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Women and Equalities Committee
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Awareness of the mental health problems affecting men and boys has increased in recent years, and it is recognised as a serious issue:
"At a time when the Government has committed unprecedented funding for mental health, we will be looking at Government plans and what more can be done to tackle this vast – but all too often invisible – problem."
Evidence given by John James, Service User, Men's Sheds, Jerry Doyle, Greenwich and Bromley Age UK, Lee Cambule, Mental Health Champion and Awareness Campaigner, Adam Afghan, Service user; Simon Gunning, CEO, CALM, David Henderson, Public Affairs Manager, Advertising Association, Martin Robinson, Founder and Editor, The Book of Man
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Women and Equalities examines mental health of men and boys