How it all began

The story of how Brothers was started...

If we as men don’t decide how we want our friendships tolook like, someone else will do it for us. [Kim Evensen]
“Brothers” is a global movement that was founded in Norway in 2017, by Kim Evensen. Our headquarter is today located in Sydney, Australia. After discovering the importance of quality friendships in his own life, he was stirred to inspire other men to tap into the great potential in their own friendships.Together, with a group of passionate and resilient individuals, Kim and the rest of the Brothers team have fought for the message of Brothers. They have laboured for years, working endlessly and endeavouring wholeheartedly. The result is this movement.
A friendship is not just a beer at a bar with the boys; it is much more. We believe that all around the world, there are men of all ages desperate for some real brothers in their lives. Brothers that inspire them. [Kim Evensen]
The thought first arose in December of 2015. Kim shared a concern to one of his own

friends, asking, “Why is it that so many guys are afraid of expressing any vulnerability or affection toward their male friends? It is sad to see men who have been best friends for years hesitate on giving each other a hug when needed, or avoiding any conversation about how they feel. Where do they go for support? Who can they talk openly about life´s challenges with?" Kim knew that he could not just stand by and watch generations of men missing out on close friendship— he absolutely had to do something about it.  So he did; and this movement is the result. A movement that will stir men into not settling for mediocre friendships anymore, but rather pursue genuine brotherhood. So whoever you are - if you value your brothers then jump on board - and let's create a movement that really champions brotherhood. One that encourages friendships between guys to be wholesome instead of emotionally stunted and empowers men everywhere to see all a brotherhood can be.

How it all began

The story of how Brothers was started...

If we as men don’t decide how we want our friendships to look like, someone else will do it for us. [Kim Evensen]
“Brothers” is a global movement that was founded in Norway in 2017, by Kim Evensen. Our headquarter is today located in Sydney, Australia. After discovering the importance of quality friendships in his own life, he was stirred to inspire other men to tap into the great potential in their own friendships. Together, with a group of passionate and resilient individuals, Kim and the rest of the Brothers team have fought for the message of Brothers. They have laboured for years, working endlessly and endeavouring wholeheartedly. The result is this movement.
A friendship is not just a beer at a bar with the boys; it is much more. We believe that all around the world, there are men of all ages desperate for some real brothers in their lives. Brothers that inspire them.
The thought first arose in December of 2015.Kim shared a concern to one of his own friends, asking, “Why is it that so many guys are afraid of expressing any vulnerability or affection toward their male friends? It is sad to see men who have been best friends for years hesitate on giving each other a hug when needed, or avoiding any conversation about how they feel. Where do they go for support? Who can they talk openly about life´s challenges with?" Kim knew that he could not just stand by and watch generations of men missing out on close friendship— he absolutely had to do something about it.  So he did; and this movement is the result. A movement that will stir men into not settling for mediocre friendships anymore, but rather pursue genuine brotherhood. So whoever you are - if you value your brothers, then jump on board - and let's create a movement that So whoever you are - if you value your brothers then jump on board - and let's create a movement that really champions brotherhood. One that encourages friendships between guys to be wholesome instead of emotionally stunted and empowers men everywhere to see all a brotherhood can be.