Engaging young people in peer dialogue, critical thinking, and activism, this program aims to address inequitable gender norms, promote racial justice, and ultimately reduce violence and discrimination in communities in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
In a world where conversations around sexual and reproductive health can be shrouded in stigma and secrecy, it’s essential to create safe and inclusive spaces for young
Many Ways of Being is a sex education curriculum focused on gender equity, healthy relationships, & safer sex practices. This inclusive, youth-centered program can be implemented in schools and community centers with youth of all genders ages 15-19.
This June, Equimundo launched the 2023 edition of our State of America’s Fathers report during the Congressional Dads Caucus’ week of action for Father’s Day. During a
Many Ways of Being is a sex education program for young people of all gender identities, ages 15 to 19, aiming to promote healthy, consensual, and violence-free
The State of America’s Fathers study and report start from the belief that empowering and supporting men to be caregivers is necessary for all of us – for women and gender-diverse individuals and the equality they deserve, for children, for men themselves, and for our country.
Manhood 2.0 is an initiative developed by Equimundo and the University of Pittsburgh to engage adolescent boys and young men (ages 15-24) in reflecting on the impacts
The inaugural State of American Men report by Equimundo, “From Crisis and Confusion to Hope,” seeks to understand the realities of men in 2023.
On December 6th, 2022, Equimundo hosted a panel discussion in partnership with the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, D.C. on fatherhood and care equity.
As a country, we in the US face a storm of overlapping crises, resulting in exhaustion, grief, stresses on our mental health, polarization, and pessimism. In moments
On June 8th we launched This is Us? How TV Does and Doesn’t Get Male Caregiving at the Ebell of Los Angeles with the report’s co-author, the
Television has the power to shape our culture. Our report, This Is Us? How TV Does and Doesn’t Get Men’s Caregiving, hopes to inspire new stories and reimagine what caregiving can look like on television for the next generation.
This groundbreaking study examines masculinity and representations of different identities (gender, race, LGBTQIA+ individuals, disability, age, and body size) in the most popular video games and in
In March 2021, Equimundo and Dove Men+Care carried out a nationally-representative survey in the United States focused on the links between men’s care for themselves (physical, emotional
Findings and Lessons Learned From an Evaluation of a Community-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program for Young Men provides a brief introduction to the Manhood 2.0 intervention, describes Child
Strong paid leave programs are proven to be a vital tool for protecting employees’ and businesses’ economic security and health during the current global pandemic. A new
The State of America’s Boys: An Urgent Case for a More Connected Boyhood presents research and expert perspectives and investigates what it is about boyhood that too
“If He Can See It, Will He Be It? Representations of Masculinity in Boys’ Television” was developed through a collaboration among Equimundo, the Geena Davis Institute on
Caring Under COVID-19: How the Pandemic Is – and Is Not – Changing Unpaid Care and Domestic Work Responsibilities in the United States, a new report by
Nearly 60% of men and women say daily house and care work has increased during the pandemic, and that it is the most time-consuming part of their days
We stand in solidarity with the Black community, Black Lives Matter, and with everyone who is in pain and is outraged by these chronic injustices.
Staying-at-Home with our Sons: Fostering Healthy Masculinity in Challenging Times, a new report by Equimundo and the Kering Foundation, summarizes the findings from a national survey of
The Staying at Home With our Sons: Fostering Healthy Masculinity in Challenging Times report summarizes the findings of that study, providing new insights on how parents can support healthier and more connected, resilient behavior in their sons.
Following the UN Secretary-General’s recommendation to Member States to amend the format of the 64th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women in light