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Tuesday
Nov032015

Helping Men Get Help | Glen Poole (UK)

COMING TO PARRAMATTA, MELBOURNE, NEWCASTLE, WOLLONGONG & DEVONPORT

Helping Men Get Help is a unique course that’s been designed for professionals who want to help more men and boys access public services and social projects. Designed and presenting by leading UK Men’s Health Consultant Glen Poole.

Who is HELPING MEN GET HELP for?

The course is designed for service providers in areas such as health promotion, parenting, education, social work, mental health, support groups, community workers and youth workers. The course if for anyone concerned with helping men and boys get better access to and outcomes from their existing services, or anyone interested in developing new services and projects for men and boys.

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Tuesday
Oct222013

Helping Men Get Help – the integral approach to helping men and boys get better outcomes

The Men’s Health Forum New South Wales Inc. invites you to 

Helping Men Get Help - the integral approach to helping men and boys get better outcomes 

Special Evening Talk by Glen Poole from the UK 

Tuesday October 29 6.30 pm - 8.30 pm 
The Ruby Room, 1st Floor 
The Castlereagh Club 199 Castlereagh Street Sydney 

Why are men all over the world less likely to access a wide range of support service from doctors to counsellors, from dentists to suicide help lines? 

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Monday
Jul302012

International Men's Day 2012 Theme Announced

INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY PRESS RELEASE – JANUARY 2012

HELPING MEN AND BOYS LIVE LONGER, HAPPIER, HEALTHIER LIVES

In the run up to International Men's Day 2012 (Monday 19th November) we're asking supporters of the day to focus on five key challenges that will help us improve the health and wellbeing of men and boys all over the world.

Some of the universal health issues that men and boys in all countries around the globe face include lower life expectancy, difficulty accessing mental health services, educational disadvantages, lack of male role models and tolerance of violence against men and boys.

To help us focus our collective minds upon helping men and boys live longer, happier, healthier lives, the five key challenges that the International Men's Day team is inviting men and women all over the world to address are:

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Saturday
Jan012011

Giving boys the best possible start in life: 2011 International Men's Day

In 2011 Men and Women from more than 40 countries are calling on people around the world to unite and focus on “Giving Boys The Best Possible Start In Life”. Organizers of International Men’s Day (www.international-mens-day.com ), which is celebrated annually across the globe, are inviting individuals and organisations to consider how we can improve the way the world supports boys in the run up to the next International Men’s Day on Saturday 19th November 2011. Organizers are promising the biggest boys’ weekend the world has ever seen as the worldwide observance of International Men’s Day shares a 48-hour partnership with Universal Children’s Day on Sunday, 20 November 2011 and is endorsed by the United Nations. International Men’s Day 2011 is asking people around the world to focus on five key challenges that boys all the over the world experience in areas of health, education, family life, violence and life choices and consider how we can all come up with local solutions to the global problems that boys face.

Thursday
Nov222007

A fair and equal society for boys and men?

pdf MACKAY COMMUNITY CONSULTATION EVENTS, MON 21 APRIL

pdf BRISBANE COMMUNITY CONSULTATION EVENT, TUE 22 APRIL

With Elizabeth Broderick, Sex Discrimination Commissioner and Commissioner responsible for Age Discrimination.

Have your say on building a fair and equal society for women and men in Australia.

The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) invites you join HREOC’s new Sex Discrimination Commissioner and Commissioner responsible for Age Discrimination, Elizabeth Broderick, for three community consultations.

These consultations are part of Commissioner Broderick's national Listening Tour. The Listening Tour is an opportunity for people all over Australia to make their voices heard on the issues that matter to them.

Download a promotional flyer here (Mackay) or here (Brisbane).

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