Loss of a dear friend and supporter – Rob Thomas

It is with a great deal of sadness that I must let you know that Rob Thomas passed away on Monday 20 March 2017. He finally lost his eleven year battle against prostate cancer. Many of you will remember Rob, always unassuming, quietly spoken, but one of the most dedicated friends of Men’s Rights Agency […]

National Male Health Conference March 2-3

View the Program NEW MALE NATIONAL MALE HEALTH CONFERENCE Present Challenges and Future Solutions Thursday March 2 & Friday March 3, 2017 Holiday Inn Hotel, 18 – 40 Anderson Street, Parramatta SPECIAL ADD ON EVENT Wednesday March 1 STOP MALE SUICIDE TRAINING DAY only $100 for NEW MALE Conference Participants VIEW THE PROGRAM REGISTER VISIT […]

Changes to Family Law – little notice given

Dads in Distress

Thanks to  Pete Nicholls from Dads in Distress for this important notification of pending changes to family law in its interaction with domestic violence. It is urgent if any has some time to put in  a submission. The govt have put out to consultation, a proposed change of family law relating to DV. Responses must […]

New Year’s message from Bettina Arndt

New Year’s message from Bettina Arndt   I wish I had a dollar for every letter I have received from an Australian man congratulating me for daring to write about what’s happening to men in this country. I’ve written about issue after issue where men are being done over: the denial of women’s role in […]

QUT discrimination case exposes Human Rights Commission failings

Murdoch University, The Conversation

­ QUT student Calum Thwaites arrives at the Federal Court in Brisbane. AAP/Dan Peled In a decision that was seen as a litmus test for the controversial section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth) (RDA), the Federal Circuit Court has dismissed Cindy Prior’s case against Queensland University of Technology students Alex Wood, Calum […]

Cassie Jaye’s Red Pill too truthful for feminists to tolerate

Bettina Arndt, The Australian

  Cassie Jaye at the world premiere of The Red Pill earlier this month. Picture: Ian Stroud Bettina Arndt Columnist @thebettinaarndt “The Red Pill: The movie about men that feminists didn’t want you to see.” This was the provocative headline that ran in Britain’s The Telegraph last November, a teaser for a documentary made by […]

Pauline Hanson gets her wish: child support to be audite

by Fleur Anderson - AFR

The audit will focus on the effectives of the agencies’ enforcement activities, including intercepting tax refunds and reviewing the accuracy of parents’ tax returns. (not too much here about reassessing the formula and stopping CSA from creating their own version of a payer’s income)

New DV Guidelines turn shows of displeasure into ‘violence’

“Unfortunately these guidelines constitute a major threat to fundamental rights in Australia, including due process, property rights and parental rights”.

Funding for male victims of DV helps Mark Rayner

Funding for male victims of DV helps Mark Rayner 19 Aug 2016, 2 p.m. Lynn Field Dubbo anti-domestic violence campaigner Lynn Field has welcomed $13 million in NSW government funding for male victims of domestic violence. The funding was announced in the this year’s budget and will be used to establish victim services Ms Field, […]

“Real Men Do Cry” Documentary Highlights the Physical and Mental Effects of Domestic Abuse on Male Victims

https://youtu.be/PbjBc9CipBg  The ManKind Initiative, Britain’s first charity to support male victims of domestic abuse, has today launched a new groundbreaking and sensitive documentary portraying the real stories and experiences of male victims of domestic abuse in the UK. The documentary is released as part of the wider #uksaysnomore1 campaign that aims to end domestic abuse […]