Society has created a perspective of what a sterotypical Man looks like and what he acts like. This debate will look at how those social contructs impact the perception and expectations of Men as well as looking at Men's Health and other issues they face.
#Movember – Tuesday 1st November 2016 (6pm-8pm).
Just Geen @Just_Geen
Gina is a Qualified Personal Trainer and co host of a post cast called No Carbs After 7. Gina is also a also a meal prep chef for the likes of Stormzy, Wretch 32, Konan, Julie Adenuga and Maya Jama among other clients. As the only female pannelist for this show, Gina will be sharing her views on health and fitness and the important combination of healthy eating.
Yusuf is a Qualified Personal Trainer and the co host for the pod cast No Carbs After 7. Yusuf will be joining the panel to discuss his views on masculinity, fitness trends among men and much more...
Paul Mitcheson as Regional Director Europe for The Movember Foundation (@Movember).
The Movember Foundation is the only charity tackling men’s health on a global scale, year round. We have one goal: to stop men dying too young
London Based Fashion Designer. Specialising in bespoke pieces, wedding dresses and menswear. Visual Merchandiser at Burberry.
David Vujanic @ also presenter @Copa90
London born comedian, actor and social influencer. Lover of football
More Panelists tbc: Check @InsydeTalk for regular updates.
Venue: University Of East London, Stratford Campus, Water Lane, London, E15 4LZ, United Kingdom.
Themes of discussion:
- What is masculinity in today’s world?
- Do men feel the same physical pressures that women sometimes feel?
- Is there more we can do to support men who suffer from mental health issues?
- Cultural perceptions of masculinity.
- Paternity Leave/ Employment for men.
- Fitness trends amongst men?
- Alcohol and drug abuse amongst men.
- Fashion and Masculinity
We look forward to having you involved in our discussion! Tell a friend to tell a friend!
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
There is no official age limit to enter this event, however, the themes that may be discussed are all considered to be 16+. Whilst we will not be asking for official identification, we will need you to correctly specify your full name and the email address used to reserve your ticket(s).
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Train: Maryland Station (5 minutes walk). Stratford Station(12 minutes walk).
Buses: 308, 508, 86, 25.
Car: You will not be able to park your car in the university. However, there is street parking available nearby. There is also parking available at Morrisons Car Park (E15 1EN) charges £1 for 2 hours parking which is enough to cover your full attendance at the debate show, Morrisons supermarket is roughly 5 minutes away from the venue.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No. You do not have to bring your printed ticket as we will have all the names of attendees.
Can I still attend the event if I havent reserved a ticket?
Yes. Please make sure you arrive at 6pm so we can ensure any spare space is allocated to you. All we wil need is your name and email address.