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
Many countries around the world are experiencing a period of increasing conservatism, and in some cases, a turn away from universal human rights. This shift may include the reinforcing of patriarchal structures, limiting of access to rights, and the increasing marginalization of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities. Prevention+, a multi-country program uses a variety of strategies to advance healthy, respectful, and equal relationships; this includes the engagement of religious leaders to prevent gender-based violence (GBV).
How do we prevent violence against women? Extensive research and expertise in the field demonstrate that part of the answer is to address the root causes of
This Prevention+ case study highlights Rutgers WPF Indonesia work to prevent gender-based violence (GBV) and re-define negative cultural and social norms on masculinity using positive messages. The
This brochure outlines the approach, values, and goals of the Prevention+ program, a five-year multi-country program that envisions a world where healthy, respectful, and equal relationships are the
Equimundo, together with Rutgers and Sonke Gender Justice, is beginning a multi-country, multi-year program in 2016 to engage men and boys in reducing gender-based violence and promoting
Adapted from the first State of the World’s Fathers (SOWF) report in 2015, this report focuses on men’s caregiving practices in Indonesia. The country analysis presents a rapid assessment