Engaging Men on Gender Equality: learning from programming and practice

24 August 2018

This paper provides a summary of Concern’s approach, experiences, results and learning to date in terms of engaging men on gender equality. 

Chibala, 55, cooks at his home in May 2014 in Zambia with his wife Catherine, 43, sat next to him. Photo: Gareth Bentley / Concern Worldwide.
Chibala, 55, cooks at his home in May 2014 in Zambia with his wife Catherine, 43, sat next to him. Photo: Gareth Bentley / Concern Worldwide.

The paper aims to contribute to the evidence base of what is effective in the area of engaging men on gender equality. It is primarily aimed at Concern programmes, partner organisations and practitioners wanting to deepen their knowledge of the rationale for and approach with which to engage men for gender equality.

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