EQUALITY 4 MEN

The Global Campaign for Men and Boys

TAKE ACTION: Lobby your MP to put the MAN in their Manifesto

Do you think your MP is doing enough to improve the lives of men and boys in the UK? If not, then why don’t you ask them what they’re going … Continue reading

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Challenge 1: How will you improve men and boys’ health?

Men in the UK die four years sooner than women on average. This unequal life expectancy gap varies enormously from region to region and there are many towns, cities and … Continue reading

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Challenge 2: How will you help boys do better at school?

The level of education we attain can help determine how well we do in many other areas of life such as career, prosperity, health, happiness and personal safety. Boys are … Continue reading

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Challenge 4: How will you reduce male suicide?

There is probably no starker or more undeniable indicator of the inequalities that men and boys face than the high male suicide rate. Male suicide is a global problem with … Continue reading

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Challenge 3: How will you help more fathers be involved dads?

Boys and girls with involved fathers tend to grow up healthier, wealthier and happier on average. We know, for example, that when dad’s around, children do better at school in … Continue reading

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Challenge 5: How will you tackle crime involving men and boys?

High crime rates make everyone feel unhappy and unsafe. Men and boys are more likely to commit crime, more likely to be victims of crime and more likely to be … Continue reading

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Challenge 6: How will you reduce violence involving men and boys?

In recent decades there has been a growing focus on tackling violence against women and girls, but no such focus on helping men and boys. And yet globally, men and … Continue reading

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