Working With Men is a charity doing incredible work engaging with marginalised young men on a range of issues, including violence, fatherhood and education. Here the charity’s Chief Executive, Shane Ryan, discusses why it’s ground-breaking for a men and boys’ charity to win a gender diversity award, their Manifesto for Men and the important work that lays ahead during their 10th Anniversary year.
Why work on men’s issues? The most extraordinary thing about this subject is that we should have to ask this question at all, says clinical psychologist Martin Seager.
– This is article #26 in our series of #100Voices4Men and boys
Why are male victims of domestic violence more likely to suffer in silence? One man explains why he kept the problem to himself.
—This is article #23 in our series of #100Voices4Men and boys
Improving the health of men and boys is a surprisingly complicated task involving problems, paradigms and gender politics, according to men’s health specialist Paul Hopkins.
—This is article #21 in our series of #100Voices4Men and boys