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Men of Bourke play key role in successful Maranguka Justice Reinvestment Project

The Maranguka Justice Reinvestment Project in Bourke, NSW, has been identified as one of eight case studies where organisations and individuals are making significant impacts to enrich the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and youth.

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100K grant to support Aboriginal men’s health in Gunnedah

The NSW Government has allocated $100,000 funding to a new program for Indigenous men in Gunnedah, which will be run by the Min Min Aboriginal Corporation.

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A new way out: More Cultural Rehabs Less Jail program making an impact

After 15 years in prison, proud Wiradjuri man Jeff Amatto knows too well the failure of the correctional system in Australia to rehabilitate men who have fallen on tough times.

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NT announces $100k funding for men's programs

The Northern Territory Government has announced $100,000 funding to support programs that improve the health and emotional wellbeing of Territorian men. 

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More funding needed to fight prostate cancer say experts

Prostate cancer continues to receive less funding than other major cancers according to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA).

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Health services failing male victims of child sexual abuse, says industry leader

Craig Hughes-Cashmore, guest speaker at the newly established National Men’s Lived Experience of Suicide Network, says mental health services are under-equipped to identify and deal with male victims of child sexual abuse who are at risk of suicide. 

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First Nations People advocate Thomas Mayo headlines Fatherhood Symposium

Torres Strait Islander man Thomas Mayo is a keynote speaker at the 2023 Australian Fatherhood Research Symposium, running from May 4-5 in Melbourne.

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New online course for First Nations fathers

A powerful new video about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander fathers is the centrepiece of a new online course that breaks down dominant stereotypes and supports First Nations dads.

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Time to ask men, R U OK?

R U OK? Day 2022 takes place on Thursday 8 September and it’s a great opportunity to reach out to the men in our lives and ask ‘are you okay?’

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Leading Men’s Health in the Northern Territory

In the Northern Territory, the 2022 Men's Health Awards highlighted individuals and organisations who are committed to taking action in the men’s health sector.

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