Victory for men and boys after sixth months’ correspondence by the Men and Boys Coalition results in bringing the Equalities and Human Rights Commission into the HPV Vaccination for boys campaign.
NHS England has published its Strategic Direction for Sexual Assault and Abuse Services, the document was produced in consultation with MBC member charity Survivors Manchester and stands as a landmark document for a gender-inclusive approach to survivor services.
In this second blog prepared for ‘Men and Boys Coalition’, Ulster University’s ‘Taking Boys Seriously’ research project outlines three key educational barriers for boys, and argues that the early identification of these barriers is crucial in terms of successfully addressing them.
Submissions to the Fathers in the Workplace inquiry made by the Coalition and our members are strongly reflected in recently published recommendations to support working dads.
Coalition secures victory on Government rough sleeping statistics after Government produces second skewed report on gender statistics of rough sleepers.
Coalition calls on the Equality and Human Rights Commission to demand the Department of Health ensures there is equality with regard to HPV vaccination for boys to ensure they comply with the Equality Act.
Gender stereotypes should not play a part in the sentencing of domestic violence cases, new guidelines have confirmed following pressure from Coalition member the ManKind Initiative.
A partnership including Coalition members Survivors Manchester, Mankind and SurvivorsUK, have launched the first ever quality standards for services supporting male survivors of sexual violence.
We are proud to announce that ‘Taking Boys Seriously – the next steps’, a research project by Ulster University, are the latest members of the Coalition. Here the project leads outline their plans to reveal best-practice approaches to tackling boys’ educational under-achievement.
A year ago, in November 2016, we announced the formation of the Men and Boys Coalition at a launch event in the Houses of Parliament. A year on, what difference has it made?