The Global Campaign for Men and Boys
We know that some of the countries most vulnerable men and boys —such as those with mental health problems and learning disabilities; the long-term unemployed, the elderly, the homeless, those with long-term illnesses, those in care and leaving care—-have specific needs that aren’t always being adequately met.
Our systems of social care are often primed to consider the specific needs of women and girls but rarely consider the specific needs of men and boys as a distinct. Taking time to consider how we can better meet the needs of the most vulnerable men and boys will help us create a more civil and equitable society.
We invite all political parties to consider what action they take to support the most vulnerable men and boys in our society.
If you want information on the ideas explored in this post then you may want to buy our eBook Equality For Men by Glen Poole which you can download today for £10 via this link:
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