Our office is growing once more: 26-year old Robert Lutz (left) and 33-year old Nicolas Zogg (right) have joined the männer.ch/masculinities.ch team. This means we now have four employees working the equivalent hours of two full-time positions.
Nicolas Zogg holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Science and, as a recent father, brings diversive work and life experience. He worked on various environmental projects, created a violence prevention project, supported asylum seekers at a processing center, and worked as a gardener. Additionally, he has always shared household and caregiving responsibilities and on up to three days per work week. As our new Embassador, Nicolas will be responsible for online and offline communication with current and future members of männer.ch/masculinities.ch as well as support our political advocacy.
Robert Lutz has a Master’s degree in Philosophy and Social Policy from American University in Washington, DC. His research concentration was feminist ethics, and he has already garnered experience at several NGOs in organizational management and political advocacy. Additionally, he facilitated dialogue groups on gender topics for three years. Robert will advance the development of the MenCare program at männer.ch/masculinities.ch and serve as Project Manager. Born in Germany but bilingual in German and English, Robert will also work to strengthen the involvment of männer.ch/masculinities.ch in international networks. “I have always wanted to dedicate my professional life to advancing gender equality and men’s issues. I am excited to be able to do this at männer.ch/masculinities.ch from now on.”
A total of four employees work for the männer.ch/masculinities.ch office, sharing the equivalent hours of two full-time positions.
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Independence comes at a price: the political work of männer.ch is financed by its members for the most part. This is part of why we have to be able to rely on a strong base of supporters. But, most of all, we see ourselves as the political arm of a social movement that needs broad support, so that our directions will always be critically interrogated and correspond to the needs of our members. By the way: women, couples, and businesses can become members of männer.ch too!