EveryMan's Gerald Franks has retired.

I learned the other day that Elvis Presley never gave encores. “Elvis has left the building." was a way of telling the fans that the concert had really ended.  

Well,...

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What our staff care about...

Erin Leonard, one of EveryMan's Indigenous Services Case Workers, is studying a Double Diploma in Leadership and Management and Community Services, and just recently produced...

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Irrepressibly Vital

Men of Canberra – become an Irrepressible.

 Irrepressibly Vital 

What I'm out to do over the course of this year and beyond is to create a new relationship to...

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Thanks to our sponsors

Thanks to Steve Hegarty and all the Beer Day Out people for supporting EveryMan at Beer Day Out in November 2016.

We would really like to thank every one of our amazing Beer Day...

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Beer Day Out is an EveryMan fan

BEER DAY OUT 2016 is getting behind EveryMan. 

Earlier this year Beer Day Out organiser Steve Hegarty approached EveryMan and said he’d like to have the event do some...

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From Canberra Men's Centre to EveryMan

Yes. We have changed our name.

This is the beginning of our 2016 campaignto build a strong public profile across the ACT and the region.

We're not doing this to...

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EveryMan champion Lisa Richards launching new CD at Smiths Alternative

Lisa Richards, an EveryMan champion if ever there was, is launching her latest CD this Sunday at Smith’s Alternative. Come and see Australia’s musical discovery of the...

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Who 'really' speaks for men? So many possible responses to our critics, so little time...

In our Facebook Page posts about men and violence, we occasionally get comments from people implying that EveryMan is ‘not interested’ in men who experience DV, or that we...

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Men can be victims of domestic violence too.

Men can be victims of domestic violence too.

How do we have this conversation without pandering to the anti-feminists? EveryMan stands for any man who is a victim of...

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New partners - the other DV casualties

After reading this article in the Canberra Times (http://bit.ly/1TsykzG), I started to wonder how easily I could find some useful statistics about the men who suffer at the...

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Launching EveryMan Australia

Executive Director’s speech

I acknowledge that we are meeting on the lands of the Ngunnawal people. I pay my respects to their elders past and present, and acknowledge...

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Old School, Modern Times

Many of our male sporting legends and other public heroes find themselves having to perform in a second arena that they weren’t prepared for – the public eye.

If they...

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CONNECT24 - XMAS/NEW YEAR SUPPORT SERVICES

Connect24 1300 261 610

The Christmas period always sees a spike in Domestic Violence incidents, so, from Friday 18 December to Sunday 3rd January, Canberra Men’s Centre...

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Perpetrators

November 25th is White Ribbon Day and the beginning of the international campaign 16 Days of Action to End Violence Against Women, whose focus this year, prevention, dovetails...

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What's happening on CMC's Facebook page?

A few people commenting on recent posts on our Facebook page have expressed some confusion, in one case even suspicion, about what we’re doing – why we have chosen certain...

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The lives of two good men - a down payment for re-election.

When a nation’s need for leadership gives way to populism, who pays the price?

The lives of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukamaran will serve as a testament to the capacity...

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Why wasn't the Walk for Tara about ending all violence?

An answer for Sara M.

First up, this walk is for Tara Costigan and for her children. It was instigated by Canberra Mums and supported by many people who want to support...

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CMC and the MRA

#youdontspeakforme

This post is in response to a comment made on our Facebook page in which the author stated that CMC isn’t interested in Men’s issues because we...

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Can Men Talk to Men About Violence to Women?

Q&A: Men don’t need to hear other men speak out against violence in order to change

There’s something awry in this opinion piece by Clementine Ford, and it’s here in...

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On Men and Violence

Canberra Men’s Centre has a deep and abiding interest in understanding men’s commitments and concerns, their strengths and capacities, and the diversity in men’s...

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