This series of parenting programs briefs was developed by UNICEF, The Prevention Collaborative, and Equimundo to support parenting practitioners to integrate the prevention of violence against children and women and gender equality promotion within parenting programs.
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.
Program Abb (meaning father in Arabic) is a first-of-its-kind initiative aimed at encouraging fathers to play an active role in caring for their young children.
This tip sheet provides recommendations for television writers and content creators on how to play a role in creating a gender equal, nonviolent future – and how
Programs that work with parents to build couple relationship and parenting skills and include critical reflection on gender norms are a promising approach for reducing violence against
The Living Peace Institute (LPI) is a Congolese non-profit organization dedicated to promoting mental and psychosocial health of people in conflict areas to restore peace and stability. It was born out of research from the International Men and Gender Survey (IMAGES) and grounded in evidence-based research on breaking cycles of violence.
Program P is a gender-transformative intervention targeting parents (future or current parents of children aged 0-5 years). It is designed to encourage participants and community members to challenge harmful social beliefs and norms around gender power and roles. Program P was created by Equimundo along with Cultura Salud/EME and REDMAS as part of the MenCare campaign.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a violation of human rights. Every girl and woman has the right to be protected from this harmful practice, a manifestation of
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.
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.
The inaugural State of American Men report by Equimundo, “From Crisis and Confusion to Hope,” seeks to understand the realities of men in 2023.
The Generations for Change curriculum engages with both parents and their young adolescents to reduce intergenerational violence and foster healthy, caring, and supportive relationships between parents and
As a signatory to several international conventions foundational to women’s rights, the Kingdom of Jordan formally aims to be a country where equal rights are guaranteed to
From education and achievement to mental health and well-being to violence and aggression, the ‘state
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
Between November 2017 and December 2021, Equimundo (Formerly Promundo-US) with the support of the Swedish International Development Cooperation (SIDA), implemented a multi-year, multiphase program to prevent violence
Masculinity, Violence Against Women, and Justice-Seeking in Nepal is the result of the second round of International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) data collection in Nepal,
The Journeys of Transformation (JoT) program was created and implemented in Rwanda by CARE Rwanda, RWAMREC, and Equimundo to engage men as allies in women’s economic empowerment.
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
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.
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