Survivors Manchester pledges to support the Year of The Male, in what is our 5th Anniversary of supporting boys and men to become the individuals they choose to be. We make a commitment to continuing to speak out to ensure that the needs of men and boys' are being met in the provision of public services, specifically with regards to those males dealing with the impact of sexual violation, and to stand up for those that have not yet found their voice. And finally, we make a guarantee that the whole team at Survivors Manchester will challenge the myths and stereotypes that keep boys and men suffering in silence and educate society to #breakthesilence
Read here about pledges made in support of the Charter for Contemporary Man.
We want to reach out to Veterans, Reservists and Families who need help, before it is too late. There is no need to wait to get better. Help and recovery is possible and available NOW.
Our pledge is to find out find out how the services provided by the University could better serve the needs of our male students.
We will continue to make the case for Europe-wide and national organisations to take action to improve the health of men and boys. In 2014, we will focus particularly on men's use of primary care services and their excess burden of cancer. We will work closely with organisations with similar objectives in the UK and other countries in Europe. EMHF is the only European NGO dedicated to the improvement of men’s health in all its aspects. Its mission is to improve men’s health across all countries in Europe by promoting collaboration between organisations and individuals on the development of health-related policies, research, education and prevention programmes.
We will stage Men's MOT Week in April 2014 - a week dedicated to encouraging men to stay aware of their health and address any concerns, whether its stress, burnout, back pain or an undiagnosed lump by visiting their doctor, having a spa treatment or simply talking to a friend. We will be running a week of blog articles talking about men's physical and mental health and promoting the week to our 320,000 customers. We are doing this to encourage men to look after themselves and will be working with the Campaign Against Living Miserably on specific content around men's mental wellbeing. Spabreaks is the UK's largest spa recommendation service, sending more than 2500 people on spa days and breaks. In a wider context, we pride ourselves on spreading a message of accessible health and wellbeing.
We will be working intensively in North London and Birmingham doing "anger management", more appropriately called emotional regulation, at weekends with men and women who are or who have been violent and or aggressive and or abusive to a partner or former partner - Early intervention and with a concentrated effort on parents of young children.We deliver intensive, therapeutic courses in closed groups for men and women. Many men (and some women) get separated from their children and their families, most often because they have not developed enough skills to manage their side of an intimate relationship. We teach and train many of the skills and address the problem areas and emotions.
To continue raising the issues surrounding male genital cutting with special emphasis on the psychological consequences.
We will get men talking about the four Charter calls, getting involved in projects and actively campaigning to bring about change by growing conversations through groups and gatherings. MB50 is a collaborative community for men of our age, welcoming and sharing stories, resources and events, and enabling happy, aware and fulfilled lives as we grow together and bring about positive change in the world. It offers groups, gatherings and growing conversations, both face-to-face and online, in which to hear and spread the voices of older men.
To help in any way I can to raise awareness of YOTM
We'll be working with a number of national organisations in Scotland to help them positively engage, support, and empower men to become the best fathers they can be. We'll also be supporting individuals working with children & families through peer support groups and best practice / networking workshops. Fathers Network Scotland is a small Scottish charity supported as a strategic partner by the Scottish Government. We are working to promote the physical, mental and emotional health of fathers in Scotland, by raising awareness and increasing understanding of the importance of fathers in child development and parenting.