AMHF 2020 Men's Health Awards open for nominations

The Australian Men's Health Forum is calling for nominations for the 2020 Men's Health Awards. Tell us who you think deserves to win an Award for their work in men’s health. This year’s National Men’s Health Awards will be announced during Men's Health Week (Monday 15 June to Sunday 21 June).

 

The Australian Men's Health Forum is calling for nominations for the 2020 Men's Health Awards.

Tell us who you think deserves to win an Award for their work in men’s health.

This year’s National Men’s Health Awards will be announced during Men's Health Week (Monday 15 June to Sunday 21 June)

There are six categories in this year’s awards and we’re seeking nominations for each category from every State and Territory. You can make a suggestion today  using the links below.

Local Men's Health Hero Award 2020

This award is for an individual, male or female, who has made a significant difference by taking action to improve the lives and health of men and boys at a local level.

Who should win a Local Men’s Health Hero Award? Tell us what you think here

Best Men's Lived Experience Speaker 2020

The award is open to any man who has helped improve the lives and health of men and boys by sharing his own personal health story as a lived experience speaker or consumer health advocate.

Post your suggestion below and if you want to, add a picture and a few words about your nomination.

Who should win an award for Best Men's Lived Experience Speaker? Tell us what you think here

Best Men's Group or Program Award 2020

The award for Best Men's Group or Men's Program Award 2020 is open to any men's health group, large or small, who stands out for the way they are working to create a healthier future for men and boys.

Who should win an award for Best Men's Group or Program Award? Tell us what you think here

Men's Health Equity Award 2020

We are seeking nominations for an individual, group or program that is making their community better for everyone by working to improve the lives and health of priority populations of men and boys.

These include Indigenous men and boys; males who identify as LGBTI+; re socio-economically disadvantaged men and boys; rural and remote men and boys; men and boys living with disabilities (including mental illness); culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) men and boys; socially isolated men and boys; men who are veterans and men and boys in the criminal justice system.

Who should win a Men's Health Equity Award 2020? Tell us what you think here

Women Working in Men’s Health Award

The award is open to women (or groups of women) working in the men’s health sector, who have made a signification contribution to improving the lives and health of men and boys.

Shortlisted candidates will be considered for a State and Territory award with the winners competing for this year's national awards. 

Who should win a Women Working in Men’s Health Award 2020? Tell us what you think here.

Significant Response to COVID-19?

We are seeking nominations for any individual, group or program that has responded effectively to the impact of COVID-19 on the lives and health of men and boys. This can include people on the frontline, working with men at risk of coronavirus, through to groups responding to the social and mental health impacts of the pandemic and people adapting to the challenge of social distancing by delivering initiatives online.

Who should win the Significant Response to COVID-19 Health Award? Tell us what you think here. 

If you have trouble making a nomination, please email kim@amhf.org.au with details and a photo. 

View last year's winners. 

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