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Living Peace Groups Implementation Manual and Final Project Report: GBV Prevention and Social Restoration in the DRC and Burundi (2014)

Authors: Promundo

This manual provides the resources and tools for organizations and practitioners in post-conflict settings to sustainably engage men in gender-based violence prevention through Living Peace groups. The methodology is based on best practices with male social group-therapy programs and gender-transformative group educational programs developed by Promundo.

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A Study of Gender, Masculinities and Reintegration of Former Combatants in Rwanda: Results from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) (2014)
Authors: Henny Slegh, Angela Jansen, Gary Barker, and Kate Doyle

This report presents results from IMAGES conducted in the Mutobo Demobilization and Reintegration Center in Rwanda by Promundo and partners during October 2013 and January 2014.

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The Other Side of Gender: Men as Critical Agents of Change (2013)

Authors: Joseph Vess, Gary Barker, Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini, and Alexa Hassink

This report aims to complement and further the work of the women, peace, and security agenda through a discussion of the formation of male identities, drivers of conflict, and the effects of conflict on male identities. Understanding the varied perceptions and experiences of men and how they can positively contribute to peace and security efforts, this report recommends better inclusion of male issues and their experiences in the shaping of gender-sensitive peace and security policies.

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Global pathways to men’s caregiving: Mixed methods findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey and the Men Who Care study (2014)

Authors: Jane Kato-Wallace, Gary Barker, Marci Eads & Ruti Levtov

This mixed method study explores which men are more involved in caregiving, and what childhood and adulthood factors influence their level of involvement.

This is an Author’s Accepted Manuscript of an article published in Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, 2014, copyright Taylor & Francis, available online here.

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The Making of Sexual Violence: How Does a Boy Grow Up to Commit Rape? (2014)

Authors: Brian Heilman, Luciana Hebert, Nastasia Paul-Gera

This report presents an overview of five study sites of the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES), presents findings related to men’s self-reported perpetration of sexual violence, investigates seven domains of possible influences on men’s sexual violence perpetration and provides actionable lessons and recommendations.

The International Center for Research on Women conducted this analysis and wrote this report, with feedback and guidance from Promundo.

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Gender Relations, Sexual and Gender-Based Violence and the Effects of Conflict on Women and Men in North Kivu, Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo: Results from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – IMAGES (2014)

Authors: Promundo and Sonke Gender Justice

This report presents the complete results from IMAGES conducted by Promundo, Sonke Gender Justice and Institut Supérieur du Lac in Goma, North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Men, Women and the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children And Adolescents in Four Brazilian Cities: Results from a Qualitative and Quantitative Study (2013)

Authors: Márcio Segundo, Marcos Nascimento, Danielle Araújo, Tatiana Moura

To promote further understanding of the practices and factors associated with the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents (CSECA), Promundo, with the support of Oak Foundation, carried out a qualitative and quantitative study to map and understand men and women’s perceptions of CSECA in four Brazilian cities, seeking to understand to what extent the attitudes of men and women contribute to its perpetuation.

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Programs for Men who Have Used Violence Against Women: Recommendations for Action and Caution (2013)

Authors: Alice Taylor and Gary Barker, with coordination from Gary Barker and Tatiana Moura of Promundo, Dean Peacock of the Sonke Gender Justice Network, and Rachel Ploem from Rutgers WPF

This briefing prepared in collaboration by MenEngage, Promundo, Rutgers WPF and MenCare+, explores how programs for men who have used IPV can be part of comprehensive approaches to ending IPV but that they must be implemented with considerable caution. It reviews the literature on approaches and common program components; summarizes the emerging evidence, including evaluation trends; and discusses the challenges with implementing such programs as well as alternative models for holding men accountable for violence. A section dedicated to implications for Global South settings follows, and the final section presents considerations for the field.

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Comprendiendo el Ejercicio de Violencia de los Hombres hacia las Mujeres: Algunos Resultados de la Encuesta Images Brasil, Chile y México (2013)

Authors: Gary Barker, Francisco Aguayo and Pablo Correa

This publication, available in Spanish, features specific data 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, Chile y México.”

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‘I can do women’s work’: reflections on engaging men as allies in women’s economic empowerment in Rwanda (2013)

Authors: Henny Slegh, Gary Barker, Augustin Kimonyo, Prudence Ndolimana and Matt Bannerman

The benefits of women’s economic empowerment are well-known and documented in the development literature. Few studies and interventions, however, have explored how men react or can be engaged to enhance such interventions. This article presents an evaluation of a pilot project in Rwanda in collaboration with CARE Rwanda’s Village Savings and Loan (VSL) programme that deliberately engaged men as partners of women beneficiaries of the micro-credit programme.

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