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Jonny Gould

Jonny Gould is a charismatic broadcaster, event host and entrepreneur. His journalistic career continues at Sky News and the BBC as a news commentator and sports pundit and as an ambassador for Striker Boy, a mental health awareness campaign with MIND, in memory of his friend …

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Graham Goulden

Graham Goulden is a retired Police Officer.  Throughout his thirty years as a Scottish police officer he was all too aware of the challenges faced by boys and men alike.  In his last years he worked with the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) supporting the work …

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Winston Goode

Winston fell into a career working with children and young people when he was just a teenager himself. Inspired at a youth club led by one of London’s major charitable housing trusts, he quickly developed a deep passion for youth work. This resolve stuck with him …

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Dr Mike Hartill

Dr Hartill is a reader in the Sociology of Sport at Edge Hill University. His principal area of research is child sexual exploitation and his work has particularly focused on the abuse of boys in sport and the critical study of gender, masculinity and athleticism. He …

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Dr Robin Hadley

My PhD (Keele University, Social Gerontology, 2015) examined the experiences of involuntarily childless older men. My previous careers include counsellor, deputy technical manager and scientific and technical photographer (31 years, The University of Manchester), kitchen assistant, and bar person. My training as a counsellor and own …

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Dr Ben Hine

Dr Ben Hine is a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of West London and a chartered member of the British Psychological Society (BPS). Dr Hine is interested in a number of gendered issues, concerning both men and women and specialises his research in attitudes …

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Alex F Martin

Alex is a research student in the Developmental Psychopathology Lab, King’s College London, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience. Her current research examines the protective role of father behaviour for children in vulnerable circumstances, with a focus on how fathers can reduce the risk of children …

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Neil Lyndon

Neil Lyndon (b. 1946) has been writing on men’s and boy’s social and political issues for more than 25 years. In The Independent in 1989, he was the first journalist to draw attention to the alarming suicide rate among men. Likewise, in The Sunday Times in 1991, he …

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Dr Anna Machin

Dr. Anna Machin is an evolutionary anthropologist based at the University of Oxford.  Her research explores what happens to a man neurobiologically, physiologically, psychologically and behaviourally when he becomes a father and how he both forms an attachment to his child and contributes to their development. …

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