Equimundo in the Press: August 2016

Equimundo in the Press

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Welcome to “Equimundo in the Press,” a monthly recap of media that mentions Equimundo’s work. We know that in order to create a truly equal, nonviolent world in which men and boys are allies in the fight for gender justice, we need to spread the word. Here are the top 10 featured articles from August:

  1. Fast Company cites MenCare’s State of America’s Fathers report in “3 Overlooked Reasons Why Gender Equality Is Being Held Back.”
  2. Ozy profiles Equimundo’s Senior Fellow Shereen El Feki (with a shout out to IMAGES in the Middle East).
  3. In Oxfam’s Policy and Practice blog, Equimundo’s Nina Ford argues “For Women’s Economic Opportunity, We Need More Caring Men.”
  4. Univision quotes Tatiana Moura and Equimundo’s research in “Rio de Janeiro’s Long Struggle for Peace.”
  5. In Huffington Post, Matthew Melmed, Director of Zero to Three, discusses key findings from State of America’s Fathers, a MenCare publication.
  6. Fatherly cites data from MenCare’s State of the World’s Fathers report in “An International Guide To Raising Children From 8 Cultures With Amazing Parents.”
  7. The Valley Advocate covers the formation of MERGE for Equality in Massachusetts, including the organization’s partnership with MenCare.
  8. In News18, “World Breastfeeding Week: Fathers Can Play Important Role Too” pulls from research in State of the World’s Fathers, a MenCare publication.
  9. In Insight on Conflict, Living Peace Institute’s Nadia Shabani and Equimundo’s Alexa Hassink discuss a Living Peace military participant’s story of change in “Soldiers for peace in DR Congo.”
  10. A piece titled “The Roots of the Family” in Development & Cooperation cites MenCare Global Co-Coordinator Wessel van den Berg and State of Africa’s Fathers, a MenCare publication.
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