The City of Whittlesea has proudly partnered with the Men’s Project at Jesuit Social Services to deliver an innovative training program aimed at providing community leaders with the skills to positively influence behaviours and attitudes towards gender equality.
The program addresses the harmful gender stereotypes which are linked to violence against women, and helps participants become active role models for other men and boys.
Expressions of interest for the MoRE program are now open. The program will begin in March 2022.
If you are interested in the program, but would like to find out more, we are holding an online information session on Wednesday 2 March, 7pm-8.30pm.
*Expressions of interest will be assessed by nominated officers of the City of Whittlesea and Jesuit Social Services. It will not be disclosed to any other external party without your consent, unless required or authorised by law. Information pertaining to gender and cultural background is collected on this form for the purpose of creating a diverse MoRE group, representative of our local communities. If you have any questions, please email CommunitySafety@whittlesea.vic.gov.au or call our Community Safety Planner on 9217 2192.
For more information on the program, visit Modelling Respect and Equality (MoRE) website.