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
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
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.
This report, Extending Paternity Leave in Colombia: Cost-Benefit Analysis and Fiscal Impact, aims to contribute to the expansion of paternity leave in Colombia by drawing on the
Equimundo in partnership with Girls Not Brides, HIAS, CARE, Puntos de Encuentro, and MenEngage Latin America hosted a webinar reflecting on lessons learned from work on masculinities
State of the World’s Fathers, produced by Equimundo, is a globally recognized, biennial report and advocacy platform aiming to change power structures, policies, and social norms around
Program D was developed based on evaluations of the Program H and M manuals, which demonstrated effectiveness in transforming harmful norms around gender and sexuality among young
Funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Puntos de Encuentro (Nicaragua) collaborated with Centro Bartolomé de las Casas (El Salvador) and Equimundo (United States) to conduct
This publication presents results from a study on masculinities and violence – inspired by IMAGES – carried out in Nicaragua, as part of a two-country research project
This publication presents the main findings from two studies on masculinities and violence – inspired by IMAGES – carried out in Managua, Nicaragua, as part of a
What puts adolescents at risk of experiencing relationship violence? In 2015, Equimundo and the Inter-American Development Bank carried out a qualitative study to examine risk and protective
State of the World’s Fathers: Latin America and the Caribbean presents research about men’s engagement in issues directly related to fatherhood, including caregiving and parenting tasks; child
The Man Box report, launched by Equimundo and Axe, is a new study on young men’s attitudes, behaviors, and understandings of manhood. The research was conducted with
This report reviews regional policies, action plans, and impact-evaluated programs that engage men in the prevention and elimination of violence against women and girls (VAWG) in Latin
Launched in June 2015 in 10 cities around the world, the first State of the World’s Fathers (SOWF) report serves as a landmark analysis of fatherhood and caregiving, drawing
This publication features specific data from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) on violence against women in three countries in the Latin American region: Brazil,
Program P (“P” for “padre” in Spanish and “pai” in Portuguese, meaning “father”) provides concrete strategies for engaging men in active caregiving from their partner’s pregnancy through their child’s early years. It identifies best practices on engaging men in maternal and child health, caregiving, and preventing violence against women and children.
2012 was marked by the expansion of Equimundo’s activities to new contexts and by our growing specialization in the methodologies and research that we have worked on
This toolkit presents the short version of the approach contained in Programs H and M. It seeks to make the model accessible so that an increasing number
Carlos’ Story was originally part of a project entitled “Life Stories of Young Men in Managua” by the Nicaraguan NGO Puntos de Encuentro that aimed to increase
This report presents results from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) in three countries in Latin America (Brazil, Chile, and Mexico), along with reflections and recommendations
This report is an impact evaluation of a multi-country project to engage men and boys in preventing violence against women and promoting gender equality. Implemented in India, Brazil,
This report presents results from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) conducted in Chile in 2011.