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MBC launches campaign for a National Strategy on Intimate Violence Against Men and Boys

After many months of hard work by our co-founder and Chair, Ally Fogg, we are very excited to announce the official launch of our campaign for a National Strategy on Intimate Violence Against Men and Boys.

The inadequate provision for and recognition of male victims of intimate violence, such as rape, domestic abuse and forced marriage, is one of the core issues that led to the formation of the Men and Boys Coalition, as well as something that is central to the work of many of our members who support male survivors.

This campaign and briefing paper is the result of several years of thinking and engagement with experts, charities and survivors, on how to secure policy solutions to the scandalous second-class status of male victims of these devastating crimes.

Please follow the links below for a full explanation of the campaign and why it is so necessary.

http://www.menandboyscoalition.org.uk/ivamb-strategy/

http://www.menandboyscoalition.org.uk/faq/

We invite you to join us in calling upon the UK government to adopt a National Strategy on Intimate Violence Against Men and Boys.

To support this campaign, please visit and add your name to our change.org petition, tell your friends, family and colleagues, and share it on your social media.

If you are a professional, academic or NGO working in the field of intimate violence or the men’s sector, please email dan@menandboyscoalition.org.uk and I will add your name to the endorsements on the campaign page.