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Sem Vergonha! (Shameless!) Campaign

The Shameless! Campaign is an initiative from Promundo and MenCare+, in partnership with the State Management Group of Rio de Janeiro Health and Prevention in Schools. The campaign aims to sensitize adolescent girls about their sexual and reproductive rights and to promote equal gender relations. The concept of the campaign was developed by a group…
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Virtual Knowledge Centre to End Violence Against Women and Girls: Men & Boys Module

Promundo, MenEngage Alliance

In collaboration with the MenEngage Alliance and with support from UNIFEM, Promundo produced a module for the virtual knowledge centre on how to work with men and boys in the prevention of violence against women and girls.

Gender Relations, Sexual Violence and the Effects of Conflict on Women and Men in North Kivu, Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo: Preliminary Results from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES)

Promundo, Sonke Gender Justice

This report presents the preliminary results from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) in North Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

Promundo News – 8th Edition

Promundo

The International Girls Day, celebrated on October 11th, draws attention to the importance of promoting girl’s empowerment and changes in gender norms which reinforce inequalities in opportunity and development between boys and girls. In 2013 this date was used to encourage education as a crucial step for empowerment and emancipation of girls and women, as…
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MenCare – Join the Movement

Men are ready for change. Watch this to find out how MenCare is inspiring men around the world – to become more involved fathers, more invested partners, and to embrace the empowerment of the women and girls in their lives. Learn more at men-care.org.  

Promundo News – 7th Edition

Promundo

For Promundo, August is Fatherhood Appreciation Month. Thus, this newsletter is dedicated to all men who participate in caregiving tasks, domestic chores and doling out affection, as fathers or otherwise. Worldwide, women and girls continue to take on the majority of all domestic responsibilities, despite representing 40% of the paid workforce. The limited participation of…
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Understanding Men’s Violence Against Women: Findings from the IMAGES Survey in Brazil, Chile and Mexico

Gary Barker, Francisco Aguayo, Pablo Correa

This publication features specific data from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) on violence against women in three countries in the Latin American region: Brazil, Chile and Mexico. It complements the report “Masculinidades y Políticas de Equidad de Género: Reflexiones a partir de la Encuesta IMAGES y una revisión de políticas en Brasil,…
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Promundo News – 6th Edition

Promundo

On May 18th, the national day to Combat Abuse and Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents in Brazil, Promundo launched the research report Homens, Mulheres e a Exploração Sexual Comercial de Crianças e Adolescentes em quatro cidades brasileiras [“Men, Women and the Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents in four Brazilian cities,” in English] and…
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Exploração Sexual Comercial de Crianças e Adolescentes e suas faces invisíveis: casos em comunidades do Município do Rio de Janeiro

Vanessa Fonseca

The purpose of this brief is to promote reflection on the commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents (CSEC). Cases are often invisible due to gender norms that contribute to the acceptance of male dominance over women, as well as the justification of sexual rights violations against adolescents in the case of marriage.

Wind on my Face

Promundo

Wind on my Face (“Vento no Rosto,” in Portuguese) is a book created by children with messages for adults. The story was created by 12 boys and girls between 6 and 13 years old from the community of Maré, in Rio de Janeiro, through the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation’s Sport, Culture, and Citizenship project. The book…
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