|Official sources of evidence|
|Office of National Statistics (ONS) |
*See this report, of the prevalence of domestic abuse including by gender.
*Statistics for alcohol-related deaths.
|Health and Safety Executive (HSE)|
Includes this spreadsheet showing industrial injuries and fatalities by gender etc
|Joint Council for Qualifications GCSE exam results 2018|
|UK Parliament International Men’s Day report 2016. Official recognition of disadvantages of men.|
|Homeless Link A national membership charity for organisations working directly with people who become homeless in England.|
|One In Three is an Australian organization raising awareness of male victims of domestic abuse.|
|The Illustrated Empathy Gap. A series of essays covering the evidence in detail on particular areas.|
| Institutional Discrimination against Men in England and Wales.|
An extensive research paper with numerous references.
|Families need Fathers (FNF)the leading UK charity supporting dads, mums and grandparents to have personal contact and meaningful relationships with their children following parental separation.|
|Men & Boys Coalition: a network of organisations, academics, journalists, professionals and leaders committed to highlighting and taking action on the gender-specific issues that affect men and boys.|
|ManKind Initiative. Helping men escape domestic abuse, including campaigns, advice and helpline.|
|Male Psychology Network. Male psychology is the study of the psychology of men and boys. The aim of the Male Psychology Network is to take a lead in promoting awareness, research and understanding of male psychology. This includes issues that predominantly affect men and boys, such as suicide, homelessness, addiction, imprisonment, and educational underachievement.|