WeAreVirtual: Engaging men in gender equality conversations | Elliott Rae
Elliott gives an impactful talk about engaging men in the conversations about gender equality while giving a powerful account of his own journey through trauma, fatherhood and
Elliott gives an impactful talk about engaging men in the conversations about gender equality while giving a powerful account of his own journey through trauma, fatherhood and building communities.
Elliott Rae is the founder of MusicFootballFatherhood.com (MFF) – the UK’s most exciting parenting & lifestyle platform for men, called the ‘Dad’s version of Mumsnet’ by the BBC. He is also the curator of forthcoming book, DAD.
MFF is the online community for dads who want to have more open conversations about fatherhood. Through blogs, podcasts and events, MFF aims to increase positive representation of diverse fatherhood while providing a space and community for dads to share the ups and downs of parenting.
Elliott is one of the leading voices for fathers in the workplace in the UK, regularly working with organisations to help them support working fathers through his ‘Engaging Dads’ workshops and talks.
A trustee at the anti-bullying charity Kidscape and a contributor for The Independent, Elliott is vocal about the intersection of fatherhood, gender equality and race. His first Independent article went viral and was shared 17k times in two days. His latest article was shared on Twitter by none other than Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson!
Passionate about culture change, Elliott dedicates his life’s work to creating a better world and believes that we all have the power to influence change.
(Monday) 14:00 - 15:00