(xv) Economic empowerment (NEW)

Bannon, Ian, and Maria C. Correia. (eds.). (2006). The Other Half of Gender: Men’s issues in development. Washington DC: The World Bank.
Includes;
Collapsing livelihoods and the crisis of masculinity in rural Kenya / Mary Amuyunzu-Nyamongo and Paul Francis.

Buller, Ana Maria; Peterman, Amber; Ranganathan, Meghna; Bleile, Alexandra; Hidrobo, Melissa; Heise, Lori (2018). A mixed-method review of cash transfers and intimate partner violence in low and middle-income countries. Innocenti Working Papers, No. 2018-02, UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti, Florence.

Falb, K. L., Annan, J., King, E., Hopkins, J., Kpebo, D., & Gupta, J. (2014). Gender norms, poverty and armed conflict in Côte D’Ivoire: engaging men in women’s social and economic empowerment programming. Health education research, 29(6), 1015-1027.

Fleet, D. (2017). Innovative Programs to Economically Empower Women and Prevent Intimate Partner Violence Revictimization. In C. M. Renzetti, D. R. Follingstad, & A. L. Coker (Eds.), Preventing Intimate Partner Violence (pp. 209-228): Policy Press.

Fulu, E., A. Kerr-Wilson, and J. Lang (2014). What works to prevent violence against women and girls? Evidence Review of interventions to prevent violence against women and girls. Pretoria, South Africa: Medical Research Council. [Includes a review of the effectiveness of economic empowerment programs.]

Hanmer, L., & Klugman, J. (2016). Exploring women’s agency and empowerment in developing countries: Where do we stand? Feminist Economics, 22(1): 237-263.

International Labour Organization. (2011). Engaging Men in Women’s Economic and Entrepreneurship Development Interventions: an ILO-WED Issue Brief. Geneva, Switzerland: ILO.

Ismayilova, L., Karimli, L., Gaveras, E., Tô-Camier, A., Sanson, J., Chaffin, J., & Nanema, R. (2018). An integrated approach to increasing women’s empowerment status and reducing domestic violence: Results of a cluster-randomized controlled trial in a West African country. Psychology of Violence, 8(4), 448-459. doi:10.1037/vio0000136

Jobson, G. (2010). Changing masculinities: land-use, family communication and prospects for working with older men towards gender equality in a livelihoods intervention. Culture Health & Sexuality, 12(3), 233-246.

Leite, T. H., Moraes, C. L. D., Marques, E. S., Caetano, R., Braga, J. U., & Reichenheim, M. E. (2019). Women Economic Empowerment Via Cash Transfer and Microcredit Programs Is Enough to Decrease Intimate Partner Violence? Evidence from a Systematic Review. Cadernos de Saúde Pública, 35(9). 10.1590/0102-311x00174818

Lees, S., Kyegombe, N., Diatta, A., Zogrone, A., Roy, S., & Hidrobo, M. Intimate Partner Relationships and Gender Norms in Mali: The Scope of Cash Transfers Targeted to Men to Reduce Intimate Partner Violence. Violence Against Women, 0(0), 1077801219897853. doi:10.1177/1077801219897853

Matjasko, J. L., D'Inverno, A. S., Marshall, K. J., & Kearns, M. C. (2020). Microfinance and violence prevention: A review of the evidence and adaptations for implementation in the U.S. Preventive Medicine, 133, 106017. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2020.106017Promundo and CARE International in Rwanda. (2012). Journeys of Transformation: A Training Manual for Engaging Men as Allies in Women’s Economic Empowerment. Washington, DC, USA, and Kigali, Rwanda: Promundo and CARE.

Ruxton, Sandy (ed). (2004). Gender Equality and Men: Learning from Practice. Oxford: Oxfam GB.
Includes;
“How do you eat between harvests?”: Engaging Men in Gender and Livelihoods / Thalia Kidder.

Slegh, Henny, Gary Barker, Augustin Kimonyo, Prudence Ndolimana, and Matt Bannerman. (2013). ‘I can do women’s work’: reflections on engaging men as allies in women’s economic empowerment in Rwanda. Gender and Development, 21(1): 15-30.

Vyas, S., & Watts, C. (2009). How Does Economic Empowerment Affect Women’s Risk of Intimate Partner Violence in Low and Middle Income Countries? A Systematic Review of Published Evidence. Journal of International Development, 21(5), 577-602.