IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD® facilitates a Global Dialogue on Fatherhood and Men’s Issues.
Diane A. Sears
Under Mr. Greaves’ leadership, observances of International Men’s Day have occurred at numerous correctional facilities. Diane A. Sears reports.
Emotional intelligence thought leader, author, and life coach Glenville Ashby, Ph.D.
MPADV to host Uganda’s National Father’s Day Event on 21 June 2017.
The false need to build walls marginalizes and penalizes groups of souls, denying everyone their uniqueness.
Can recurring flash mobs and donnybrooks be “policed” away to ensure economic vitality?
Diane A. Sears reviews a “teaching of peace” via the “For The Children Of The World” campaign.
How do we “teach peace’ to these 2.2. million souls who are confronted with violence in some form every day whether it be through social media, television, or on the streets of our neighborhoods?
Development of solutions-based tools to assist the needs of incarcerated souls who will pour into our communities once they are released from prison.
Because people do not emerge from the womb as disconnected souls with criminal intent. This initiative aims to reconnect them with soul, community, and family.
Diane A. Sears proposes that criteria for candidates seeking early release under the “humanitarian” component for Compassionate Release should be augmented to include non-medical eligibility requirements.
700,000 souls are released from correctional facilities in the US each year. One son’s mother begs us to care about undoing the torture happening behind bars before another life is lost.
Fathers worldwide are speaking with one voice. And the message they’re delivering is a powerful one.
Diane A. Sears, an advocate for men and father’s, recalls the last time she talked to her father
Diane A. Sears proposes to meet men halfway socially, emotionally, and respectfully.
A day dedicated to men should be celebrated by all men.