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The Mankind Project UK and Ireland

Our mission 

The ManKind Project focuses on supporting all men to establish and pursue their own life purpose and nurture their emotional wellbeing. We do this by offering every man transformational experiences and supporting them in confidential peer facilitated men’s groups.

Who we are

The ManKind Project (MKP) is a global (22+ countries) brotherhood of nonprofit charitable organisations that conducts challenging and highly-rewarding programs for men at every stage of life. MKP is not affiliated with any religious practice or political party. We strive to be inclusive and affirming of cultural differences, especially with respect to colour, class, sexual orientation, faith, age, ability, ethnicity, and nationality.

MKP empowers men to missions of service, supporting men to make a difference in the lives of others – men, women, and children around the world. We help men through any transition, men at all levels of success, men facing almost any challenge.

What we offer

Our flagship transformational experience, is described by many as the most powerful men’s training available: New Warrior Training Adventure. The New Warrior Training Adventure is a challenging real-time hero’s journey. It’s safe, supportive and cutting edge. It is not a retreat, a conference or a workshop. Many men say that this experience was a turning point in their lives, an event that marks the beginning of a new way of being in the world. (65,000+ men have been on this programme around the world.)

Other trainings include Introduction to Men’s Groups, Leadership, Purpose and Mentoring.

We promote and encourage confidential peer-facilitated men’s groups,(900+ globally), a non-judgmental environment to be, and develop as a man; and help build a safer, more compassionate world.

For all men of UK and Ireland we desire each man to:

  • Live his life to be all that they want it to be
  • Be healthy in mind, body, and spirit, to feel valuable and powerful as a mature man in the world
  • Build a culture that is safe, supportive and vibrant for their spouses, partners, families, children and grandchildren
  • Build a safe and compassionate world for themselves, love ones — today and for the generations to come

Want to know more?

The easiest way to find out more is to talk to men and women whose lives have been impacted by The ManKind Project.

 If you would like to connect to people in your local area, please visit our website: 

Key contacts:

Laurence Johns — Training and Outreach Director:

Kenneth Moore — Board of Trustees, Vice Chair: