For our April MBC Friday Session we were joined by Lee Townsend, Jay Perkins, Kevin Brazant and Tambo Silavwe — four leading advocates and practitioners supporting black men’s mental health.
Considering starting a career in education but don’t know where to begin? — this guest blog by Coalition members Male Childcare in Teaching Jobs tells you how.
Are you thinking of looking for a new job, have you considered working in Early Years? — this guest blog by Coalition members Male Childcare in Teaching Jobs explains why you should.
Although the importance of men in childcare is well recognised, less than 2% of the Early Years teaching workforce are men — this guest blog by Coalition members Male Childcare and Teaching Jobs shows why this needs to change.
Men and Boys Coalition Chair Ally Fogg spoke with Coalition member Natasha Devon on her LBC radio show, outlining MBC’s response to the Home Office statement on male victims of domestic and sexual violence, entitled ‘Supporting male victims of crimes considered violence against women and girls’. …
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.
Rape survivor and campaigner, Finlay McFarlane, spoke for our MBC Friday Sessions series about his work calling for an Ending Intimate Violence Against Men and Boys Strategy.
The APPG on Issues Affecting Men and Boys calls for a Men’s Health Strategy for England, after hearing evidence from experts, including MBC co-founder Glen Poole, and Coalition members Andy’s Man Club and Dr John Barry.