The research process for this case study engaged with members of civil society organisations, individual activists, political and institutional leaders, students and community activists.
Thus, organisations that engaged in this study as stakeholders in MASVAW’s work towards gender equality, and that have shown commitment through their work to engage men and boys in transforming gendered power asymmetries have come forward to be included and involved in this database. In other words, organisations (and smaller units) self-selected in relation to this criteria, during the research process.
Image from IDS: Awareness raising with men to end violence against women in Varanasi, India
|Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ)||
The Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ) is a civil society institution with the mission of promoting human development, gender equality, human rights and social justice, with specific reference to the field of health.
|Department of Social Work, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith||
Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith was established by Mahatma Gandhi in 1921 to engage students in Indian Freedom Movement and to raise political consciousness among youth.
|Faculty of Education, Banaras Hindu University||
The Faculty of Education is a teaching and research organisation, including a course, taught to teachers and prospective teachers, on Sociology of Education and Gender and Education.
|HUMSAFAR (Support Centre for Women)||
HUMSAFAR, a Support Centre for Women in Crisis in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, provides direct support to women facing domestic violence, as well as promoting public awareness.
|Mahila Samakhya, Varanasi centre||
Mahila Samakhya Varanasi is a non-government organisation which views education as a tool for empowering women and works to create an environment for women empowerment through education and economic independence.
|Men’s Action to Stop Violence Against Women (MASVAW)||
Men’s Action to Stop Violence Against Women (MASVAW) is an alliance of men and organisations working on gender issues, who are committed to reacting to and reducing incidents of violence against women.
SAHAYOG is a non-profit voluntary organisation working to promote gender equality and women’s health from a human rights framework since 1992.