Tag / male suicide
EMBARGO 00:01 Tuesday 18th April 2017 - The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry give exclusive interview to CALMzine
Press releases • Apr 13, 2017 13:40 BST
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry talk Stormzy, men’s mental health and the British stiff upper lip in an exclusive interview for grassroots men's magazine CALMzine, published by male suicide prevention charity CALM.
Press releases • Mar 30, 2017 12:51 BST
Recent UK figures show that men are three times more likely than women to take their own life, and less likely to talk to anyone about going through depression. The Calm Photography Movement has been founded in partnership with LYNX to spark conversation about masculinity, mental health and self-expression through photography, in aid of the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM).
Press releases • Sep 09, 2016 15:34 BST
For World Suicide Prevention Day, the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) has released a powerful film that breaks the silence surrounding suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK.
Press releases • Aug 02, 2016 13:25 BST
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), Arsenal in the Community and QPR Community Trust have teamed up with local dad Giancarlo Gaglione to host a five-a-side World Cup football tournament to raise awareness of male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK. The event will take place in north London this Sunday, 7 August.
Press releases • Apr 24, 2016 10:00 BST
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) has been chosen by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry to join Heads Together, a new campaign promoting wellbeing.
Press releases • Nov 02, 2015 00:05 GMT
42% OF UK MEN HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE As research reveals shock statistics, a hard-hitting new advertising campaign - 'Bigger Issues' - highlights silent scourge that costs thousands of lives every year. Lynx and Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) join forces to raise awareness of the single biggest killer of UK men aged under 45.
Press releases • Sep 10, 2015 08:00 BST
The Campaign Against Living Miserably, CALM is delighted to announce that, working in partnership with SPIN, the Suicide Prevention and Intervention Network, its materials and message will be promoted across the Thames Valley area from 10th September so that men locally are able to find help when down in an effort to prevent local male suicides.
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?
News • Apr 09, 2015 13:07 BST
CALM are pleased to have been involved in a BBC Panorama documentary about male suicide, by journalist Simon Jack, due for broadcast on April 13th BBC 1 at 8.30pm.
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 • 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.
Press releases • May 16, 2014 10:00 BST
The most recent ONS statistical bulletin names suicide as the leading cause of death in men under 50 in England and Wales, highlighting the rising issue of suicide n older men.
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.
News • May 04, 2011 00:00 BST
The numbers of suicides on Merseyside among young men has fallen by a massive 55% over the past 10 years, bringing it below the average for young men in the North West and the rest of England & Wales, according to newly published figures by the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
News • Feb 05, 2011 00:00 GMT
Young male suicide is not high on the list of government priorities, which means CALM is often not at the front of the line when funding is being handed out. This means we rely heavily on the support of volunteers and fund raisers to keep us going.