TALK CLUB IS A TALKING AND LISTENING CLUB FOR MEN.
Talk Club is a Male Mental Fitness Movement.
It’s a talking and listening club for men.
It’s a support network for ways to keep mentally fit.
It’s a community of men looking after each other.
It’s here to remind all men that they are not alone, that other men feel exactly the same way they do, and if we share our feelings we can become mentally strong.
Together we can change the way we look after our mental health and end suicide.
LETS TALK FAM
LETS TALK FAM: Mental health talk for young BAME men
Opening up the conversation about mental health with our young black, Asian, Arab and mixed heritage men.
Our mission is simply to encourage honest and open conversations about mental health amongst our young black men. We want men to feel more comfortable talking about what’s going on with them and feel confident in supporting each other.
You can follow our social media for advice, tips and motivation. This website has a range of resources to support our young men in understanding their mental health and talking about their mental health.
AudioActive is a ground-breaking music organisation, working with young people
at the meeting point of technology and contemporary urban culture. For us, music is an end in itself as well as a tool for social change, education and personal development.
We are restless, unafraid and excited about what we do
MANDEM is an online media platform that offers a unique space for young men of colour to express themselves through writing, music and film. On top of this, we provide a space for young people to engage in topical discussions centred around culture, politics and identity, while further encouraging them to challenge the narratives that appear in mainstream media.
The topics covered at our panel-led events have ranged from systemic racism to the dangers of traditional masculinity. We’ve hosted events in both London and Bristol but we’re always looking to expand and reach new audiences. Our key aim is to challenge the mainstream media narrative surrounding young men of colour while offering them an alternative platform to express their creativity and gain recognition.