The One Man Can Campaign encourages men to become actively involved in advocating gender equality, preventing gender-based violence and responding to HIV and AIDS. This action toolkit provides a range of resources including strategy recommendations, workshop activities and fact sheets for NGO’s or other organizations to support their work in engaging men to take action, strengthening community mobilization and conducting public awareness to change harmful gender norms.
Sexual and gender-based Violence
This national evaluation framework, produced by White Ribbon Canada, has been collaboratively developed by a community of practice of organisations working to engage communities to end violence against women and girls. Nine organisations contributed their evaluation documentation and programme experiences. The aim of the framework is to identify shared results across the programmes and provide an evaluation tool for others.
This EMERGE practice brief pulls together lessons from good practice highlighted in the EMERGE case studies series. It will be useful for those designing and implementing projects, programmes and other initiatives to work with men and boys for gender equality. It addresses: how to focus or target an initiative with men and boys, designing a successful initiative, and challenges and future priorities.
This story of change pulls out the key findings and recommendations from EMERGE case study 8, which focuses on the HarassMap and Imprint initiatives in Egypt. Male and female volunteers are working together to tackle sexual harassment in public spaces.
This story of change pulls out the key findings and recommendations from EMERGE case study 7, which focuses on the work of Living Peace in DRC. This initiative provides support through group therapy for men (and their partners) to reduce sexual and gender based violence and promote equitable gender norms.
This story of change pulls out the key findings and messages from EMERGE case study 3, which focuses on the work of Kembatti Mentti Gezzimma (KMG) in Kembatta Zone, Ethiopia. KMG works with men, boys, women and girls as part of its efforts to eliminate female genital mutilation-cutting.