(i) Recommended reading

Acquire Project. (2009). Engaging Boys and Men in Gender-based Violence Prevention and Reproductive Health in Conflict and Emergency-Response Settings: A Workshop Module. NY, USA: EngenderHealth. 60p. www.rhrc.org/resources/Conflict%20ManualCAREfor%20web.pdf.

Berkowitz, Alan D. (2001). Critical Elements of Sexual Assault Prevention and Risk Reduction Programs. Chapter 3 in C. Kilmartin: Sexual Assault in Context: Teaching College Men About Gender. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications.

Berkowitz, Alan D. (2002). Fostering Men’s Responsibility for Preventing Sexual Assault. In Preventing Violence in Relationships. Ed. P. Schewe. Washington, DC, American Psychological Association.

Berkowitz, Alan D. (2004a). Working With Men to Prevent Violence Against Women: An Overview. (Part One) National Resource Centre on Domestic Violence: VAWnet Applied Research Forum, October.

Berkowitz, Alan D. (2004b). Working With Men to Prevent Violence Against Women: Program modalities and formats. (Part Two) National Resource Centre on Domestic Violence: VAWnet Applied Research Forum, October.

Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 17, Issue sup2, November 2015, Special Issue: Beyond Working with Men and Boys.
Editorial Introduction: Beyond ‘working with men and boys’: (re)defining, challenging and transforming masculinities in sexuality and health programmes and policy / Andrew Gibbs, Cathy Vaughan & Peter Aggleton
Masculinity, sexuality and vulnerability in ‘working’ with young men in South African contexts: ‘you feel like a fool and an idiot … a loser’ / Tamara Shefer, Lou-Marie Kruger & Yeshe Schepers
Hegemonic masculinity: combining theory and practice in gender interventions / Rachel Jewkes, Robert Morrell, Jeff Hearn, Emma Lundqvist, David Blackbeard, Graham Lindegger, Michael Quayle, Yandisa Sikweyiya & Lucas Gottzén
The promises and limitations of gender-transformative health programming with men: critical reflections from the field / Shari L. Dworkin, Paul J. Fleming & Christopher J. Colvin
Working through resistance in engaging boys and men towards gender equality and progressive masculinities / Kopano Ratele
Work with men to end violence against women: a critical stocktake / Michael Flood
Challenging gender inequity through male involvement in maternal and newborn health: critical assessment of an emerging evidence base / Liz Comrie-Thomson, Mariam Tokhi, Frances Ampt, Anayda Portela, Matthew Chersich, Renu Khanna & Stanley Luchters
Lessons learned from engaging men in sexual and reproductive health as clients, partners and advocates of change in the Hoima district of Uganda / Erin Stern, Laura Pascoe, Tim Shand & Samantha Richmond
Changing what it means to ‘become a man’: participants’ reflections on a school-based programme to redefine masculinity in the Balkans / Sophie Namy, Brian Heilman, Shawna Stich, John Crownover, Besnik Leka & Jeffrey Edmeades
A focus on pleasure? Desire and disgust in group work with young men / Ester McGeeney.

Family Violence Prevention Fund. (2003). Building Partnerships to End Men’s Violence – Papers and summaries from a 2003 online discussion. URL: http://endabuse.org/bpi/. Topics include;(1) Building a Big Tent Approach to Working with Men;
(2) Innovation within Batterer Intervention Programs: Community based approaches to enhancing safety and accountability;
(3) Building Bridges between Responsible Fatherhood Programs and Programs working to End Men’s Violence;
(4) Young Men as Allies in Preventing Violence and Abuse: Building Effective Partnerships with Schools.

Family Violence Prevention Fund. (2004). Toolkit for Working with Men and Boys to Prevent Gender-Based Violence. San Francisco, CA: FVPF. URL: http://toolkit.endabuse.org/Home.html.

Ferguson, H., J. Hearn, O.G. Holter, L. Jalmert, M. Kimmel, J. Lang, and R. Morrell. (2005). Ending Gender-Based Violence: A call for global action to involve men. Stockholm: SIDA (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency).

Flood, Michael. (2002-2003). Engaging Men: Strategies and dilemmas in violence prevention education among men. Women Against Violence: A Feminist Journal, 13, pp. 25-32. (URL: http://www.xyonline.net/content/engaging-men-strategies-and-dilemmas-violence-prevention-education-among-men)

Flood, Michael. (2005). Men’s Collective Struggles for Gender Justice: The Case of Anti-Violence Activism. In The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Eds Michael Kimmel, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage (pp. 458-466). (URL: http://www.xyonline.net/content/men%E2%80%99s-collective-struggles-gender-justice-case-anti-violence-activism-0)

Flood, Michael. (2005-2006). Changing Men: Best practice in sexual violence education. Women Against Violence, 18: 26-36. URL: http://www.xyonline.net/content/changing-men-best-practice-sexual-violence-education.

Flood, Michael. (2009). Violence against women is always a men’s issue. Voice Male, Summer: 25-26.

Flood, Michael. (2010). Where Men Stand: Men’s roles in ending violence against women. Sydney: White Ribbon Prevention Research Series, No. 2. http://www.xyonline.net/content/where-men-stand-men%E2%80%99s-roles-ending-violence-against-women.

Flood, Michael. (2011). Men Speak Up: A toolkit for action in men’s daily lives. Sydney: White Ribbon Prevention Research Series, No. 3. http://www.whiteribbon.org.au/resources/research.

Flood, Michael. (2011). Involving Men in Efforts to End Violence Against Women. Men and Masculinities, 14(3): 358-377. http://www.xyonline.net/content/involving-men-efforts-end-violence-against-women-journal-article.

Flood, Michael. (2015). Preventing Male Violence. In Oxford Textbook of Violence Prevention: Epidemiology, evidence, and policy. Eds. P. Donnelly and C. Ward. Oxford: Oxford University Press (pp. 201-206). https://www.academia.edu/10441436/Preventing_Male_Violence

Flood, Michael. (2015). Work with men to end violence against women: A critical stocktake. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Vol. 17, No. S2, S159–S176. DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2015.1070435. URL: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/282305552_Work_with_men_to_end_violence_against_women_a_critical_stocktake.

Flood, Michael. (2016). Involving men in ending violence against women: Facing challenges and making change. Graduate Journal of Social Science, 12(3): 12-29.

Funk, Rus Ervin. (1993). Stopping Rape: A Challenge for Men. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

Funk, Rus Ervin. (2006). Reaching Men: Strategies for Preventing Sexist Attitudes, Behaviors, and Violence. Indianopolis, IN: Jist Publishing (304 pp.).

Greig, Alan, with Jerker Edström. (2012) Mobilising Men in Practice: Challenging sexual and gender-based violence in institutional settings. Institute of Development Studies, Brighton: IDS.

Jewkes, R., M. Flood, and J. Lang. (2014). From Working With Men and Boys to Changing Social Norms and Reducing Inequities in Gender Relations: A paradigm shift in prevention of violence against women and girls. The Lancet, DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(14)61683-4. URL: https://www.academia.edu/9526624/From_Working_With_Men_and_Boys_to_Changing_Social_Norms_and_Reducing_Inequities_in_Gender_Relations_A_paradigm_shift_in_prevention_of_violence_against_women_and_girls

Katz, Jackson. (2006). The Macho Paradox: Why some men hurt women and how all men can help. Sourcebooks.
Preface.
1. Violence Against Women is a Men’s Issue.
2. Facing Facts.
3. Taking It Personally.
4. Listening To Women.
5. Male-Bashing?
6. Stuck in (Gender) Neutral.
7. Bystanders.
8. Race and Culture.
9. It Takes a Village to Rape a Woman.
10. Guilty Pleasures: Pornography, Prostitution and Stripping.
11. MVP: Athletes and Marines.
12. Teach Our Children Well.
13. More Than A Few Good Men.

Kaufman, Michael. (1999). The Seven P’s of Men’s Violence. URL: http://www.michaelkaufman.com/longarticles.html, Accessed 7 May 2001

Kaufman, Michael. (2003). The AIM Framework: Addressing and Involving Men and Boys To Promote Gender Equality and End Gender Discrimination and Violence. UNICEF, March 31. URL: http://www.michaelkaufman.com/articles/pdf/the-aim-framework.pdf. Accessed February 3 2004.

Kilmartin, Christopher T. (2001). Sexual Assault in Context: Teaching College Men About Gender. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications.
Includes;
Critical elements of sexual-assault prevention and risk-reduction programs for men and women / Berkowitz, Alan D. (pp. 75-96)

Lang, J. (2003). Elimination of Violence Against Women in Partnership With Men. Background document for UNESCAP’s subregional training workshop on Elimination of Violence Against Women in Partnership with Men, 2-5 December, 2003, New Delhi, India: United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP).

McGann, Patrick. (2014). Current Practices and Challenges with Engaging Men on Campus. The Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women.

Malik, B., L. Karlsson, and R. Karkara. (2005). Working with Men and Boys to Promote Gender Equality and to End Violence Against Boys and Girls: A long report of a workshop (March 2004 Kathmandu). Kathmandu, Nepal: Save the Children Sweden-Denmark Regional Programme for South and Central Asia.

Malik, B., R. Karkara, and N. Baruah. (2006). Mapping of Tools for Working with Men and Boys to End Violence Against Girls, Boys and Women. Kathmandu, Nepal & New Dehli, India Save the Children Sweden-Denmark Regional Programme for South and Central Asia and UNIFEM Regional Office for South Asia.

Mills, Martin. (2001). Challenging Violence in Schools: An Issue of Masculinities. Open University Press.

Minerson, Todd, H. Carolo, T. Dinner, and C. Jones. (2011). Issue Brief: Engaging Men and Boys to Reduce and Prevent Gender-Based Violence. Status of Women Canada (prepared on behalf of the White Ribbon Campaign).

Murdolo, A., & Quiazon, R. (2016). Key issues in working with men from immigrant and refugee communities in preventing violence against women. North Sydney: White Ribbon Australia.

Peacock, D., and G. Barker. (2014). Working with men and boys to prevent gender-based violence principles, lessons learned, and ways forward. Men and Masculinities, 17(5), 578-599.

Ricardo, C., M. Eads, and G. Barker. (2011). Engaging Boys and Men in the Prevention of Sexual Violence: A systematic and global review of evaluated interventions. Pretoria, South Africa: Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI) and Promundo.

United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW). (2002). Partners in Change: Working with men to end gender-based violence. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Contents;
Introduction / James Funk.
Political Connections: Men, Gender and Violence / Alan Greig
The Crowing of the Rooster: Violence and masculinity in North-East Brazil / Sarah Hautzinger.
Entering the Labyrinth: Coming to grips with gender war zones – the case of South Africa / Helen Moffett.
Giving Men Choices: A Rozan project with the Police Force in Pakistan / Maria Rashid.
Men Reinventing Themselves: Resisting dominant masculinities / Bernard Tonkin.
A Coordinated Collaborative Approach to Address and Combat Teen Dating Abuse / Rus Ervin Funk.
Conclusion / Alan Greig.

Virtual Seminar Series on Men’s Roles and Responsibilities in Ending Gender-based Violence, United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW), 2002.
URL: http://www.un-instraw.org/en/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=909&Itemid=182
Virtual Seminar Series
http://www.un-instraw.org/en/index.php?option=content&task=blogcategory&id=118&Itemid=184

Warshaw, Robin. (1988). For men: The benefits of change. Chapter 11 in I Never Called It Rape. New York: Harper & Row.

World Health Organization (Gary Barker, Christine Ricardo, and Marcos Nascimento). (2007). Engaging Men and Boys in Changing Gender-Based Inequity in Health: Evidence from programme interventions. Geneva: World Health Organization.