Bring Jeff Perera to:
Talk to boys and young men about ideas of gender and healthier possibilities of manhood.
Speak with University and College students on mindful masculinities and being part of change in the campus community.
Address community leaders, organizations, athletics department, or male role models on striving to be a male ally.
Give a keynote talk at your summit or conference on mindful manhood and leadership, accountability, and being the lesson in action.
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Jeff will deliver an inspiring and engaging multimedia talk or session for your organization, community or campus space. Let’s inspire new ideas of manhood where we live, work, study, worship or play!
Watch Jeff’s latest TEDx talk ‘The Ladder of Manhood’ a meditation on the shrinking circle of violence, the pursuit of identity, healthy vs. toxic masculinity, and how too many men are fluent in the language of violence.
Watch Jeff’s first TEDx talk ‘Words Speak Louder Than Actions‘ exploring the power of our words, the impact we all make, and the impact we CAN make!
About Jeff Perera
Jeff has delivered keynotes, talks and workshops for tens of thousands of people from all walks of life (from organizations and community spaces, to grade school, high school, college and university students) on how society’s unattainable and warped concepts of masculinity impact people of all genders. He has delivered two TEDx talks on Masculinity and men’s troubled pursuits of identity: Words Speak Louder Than Actions and The Ladder of Manhood. Jeff started Higher Unlearning as an online space to explore how ideas of gender and masculinity impact us in everyday life.
Jeff previously worked at White Ribbon, organized dozens of gender/masculinity-related events, founded the annual ‘What Makes a Man’ Conference and was event director for the first TEDxWomen event in Toronto, Canada. He was named to Racism Free Ontario’s Top 100 Person of Colour list spotlighting anti-racism activists.
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