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Submission by Men’s Voices Ireland on Male Suicide

The following Submission on Male Suicide was made by Men’s Voices Ireland to the Oireachtas Committee on the Future of Mental Health Care on...

2017 Annual Conference Report

The Men's Voices Ireland 2017 Annual Conference was a great success. It exceeded our expectations and demonstrated a need and a market for such...

Men’s 2017 Conference on 18 November

Men’s Voices Ireland is proud to announce its 2017 Conference, entitled Men’s Issues: Challenging Misandry Join us for a day of engaging talks and discussion...

Sunday Times: Men’s voices will still be heard

In a Sunday Times article on Oct 22 2017, Valerie Flynn looked at why two key speakers at the 2017 Men's Voices Conference had...

Male Abuse Victims

Our double standard regarding male and female agency is why men are reluctant to come forward to report any kind of abuse,...

Education Minister’s Task Force Indifferent to Boys and Men

Concerned that the tbird-level education sector is 'flawed' if it lacks what she refers to as 'the female perspective', Mary Mitchell O'Connor, the Minister...

Men’s Voices Ireland meet with Chair of Oireachtas Education Committee

On Wednesday, 14th June 2017, two members of Men’s Voices Ireland met with Deputy Fiona O’Loughlin, Chair of the Oireachtas Education Committee, Equality Spokesperson...

Sunday Times: Men’s Voices Ireland exposes ‘eviction bill’

In an interview with Justine McCarthy in the Irish edition of The Sunday Times on 18 June 2017, David Walsh of Men's Voices Ireland...

Submission by Men’s Voices Ireland on Male Suicide

The following Submission on Male Suicide was made by Men’s Voices Ireland to the Oireachtas Committee on the Future of Mental Health Care on...

Continuing Fallout from MeToo

MVI gets in on the act On Jan 21 the Journal.ie published a Debate Room  piece: Has #MeToo turned into a witchhunt, in which Men's...

Fallout from the #MeToo campaign

The #MeToo campaign has generated an extraordinary amount of comment. While there is no doubt that people like Harvey Weinstein needed to be exposed,...

A Father’s Story at Christmas

The dreadful plight of many separated fathers at Christmas is touchingly and painfully described by one such father in this journal article...

2017 Annual Conference Report

The Men's Voices Ireland 2017 Annual Conference was a great success. It exceeded our expectations and demonstrated a need and a market for such...

Challenging Misandry in the Press

The theme of our 2017 Men's Voices Conference has attracted a backlash. We expected it would draw some attention but nothing as virulent as...

Men’s 2017 Conference on 18 November

Men’s Voices Ireland is proud to announce its 2017 Conference, entitled Men’s Issues: Challenging Misandry Join us for a day of engaging talks and discussion...

RTE News: Male Suicide Victims

On Oct 18 2017 Rte news featured an item on the latest CSO publication Women and Men in Ireland 2016. Comparisons were drawn...

     

Key Issues

boys-edication

Boys’ Education

Boys are underperforming at first and second-levels. And are a shrinking minority at third-level. More >

family law

Family Law

Unfair legislation, structures and practices in parenting are devastating men and their children. More >

male suicide

Male Suicide

Four times as many males as females take their own lives. And self-harm among young men is increasing. More >

false allegations

False Allegations

Men are increasingly the systemic victims of a culture of false allegations of sexual and other abuse. More >

domestic violence

Domestic Violence

One-in-three victims are men, but their plight is too often ignored in law and dismissed by society. More >

Homelessness

70% of all homeless are men and boys. This is an equality issue as well as a human one. More >