Offers men the strategies they need to become powerful advocates for gender equality. At its core, Her Allies: A Practical Toolkit to Help Men Lead Through Advocacy offers men the strategies they need to become powerful advocates for gender equality. But, at its heart, this book is an invitation to all men who are willing to take that bold first step and transform good intention into meaningful action. Those men with the courage to read on will embark on a progressive journey that ends only when women realise the same opportunities, recognition, and respect that men already command. Her allies aren't committed to this journey for personal gain; these selfless pioneers know that their children and grandchildren will reap the rewards of their efforts for generations to come.
Publisher: Neem Tree Press Limited
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
"Hira Ali has created a practical, step-by-step guide that not only explains the benefits of gender advocacy, but clearly outlines some of the practical ways that this can be achieved. This is a guide for men of all ages, backgrounds and industries, but remains an equally important reminder to women that they are as valuable an advocate for gender equality as their male allies." -Barry Boffy , Head of Inclusion and Diversity, British Transport Police; "EVERYONE should read this book...it's insightful, educational, and most important, truthful. As men strive to be better equipped to be a better ally, they need look no further than, Her Allies." -Nicki Anderson , Director of Women's Leadership Program-L.E.A.D.S, Benedictine University ; "Informative and practical book, ideal for anyone looking to pick up tips on how to be a supportive ally...It is a must for anyone wanting to become an ally for gender equality." -Paul Sesay, CEO/Founder I Inclusive Companies Limited; "This book provides good, practical steps for male allies to take when looking at gender equality, be it at home or in the workplace, and it will hopefully give men the confidence to become better allies in general. A must read for men everywhere." -Jasvir Singh OBE, Barrister, Chair of City Sikhs, Member Of Mayor of London's Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm