This announcement is, we think, a bit special. We already had 20 impressive speakers scheduled for the London conference, and I’m delighted to announce two more. The following is drawn from the ‘Speakers’ tab on the conference website, just updated:
Philip Davies MP – ‘The Justice Gender Gap’
Philip has been the Conservative MP for Shipley since 2005. He’s a highly regarded advocate for men’s rights, the only such MP in the House of Commons. Examples of his work include revealing startling gender differences in prison sentencing, in 2012 – video here. On International Men’s Day (2015) he introduced the first parliamentary debate on men’s issues – video here.
Mark Pearson – ‘Facing my Waterloo’
Mark is an award-winning contemporary artist, trained at the Royal College of Art. He recently became the focus of an international news story, when he was falsely accused of sexually assaulting an actress when walking past her in Waterloo Station. He advocates an end to the institutional misandry in the Crown Prosecution Service.
The head of the Crown Prosecution Service is Alison Saunders, a recent Toxic Feminist of the Month.
We have a strict limit of 200 people in the conference room at ICMI16. Not many tickets are left now, so if you’re thinking of attending, now is the time to order your ticket(s). Please don’t contact me after they’ve run out, expecting me to perform a miracle and make a ticket available. That simply won’t be possible. You can order your ticket(s) here.
- The fourth International Conference on Men’s Issues will be held in Birmingham, UK, 13-15 July 2018 - September 30, 2017
- House of Commons debate on International Men’s Day - November 29, 2016
- Please help us towards funding Tom, the ICMI16 video cameraman, to video record ICMI17 in Australia - November 14, 2016
- Philip Davies MP and Mark Pearson to speak at ICMI16 - April 12, 2016
- Mike Buchanan debates MGM with a Jewish proponent on BBC radio - March 7, 2016