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Kenny Mammarella-D’Cruz

Kenny Mammarella-D’Cruz is the “Man Whisperer” (Newsweek) who helps men achieve their life, relationship and career goals. As a personal development consultant, Kenny runs workshops and sees individuals and couples for private consultations. He’s been running men’s groups in London for over 13 years and now …

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Martin Daubney MEP

Martin Daubney is an award-wining editor, journalist and broadcaster. He was the longest-serving editor of Loaded magazine until fatherhood dragged him into the real world. He now educates teenagers on the potential dangers of online pornography and its role in sexual consent. Martin was elected as …

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Roger Evans

Roger Evans served as the Deputy Mayor of London, working closely with Conservative Mayor Boris Johnson until his retirement in May 2016. During his tenure Roger was responsible for building links to business, hosting major events in Trafalgar Square and deputising for the Mayor at key …

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Ally Fogg

Ally Fogg is a writer and journalist who has written extensively on men and boys’ issues for the Guardian and many other national and international media outlets. His work has always closely involved social and political activism, with many years in the not-for-profit and charitable sectors, …

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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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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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Ian McNicholl

Ian McNicholl is a male survivor of domestic abuse and Ambassador for the ManKind Initiative. He speaks regularly at conferences, in the media and at universities about how we became a victim and then a survivor, and, how society and statutory agencies can better support male victims.