Are you running services for men and are looking for some new ideas? Or are you wanting to start a mens’ service but not sure how to begin?
Vaughan Bowie presents a workshop - Creating Men Friendly Places
See the attached flyer
Check this great website aimed at supporting workers and volunteers and the wider community to better understand how to support men experiencing homelessness and depression or anxiety. http://tuneinnow.com.au
Registrations Are Open
Men’s Health and Well-being is everyone’s business. This is the foundation on which the Australian Men’s Health Forum in conjunction with a consortium of leading agencies on the Central Coast of NSW will be hosting the 2015 Men’s Health Gathering.
With the theme of Sharing the Knowledge, the 2015 conference promises you an opportunity to contribute, debate and discuss the successful ways that we can all increase men’s health and well-being. Against the back-drop of the beautiful Central Coast, this conference is not to be missed.
Incorporating the 9th Aboriginal Men’s Health Conference and the 11th Australian Men’s Health Conference, the 2015 Men’s Health Gathering is open to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal men and women through participation as a delegate, or the submission of a conference paper.
Key benefits of the conference are:
The conference website will be launched in the coming months. In the interim, to register early visit our registration page here.
At the beginning of International Men's Health Week, a major new initiative was launched. Global Action on Men's Health official launched. See the press release here
We're not quite ready to be hosting events ourselves this year, so watch out for us next year.
There are plenty of good things going on this week though. Visit the men's health week website for information on event in Tassie.
Or get together with a few blokes for a coffee or a beer, or take the young lads out for a kick of the footie...
What ever you do, have a great week!
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Check out these two blokes on their road trip
The Age had a great article in the paper this past weekend, hi lighting the terrible and damning statistics of aboriginal youth suicide. Aboriginal boys and girls between 10 and 14 are at the highest risk, especially boys. The call is from Aboriginal elders to the Federal Government to act. See the article here.
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