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Report

The Men's Table Ripple Effect

 

This report builds upon our previous evaluation projects about the positive impacts of The Men’s Table on the lives of men who sit at Tables.

In this report, we hear the voices of significant women in the lives of men who sit at Tables; spouses, intimate partners, sisters, daughters, friends and workmates. We see how the positive impacts of The Men’s Table ripple out beyond the lives of men who sit at Tables to the women in their lives, their families, friends, communities and broader society.

We wanted to better understand why women refer men to The Men’s Table and other gender based groups that they cannot participate in themselves, and verify the impacts on relationships that men at Tables report as a benefit of sitting at their Table.

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Cover of The Men's Table Ripple Effect report, shows an extended family standing on a beach with their arms around each other watching the sun set.
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    Adapted model of Bronfenbrenner’s (1979) ecological systems theory and Kloos et al. (2021)
    ecological levels of analysis – the structure of this evaluation report.