Tag / campaign against living miserably
Press Releases • Jul 07, 2017 11:47 BST
Ady Suleiman has released an exclusive cover of Bill Withers’ classic ‘Lean On Me’ as part of Torch Songs, the initiative led by the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM).
Press Releases • Apr 21, 2017 12:04 BST
This Sunday, 23rd April, 42 runners will take part in the Virgin Money London Marathon in support of the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), the UK’s leading charity dedicated to preventing male suicide. CALM is a partner of Heads Together, the official charity of the London Marathon spearheaded by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, who will be cheering on CALM runners.
Press Releases • Jul 22, 2015 11:40 BST
Suicide is the single biggest killer of men aged 20-45 in the UK, with men accounting for 78% of all suicides. By concentrating on a cohort of middle aged men within mental health services, the NCISH report addresses only 1/4 of male suicides in the UK. This report is a great start, but the unanswered question here is why are men, for the most part, not even considering asking for help?
Press Releases • Apr 28, 2015 14:47 BST
Legendary musician, broadcaster and campaigner, Tom Robinson, has chosen to support CALM with his first single in 20 years.
Press Releases • Jan 15, 2015 12:37 GMT
UK hip hop star, Professor Green, will be hosting January’s BBC Lifeline Appeal on behalf of Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), with the aim of raising awareness of male suicide, the single biggest killer of men 20-45 in the UK.
Press Releases • Dec 10, 2014 09:55 GMT
The Last Party are donating profits from sales of their single 'A Thousand Smiles’ to the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) and local community causes.
Press Releases • Nov 18, 2014 12:35 GMT
Male suicide prevention charity, Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), have commissioned and developed a state-of-the-nation audit of a representative sample of men and women in the UK to discover what is really going on behind the UK’s crisis in modern masculinity and male suicide.
Press Releases • Oct 29, 2014 15:36 GMT
CALM, the charity dedicated to preventing male suicide in the UK, call upon the government to finally take action to comprehensively tackle what is now the UK’s single biggest killer of men aged under 45.
News • Oct 29, 2014 00:00 GMT
Now Single Biggest Killer of Men Aged Under 45, Male Suicides in England and Wales Hit 15-Year High - Department of Health must finally recognise the enormity of gender problem as ratio of male to female deaths shows sustained rise over 30 years.
News • Sep 02, 2014 00:00 BST
In the last few months CALM’s helpline has become ever busier, and demand really spiked following Robin William’s suicide. We answered over 2620 calls, 90 text threads and 184 webchats this August (2014). But we need to be able to take more – demand to the helpline alone last month was 4552.
News • Jul 10, 2014 00:00 BST
We’re very pleased to announce our brand new hook up with “Liverpool Calling” music festival, which takes place on Saturday July 26th, 2014! Chief Organiser and man behind the infamous Yeah Buddy blog Krystian said: “We’re so happy and chuffed to fly the CALM flag, it’s a brilliant campaign, we love the cause and are proud to announce that we’re teaming up with you this year.”
News • Jul 02, 2014 00:00 BST
CALM, with the help of Theobald Fox – the full service creative agency – have launched a nationwide campaign aimed at raising awareness for the award winning suicide charity. 12 men a day take their own lives in the UK, a staggering statistic, and one that deserves more attention.
News • Jun 23, 2014 00:00 BST
Forget the World Cup in Rio, this is THE football tournament of 2014! In its 3rd year, the 5-a-side world cup in Downhills Park, North London is hosted by the amazing Gaglione family & friends, and is in aid of CALM. The tournament aims to attract over 200 footballers and 32 teams, over 8 pitches, playing on one day to be crowned the champions.
News • Jun 12, 2014 00:00 BST
A report published in the British Journal of Psychiatry has stated that the global economic crisis has been the direct cause of an extra ten thousand suicides across Europe, the US and Canada. Leading up to the crash of 2007, suicide rates had been in a steady decline in Europe but by 2009 there was a 6.5% increase which was sustained until 2011.