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The system of patriarchy is not permanent – it was created by people as all systems of oppression are, and therefore it can be transformed by people too. In each Outspoken book we include resources, a list of charities and organisations that can offer advice, support and help to empower you to transform society. That list is reproduced here alongside links to their websites.

Mask Off: Masculinity Redefined by JJ Bola is available here.

Masculinity

Good Lad Initiative: An organisation promoting positive masculinity, delivering workshops and resources to schools, universities and in the workplace.

MenEngage Alliance: A global alliance working with men and boys for gender equality.

The ManKind Project: A global network of non-profit training and education organisations focused on modern male initiation, self-awareness and personal growth.

A Call to Men:  A national violence prevention organisation providing training and education for men, boys and communities.

SurvivorsUK: An organisation offering support to male victims of sexual abuse as well as their friends and family.

Mental Health

Mind: A mental health charity offering information and advice to people with mental health problems, lobbying government and local authorities on their behalf.

YoungMinds: A mental health charity fighting for children and young people’s mental health.

Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM): A male suicide prevention charity.

LGBT

Mermaids UK: A charity and advocacy organisation, supporting gender diverse and transgender youth.

Stonewall: An organisation campaigning for the rights of lesbian, gay, bi and trans people across the UK.

All Out: An organisation focused on political advocacy for the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.

Race

Runnymede Trust: A race equality think tank intervening in social policy and practice.

Sex and Relationships

NUS I Heart Consent Campaign: Education campaign about consent in universities and colleges across the UK.

Level Up: A new feminist organisation campaigning in three main areas: schools and work, harassment and violence, media and marketing.

The Consent Collective: An activist organisation helping communities talk about sexual harassment, sexual violence and abuse, working with schools, colleges, universities and employers.

Good Night Out: A campaign working to end harassment in bars, venues, clubs and pubs across the world, delivering training to those working in these areas.

The NAZ project: A sexual health charity dedicated to delivering culturally specific sexual health services to BAME communities.