A comparative study of men's roles in violence against women programs in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Timore Leste
There is now an acceptance from NGOs, donors, and academics in the aid sector that men have an important role to play as allies in violence against women initiatives and projects. This recognition is not a sudden phenomenon, but comes as a result of the combination of the efforts of the feminist movement which first sought to have violence against women recognised as an international development issue, and the influence of academic literature about masculinities which argued for men's activism...[Show more]
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