A blog about the Suicide in/as Politics research project. Funded by the Leverhulme Trust.
Workshops for Men in February 2023

Workshops for Men in February 2023

In 2023 we are looking for men to take part in a series of 2 online workshops on the politics of suicide and suicide prevention in the UK.

The workshops will take place on Wednesday 8th and Wednesday15th February between 5-7pm.

If you want to find out about our research and to have your voice heard then please get in touch with us. The workshops will be small and informal and we will have chance for discussions and interactive/creative activities to help us explore the issues around suicide and suicide prevention in the UK. 

In the workshops we will show you what we have found out from our analysis of suicide prevention policies, political debates and various campaigns.

This information booklet will give you a bit more detail on the workshops. Information Booklet Suicide Workshops for Men.

And please feel free to share this post with anyone who you think may be interested in taking part.

If you want to take part, or have any questions then please contact Alex Oaten, at the University of Lincoln.

email Alex: aoaten@lincoln.ac.uk

or call Alex: 07867165014

twitter: @SuicidePolitics


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