.
Mini-Conference – Messages for Men
2pm – Natty – Event Organiser Intro
2:10pm – Mangesh – activist, Save Indian Family
2:15pm – Elizabeth Hobson – Director of Comms Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them)
3pm – Karl Pollard – Father with a story to tell!
3:15pm – Tristan Lonley – Fathers rights (partner of Ava Brighton)
3:30pm – Richard Orrett – speech about Incels, disability advocate
4pm – Zuby – Musician, podcaster, Fitness coach
4:20pm – BREAK –
4:45pm – Jon Wong – Free speech activist
5pm – Alex Nieora – Free speech activist, LGBT from the dissident side
5:15pm – Nick Cotton – Youtuber
5:30pm – Ava Brighton – Youtuber
5:45pm – Alexander Adams – Art Critic
6pm – John Waters – writer, journalist, fathers rights in Ireland
6:15pm – Mike Buchanan – Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them)
6:30pm – Mike ‘Dr Randomercam’ Stevenson – Honey Badger, Youtuber
6:45pm – Kenneth Jolivet – author of ‘Society Kills Men’
7pm – BREAK for DINNER – Video by Max Anthony
8:15pm – Video by Glass Blind Spot
8:30pm – Carl ‘Sargon of Akkad’ Benjamin – Youtuber
8:45pm – John Cooper – Relationship & Communications Coach & ex PUA
9pm – Sayne O’Pie – Gender Equality activist
9:15pm – Darren Deojee – Men’s Coach
9:30pm – Mike Bell – Legal activist
9:35pm – Question & Answer
10:30pm – End
11pm – Kick out time
The venue is located near Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square in central London. The venue will not be revealed until the morning of the event. Please check your email inbox for this and make sure to check spam. The venue is an entertainment venue with security, they sell food and drink. They have disabled access please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any specific questions. If you are bringing underage children please note that you will be asked to exit the venue by 9pm due to licensing requirements.
We advise that you bring some snacks to eat throughout the event as we have ALOT of speakers back to back. We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone who we think may be attending to cause trouble. We value free speech and expect everyone attending to behave respectfully to others who share differing opinions.
We look forward to seeing you, in the meantime: Videos of speeches from 2018.