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Henny Slegh’s Report

January 31, 2013

Henny Slegh is Promundo’s representative in the Great Lakes region of Africa and is the IMAGES* coordinator in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In this moving account, she presents us with some reflections on the challenges of performing fieldwork in conflict settings. *IMAGES is an acronym for International Men and Gender Equality Survey Today we…
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Promundo develops campaign to promote gender equality in the workplace with Petrobras’ employees

January 31, 2013

Promundo developed a campaign to promote gender equality in the workplace in IEComperj, a Petrobras’ enterprise in Itaboraí, called “Isso é Coisa de Homem. Isso é coisa de mulher” [“That’s men’s stuff, that’s women’s stuff”]. The campaign reached around 1,000 employees. The campaign started on the 26th of November with some teasers, which aimed to…
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Promundo conducts training with Fathers’ Groups in Sri Lanka

January 31, 2013

Promundo-US was invited by World Vision to adapt the methodology of Program P with Father’s Groups, in Sri Lanka. The primary aim of the project, and Program P, is to prevent violence against women and children and to promote the involvement of men as parents and caregivers in the home. Workshops and formative research on…
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Promundo will conduct research on perceptions of children’s security in four communities in Rio de Janeiro

January 31, 2013

In January, Promundo started the recruiting process and community articulation for conducting the qualitative research for the project, “Engajando pais para a redução da violência contra crianças e promoção da sensação de segurança de crianças em comunidades de baixa renda” [in English, “Engaging parents in the reduction of violence against children, and in the promotion…
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Editorial Promundo News #5

January 31, 2013

In this January edition of Promundo News, we provide an overview of the activities conducted by Promundo at the end of 2012 and beginning of 2013. We also present the main findings of the IMAGES study (International Men and Gender Equality Survey), developed in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2012, which reveal alarming data…
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