Warwick Pudney started solving a problem close to his heart more than 20 years ago. It’s no indictment that it’s not yet resolved.
The Auckland resident has dedicated more than half his life to prioritising men’s health and happiness, establishing safe places for men and boys to talk about issues affecting their well-being.
“Men aren’t always good at talking about fuzzy and vulnerable stuff,” Warwick says. “Society has trained them to be big and brave; to protect their families and, if need be, go to war.”