$2.5 million awarded to top cancer researcher

Leading Australian cancer researcher Professor Wayne Tilley was today presented with a $2.5 million Breast & Prostate Cancer Linkage Grant, thanks to a ground breaking collaboration between the Movember Foundation and the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). This award will enable Professor Tilley and collaborators to explore an innovative new treatment path for breast and prostate cancer, which has potential to transform the lives of women and men around the world afflicted with breast or prostate cancer.

$5.6M invested in the fight to strengthen men's social connections

The Movember Foundation has revealed the names of 13 projects to receive pilot funding as part of the Social Innovators Challenge, a $5.6M AUD investment in projects aimed at strengthening social connections for men across Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

Unmute - ask him

It’s not always easy to know how a man is really doing, which is why the Movember Foundation is encouraging the people around men to take themselves off mute and ask a man if he’s doing okay.

Be honest with your friends

I am passionate about men's health because I'm a Dad, Brother, Uncle, friend, and mentor to the men and women in my life and I plan on being around as long as I can.

Donnie's story: Depression doesn't discriminate

I claimed my duties as a Movember Mo Bro on my university campus, when I took the position of the Wellness Coordinator. I noticed that we didn’t provide much information or awareness for men’s health.

I’ve had to learn how to be vulnerable

“We need to change the dialogue to be ‘you can be tough but if things are going really badly and you can’t find a way out of it on your own, then have a conversation with your best mate and shed some tears and release the valve and get some help with it”

Get Your Place In The Ultimate Marathon Challenge

Want to run the New York City Marathon? We have 10 places available for those who raise while they run: claim yours now.

Movember-funded test identifies those at raised risk of testicular cancer

Scientists at The Institute of Cancer Research in London, UK, have found that testing for large numbers of genetic changes can identify men with over a 10-fold increased risk of testicular cancer.

Boys to Men

Most people would agree they want to raise their kids into happy, well-adjusted young adults. So why are we still teaching our young boys to emulate an outdated version of masculinity that has contributed to a men’s mental health crisis in this country?

How Big Is Your Organ

Cock-sure men the world over have been assuming they know what women find attractive for years. But, as the plot of every rom-com ever will tell you, men have been mostly cocking it up this whole time (What’s that you say? I don’t watch rom-coms, they suck! Well, you’re definitely cocking it up then).

Men Love Bush

I love a sunburnt country, A land of sweeping plains, Of ragged mountain ranges, Of droughts and flooding rains. But, like all things, sometimes the bush doesn’t fully love blokes back.

The Mate Test

MAAAATE! It’s our national bloke greeting, offered with a smile and an outstretched paw at pubs, bbq’s and man gatherings all over Oz. Most people agree mateship is at the core of what it means to be Australian. It’s hard to put your finger on exactly why, but it’s hard to understand the physics behind a Shane Warne leg-break and we accept that, because we’ve seen it.