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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 • Jun 12, 2017 09:49 BST
Mind The Chap is back this Men's Health Week, with the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) handing out free limited-edition Oyster Card holders at various London tube and rail stations, targeting thousands of commuters with the slogan ‘Mind The Chap’ to serve as a reminder that men are three times more likely than women to die by suicide.
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News • Sep 24, 2015 14:05 BST
New suicide bereavement support resource from Public Health England is now available.
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.
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.
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Events • Feb 06, 2015 11:19 GMT
On March 5 REMEMBER will be transforming iconic club fabric London into a hub of music, art & food as we come together to raise awareness of suicide & remember lost friends. We're not a charity, we're a group of friends who want to make a difference, raise awareness & money for CALM & have a blast along the way. Come & join us! Tickets: http://www.residentadvisor.net/ev...
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Documents • Nov 19, 2015 12:49 GMT
On 19th November 2015, an historic Parliamentary debate will be held in Westminster Hall. Male suicide is the biggest single killer of men under the age of 45. In 2014, 76% of all suicides were men. Without a revolution in attitudes towards suicide, treating it as a major public health issue, these figures are unlikely to improve. We propose four simple changes.