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Men making music and memories in a Shed

More than 1200 men’s sheds operate in Australia and over 2500 in 12 countries. 

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Doing it Tough round table outlines effective ways of engaging with men

Three male-friendly services share insights into what works when engaging men.

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Men’s Tables Having Significant Impact in Men’s Lives Reports annual survey

An annual survey on the impact Men’s Tables are having on participants shows an overwhelming benefit for men choosing to meet regularly over a meal to support one another.

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Prostate cancer cases will double over the next 20 years globally, predicts Lancet study

The largest study of its kind on prostate cancer has predicted a surge in the number of cases worldwide by 2040.

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Celebrating and Exploring Men’s Wellbeing in WA

Nominations for WA’s inaugural Men’s Wellbeing Awards will close on Friday, 5 April 2024.

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Practical advice on prostate cancer delivered through new online toolkit

Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia has developed an online Prostate Cancer Toolkit service.

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Social prescribing of men’s sheds: an antidote to loneliness

A leading Welsh men’s mental health organisation has collaborated with Men’s Sheds to create a poignant video on the benefits of joining a men’s group.

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Mentoring Men’s mission receives community funding boost

Mentoring Men, a not-for-profit mental health enterprise that provides one-to-one life mentoring, has received a $22,000 grant from Calderwood Valley Seedling Fund & Community Enterprise Foundation™.

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Men who care sought for University of Sydney study

A University of Sydney research project wants to hear from men who provide care and support to people with long-term health conditions.

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A look inside the new men’s shelter in North-West Tasmania

A state-of-the art men’s shelter opened last week in Devonport, providing a comfortable home-like environment for men who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

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