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Movember report highlights the impact of poor men’s health on everyone

Movember's newly created Institute of Men’s Health has released a comprehensive report called ‘The Real Face of Men’s Health’ which focuses on the impact of gender on health. 

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NAIDOC Loud and Proud: 5 Indigenous men's health projects 

National NAIDOC Week will be held across the country from Sunday, July 7th, to Sunday, July 14th, 2024, to celebrate and recognise the history, culture, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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Grants awarded to support safe spaces for Northern Territory men

The NT Labor Government has awarded grants to 15 projects that recognise the important role of men’s places.

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Two Indigenous young men help NT youth turn their lives around

Two young men from the Tiwi Islands, 90km north of Darwin, have turned around their lives and are now helping others do the same through their One Percent Program.

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Movember to fund Indigenous Men’s Health Initiatives

Movember is seeking expressions of interest for its new Indigenous Men’s Health: A Community Empowerment Initiative that will provide annual funding of up to AUD $700,000 per applicant for five years.

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Indigenous fathers build strong communities: here's how we can better support them

When approaching how to support the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, there is a tendency in favour of strengthening and empowering mothers, rather than fathers.

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SMS4DeadlyDads supports First Nations Fathers

The text-support service for dads – SMS4Dads – is expanding to support First Nations fathers facing pregnancy loss, stillbirth or neonatal death, as well as providing information for soon-to-be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dads. 

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Aussie-Fit program adapted for rural and remote blokes

“Men residing in rural areas are less likely to participate in weight management interventions than women, and few men-specific programs target rural areas,” concludes a new study published in BMC Health.

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Men’s bush trips connect Aboriginal men to support networks

Regular bush trips for indigenous men in the Goldfields, WA, are supporting men to change their behaviour and access services they had no idea existed.

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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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