PROMOTING NURTURING, EQUITABLE, NON-VIOLENT MASCULINITY SINCE 2011

Equimundo: Center for Masculinities and Social Justice (formerly Promundo-US) works to promote gender equality and create a world free from violence by engaging men and boys in partnership with women, girls, and individuals of all gender identities.  Formerly known as Promundo, our work emerges from more than two decades of local and international research, program development and advocacy.

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45,000

International Men and Gender Equality survey (IMAGES) respondents, the largest dataset in the world on men, masculinities and gender equality.

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40+

Countries where Program H/Manhood 2.0, our evidence-based flagship group education and community activism model for engaging young men on healthy masculinity and gender equality, has been implemented with community partners.

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State of the World’s Fathers Reports, the world’s only global report on men’s involvement in parenting and care work.

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Our Work

Equimundo works to achieve gender equality and social justice by transforming intergenerational patterns of harm and promoting patterns of care, empathy and accountability among boys and men throughout their lives. We do this in four areas of work.

Equimundo’s work focuses on shifting norms, attitudes and behaviors of individuals, of whole communities, and of important policy and norms-setting institutions that shape and define masculinity and gender equality.

Equimundo aims to achieve our mission working with our partners through three overlapping approaches: Research, Programs, and Advocacy.

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