Gender equality and men: learning from practice

Oxfam GB’s “Gender Equality and Men (GEM) project” has been seeking since 2002 to address men and boys more fully in the organization’s gender work through regional workshops, internal training, piloting new approaches, and policy and practice change. This book draws upon conclusions from this project, and shares knowledge about, and experience of, work with men on gender equality in programs run by Oxfam GB and other organizations. It also explores how work with men can be developed to promote broader gender equality and poverty reduction strategies, and to encourage a more active engagement with men through gender programming.

Institutional Sponsors: Sandy Ruxton and Oxfam

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