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LOOKING BACK: 2010 INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY

For a brief moment, the earth stood still on its axis on Friday, 19 November 2010 as over approximately 30 nations observed International Men’s Day (www.international-mens-day.com) under the theme “Our Children . . . Our Future”. This year’s theme -- “Our Children . . . Our Future” celebrated the 48-hour partnership which International Men’s Day shares with Universal Children’s Day which was observed worldwide each year on November 20th. The celebrations of International Men’s Day around the globe took the form of, among other things, awards and recognition ceremonies that honored Men for contributions to their communities, children’s programs, a writing competition, and donations of books to schools.


Internationally acclaimed Fatherhood and Men’s Issues advocate and best-selling author Dr. Warren Farrell of the United States discussed the need for and importance of International Men’s Day in an interview which is featured on You Tube, conducted by Greg Andresen of Men’s Health Austra…

TELEVISION AND RADIO JOURNALIST DANIELLE WILLIAMS TAPPED TO SERVE AS ARIZONA (USA) REGIONAL COORDINATOR FOR 2011 INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY

The International Men’s Day Coordination Committee has announced that journalist DANIELLE WILLIAMS has accepted its invitation to serve as the Arizona (USA) Regional Coordinator for 2011 International Men’s Day. Ms. Williams, who can be contacted by sending an e-mail to: reporterdaniellew@gmail.com, has a journalism background in television and radio. Currently, Williams is a regular contributor for “The McMahon Group”, a television program aired on AZTV Channel 13; a media contributor to Arizona Women In Media; and works at News Talk/Sports Radio KTAR as the Continuity Director of Traffic where she also writes and records environmental green tips which are aired on the radio station. Williams hosts green environmental videos which highlight businesses in Arizona that are making a difference and having a positive impact on the state by “being green”. Her environmental advocacy and her work with companies in Arizona that are helping the state save money, time, and energy, has caused W…