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New campaign: “Real Men Get Raped”

The charity SurvivorsUK is undertaking a major advertising campaign after Metropolitan Police figures revealed that one man every hour in London is the victim of sexual crime. Official government estimates state that at most 11% of male victims report their

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Equalities minister blanks UK men’s groups

Lynne Featherstone, the Home Office  minister with responsibility for equality has responded to a letter form nearly 100 men’s groups in the UK – with silence. The Lib-Dem MP took 12 weeks to officially say nothing in response to a

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Letter From Home Office To The Men’s Network

 Direct Communications Unit   2 Marsham Street, London  SW1P 4DF Switchboard 020 7035 4848    Fax: 020 7035 4745 Textphone: 020 7035 4742 E-mail: public.enquiries@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk   Website: http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk Mr Glen Poole Reference:  T19419/11 Dear Mr Poole, Thank you for your e-mail of

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January national round up of men’s stuff

There’s a whole host of trainings, conferences and events for people who care about improving the lives of men and boys in the UK coming up this year and we’d thought we’d share a handful with you today and if

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Do you want training to work with men?

The KLEAR project in Kirklees is offering  specialist training for professionals working with men and boys. The two-day training is on Tuesday 27th & Wednesday 28th March 2012 and is for people who want to look at new ways of

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Dads Group is back……….

If you haven’t been before or haven’t been for a while and would like the chance to experience our excellent Dads’ Group in 2012 then now’s the time to get date in your diary…… But why come along to Dads’

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Men’s Network wins funding for male cancer campaign

The Men’s Network has been awarded £1,100 of funding to raise awareness of cancer in Brighton & Hove. The Beat Male Cancer campaign will be headed by local testicular cancer survivor, Ryan Walshe, who established the Talking Testicles awareness-raising campaign

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