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Men's Health Week (MHW) 2010 will run from Monday 14th June until Sunday 20th June 2010. The theme this year is: "Men and Physical Activity". The Men's Health Forum in Ireland (MHFI) has called upon all men and boys on our island to respond to the challenge to: "Get Up. Get Out. Get Going!"

MHFI has invited organisations from across Ireland to run events or activities for men during this period and to submit the details of them to this website. Below is a list of some things that are happening (these links will open Microsoft Word documents). Please note that this is NOT an exhaustive list! ...

Attitudes towards Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People - New Research Update (Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey)

CALM Men’s Health Day (H.E.A.R.T. Project)

Carlow Men's Health Project (Partnership of organisations)

Daddies Day Dander (Men's Action Network)

Dads' Day (LAST Sure Start)

Do Fathers Matter? (Parents Advice Centre)

East Belfast Health Week (Wise Men of the East Network)

Focus on Fathers Campaign (Parents Helpine)

Free a Tree (Growing Connections)

Impact of Recession and Unemployment on Men’s Health - Research (Institute of Public Health in Ireland / Nexus Research Cooperative)

It’s a Man’s World - or is it? (Southern Area, HSCNI)

Kick Start Your Day! (Ards Borough Council)

Kildare Men's Health Check Day (Kildare Men’s Pilot Project)

ManAlive! Men’s Health Conference (Ulster Cancer Foundation, BT and Sport NI)

Men’s World Cup Soccer Competition (LORAG)

Mobile Outreach Health Project (SELB and Armagh District Council)

Launch of ‘Health Facts for Men’ Leaflet (Meath Primary Health Care Project for Travellers)

Launch of ‘Men and Physical Activity’ Factsheet (ARK)

Men's Cancer Campaign (Irish Cancer Society)

Men's Health Checks and Planning Day (Colin Men’s Group)

Men's MOT Health Checks and Open Day (Young at Heart)

Men’s Mission Week (Willowfield Parish Church)

Mental and Emotional Health of 16 Year Olds - New Research Update (Young Life and Times)

Right Here in Fermanagh (Youth Action Northern Ireland)

Sure Start United (Sure Start Fathers Workers)

"Tackling Health Inequalities - A Male Perspective" Seminar (Waterford Institute of Technology and the Men’s Development Network)

Workplace Health Programme for the Male Staff of DLRCC (Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council)


If you would like to send the details of your event to us, please complete and return the registration form (Word format) which can be downloaded by clicking here.

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