At sunrise at beaches all around Australia, and now the world, people dress up in the brightest outfits possible and surf/swim/do yoga together.
John Harper of Mate Helping Mate teaches Gus to shear a sheep and talks about rural mental health issues and isolation.
States do not record the structural violence of racism as part of crime statistics. But this invisible violence has driven some people to self-harm. It has also masked forms of suicide.
Aussie men describing the expression “Man Up”.
Mates4Mates takes ex-soldiers out to help them heal through sharing and bonding with others like them.
This book is for you if you’ve been affected by suicide, depression, abuse, or sexual violence
Three segments from John Harper’s Mate Helping Mate workshop.
Triple M call out to men to ask if it is okay to cry.
Inner city Sydney barber who has some great advice on how to be a real man.
He is kick starting a national conversation about Aussie male suicide.
#WorldSuicidePreventionDay reminded him that it’s only the choice of the individual that truly matters.
The leading cause of death in men aged 15-44 in Australia is suicide. Not road accidents. Not heart disease. Not cancer. Suicide.
The Movember Foundation and The Good Men Project are celebrating awareness of serious health issues facing men.
Jason Bantjes explores the rising rates of suicide.
Caring families could act as safety nets for those who fall through the cracks.