The guidelines for work with boys and young men were previously available via the now defunct Gloucestershire Boys and Young Men Network website; however the guidelines for good practice are still as relevant today as they were when agreed upon by a multi-agency partnership and as such they should continue to be made freely available. We recommend them not only as a guide for work with young men – but also with little detail removed as a basis for work with all men.
Mengage is a UK-based not-for-profit company working with males on health and social issues, providing resources, training, consultancy and practical research-based solutions from both national and international practice, backed by years of experience of work with men and boys.
- Unit Award in Male Health
- Unit Award in Mentoring Boys and Young Men
- Balls Out – for sports coaches and sports clubs
- Male Suicide Prevention Workshop: In Practice
- HMP Healthy Male Prisoners
- WORKSHOP. ‘The Boy Problem’: Raising boys’ achievement – what can schools do?
- WORKSHOP. Boys don’t cry?: Supporting the emotional and mental health of boys and young men