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What men can do to stop sexism and male violence

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What can men do to stop sexism and men's violence against women? What can men do to build gender equality and prevent and reduce men's violence against women?

I first compiled a collection of tips and guides, from a range of sources, in 2009. I've included this below, as a Word document. But I have now also added a range of other guides and sources. These include lengthy, detailed accounts of the kinds of actions men can take (such as my report, Men Speak Up: A toolkit for action in men’s daily lives), and short infographics and other materials. Chris Crass's piece is a particularly strong, intersectional account. Also see Julian Real's piece, available on XY here.

Additions are most welcome.

What men can do to stop.doc81 KB
Flood, Men Speak Up 2011.pdf236.99 KB
Katz, 10 things men can do Flyer 1999 English.pdf20.54 KB
Katz, 10 things men can do Flyer 1999 Espanol.pdf43.93 KB
6 things men can do to stop street harassment.jpg833.81 KB
Men Taking Action Against Gendered Violence March 2015.jpg213.85 KB
Ten things men can do.jpg75.98 KB
Catalyst, Actions Men Can Take to Create an Inclusive Workplace 2009.pdf164.87 KB
Promundo, 16 Days of Activism 16 Ways to Act Against Gender-Based Violence.pdf2.18 MB
Farrand, Suggestions for Men Regarding Conduct in Feminist Spaces 2007.pdf28.49 KB
karnythia, The Dos and Don'ts of Being a Good Ally 2009.pdf30.4 KB
Pagano, So You Want to Be an Ally 2010.pdf172.32 KB
Mardoll, Feminism - How To Be A Male Ally 2012.pdf75.86 KB
Urbina, 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women.doc45.65 KB
20 things that men can do to challenge patriarchy.pdf112.27 KB
Crass, Against Patriarchy - 20 Tools for Men to Further Feminist Revolution 2014.pdf104.76 KB