Men in the City

This consultation has concluded.

Please view the News Tab below for the outcome of this project.

Men’s Health Week aims to open up issues and opportunities to help communities to help men and boys. We invite men in the community to participate in a discussion about what programs, activities and events Council can do to support social connections and strong neighbourhoods.

By completing the survey you will help us get a better understanding of your feelings about your wellbeing, and how you would like to be invloved in your neighbourhood and the community. Your feedback will help inform the development of activities, events and projects that specifically cater to your needs.

Where can I find information?

  • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section on the right-hand for the full background information.
  • Take a look at the FAQs section which answers some of your commonly asked questions.

Please view the News Tab below for the outcome of this project.

Men’s Health Week aims to open up issues and opportunities to help communities to help men and boys. We invite men in the community to participate in a discussion about what programs, activities and events Council can do to support social connections and strong neighbourhoods.

By completing the survey you will help us get a better understanding of your feelings about your wellbeing, and how you would like to be invloved in your neighbourhood and the community. Your feedback will help inform the development of activities, events and projects that specifically cater to your needs.

Where can I find information?

  • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section on the right-hand for the full background information.
  • Take a look at the FAQs section which answers some of your commonly asked questions.
This consultation has concluded.
  • Project Update: Consultation Report!

    over 6 years ago

    The results of the survey and breakfast discussion we had in June/July about ‘Men in the City’ are now available to view below.

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts and ideas, it made for a very interesting reading and we are excited to see how the opportunities this concept presents will play out.

    Click below to view:

    The results of the survey and breakfast discussion we had in June/July about ‘Men in the City’ are now available to view below.

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts and ideas, it made for a very interesting reading and we are excited to see how the opportunities this concept presents will play out.

    Click below to view:

  • Men’s Breakfast

    over 6 years ago

    As property sizes shrink to make way for greater urban density, communities are looking for places to make, tinker and talk, says Mark Thomson, founder of the Institute of Backyard Studies and author of Blokes and Sheds.
     
    Thomson is co-hosting a Men’s Breakfast for the Adelaide City Council on Friday 14 June, to talk about the type of programs and activities male residents want to see in Council-run libraries and community centres.
     
    “From state of the art technology to blacksmithing, it’s about making and having a sense of curiosity about the world…and that does require some space,” he says.
     The breakfast coincides with Men’s Health Week (10 – 16 June), and is open to all males living within the city boundary.

    Click here to read the full article on Inside Adelaide.

    As property sizes shrink to make way for greater urban density, communities are looking for places to make, tinker and talk, says Mark Thomson, founder of the Institute of Backyard Studies and author of Blokes and Sheds.
     
    Thomson is co-hosting a Men’s Breakfast for the Adelaide City Council on Friday 14 June, to talk about the type of programs and activities male residents want to see in Council-run libraries and community centres.
     
    “From state of the art technology to blacksmithing, it’s about making and having a sense of curiosity about the world…and that does require some space,” he says.
     The breakfast coincides with Men’s Health Week (10 – 16 June), and is open to all males living within the city boundary.

    Click here to read the full article on Inside Adelaide.