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Split the Difference – Walking for Men

Split the Difference – Walking for Men


September 12


02:00 pm - 05:00 pm

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Split the Difference CIC

Website: Organizer's Website

Fleetbank House

2-6 Salisbury Square, London, EC4Y 8AE

London, England, GB, EC4Y 8AE

Fact – men do not have the same equality as women in Acts of Law and Government Strategies, today we march together for our men and boys…

Men and boys have become so silenced in how services are created, so excluded from having a voice that we have no choice but to ‘redefine the balance’ in unison, men and women together.

Date 12th September 2020

Assembly point Equality and Human Rights Commission Fleetbank House 2-6 Salisbury Square London EC4Y 8JX

Assembly Time – 13:00 hrs

Procession start time – 14:00 hrs

Procession end time – 15:00 at Downing street

End of March 16:00 hrs

As part of the ticket price you will receive a Split the Difference T-Shirt, we ask you wear this on the day.

If you are a woman we provide you with Looking out for Him

If you are a man we provide you with Looking out for Her

Examples can be seen in our photos attached.

For organisations we encourage you to bring banners with your organisations details, please email us to discuss this.

More information:

The march is men and women walking side by side, individuals, professionals and organisations raising awareness on the inequality of choice and opportunity for men and boys.

Fathers, sons, brothers, husbands, uncles, best friends, colleagues, they have a right to contribute to the formulation of services and a right to access what they need, we cant let this go on any more.

Some of the areas that profoundly neglect the rights of men are evidenced in Health – Court Processes – Education – Domestic Abuse – Suicide – Homelessness, the list is endless, the evidence clear.

Join us, its time to stand up and support change for them, it is their right to thrive and be respected, just as we expect for our ladies. After all, how can we as women ask for equality if we are not willing to stand beside our men and ask for them as well.

Commendation to Simon Boughton and Katja Stiller our photographers for this shoot.

Our Young Models: Bethan, Istyn Eleri, Reuben, Idris, Davis, Ruby, Noah, San, Iolo

Mum: Idania