Phil Barker author of 'The Revolution of Man' speaks at COPACC
Next date: Thursday, 28 November 2019 | 07:00 PM
to 08:20 PM
Phil is an inspiring and approachable speaker who now focuses on solutions to how negative gender stereotypes harm us all.
From the high rates of male suicide to the violence of man in their personal lives, Phil offers a way forward.
He uses his own experience with suicide and depression, with brutal honesty, to continue the conversation on what it is to be a man and how to be a better man.
Phil’s personal path through manhood took him from the rugby fields and farm life of New Zealand to the corporate halls of media and advertising. His columns, book, and regular appearances as a commentator on radio and television burst with extraordinary personal stories of life as a loyal Murdoch lieutenant, journalist, awarded magazine editor, columnist and creative director.
An experienced public speaker, broadcaster and TV presenter, Phil has used his creative experience to develop a powerful presentation of The Revolution of Man, which is accessible, clear, simple, elegant, thought-provoking … and a lot of fun.
Book a table with friends or work colleagues and spend a truly inspiring night with us.
Bar will be open and BYO snacks.
Phil Barker joins us for this speaking engagement as part of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence.
Thursday, 28 November 2019 | 07:00 PM
- 08:20 PM