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Press releases • Apr 09, 2014 12:32 BST
CALM has commissioned public and third sector research specialists Public Knowledge to carry out the Year of the Male's Audit of Modern Masculinity.
News • Dec 20, 2013 00:00 GMT
After 3 years of annual summits, featuring a rich diet of great examples of suicide prevention activity from across the globe, in 2013 CALM hosted a half-day awayday, focused on action planning, for the Cheshire & Merseyside Suicide Reduction Network.
News • Nov 25, 2013 00:00 GMT
GREETINGS! The clocks have gone back, we survived the Super Storm of 2013™ (my neighbour’s dustbin fell over. OMGZ) and Starbucks have started adding cinnamon to every single one of their products, which can only mean one thing. Christmas is round the corner.
News • Oct 01, 2013 00:00 BST
GREETINGS! Holy guacamole, what a summer! Not only did we experience the meteorological phenomenon known as prolonged sunshine, but CALM embarked on a hellasummer with our first ever CALMzone tent at Secret Garden Party (check out our Secret Garden Party pages in this very mag).
News • Aug 05, 2013 00:00 BST
We’re looking for busy, male dominated workplaces where we can promote CALM’s services via our fully branded table football table. We’ll bring it to you free of charge and install it in a suitable location for your staff to use in their leisure time over the period of a week.
News • Jul 03, 2013 00:00 BST
CALM are stoked to announce a mutual love in with the brilliant SoulCulture, the premiere music and lifestyle online magazine who launched #OKNotToBeOK, a campaign to open a new conversation on mental health and raise awareness and support for our generation.
News • Jul 01, 2013 00:00 BST
“GREETINGS. As I write this, the sun is shining and layers of clothing are being unashamedly, and occasionally inappropriately, discarded all over the place so it appears that summer may finally be upon us. Let’s be honest, we thought this day would never come.
News • Jun 14, 2013 00:00 BST
Nuts magazine, the number one selling men’s lifestyle magazine in the UK, has selected CALM as its charity of the year. The partnership, announced this week to coincide with men’s health week, will see Nuts support CALM by creating a presence for the charity in the magazine and on Nuts.co.uk.
News • May 21, 2013 00:00 BST
Thank you to every delegate and speaker who joined us for our 1st North-West Reducing Suicide Summit. What a day we had! Jam-packed with fantastic speakers and lots of chances to network with health and wellbeing professionals from across Cheshire, Greater Merseyside, Manchester, Lancashire & Cumbria.
News • Mar 23, 2013 00:00 GMT
On Sunday 24th March, a team of well-known graffiti artists will paint a powerful message across three billboards at Old Street to highlight the three young male suicides that occur on average every day in the UK.1 The work will be displayed for 36 hours before being auctioned in aid of CALM, the campaign against living miserably, dedicated to preventing male suicide.
News • Mar 14, 2013 00:00 GMT
We wanted to thank every single one of you who bought, worked on, promoted, listened to and talked about the Thirty One songs album and campaign. Thirty One has raised over £30,000 for CALM and has been instrumental in giving us the means to expand our helpline and texting service to 7 evenings a week.
News • Mar 05, 2013 00:00 GMT
he brilliant Thirty One Songs goes off sale today, March 12th, so that means you only have a limited time left to get your hands on this beautiful gatefold double album and help raise money for CALM. “Thirty One is beautifully conceived and produced in the tradition of Factory” Peter Saville, 2012
News • Feb 14, 2013 00:00 GMT
After six weeks in production THE CALM LO▼E TRI▲NGLE has resulted in “WE ALL NEED LOVE” a brand new track written by Liverpool artists Esco Williams and Stephen Langstaff, with a club remix courtesy of Anton Powers. Both the original version of “WE ALL NEED LOVE” and the club remix are available to stream now right here:
News • Jan 24, 2013 00:00 GMT
Each time suicide reaches the headlines our attention is directed at particular groups – men aged 45 to 59, ex-prisoners, people in deprived areas or in certain professions. This is splitting hairs.