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Jacqueline Gear and Natasha Doughty

Services are not equipped to support men and their children, governments do not share the budget for funding services based on need.

An example of this is a third of domestic abuse victims are male and yet less than 1% of funding is spent on services that support them.

Jacqueline and Natasha from Hertfordshire practical parenting programme, are ladies who through their role and battle to support families in need have front line experience of the neglect of men and boys needs in services. They joined Split the Difference in marching for men and boys in London, sharing the immense feeling of support and empathy for the men and boys who need time to heal.

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