Are you alright mate? is a half-day workshop looking at men’s emotional health and is aimed at anyone with an interest in the topic of men’s mental health – members of the public & health professionals. The session will explore ways in which we can encourage more open talk about men’s mental health, and get the message out there that it’s ok for men to not be ok.
The event will offer an opportunity to hear a range of local thought provoking speakers and a visiting keynote speaker with a particularly powerful message.
Keynote speaker – Geoff McDonald
With 25 years experience working for global company Unilever, Geoff tells a fascinating and powerful story about an episode in his own life which has caused him to become a very active campaigner breaking the stigma associated with Mental Health.
Geoff has participated in a number of BBC programmes and campaigns regarding this subject, as well as writing and producing articles. He previously convened a meeting at No 10 Downing Street with David Cameron and CEOs from Footsie 100 Companies to address their role and agree actions to break stigma in the corporate world. He too provided some support to the Royal Foundation in their mental health campaign.
There will also be chance to visit a range of stalls from services and community groups connected to men’s emotional wellbeing.
An invitation from Hull Veg City, a campaign promoted by Hull Food Partnership.
Join us to celebrate the launch of ‘Hull Veg City’, a 12-month campaign to inspire people grow, cook & eat more veg. We’ll be serving up tasty vegetable soup on King Edward St. Hull, 11:30 – 1:30pm on Wednesday 31st October, and giving out info about our exciting campaign!
The Hull Food Partnership is open to everyone working across all sectors of our food systems and culture. Through working together, we support and drive activity to realise our vision of Hull as a Sustainable Food City. It is hosted by Rooted in Hull.