www.mankind.org.uk Service to support male victim of domestic abuse
http://mesmac.co.uk/ blast Male sexual exploitation services for those who are or might experience child sexual exploitation (CSE)
www.survivorsuk.org Information, support and counselling for male survivors of rape and sexual abuse, as well as friends and family.
www.whiteribboncampaign.co.uk UK Branch of the global campaign to ensure men take more responsibility for working to end violence against women
www.respect.uk.net Men and Women working together to end Domestic Violence. Provides a range of services including services for perpetrators, male victims, young people
Home Office – GOV.UK https://www.gov.uk › government › organisations › home-office – Wide and varied range of information and statistics relating to crime and justice
Home Office Statistical Bulletin, Homicides, Firearms Offences and Intimate Violence. (1/10)
Nicholas A., Kershaw C., Walker A., Crime in England and Wales, Home Office Statistical Bulletin 11/07
Coleman K., Kird C., Povey D., 2006: Violent Crime Overview, Homicide and Gun Crime 2004/5. Home Office Statistical Bulletin 02/06, London Home Office
Brookman Maguire M., 2001: Reducing Homicide: A Review of Possibilities. Home Office online report 01/03
https://www.gov.uk › government › organisations › department-for-education – Wide range of information and statistics relating to education
DFES Gender and Education: The Evidence on Pupils in England, Nottingham, DFES Publications
DFES, ibid, and Cameron C., Moss P., Owen C., 1999: Men in the Nursery: Gender and Caring Work, Paul Chapman Publishing
https://www.gtce.org.uk – Range of information and statistics
The General Teaching Council of England (GTC): 25 Sep, 2009
Department for Education Statistical Release
https://www.equalityhumanrights.com – Range of information and reports relating to human rights
Equality and Human Rights Commission survey 2009
NatCen Social Research natcen.ac.uk – Range of information relating to social trends
Crompton R., Lyonette C., 2008: Who Does the Housework? The Division of Labour Within the Home. British Social Attitudes 24th Report, National Centre for Social Research, London, SAGE
www.jrf.org.uk/ Lewis C., 2000: A Man’s Place is in the Home: Fathers and Family in the UK. Foundations 440, Joseph Rowntree Foundation
https://www.ons.gov.uk Office of National Statistics, 2005: Focus on Families
www.legalandgeneral.com/ Legal and General ‘Value of a Dad’ survey, June 2009 Crompton R., Lyonette C., 2008: ibid Bradshaw J., Stimpson C., Skinner C., Williams J., 1999: Absent Fathers, Routledge
www.dadbloguk.com About the latent sexism experienced by male primary carers
www.fnf.org.uk Supporting all parents to have meaningful contact and relationships following parental separation
Health – mental www.menandboyscoalition.org.uk
Health – physical www.menshealthforum.org.uk/man-manual
Men’s Health Forum https://www.ons.gov.uk Office of National Statistics (ONS)
https://www.nhs.uk P. Baker Trends and Urology in Men’s Health
Health – general
www.menshealthforum.org.uk To improve the Health of men and boys – research, awareness, advocacy, information and advice. Great Publications in the Haynes Manual style
www.blueribbonfoundation.org.uk Promoting Better health and wellbeing for men
www.baggytrousersuk.org For those affected by Testicular Cancer.
www.uk.movember.com Movember United Kingdom – The Movember Foundation – stopping Men dying too young – action on Men’s Health
www.fatherfigures.org Boys 2 Men and Father Figures Take lads AND DADS ON A Range of challenging, fun and adventurous activities, strengthening the bond between them and helping them to trust each other more
www.mengetedstoo.co.uk Supporting men with eating disorders, carers and families
www.mendocomplain.com Campaign to stop male genital mutilation
Men’s Development – Men Manhood and Masculinity
www.menandboyscoalition.org.uk A network of organisations, academics, journalists, professionals and leaders committed to highlighting and acting on the gender-specific issues that affect men and boys. Creating a positive and constructive public discussion about men, manhood and masculinity
www.menengage.org A global alliance of networks working collectively towards gender justice, and human rights.
www.everydaysexism.com A practical reporting method for women about lived sexism
www.inside-man.co.uk An online magazine committed to pioneering conversations about men, manhood and masculinity
www.equalitieshumanrights.com Challenges discrimination, protects and promotes human rights. The role on behalf of government is to help make Britain fairer.
www.abandofbrothers.org,uk Committed to positive social change through personal development and community building
www.ukmensday.org.uk The UK focus for International Men’s Day.org.uk
www.mengage.co.uk Services supporting men’s health issues
www.workingwithmen.org Projects and Services particularly for young men
www.genderequitynetwork.org.uk Exploring how inequalities may be a product of the different choices men and women make and the different values held. Opening up discussion
www.gamh.org Global Action on Men’s Health International organisation supporting worldwide and national health action for men and boys
www.heforshe.org Campaign for Gender Equality HeForShe is inviting people around the world to stand together to create a bold, visible force for gender equality
www.JourneymanUK.org To enable boys and men to discover their unique potential and apply their gifts in service to themselves, each other and the community at large Adults supporting young men during their transition from childhood to adulthood. Rites of passage, training and local meet ups
www.meetup.com MenSpeak Men’s Groups
www.reachskills.org.uk The GREAT initiative A gender equality charity working to tackle through education and workplaces the root causes of gender inequality
www.Mens-Network.net The Men’s Development Network Ireland
www.avoiceformen.com Humanist Counter Theory Education and encouragement to men and boys; to lift them above the din of misandry; to reject the unhealthy demands of gynocentrism.
www.ourmasculineheart.wordpress.com Deep Diving Men talking about men and masculinity – physical ensemble process Duncan Alldridge
https://www.ons.gov.uk Office of National Statistics (ONS)
Stop It Now | Get Anonymous Hel Today StopitNow.org.uk – Help with use and addiction to pornography Adget-help.stopitnow.org.uk/
SHP.org.uk – Information and support relating to rough sleeping www.shp.org.uk/
www.tht.org.uk – Terence Higgins Trust: Information and support relating to sexuality
www.statistics.gov.uk Government statistics.
www.menstuff.org A world resource on information for men.
www.jrf.org.uk Joseph Rowntree Foundation: source of important research on issues around men, masculinity and fatherhood.
www.sagepub.co.uk Online journals including men and masculinities, gender and sexuality, family studies.
https://www.ons.gov.uk/ Office for National Statistics – ONS
www.menandboyscoalition.org.uk/ Man and Boys Coalition – MBC
www.equalityhumanrights.com/ Equalities and Human Rights Commission
https://genderstats.un.org/ UN Gender statistics
www.menshealthforum.org.uk/man-manual Challenges faced by marginalised men
Office for National Statistics Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings
Office for National Statistics Statistical Bulletin: Labour market Office Focus on Gender, 2008. Labour market Monthly, Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform – GOV.UK
Walsh I., 2008: Flexible Working: a view of how to extend flexible working to parents of older children. London Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
The return of the long hours culture, TUC, 2008, using ONS unpublished stats
Berthoud R., 2007: Work Rich and Work Poor: three decades of change.
www.jrf.org.uk/ Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the Policy Press
natcen.ac.uk – National Centre for Social Research
Crompton R., Lionette C., 2007: Are we all working too hard: women, men and changing attitudes to employment. British Social Attitudes 23rd Report, National Centre for Social Research, London, SAGE
https://www.uea.ac.uk Working Fathers Earning and Caring, University of East Anglia EOC, 2003
https://www.tuc.org.uk The return of the long hours culture, TUC, 2008, using ONS unpublished stats