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Bandebereho/Role Model: Fathers and Couples Program Reduces Domestic Violence by 44%

Prevention+

This Prevention+ case study highlights the MenCare+ program in Rwanda, the precursor of Prevention+. Results from the randomized control trial showed violence by men against their partners was reduced by over 40%. The program (known as Bandebereho in Rwanda, meaning “role model”) built the participants’ skills to have stronger, more equal and nonviolent relationships among…
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Preventing Violence and Promoting Fatherhood in Pakistan

Prevention+

This Prevention+ case study highlights the work to engage men and boys in the Rutgers Pakistan initiatives. Strategies include capacity building for stakeholders (such as trainings for government institutions, community members and youth), youth empowerment initiatives, participation in alliances and advocacy activities. A fatherhood campaign was conducted across Pakistan to encourage the transformation of negative…
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National Dialogue to Prevent Violence Against Women

Prevention+

This Prevention+ case study highlights the work in Lebanon with religious leaders. Throughout the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, religious leaders are highly influential figures who directly and indirectly affect laws, policies, and social norms. ABAAD has been pioneering the field of engaging men and boys in MENA since 2011. This case study is…
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Training the Police: How to Implement Institutional Level Change to Reduce Gender-Based Violence

Prevention+

This Prevention+ case study highlights Rutgers WPF Indonesia work to prevent gender-based violence (GBV) and re-define negative cultural and social norms on masculinity using positive messages. The work includes promoting the equal sharing of roles and parenting in the domestic environment and providing men with counseling services on domestic violence in order to change behavior….
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A Men’s Perspective on Gender Equality in Kosovo: Main Findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES)

OSCE Mission in Kosovo, UNFPA Kosovo

This study is primarily based on the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES). A mixed methodology approach was used, which included desk research, a quantitative survey with 1,001 men and 500 women, four focus group discussions and 26 in-depth interviews with key stakeholders and experts. The study aims to gain a comprehensive understanding of…
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Engaging Men in Unpaid Care Work: An Advocacy Brief for Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Promundo-US, UNFPA

Unpaid care work is one of the key drivers of women’s inequality. In Eastern Europe, it is also an element in continuing low fertility as the prospect of having to shoulder most of the unpaid care forces women to choose between having children and having a career. Over the past 10 years, new data on…
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Men in Serbia: Changes, Resistance and Challenges

Marina Hughson

Men in Serbia: Changes, Resistance and Challenges addresses key issues in the field of men and gender equality, including partner relations, the dynamics of family relationships, and key health and gender-related attitudes and behaviors of men. This report provides survey findings using the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) methodology which was developed by Promundo…
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Masculinity Today: Men’s Attitudes to Gender Stereotypes and Violence Against Women

UNFPA Ukraine

To fill the gaps in the data on men’s behavioral practices and attitudes related to gender equality and violence, UNFPA Ukraine launched a survey – based on the approaches of Promundo’s International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMАGES) – adjusted to the socio-cultural context in Ukraine. The survey topics covered men’s experiences in childhood and…
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The Bullying Crisis: Drivers and Consequences Among Young Men in the US: Executive Summary

Taveeshi Gupta, Brian Heilman

Building on prior research by Promundo-US and Axe, Unilever’s leading male grooming brand, The Bullying Crisis: Drivers and Consequences Among Young Men in the US explores how young men use, experience, witness, and intervene to stop multiple forms of physical, social, and online bullying using a nationally representative sample in the United States. In addition, this report…
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The Bullying Crisis: Drivers and Consequences Among Young Men in the US

Taveeshi Gupta, Brian Heilman

The Bullying Crisis: Drivers and Consequences Among Young Men in the US report builds on prior research by Promundo-US and Axe, Unilever’s leading male grooming brand, in The Man Box report. In line with a burgeoning field of bullying research, this new study explores how young men use, experience, witness, and intervene to stop multiple forms of physical, social,…
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