Resources to help you on your journey

Below are some great resources that resonate with my work, showcasing useful discussions about the ebbs and flows of manhood and masculinities on the world stage.

Resource List - Men's Health

Discourses of Global Climate Change

A book by Jonas Anshelm and Assoc. Prof. Martin Hultman. Delving into the discussion and debate surrounding climate change and global environmental politics, the book is for those who wish to understand patterns in the arguments.


Men, Masculinities and Climate Change: A Discussion Paper

Thanks to the MenEngage Alliance network, this link provides a look at Men, Masculinities and Climate Change, a publication focused on establishing a rationale for understanding boys’ and men’s multiple roles in climate change by conducting an analysis of masculinities in patriarchal systems that play a contributing role in perpetuating climate change.


‘Violence against women—it’s a men’s issue’ – Jackson Katz

TEDx talk by Jackson Katz, Phd, – an anti-sexist activist and expert on violence, media and masculinities. An author, filmmaker, educator and social theorist, Katz has worked in gender violence prevention work with diverse groups of men and boys in sports culture and the military, and has pioneered work in critical media literacy. Credit: TEDx YouTube channel.

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Arne Rubinstein on Rites of Passage

Dr Arne Rubinstein is an expert on adolescent development and Rites of Passage. A GP specialising in adolescent health, preventative and emergency medicine, he is currently CEO of The Australian Rites of Passage Institute.

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The Making of Men

The Making Of Men has helped thousands of young men make the fundamental transition from boy behaviour to healthy man behaviour, under the guidance and leadership of international expert on adolescent development, Dr Arne Rubinstein.

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Why I stopped watching porn – Ran Gavrieli

An inspiring and intriguing talk by Ran Gavrieli addressing his decision to stop watching porn, an addiction that often affects men throughout their lives. Credit is thanks to TEDxJaffa.

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Mental Health Begins with Me

Thanks to Mental Health Australia, this fantastic video was produced for World Mental Health day (2016) to recognise the importance of the first step to self-help. Credits:

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Dean Dyer speaks about Men’s Health and Wellbeing

This speech was recorded at the Men In Black Ball, Perth June 2011, a fundraising event to raise awareness about Men’s Mental Health. Video and credits to Dean Dyer on his YouTube channel.

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