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Movember

Happy smiling multi ethnic group of designer sitting on floor and holding fake mustache as prostate cancer awareness day #Movember. Looking at camera and smiling. | Joyeux groupe multiethnique souriant de créateurs assis sur le sol et tenant une fausse moustache lors de la journée de sensibilisation au cancer de la prostate #Movember. Regarder la caméra et sourire.

Each November, the Movember campaign seeks to raise awareness and improve mental and physical health outcomes for men around the world. Some show their support with symbolic moustaches, while others lend their voice to the overdue conversation about men’s mental health.

Here are some of our resources that can help you learn about the issue:

Safe — and Sound – Psychological Safety at Hibernia

A mayday signal for mental health – Firefighter Steve Jones on the merits of The Working Mind First Responders course 

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