The Home Office is now undertaking a review of their Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, this is a crucial moment to make our voices heard.
UK Stats Authority has supported a complaint by MBC over the misleading use of the phrase “overwhelming majority” to refer to the proportion of DV victims who are female.
Coalition calls on the EHRC to clarify its views on male victims of domestic abuse after submissions to Parliament appear to create a ‘hierarchy of victims’.
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.
Thirty of Britain’s leading experts in abuse recovery, child protection and men’s health have called upon Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders to reaffirm her commitment to addressing the needs of all victims of intimate and sexual violence.
Schedule0900 – Registration, Tea, Coffee & Pastries.0930 – Introductions and welcomes: Ally Fogg, Chair, Men and Boys Coalition.0945 – Professor Alan White: Men’s Health, the Journey So Far.1010 – PANEL: Building the Campaign for a Men’s Health Strategy, with Martin Tod, Peter Baker, Dr Noel Stephenson, …
Safeguarding Minister Sarah Dines MP made claims in response to a written question on the classification of male victims of sexual violence which require a immediate response.
The Men and Boys Coalition is delighted to announce the addition of three new sector-leading Trustees to the Board.
While welcoming some necessary, overdue revisions, the Coalition is profoundly disappointed by the many shortcomings of the Home Office statement.
For our March MBC Friday Session, we were joined by Mark Brooks OBE, who explained how the APPG works and why this matters for men and boys in the UK.