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Friday
Feb062015

6th National Australian Men’s Shed Association Conference

Conference Name: 2015 Australian Men's Shed Association 6th National Conference
Location: Newcastle, NSW
Date: 17 - 20 October 2015
Venue: Civic Precinct Newcastle
Theme: Innovation
Website: www.dcconferences.com.au/mensshed2015/

Description: This years’ theme “Innovation” will examine what sheds do on a day to day basis and focus on their future growth and development, whilst at the same time tackling the bigger picture issues such as the prevention of social isolation and engaging men within the community. Delegates will come from a broad spectrum of backgrounds, including "shedders", shed coordinators, health and aged care professionals, educators and policy makers.

Thursday
May012014

Join us for breakfast to raise awareness of men’s health (Melbourne)

Keynote speaker:

The Honourable Jeff Kennett AC, the founding Chairman of beyondblue; along with a panel of industry leaders from sports, business and entertainment.

Funds will go towards supporting the work of Foundation 49: Men’s Health.

When: Wednesday 11thJune 2014

Time: 7.30am – 9.00am

Registration: from 7.00am

Where: RACV Club, Level 17, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne, 3000

Ticket prices: Single ticket – $100, Tables of 10 – $1000 (GST incl.)

Sponsorships: Table sponsorship available at $1500 per table (GST incl.)

Booking: online – click here

Enquiries: phone (03) 9508 3549 or (03) 9508 1386 or email F49Businessbreakfast@cabrini.com.au

Wednesday
Nov142012

Save the date | 2013 National Men's Health Gathering

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The 2013 National Men’s Health Gathering will be held in Brisbane from the 22nd – 25th October at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Incorporating;

The 7th National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Male Health Convention
The 10th National Men’s Health Conference
The Inaugural Men and Vulnerable Families Forum

International speakers include:

Prof. Alan White, UK – the world’s first professor of Men’s Health
Mr. Richard Aston, NZ- chief executive of Big Buddy, a mentoring program for fatherless boys
Mr. David Bartlett, UK -deputy chief executive, Fatherhood Institute UK
Joe Puketapu, NZ – contracts manager, Te Hauora o Ngati Rarua

With special appearance by Troy Cassar-Daley

Troy is an advocate for the importance of a healthy family relationship. To see Troy’s message and the conference promotional video please visit www.workingwithmen.org.au

Download our save the date flyer

AMHF – Date Claimer 

Thursday
Nov012012

Movember and Sons: Open for Business

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OFFICIAL MO NEWS & CULTURE

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Movember 2012 has arrived and we're getting down to the raw hard truths of the past two years and taking a look, quite simply, at what it means to be a better man. 2012 is the year of Movember & Sons. The collective knowledge of generations gives us great power to avoid mistakes of the past, plan thoughtfully for the future and to become the best version of one’s self. Register and join the family business as a Moustache Merchant. Together, we can change the face of men's health.

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Wednesday
Jun272012

Regional Suicide Prevention Consultations: 10 July to 13 August 2012 (NSW)

The Hon. Mr Kevin Humphries MP, Minister for Mental Health, recently established the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Suicide Prevention as part of the implementation of the NSW Suicide Prevention Strategy 2010-2015.

Using the NSW Strategy as a reference point, the Minister has directed the Committee to undertake a series of community engagement and consultation workshops. The purpose of these workshops is to consult and work with communities to identify how locally based responses could be better supported to prevent acts of self harm and suicide as well as deal with the flow on impacts when these cases occur.

The workshops will concentrate on the current situation in relation to suicide and suicide prevention across NSW, with a particular focus on its unique impact within each region. Participants will be invited to discuss the specific needs required by each locality to reduce the incidence of suicide in their area, as well as how communities then wish to move forward in building awareness and preventing acts of self harm and suicide in the future.

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