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The Winners of the Men’s Mental Health Awards

Mental Health

Men's Mental Health Awards - here are the incredible winners...

There are many incredible people working and campaigning and raising awareness of mental health who are leading the way for a future of better well-being for everyone. So incredible are they – with many often working behind the scenes – that we felt they deserve to be properly celebrated.

Duly our Men’s Mental Health Awards were born, in collaboration with our partners for the event are suicide prevention movement, the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), and The Speakers Collective, a social enterprise of mental health experts.

And now we can finally reveal this years’ winners!

Campaigner: Agnes Mwakatuma, from Black Minds Matter – read our interview with Agnes here.

Community champ: Stephen Lloyd, from the Wrexham Supporters’ Club.

Workplace leader: Bill Hill, from the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity – read our interview with Bill here.

Artist: Hussain Manawer – read our interview with Hussain here.

Storyteller: Marvyn Harrison, from Dope Black Dads.

Innovation: JAAQ – read our interview with JAAQ’s founder Danny Gray here.

Change-maker in Sport: Tony Adams

 

A big thank you to our amazing judges who were:

Alex Holmes, host of Time to Talk podcast and journalist.

Jon Salmon from Speakers’ Collective.

Jo Emmerson from Speakers’ Collective.

Matt Jennings from Campaign Against Living Miserably.

 

And also huge thanks to everyone who nominated their choices. It was an immensely difficult task to decide upon winners, and every entry was appreciated and proved a valuable reminder of all the work that is going on to improve the mental health of men around the country. In due course, we aim to shine a spotlight on every single person that has been brought to our attention.

Thanks so much.

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