What do male identities mean in situations of violence and armed conflict? And how can our understanding of them advance development and gender equity in conflict and post conflict settings?
This study examines the inclinations of many males for violence after wars. The author highlights the need for differentiated gender perspectives in order to put an end to widespread gender-specific and sexualized violence. The key factor being the inclusion of men in finding solutions and to the need to win them over so they can become agents of change.