Men and Boys Coalition

On 15th November 2016, two Mengage practitioners were present at the House of Commons launch of the Men and Boys Coalition, a new network comprised of – as the spiel on the MBC website states, “organisations, academics, journalists, professionals and…

New Mengage practitioners

We’re very pleased to announce that we’ve recently been joined by two new associate practitioners with expertise in delivering work with boys and men – Dave Rose and Paul Talwar Rossiter; we’ll eventually get around to putting up some biographies…

New Courses and Awards

Mengage are pleased to announce two new courses. Following a request to enhance the level of our Award in Male Health, this is now available as a AQA Level 3 Unit Award (it also remains available as a Level 2…

Making friends can protect your health

Alongside other significant factors, social support is one of the social determinants of health; a good social network can be a protective factor that helps to maintain both good mental and physical health –  for example the support we receive…

Men's Health Week 2016 - a call for action

This week is Men’s Health Week, not only in the UK, but also across the globe. Global Action on Men’s Health is an initiative comprised of professionals from many nations committed to tackling an inequality –  that globally ‘the gap…

What goes around...

In the early noughties when the curse of commissioning hadn’t yet blighted public health work and health promotion departments and youth services flourished, the Gloucestershire Boys and Young Men Network provided a multi agency localised network of professionals working on…