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SBS TV Insight – upcoming program on sexual harassment in the workplace wants men’s voices

April 23, 2015
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SBS TV Insight – upcoming program on sexual harassment in the workplace wants men’s voices


SBS Television’s Insight program is putting together a show on sexual harassment in the workplace. So far they've heard from a lot of women about their thoughts on sexual harassment; what do men think? Where do you draw the line? Have you ever experienced it? Or been accused of it yourself? They are keen to...
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EMALE Issue 134 (May 2014)

May 1, 2014
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EMALE Issue 134 (May 2014)

In this month's issue: Households struggle between pay days Airline child seating policies: all men are not potential paedophiles Male Menopause: No longer a myth by Jed Diamond men’s health services TRAINING PROGRAMS news briefs Men, Unemploym...
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Posted in Discrimination, E-Male, Elders, Gender & Masculinities, Newsletters, Suicide & Self-Harm, Topics & Issues, Unemployment, Work, Work-Life Balance | No Comments »

EMALE Issue 134 (May 2014)

May 1, 2014
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EMALE Issue 134 (May 2014)

In this month's issue: Households struggle between pay days Airline child seating policies: all men are not potential paedophiles Male Menopause: No longer a myth by Jed Diamond men’s health services TRAINING PROGRAMS news briefs Men, Unemploym...
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Posted in Discrimination, E-Male, Elders, Gender & Masculinities, Newsletters, Suicide & Self-Harm, Topics & Issues, Unemployment, Work, Work-Life Balance | No Comments »

Men, Unemployment and Suicide: Australia 2014. A Social and Political Issue – NOT a ‘Mental Health’ Diagnosis

April 19, 2014
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Men, Unemployment and Suicide: Australia 2014. A Social and Political Issue – NOT a ‘Mental Health’ Diagnosis

By Anthony Smith, Industry Partner to the NHMRC Center for Research Excellence in Suicide Prevention (CRESP). This Paper is an extension of an earlier Paper from 2012. A summarised version of the 2012 Paper was published in the Report Obsessive Hope...
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Posted in Online Resources, Resources, Resources: Suicide & Self-Harm, Resources: Unemployment, Resources: Work, Suicide & Self-Harm, Topics & Issues, Unemployment, Work | No Comments »

The 45 + Program – a new program to help re-employ mature-aged men

October 10, 2013
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The 45 + Program – a new program to help re-employ mature-aged men

A unique new program designed and delivered by mature-aged men to help re-employ mature-aged men is now available. A Pilot for the Program has been conducted this year in both metropolitan and regional areas of Victoria. The 45 + Program Pilot was part...
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Posted in Aged Services, Elders, Employment Services, Male-Friendly Services, Services, Services: National, Services: VIC, Topics & Issues, Unemployment, Work | No Comments »

MensWatch – Male Peer Support Training Program

May 14, 2013
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MensWatch – Male Peer Support Training Program

Enables men to support other men in their workplace, organisation or community. Trains men with knowledge and skills to support other men experiencing challenges with personal, relationship or mental health issues. Equips men to take action to prevent ...
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Posted in Community Services, Courses, Male-Friendly Services, Occupational Health & Safety, Services, Services: National, Topics & Issues, Training Programs, Work, Workplace Mentoring, Workplace Services | No Comments »

MensWatch – Male Peer Support Training Program

May 14, 2013
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MensWatch – Male Peer Support Training Program

Enables men to support other men in their workplace, organisation or community. Trains men with knowledge and skills to support other men experiencing challenges with personal, relationship or mental health issues. Equips men to take action to prevent ...
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Posted in Community Services, Courses, Male-Friendly Services, Occupational Health & Safety, Services, Services: National, Topics & Issues, Work, Workplace Mentoring | No Comments »

The other gender divide: where men are losing out | guardian.co.uk

May 6, 2013
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The other gender divide: where men are losing out | guardian.co.uk

The feminist movement is working to tackle misogyny and its many harmful consequences, but should it address misandry, the male equivalent, too? Photograph: Tim Wimborne/Reuters It's difficult to deny that women suffer more than men as a result of thei...
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Posted in Boys' Education, Criminal Justice & Gaols, Discrimination, Domestic (Intimate Partner) Violence, Feminism, Gender Equity, Occupational Health & Safety, Suicide & Self-Harm, Topics & Issues, Unemployment, Violence, Work | No Comments »

EMALE Issue 121 (April 2013)

April 1, 2013
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EMALE Issue 121 (April 2013)

In this month's issue: USA launches men’s health & wellbeing framework men’s health week 2013 launched UK & Australian professionals reveal reasons men don’t get help Negative Health Effects of Your Desk Job men’s health...
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Posted in Conferences & Symposia, E-Male, Events: Men's Health, Events: National, Events: QLD, Health Promotion, Help-Seeking Behaviours, International Perspectives, Men's Health Week, Newsletters, Occupational Health & Safety, Topics & Issues, Work | No Comments »

EMALE Issue 121 (April 2013)

April 1, 2013
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EMALE Issue 121 (April 2013)

In this month's issue: USA launches men’s health & wellbeing framework men’s health week 2013 launched UK & Australian professionals reveal reasons men don’t get help Negative Health Effects of Your Desk Job men’s health...
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Posted in Conferences & Symposia, E-Male, Events: Men's Health, Events: National, Events: QLD, Health Promotion, Help-Seeking Behaviours, International Perspectives, Men's Health Week, Newsletters, Occupational Health & Safety, Topics & Issues, Work | No Comments »

Living Outback (new radio series on PBA FM and live streaming)

March 13, 2013
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Living Outback (new radio series on PBA FM and live streaming)

Rural and remote communities are at the centre of the mythology and cultural ethos of Australia. Most of us have indulged nostalgic and sentimental thoughts of the outback and life in the bush – helped along perhaps by a film we’ve seen. B...
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Book review of “The Good Men Project: Real Stories From the Frontline of Manhood” by K.C. Glover

January 31, 2013
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Book review of “The Good Men Project: Real Stories From the Frontline of Manhood” by K.C. Glover

David Gilmore in his expertly crafted study of masculinity, Manhood in the Making: Cultural Concepts of Masculinity (1992), points out that manhood is nearly ubiquitous in the cultures of the world. Very early on in his book, Gilmore introduces us to the Fox Indians, one of the aboriginal peoples of North America, whose word for manhood translates...
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Workplace gender equality: call for public comments

January 16, 2013
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Workplace gender equality: call for public comments

The Acting Minister for the Status of Women, Jenny Macklin, today called for public comment to help develop the next stage of the Australian Government’s landmark workplace gender equality reforms. The introduction of the Workplace Gender Equalit...
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SLIMS and the decline of partnering in Australia

January 8, 2013
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SLIMS and the decline of partnering in Australia

This is an edited version of a research paper by Prof. Bob Birrell, Virgonia Rapson, and Clare Hourigan, of the Monash University Centre for Population and Urban Research for the Australian Family Association written in March 2004. Their insights are still very current today. 

Economic changes over the past 20 years have conspired to create...
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Posted in Boys' Education, Education Outcomes, Family Law & Divorce, Relationships & Marriage, Topics & Issues, Work | No Comments »

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency once again ‘finds’ wage discrimination without evidence

January 5, 2013
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The Workplace Gender Equality Agency once again ‘finds’ wage discrimination without evidence

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has once again appeared to 'find' wage discrimination without supporting evidence. We have covered this issue previously here. Thankfully this time around Graduate Careers Australia, the research body that ea...
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EMALE Issue 118 (January 2013)

January 1, 2013
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EMALE Issue 118 (January 2013)

In this month's issue: is being a bit overweight all that bad for you? keeping your mind young and alert engaging men national training seminar SLIMS and the decline of partnering in Australia The Real Reason Men Die Sooner and Live Sicker news briefs ...
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