Engaging men in preventing men’s violence against women: Practical guides and manuals
How can we effectively engage men in preventing men’s violence against women? How can we mobilise their commitment and activism? The following guides and manuals provide useful guidance on the practicalities of this work. See below for PDF copies of each. Also see further below for other resources.
African Women’s Development and Communications Network. (2014). A handbook for religious and cultural leaders engaging communities to end Female Genital Mutilation. The African Women’s Development and Communications Network, 2014.
Berkowitz, Alan D. (2001). Critical Elements of Sexual Assault Prevention and Risk Reduction Programs. Chapter 3 in C. Kilmartin: Sexual Assault in Context: Teaching College Men About Gender. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications.
Berkowitz, Alan D. (2004a) Working With Men to Prevent Violence Against Women: An Overview. (Part One) National Resource Centre on Domestic Violence: VAWnet Applied Research Forum, October.
Berkowitz, Alan D. (2004b) Working With Men to Prevent Violence Against Women: Program modalities and formats. (Part Two) National Resource Centre on Domestic Violence: VAWnet Applied Research Forum, October.
Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ). (2015). Windows to Working with Men and Boys: Compendium of Interventions and Research from the 2nd MenEngage Global Symposium 2014, Men and Boys for Gender Justice, New Delhi. New Delhi: CHSJ.
CulturaSalud. (2012). Hombres jóvenes por el fin de la violencia: Manual para facilitadores y facilitadoras (Young men for the end of violence: manual for facilitators). CulturaSalud/EME.
Edström, J.; Hassink, A.; Shahrokh, T. and Stern, E. (eds) (2015) Engendering Men: A Collaborative Review of Evidence on Men and Boys in Social Change and Gender Equality. EMERGE Evidence Review, Promundo-US, Sonke Gender Justice and the Institute of Development Studies.
EngenderHealth. (2008a). Engaging Boys and Men in Gender Transformation: The Group Education Manual. EngenderHealth/The ACQUIRE Project and Instituto Promundo.
EngenderHealth. (2008b). Engaging Men at the Community Level. EngenderHealth/The ACQUIRE Project and Instituto Promundo.
Family Violence Prevention Fund. (2004). Toolkit for Working with Men and Boys to Prevent Gender-Based Violence. San Francisco, CA: FVPF. URL: www.endabuse.org/toolkit.
FEMNET. (2013). Masculinities & Engaging Men: Training Manual. FEMNET.
Funk, Rus Ervin. (2006). Reaching Men: Strategies for Preventing Sexist Attitudes, Behaviors, and Violence. Indianopolis, IN: Jist Publishing (304 pp.).
Greig, Alan, with Jerker Edström. (2012) Mobilising Men in Practice: Challenging sexual and gender-based violence in institutional settings. Institute of Development Studies, Brighton: IDS.
Gueddes, A. (2015). Virtual knowledge centre to end violence against women and girls: Men and boys module. UN Women. URL: http://endvawnow.org/en/modules/view/9-men-boys.html, Acccessed January 5, 2016.
Instituto Promundo. (2002). Working with Young Men Manual Series. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Instituto Promundo.
IRC (2013). Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls: Engaging Men Through Accountable Practice: A transformative individual behavior change intervention for conflict-affected communities - PART 1: INTRODUCTORY GUIDE. New York: International Rescue Committee.
Kaufman, Michael. (2011). The Day the White Ribbon Campaign Change the Game: A New Direction in Working to Engage Men and Boys. In Canadian Men and Masculinities, edited by Chris Greig and Wayne Martino, Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press/Women’s Press.
Kilmartin, Christopher T. (2001). Sexual Assault in Context: Teaching College Men About Gender. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications.
Malik, B., R. Karkara, and N. Baruah. (2006). Mapping of Tools for Working with Men and Boys to End Violence Against Girls, Boys and Women. Kathmandu, Nepal & New Dehli, India Save the Children Sweden-Denmark Regional Programme for South and Central Asia and UNIFEM Regional Office for South Asia.
Miruka, Okumba. (2013). A training manual on masculinities and engaging men to end gender based violence. African Women’s Development and Communication Network (FEMNET).
Promundo and CARE International in Rwanda. (2012). Journeys of Transformation: A Training Manual for Engaging Men as Allies in Women’s Economic Empowerment. Washington, DC, USA, and Kigali, Rwanda: Promundo and CARE.
Roy, Rahul, Dilip Simeon, Maria Rashid, Raziq Fahim, and Sanjay Srivastava. (2012). SANAM Study Guide for Second Round of Fellowship Programme.
SANAM. (no date). Workbook for Young Men on Violence and Masculinities. New Delhi: South Asian Network to Address Masculinities (SANAM).
Texas Council on Family Violence. (2010). Guide to Engaging Men and Boys in Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls. Men’s Nonviolence Project. URL: http://www.tcfv.org/pdf/mensguide/EngagingMenandBoys.pdf.
UN Women Training Centre. (2016). Understanding masculinities and violence against women and girls: Self-learning booklet. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: UN Women Training Centre.
UNFPA. (2009). Partnering With Men To End Gender-Based Violence: Practices that work from Eastern Europe and Central Asia. URL: http://www.unfpa.org/webdav/site/global/shared/documents/publications/2009/partnering_with_men.pdf
UNIFEM. (2010). Virtual Knowledge Centre to End Violence Against Women and Girls. Section: Men & Boys. URL: http://www.endvawnow.org/en/modules/view/9-men-boys.html.
Wells, L., Lorenzetti, L., Carolo, H., Dinner, T., Jones, C., Minerson, T., & Esina, E. (2013). Engaging men and boys in domestic violence prevention: Opportunities and promising approaches. Calgary, AB: The University of Calgary, Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence.
Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children. (2008). Engaging Men and Boys in Refugee Settings to Address Sexual and Gender Based Violence.