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.

Photo: Concern Worldwide.
Photo: Concern Worldwide.

A number of programme experiences with men and boys worldwide have confirmed that well-designed group education, counseling 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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