The State of Brazil’s Fathers report presents the state of fatherhood in Brazil, focusing on areas including sexual and reproductive health, maternal and child health, men’s health, violence against women and children, employment, public policies, civil society initiatives, economics, and same-sex couples. It also seeks to map the efforts and actors that have contributed to fostering engaged fatherhood on the national level, as well as highlighting the ideas and recommendations that may be useful in discussing the promotion of gender equality through the involvement of men in parenting and care work.



State of Brazil’s Fathers

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