men, masculinities and gender politics


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  • 27 Nov 2015

    How can men help to build gender equality at work? In this XY collection, we bring together key reports, manuals, and other resources. While this collection focuses on paid work and workplaces, other materials in XY's "Resources" collections are relevant for work with men in general to build gender equality.

    Further suggestions are most welcome.

  • 10 Nov 2015

    This Promising Practices Guide identifies and discusses key lessons that have been learned from the implementation of the Men as Partners (MAP) programme in South Africa.  These lessons on promising practices have been drawn from the work of the MAP programme partners, including Planned Parenthood Association of South Africa (PPASA), Hope Worldwide, the AIDS Consortium and their affiliates, as well as the Solidarity Centre and their trade union partners.

  • 06 Nov 2015

    Is a lack of ‘male role models’ the source of the problems faced - and caused - by young men today? Does involving more men in boys’ care and welfare make a difference? How much do we actually know about the importance of gender in work with young men?

  • 02 Oct 2015

    White Ribbon Canada has released a framework for the evaluation of efforts to engage men and boys in ending gender-based violence.
    In October 2013, White Ribbon began coordinating a National Community of Practice comprising of organizations with projects funded by Status of Women Canada’s “Working Together: Engaging Communities to End Violence Against Women and Girls.” Together we are building a National Community of Practice focused on sharing lessons learned, challenges and enabling factors in engaging men and boys for gender-based violence prevention.

  • 30 Sep 2015

    CALL FOR PAPERS | Postgraduate Conference: Masculinities, Violence and (Post-) Conflict

    Date: Thursday, 14 January 2016, 09:00 – 17:00
    Venue: Ulster University, York St. Campus (Belfast, Northern Ireland)

  • 27 Sep 2015

  • 10 Sep 2015

    When Men Change tells the story of four men who changed the way they think about gender equality, sexual and reproductive health, and violence. In recent years, there has been increased interest in exploring how men can contribute to promoting gender equality and preventing violence against women and girls. As the evidence base grows, now is the time to answer the question: “What works to engage men in achieving gender equality?”

  • 10 Sep 2015

    Gender, Work and Organization (GWO)
    9th Biennial International Interdisciplinary conference, 29th June-1st July, 2016
    Keele University, UK

    Masculinities: a non/contested terrain?

    David Knights, Lancaster University & Open University, ENGLAND
    Alison Pullen, Macquarie University, AUSTRALIA

    Since the 1970s discourses of managerialism and masculinity have been pre-eminent in organizations
    within neo-liberal economies. They thrive on disembodied and phallogocentric modes of rationality

  • 27 Aug 2015

    Our world is a deeply unequal one. Systemic inequalities which disadvantage women and advantage men are visible around the globe. Whether one looks at political power and authority, economic resources and decision-making, sexual and family relations, or media and culture, one finds gender inequalities. These are sustained in part by constructions of masculinity–by the cultural meanings associated with being a man, the practices which men adopt, and the collective and institutional organisation of men’s lives and relations.

  • 06 Aug 2015

    Call For Papers: Motherhood/Fatherhood and Popular Culture

    Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association (PCA/ACA)
    National Conference: Seattle, WA March 21-25, 2016

    I am looking for papers for multiple panels for the PCA/ACA Motherhood/Fatherhood Area on any aspect of motherhood and or fatherhood in popular culture.

    Possible topics to consider include, but are not limited to, the following:
    -TV shows, including talk shows, family dramas, sitcoms, and animation
    -print and electronic journalism and gossip rags; magazines
    -celebrity culture