It’s okay to feel blue…

Movember 2022: let’s change the conversation on men’s mental health

We know the power of social connection – but too many of us feel like there's no one to turn to. Let's change that.

Connecting with others and having a network of people we can relate to can’t be underestimated. In fact, sharing our stories and personal experiences is proven to help us feel less alone – and ultimately reduce the stigma of mental health concerns.

This is why Contiki is partnering with Movember this year to bring together men who are vocalising their views and experiences in the male mental health space. Together we’re discussing the importance of connecting with our peers and opening up on the issues that matter most. In doing so, we can help change attitudes and encourage others to seek help when they need it most.

What is Movember?

Movember is a leading global men’s health charity. They are leaders in disrupting the status quo and millions of Mo Bros and Sisters have joined the movement to help fundraise and raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer, as well as suicide prevention.

This November, there are four ways to get involved:

1. Grow a moustache. Wispy. Handlebar. Sinister cartoon villain. No matter how your mo turns out, you can sign up to raise vital funds for men’s health.

2. Run or walk 60km in a month. Why 60k? Because we lose 60 men ever hour to suicide, across the world.

3. Host a mo-ment. Whether it’s a party, a sporting event or both, hosting a mo-ment is a great way to get your mates involved in the mo-vement.

4. Mo your own way! Want to grow a 4-foot beard instead of a mo? Got another wildcard idea that’s just so crazy it might work? It’s fine to mo your own way, too!

Introducing our male mental health partners...


Michelle Carlson

Michelle Carlson is Movember's Director of Mental Health & Suicide Prevention, focused mainly in the US market. Her expertise in advocacy development comes from over 21 years of experience in the mental health sector.

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Lincoln Lewis

Lincoln is an actor and former Home and Away star. He has previously spoken out about his own mental health struggles.

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Khan Porter

Khan Porter is a five-times CrossFit Games athlete, multiple business owner, psychology student and passionate advocate for improving mental health awareness and support services, especially for young men.

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Shaun Hampson

Shaun is an ex-AFL footballer and Survivor contestant, father of two and owner of cafe/restaurant Ascot Food Store. He's also an official ambassador for Movember and is passionate about men’s health because of his own experiences with loss.

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Ziggy Ramo

Ziggy is a proud Aboriginal/Islander musician and creative who advocates for furthering conversations around social justice and mental health.

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Dylan Nicholson

Dylan is on a mission is to show youth that anything is possible and to raise awareness of the importance of mental health through marathon running, podcasting and promoting a healthy lifestyle.

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Need help with mental health? Head to Movember’s site by clicking below.

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through a tough time.


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Get resources to help talk to a friend, family member or coworker who’s struggling.


To speak with someone immediately, search for your country's mental health crisis lines here.

If life is in danger, call or go directly to the emergency services.