The Engaging Men for Gender Equality in the Workplace training manual engages employees (men and women) in dynamic group activities and discussions, as well as individual reflections,
Program P (“P” for the words for father in Portuguese, pai, and Spanish, padre) was developed in 2011 specifically to promote men’s positive involvement as fathers in maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) and in caring for their children. Since then, it has been adapted in close to 30 countries by a wide array of partner organizations, ranging from small community-based organizations to large multilateral development organizations and governments, often in partnership with Equimundo.
The State of the World’s Fathers 2023 (SOWF 2023) report reveals that thousands of women and men across the world are calling for care to be central to their lives, which can only be addressed by a fundamental overhaul of power structures, policies, and social norms around both paid and unpaid care work.
The purpose of this paper, Boyhood and Child, Early, and Forced Marriages and Unions: An Evidence Review, is to lay out the case for including boys in
A key driver to achieving meaningful gender equality is understanding not only women’s attitudes but men’s too, alongside their behaviors inside and outside the home and actively
The International Men and Gender Survey (IMAGES) online repository is an open-access, organized, and searchable database of all questions ever asked in adaptations of IMAGES across the world.
Apart from what it means in their own lives, men’s exposure to violence, trauma and adversity are key risk factors for men’s self-inflicted harm and their use
This resource for adapting and replicating the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) was developed by Promundo-US drawing from the Toolkit for Replicating the UN Multi-Country Study
So you’d like to put IMAGES data to use to improve your programs, advocacy, or campaigns? You’ve come to the right place! This toolkit provides a clear,
This review on Program H – a gender-transformative approach designed to engage young men in changing gender norms related to masculinities that perpetuate gender inequality – brings
This programming and influencing package includes resources developed for programs that aim to increase male engagement in nurturing care and early childhood development (ECD), as well as
The State of the World’s Fathers 2021 report – the fourth in the series – presents research on care work during the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on structural
The current global pandemic is causing a dramatic shift in the way practitioners design programs – motivated by the desire to deliver services even amidst restrictions on
COVID-19 has affected individuals and communities in gendered ways. A spike in men’s violence against women has been documented in multiple settings. Women have faced disproportionate job
In this Annual Report, we focus on how in the past year, we spoke truth to power; generated new research on masculinities; evaluated what works to engage
In 2016, Rutgers and partners Sonke Gender Justice, Promundo-US, and MenEngage Alliance started Prevention+: a five-year, multi-country program in Indonesia, Lebanon, Pakistan, Rwanda, and Uganda that sought
A first-of-its-kind, research-backed initiative focused on boyhood, founded by Equimundo and the Kering Foundation in partnership with Plan International, launches today in the United States (US) with
A new report, based on critical masculinity theory and a wide range of academic and news sources, reveals and analyzes the interconnections among men, masculinities, and the far-reaching impacts of COVID-19.
Masculinities and COVID-19: Making the Connections provides an evidence-based overview of key issues in relation to men, masculinities, and COVID-19, setting these within a gendered approach. It
This paper presents an emerging body of evidence, which affirms that positive father engagement in the lives of their children – much like positive involvement of mothers
In 2019, with partners, we led research into key areas that influence gender equality, exploring connections between masculinity and countering violent extremism and social safety nets globally,
New study affirms men who harbor more harmful attitudes about masculinity – including beliefs about aggression and homophobia – tend toward bullying, sexual harassment, depression, and suicidal thoughts.
Welcome to “Equimundo in the Press,” a monthly recap of media that mention Equimundo or MenCare, the global fatherhood campaign that Equimundo co-coordinates. We know that in
This learning brief is part of a set of three from Plan International Canada and Equimundo; the brief documents lessons learned from Plan International Canada’s Strengthening Health