Men and Boys Coalition calls for a second time on the Chief Medical Officer to focus her Annual Report on men’s health, in order to match her previous report focusing on the health of women.
The Men and Boys Coalition has contributed to a Parliamentary inquiry into whether fathers are being fairly treated in the workplace and urged the inquiry to call members of the Coalition as expert witnesses.
The UK Statistics Authority “recognises concerns” of Men and Boys Coalition in response to a complaint over the exclusion of the number of male rough sleepers in an official report on the subject.
The Men and Boys Coalition has lodged an official complaint to the UK Statistics Authority regarding a Government report on rough sleeping that only included statistics on female rough sleepers, even though the overwhelming (88%) of rough sleepers are male.
The Men and Boys Coalition has today written to 21 leading Parliamentarians and provided them with a copy of the coalition briefing note: Reform of Sex and Relationships Education in UK Schools.
The fourth annual Male Psychology Conference is taking place in London on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th of June and is currently looking for submissions from a range of academic disciplines on issues of particular relevant to men and boys.
The Men and Boys Coalition has written to all Police and Crime Commissioners in England to notify them of a £15m fund to support victims of domestic and sexual violence and urge them to consider placing bids to help male victims.
Latest edition of sector-leading international journal on men and boys issues features papers by members of the Men and Boys Coalition.
Since the launch of the Men and Boys Coalition, we have been featured across the national media, a huge thank you to all of our supporters and a wishing you a happy Christmas and here’s to an exciting New Year.
For many years now, political and media debates on PSHE/SRE have been heavily concentrated upon the circumstances and needs of girls and young women, the Men and Boys Coalition entirely share such concerns, however it is crucial that the needs and vulnerabilities of men and boys are also addressed. Here’s how.