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Redefining the Balance

Empowering Men
& Boys Worldwide

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"Be the change you want to see in the World."

Mahatma Gandhi

Sign for a UN Men

Men and boys do not have a UN Men, as a result of this they have no body within governance who advocate specifically for them.  Which means that legislation does not include them in the most vulnerable situations they will ever experience in their lives.

Equally Seen, Served
& Safe

The call for government strategies to tackle intimate violence against men and boys. Our campaign begins by calling on the Northern Irish Executive to develop a male victims strategy, aligning with the important work currently being undertaken for female victims.

The Campaign begins with a call on the Northern Irish Executive to develop a male victims strategy to complement the important work they are already undertaking to address the unique challenges experienced by female victims of violence.

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Gender Bias UN Laws Video

Give Men and Boys a UN Men Video

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Alexander Reid

Through his own investigation into the Child Maintenance Service, Alexander connected with Split the Difference. Finding a shared interest, he has collaborated in research and promoting facts. Alexander has also participated by interviewing colleagues, parents, politicians and family members who had lost loved ones.

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Open letter sent to Their Excellencies, Permanent Representatives to 193 UN Member States, the two observer States and the Six Management Committees.

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An hour of your time

When a family member attempts suicide, it affects every single person. The emotions experienced by each can be shock, fear, anger, guilt, anxiety, betrayal and more. 

London March For Men - 12/09/2020

Men and women from all over the UK march for equality for men and boys in services that was held on 12th September 2020 in London

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Ann Widdecombe

Ann Noreen Widdecombe DSG  is a British politician, author and television personality.


She was Member of Parliament (MP) for Maidstone and The Weald, and the former Maidstone constituency, from 1987 to 2010 and Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for South West England from 2019 to 2020. Originally a member of the Conservative Party, she was a member of the Brexit Party from 2019 until it was renamed Reform UK in 2021.

Ann joined Split The Difference as Patron in February 2023. She is a straight talker with professional courage, agrees with our narritive/work and we are very happy she has agreed to support us.

7th Feburary 2023

Cost of justice means paying with your life, says ANN WIDDECOMBE

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