International Men’s Day Jingle Competition

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To mark International Men’s Day 2012, the Division of Gender Relations and International Men’s Day Planning Committee has organized a jingle competition.
Members of the public are asked to display their creativity and compose a jingle which will be used to promote International Men’s Day which is being observed on November 19th.

International Men’s Day is intended to draw attention to men’s and boys’  health, improve gender relations, promote gender equality and highlight   positive male role models. It is also an occasion to highlight discrimination against men and boys and to celebrate their achievements and contributions,  in particular their contributions to community, family, marriage and child   care.

The winning jingle should reflect the theme for International Men’s Day 2012,  HELPING MEN AND BOYS LIVE LONGER, HAPPIER, HEALTHIER LIVES. The theme focuses   on five key challenges that will help improve the health and wellbeing of men and boys all over the world:

Ten Thousand Men March in 2011 saw less than 1000 show up

1. Improving Men’s Life Expectancy
2. Increasing access to mental health services
3. Improving boys’ education
4. Tackling tolerance of violence against men and boys
5. Promoting fathers and male role models

The jingle sound bed can be downloaded from the Face Book Page LUCIAN MEN MARCH and all information including terms and conditions are also posted on   this page.

The winner of this Jingle Competition will receive a Lenovo 7 inch Lepad A1   16G Tablet. The deadline for entries for the competition is Tuesday at 11:59   pm, October 30th, 2012 by MP3 to email address fourya2000@gmail.com. The   prize giving will take place at the Lucian Men March at the Mindoo Phillip   Park on Sunday November 18th, 2012.

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