Theories and Promising Practices on Engaging Men and Boys in Gender Equality

Theories and Promising Practices on Engaging Men and Boys in Gender Equality

30 November 2016

This report by Promundo staff, Gary Barker and Jane Kato, is the result of a scoping study to provide Concern Worldwide with concrete recommendations on how to effectively integrate boys and men into their gender equality programming.

A number of programme experiences with men and boys worldwide have confirmed that well-designed group education, counselling and health promotion activities carried out by community-based NGOs, in health clinics, in the school setting and via community outreach and mass media can influence men's attitudes and behaviours in gender-equitable ways.

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Theories and Promising Practices on Engaging Men and Boys in Gender Equality

This report looks at the growing body of evidence which affirms the importance of engaging men in gender equality programming.
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