Equimundo in the Press: December 2016

Equimundo in the Press

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Welcome to “Equimundo in the Press,” a monthly recap of media that mention 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 December:

  1. Equimundo President and CEO Gary Barker writes, “Gender Equality Won’t be Achieved with Small-Scale Work: The State of the Field of Engaging Men,” originally posted in Swedish magazine OmVärlden.
  2. Peace News recuts Equimundo’s film for their piece titled “Abby and Kyalu: Recovering from Rape in the DRC.”
  3. Aloys Mahwa of Living Peace Institute, a Equimundo affiliate in DRC, was chosen as one of Together for Girls’ 16 Heroes for 2016 in Safe Magazine, alongside high-profile individuals such as Joe Biden and Ashley Judd.
  4. Plus 55 cites Equimundo’s research in “How Gender Inequality Plays out in the Brazilian Household.”
  5. Attn: cites State of the World’s Fathers, a MenCare publication, while making the case for paid parental leave in “One Thing We Need to Give Men to Ensure Gender Equality.”
  6. The Good Men Project cross-posted a piece by Equimundo-Brasil’s Tatiana Moura, “Brazil’s Proposed Policies Will Hurt Women’s Equality — and be Bad for Men, too.”
  7. Rigzone cites State of the World’s Fathers’ call for paternity leave in “Recruitment Trends to Watch for in 2017.”
  8. The Womanity blog promotes a new short film produced by ABAAD with key stakeholders, including Equimundo’s Gary Barker, speaking about Programme Ra (the Lebanese adaptation of Program H).
  9. True Viral News picked up TIME’s article, “The Secret War Crime,” which mentions Equimundo and the Living Peace program.
  10. In the Portuguese magazine Revista Donna, Equimundo is cited in “Não são só as mulheres: pesquisa mostra que homens também sofrem com machismo” (in English: “It’s not just women: research shows that men also suffer from machismo”).
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