The way services are designed should be based on knowledge and understanding of the individual needs of people who live within different cultures and societies. Where-ever you live, the mechanisms that influence those services may differ but there a core of actions that will decide whether services really do meet the needs of the people governments serve. That core should be based on questions that start with WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY and HOW. It is impossible to spend money on providing services unless you ask questions and the root of those questions should be the people who live within each community. Our research has shown that central government their various strategic departments, local authority provision, NGO’s, charities and private businesses who contract services for governments do not ensure the consultation in formulating services adheres to Equality and Human Rights. We have evidence of direct and meaningful exclusion to men when services are being formulated and reviewed. Shockingly, this too often goes against long standing laws in fiscal policy spending for each country and the ethics wrapped up in UN policies. We have found through our research that this is prevalent throughout all United Nation Member States who were evaluated and has proven to have no foundation or reason so can only be assumed to be a crime against men and boys and their right to have their needs met.