Timeline

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This is a timeline of selected notable events relevant to the MRM.

Date Event
5 January 1976 Family Court of Australia commences operation.
7 February 1992 First celebration of International Men's Day.
19 November 1999 International Men's Day celebrated on this date for the first time. The celebration was revived by Jerome Teelucksingh in Trinidad & Tobago.
22 July 2009 The avoiceformen.com domain is registered.
September 2012 Men's Rights Sydney founded.
31 December 2013 Initial launch of the project that would eventually become Wiki4Men.
26 April 2014 Men's Rights Australia founded.
23 May 2014 Isla Vista killings by Elliot Rodger; Feminists try to blame MRAs.
13 September 2014 Men's Rights Melbourne founded.
26-28 June 2014 ICMI14 - Detroit, US.
8-10 July 8-10 2016 ICMI16 - London, UK.
6 April 2017 Menz Summit, New Zealand
June 2017 Australian Men's Rights Association Inc founded.
9-11 July 2017 ICMI17 - Gold Coast, Australia.
6 April 2018 Menz Summit, New Zealand
June-July 2018 Widespread public calls for a Curfew for Men in Australia.
20-22 July 2018 ICMI18 - London, UK.
25 August 2018 March for Men, Melbourne held.
March 2019 Launch of Wiki4Men.
12 April 2019 Menz Summit, New Zealand
16-18 August 2019 ICMI19 - Chicago, US.
3 October 2019 White Ribbon Australia goes into liquidation.
4 November 2019 Q&A episode airs in Australia in which feminists openly call for violence against men. The episode was subsequently removed from streaming services by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Feminists can no longer claim the benefit of the doubt when asserting that feminism is a movement for gender equality.
22 November 2019 White Ribbon Australia brand purchased by Communicare.[1]
26 January 2020 Bettina Arndt became a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) "for significant service to the community as a social commentator and to gender equity through advocacy for men".
3 July 2020 Menz Summit, New Zealand.
14-19 November 2020 ICMI20 held as a virtual conference.
17 February 2021 Legislation merging the Family Court of Australia with the Federal Circuit Court of Australia passes in the Australian Senate and will become law when it is signed by the Govenor General of Australia in due course.[2]

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