b) Recent and important works

- “The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality” - Expert Group Meeting , Organized by DAW in collaboration with ILO and UNAIDS 21-24 October 2003, Brasilia, Brazil. URL: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/egm/men-boys2003/index.html.
Working Papers;
The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality / R. W. Connell
Report of the Online Discussion on the role of men and boys in achieving gender equality / R. W. Connell.
The role of men and boys in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the world of work / International Labour Organization (ILO), Geneva, Switzerland.
Men can make a difference / Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, Bertil Lindblad.
Papers by Experts;
Strategies and Approaches to Enhance the Role of Men and Boys in Gender Equality: Case Study of Yemen / Magda M. ElSanousi.
Why are Men Reluctant to Participate Fully in all Actions Towards Gender Equality? - A Case Study of Uganda / Emmanuel Ochora.
Gender Stereotypes and the Socialization process / Jivka Marinova.
The Role of Men in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS / Njoki Wainaina.
Men as Partners: Promoting Men’s Involvement in Care and Support Activities for People Living with HIV/AIDS and in Preventing Mother to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS / Dean Peacock.
Addressing the sexual cultures of heterosexual men: Key strategies in involving men and boys in HIV/AIDS prevention / Michael Flood.
HIV Prevention with Men: Toward Gender Equality and Social Justice / Alan Greig.
Listen, Learn and Link Up for a more gender just society: Lessons Learnt from Working in HIV/AIDS in the Pacific / Steven Vete.
Work and Masculinity among Peruvian Urban Men / Norma Fuller.
Evolving the gender agenda – Men, gender and development organisations / James L. Lang.
Gender Tension and Change in the Contemporary Caribbean / Linden Lewis.
Rethinking Pro-Feminism: Men, Work and Family in India / Radhika Chopra.
“The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality” - Some Swedish and Scandinavian Experiences / Lars Jalmert.
Fatherhood in adolescence: the construction of political agenda / Jorge Lyra.
Papers by Observers;
The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality / Carlos G¸ida.
How do we know if men have changed? Promoting and measuring attitude change with young men. Lessons from Program H in Latin America / Gary Barker.
Men, masculinities and gender violence / Benedito Medrado.

- (2009). The Rio Declaration: Global Symposium on Engaging Men and Boys on Achieving Gender Equality. Rio de Janeiro, March 29 – April 3, 2009.

Anicha, C. L., Burnett, A., & Bilen-Green, C. (2015). Men Faculty Gender-Equity Advocates: A Qualitative Analysis of Theory and Praxis. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 23(1), 21-43.

Ashe, Fidelma. (2007). The New Politics of Masculinity: Men, power and resistance. Routledge.
1. Introduction -- 2. Men Doing Feminism: A Contemporary Movement? --3. Profeminism, Masculinity and Social Change: Contemporary Culture and Identity --4. Profeminism and Identity Politics: Masculinity, New Times, New Politics -- 5. The Politics of Non-feminist Men’s Groups: The Field of Men’s Gender Politics -- 6. The Problematic of Men and Feminism: Men’s Identity and Feminist Politics -- 7. John Stoltenberg: The Politics of Refusal -- 8. Victor J. Seidler: Pain and Politics -- 9. Jeff Hearn: Men, Identity and Power -- 10. Raewyn Connell: Masculinities, Power and Alliance Politics -- 11. Profeminism, Theory and Practice: Reflections.

Baily, Jessica. (2015). Contemporary British Feminism: Opening the Door to Men?, Social Movement Studies, 14:4, 443-458, DOI: 10.1080/14742837.2014.947251.

Bannon, Ian, and Maria C. Correia. (eds.). (2006). The Other Half of Gender: Men’s issues in development. Washington DC: The World Bank.
Introduction / Ian Bannon and Maria C. Correia.
Men’s issues in development / Joyce P. Jacobsen.
Men’s gender relations, identity, and work-family balance in Latin America / José Olavarría.
Men’s participation as fathers in Latin America and the Caribbean: critical literature review and policy options / Gary Barker.
The role of men in families in the Caribbean: a historical perspective / Barry Chevannes.
Masculinity and violence in Colombia: deconstructing the conventional way of becoming a man / Fredy Hernán Gómez Alcaraz and Carlos Iván García Suárez.
Growing up poor and male in the Americas: reflections from research and practice with young men in low-income communities in Rio de Janeiro / Gary Barker.
Fearing Africa’s young men: male youth, conflict, urbanization, and the case of Rwanda / Marc Sommers.
Young men and the construction of masculinity in sub-Saharan Africa: implications for HIV/AIDS, conflict, and violence / Gary Barker and Christine Ricardo.
Young men and gender in war and postwar reconstruction: some comparative findings from Liberia and Sierra Leone / Paul Richards.
Collapsing livelihoods and the crisis of masculinity in rural Kenya / Mary Amuyunzu-Nyamongo and Paul Francis.
Gender and its discontents: moving to men-streaming development / Maria C. Correia and Ian Bannon.

Barker, G., C. Ricardo, M. Nascimento, A. Olukoya, and C. Santos. (2010). Questioning gender norms with men to improve health outcomes: Evidence of impact. Global Public Health, 5(5): 539-553.

Barker, G., Contreras, J.M., Heilman, B., Singh, A.K., Verma, R.K., and Nascimento, M. (2011). Evolving Men: Initial Results from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES). Washington, D.C.: International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and Rio de Janeiro: Instituto Promundo. January.

Bilen-Green, Canan, Roger A. Green, and Christi McGeorge. (2013). Engaging Male Faculty in Institutional Transformation. 120th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, June 23-26.

Bjørnholt, M. (2011). How men became the local agents of change towards gender equality. Journal of Gender Studies 20(1): 3-18.

Bo’thius, Maria-Pia, and Maria Lindhgren (2004). APM: antipatriarkalt manifest. Pocket. Ordfront Förlag AB, Sverige.

BRIDGE (n.d.). Review of Research on Collective Action and Engaging Men to Tackle Gender Based Violence. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies (IDS).

Brod, H., Terhaar, J., Thao, M., Laker, J., & Voth, J. L. (2005, March). Effective strategies for engaging allies: Explaining water to fish. Pre- conference program presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators National Conference, Tampa, FL.

Broido, E. M., & Reason, R. D. (2005). The development of social justice attitudes and actions: An overview of current understandings. New Directions for Student Services, 2005(110), 17-28.

Burke, R., and D. Major. (eds.) (2013). Men in Organizations: Allies or adversaries to women’s career advancement. Edward Elger Publishers.
Introduction-an overview of the book / Ronald J. Burke and Debra A. Major.
1 Advancing women’s careers: why men matter / Ronald J. Burke and Debra A. Major.
2 The gender role socialization of boys to men / Ronald F. Levant and Thomas J. Rankin.
3 Taking the obvious apart: critical approaches to men, masculinities, and the gendered dynamics of leadership / David L. Collinson and Jeff Hearn.
4 The imperative for servant-leadership: reflections on the (enduring) dysfunctions of corporate masculinity / Mark Maier.
5 Relations, emotions and differences: re-gendering emotional labour in the context of men doing care / Ruth Simpson.
6 Men, masculinity, well-being, and health / Ronald J. Burke.
7 The causes and consequences of workaholism / Shahnaz Aziz and Benjamin Uhrich.
8 Gendered organizational cultures, structures and processes: the cultural exclusion of women in organizations / Sarah Rutherford.
9 Is this a man’s world? Obstacles to women’s success in maletyped domains / Suzette Caleo and Madeline E. Heilman.
10 Unspeakable masculinities in business schools / Elisabeth Kelan.
11 Male backlash: penalties for men who violate gender stereotypes / Corinne A. Moss-Racusin.
12 Stereotype threat impacts on women in the workforce / Valerie N. Streets and Hannah-Hanh D. Nguyen.
13 Barriers to women in science: examining the interplay between individual and gendered institutional research cultures on women scientists’ desired futures / Susan Schick Case and Bonnie A. Richley.
14 Individual, organizational, and societal backlash against women / Ronald J. Burke.
15 How can men and women be allies in achieving work–family balance? The role of coping in facilitating positive crossover / Michael L. Litano, Dante P. Myers and Debra A. Major.
16 Engaging men through inclusive leadership / Jeanine Prime, Mike Otterman and Elizabeth R. Salib.
17 Preventing violence against women and girls / Michael Flood.

CARE. (2014). Engaging men and boys for gender equality series: Lessons learnt (Brief 2). London: CARE.

CARE. (2014). Engaging men and boys for gender equality series: Stories of engagement (Brief 1). London: CARE.

Case, K. A. (ed.). (2013b). Deconstructing privilege: Teaching and learning as allies in the classroom. New York, NY: Routledge.

Case, K. A., Hensley, R., & Anderson, A. (2014). Reflecting on heterosexual and male privilege: Interventions to raise awareness. Journal of Social Issues, 70, 722–740.

Cleaver, Frances. (ed.). (2002). Masculinities Matter! Men, Gender and Development. New York: Zed Books.
New Directions in Gender and Development: The Case for Considering Men / Frances Cleaver.
Nationalism, Masculinity and the Developmental State: Exploring Hindutva Masculinities / Prem Vijayan.
Collapsing Masculinities and Weak States: A Case Study of Northern Uganda / Chris Dolan.
Forget Lenin: The Pinguero and the Jintero as the New Guides of the International Proletariat / David Forrest.
Deconstructing Domination: Gender Disempowerment and the Legacy of Colonialism and Apartheid in Omaheke, Namibia / Niki Kandirikirira.
Men in Women’s Groups: A Gender and Agency Analysis of Local Institutions / Helen Hambly Odame.
Boys Will Be Boys: Addressing the Social Construction of Gender / Marilyn Thomson.
Why Do Dogs Lick Their Balls? Gender, Desire and Change: A Case Study from Vietnam.
Targeting Men for a Change: AIDS Discourse and Activism in Africa / Janet Bujra

Coalition on Men and Boys. (2009). Man Made: Men, masculinities and equality in public policy. London: COMAB.

Connell, R. (2010). Les Masculinités et les hommes dans les mouvements féministes. In P. Debenest, V. Gay & G. Girard (Ed.), Feminisme au pluriel (pp. 59–76), Paris: Syllepse.

Connell, R.W. (2003). Scrambling in the ruins of patriarchy: Neo-liberalism and men’s divided interests. in U. Pasero (ed), Gender: From costs to benefits, Westdeutscha, Verlag, Germany.

Connell, R.W. (2003). The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality. Consultant’s paper for ‘The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality’, Expert Group Meeting, organised by DAW in collaboration with ILO and UNAIDS, 21-24 October 2003, Brasilia, Brazil, <http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/egm/men-boys2003/Connell-bp.pdf&gt;.

Cornwall, A., J. Edström, and A. Greig. (eds.) (2011). Men and Development: Politicising Masculinities. London: Zed Books.
1. Introduction: Politicizing Masculinity - Andrea Cornwall, Jerker Edström & Alan Greig
Part 1: Embodiments and Transgressions
2. Performing Heterosexuality: Male Youth, Vulnerability and HIV in Malawi - Chimaraoke Izugbara & Jerry Okal
3. Is s/he More of a Man? Constructing Masculinity as a Female to Male Transsexual in India - Cath Sluggett
4. Meyeli Chhele becomes MSM: Transformation of Idioms of Sexualness into epidemiological forms in India - akshay khanna
5. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Constructions of Masculinity and Contemporary Understandings of Sex Work - Cheryl Overs
6. Beyond ‘Vulnerability’: Men, Power and HIV - Jerker Edström
Part 2: Structures: Inequities, Violence, Power
7. Organized Powers: Masculinities, Managers and Violence - Raewyn Connell
8. What Would Make Men Interested in Gender Equality? Reflections from East Africa - Margrethe Silberschmidt
9. Men in/and Gender Equality: A Conversation from South Africa - Robert Morrell and Penny Morrell
10. Militarized, Religious and Neo-colonial: The Triple-bind Confronting Men in Contemporary Uganda - Chris Dolan
11. Local Lives, Global Dialogues: Shifting Discourses of Masculinity in India - Radhika Chopra
Part 3: Engagements: Changing Masculinities
12. Gender Regimes Changing Men or Men Changing Gender Regimes? Challenges for National and Trans-national Social Policy, Gender Equality and Organizing with Men - Jeff Hearn
13. Masculinities, Social Exclusion and Prospects for Change: Reflections from Promundo’s Work in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Gary Barker, Marcos Nascimento, Christine Ricardo, Marianna Olinger and Marcio Segundo
14. Masculinities and Men’s Groups in China: A Conversation between Activists - Fang Gang, He Xiaopei and Susan Jolly
15. Women’s Empowerment: What do Men Have to Do with It? - Andrea Cornwall, Henry Armas and Mbuyiselo Botha
16. ‘Swimming Against the Tide is Easier as a Shoal’ Changing Masculinities in Nicaragua: a Community-based Approach - Patrick Welsh
17. Anxious States and Directions for Masculinities Work with Men - Alan Greig

Critical Half. (2007). Special issue: Engaging Men in “Women’s Issues”: Inclusive approaches to gender and development. Vol. 5 No. 1, Winter. (http://www.ncdsv.org/images/CriticalHalf_winter%202007.pdf);
Involving Men in Gender Practice and Policy / M. Flood.
“Gender is Society”: Inclusive lawmaking in Rwanda’s Parliament / E. Powley and E. Pearson.
Combating Gender-Based Violence in Kenya: The experience of “Men for Gender Equality Now” / O. Miruka.
Gender Dynamics and HIV/AIDS: Engaging Ugandan men in disease prevention / A. Simoni.
Negotiating with Men to Help Women: The success of Somali women activists / S. Dini.
Women Are Not Islands: Engaging men to empower women / P.T. Morris.

Crowe, Jonathan. (2011). Men and Feminism: Some Challenges and a Partial Response. Social Alternatives, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 49-53.

Davis, T. L., & Wagner, R. (2005). Increasing men’s development of social justice attitudes and actions. New Directions for Student Services 110: 29-41. (Also in R. D. Reason, E. M. Broido, T. L. Davis & N. J. Evans (Eds.), Developing social justice allies (New Directions for Student Services No. 110, pp. 29-42). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.)

Davis, T. L., LaPrad, J., & Dixon, S. (2011). Masculinities reviewed and reinterpreted: Using a critical approach to working with men in groups. In J. A. Laker & T. L. Davis (Eds.), Masculinities in higher education: Theoretical and practical considerations (pp. 147-160). New York, NY: Routledge

DeTurk, S. (2011). Allies in action: The communicative experiences of people who challenge social injustice on behalf of others. Communication Quarterly, 59, 569-590. doi:10.1080/01463373.2011.614209

Digby, Tom. (ed). (1998). Men Doing Feminism. New York & London: Routledge.

Dover, P. (2014). Increasing Engagement of Men and Boys for Gender Equality. Development Trends, September. Stockholm: Sida (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency).

Drury, B. J., & Kaiser, C. R. (2014). Allies against sexism: The role of men in confronting sexism. Journal of Social Issues, 70(4), 637-652.

Duban, Elisabeth, and Jamila Seftaoui. (eds.) (2011). Mending Inequalities: Men and Gender Equality in the OSCE Region. Vienna: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

Dworkin, S.L., Colvin, C., Hatcher, A. and Peacock, D. (2012). Men’s perceptions of women’s rights and changing gender relations in South Africa: Lessons for working with men and boys in HIV and antiviolence programs. Gender and Society, 26(1): 97-120.

Dworkin, S.L., S. Treves-Kagan, and S.A. Lippman. (2013). Gender-transformative interventions to reduce HIV risks and violence with heterosexually-active men: A review of the global evidence. AIDS & Behavior, 17(9): 2845-2863.

Edström, J.; Hassink, A.; Shahrokh, T. and Stern, E. (eds). (2015). Engendering Men: A Collaborative Review of Evidence on Men and Boys in Social Change and Gender Equality. EMERGE Evidence Review, Promundo-US, Sonke Gender Justice and the Institute of Development Studies.

Edwards, K. E. (2006). Aspiring social justice ally identity development. NASPA Journal, 43(4), 39-60.

Edwards, Tim. (2006). Femenism: Men, masculinity and feminism. Chapter 2 in Cultures of Masculinity. Routledge.

Engström, Lars Einar. (2008). Confessions of a Sexist. Athena Press.

Erturk, Yakin. (2004). Considering the role of men in gender agenda setting: Conceptual and policy issues. Feminist Review, 78(1): 3-21.

Esplen, E. (2006). Engaging Men in Gender Equality: Positive Strategies and Approaches. Overview and Annotated Bibliography, October. Brighton, UK: BRIDGE, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.

Expert Group. (2003). The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality: Report of the Export Group Meeting, ‘The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality’, organised by DAW in collaboration with ILO and UNAIDS, 21-24 October 2003, Brasilia, Brazil.

Feasey, R. (2017). Masculinit(ies) and the Male Celebrity Feminist. Men and Masculinities, 20(3), 283-293. doi:doi:10.1177/1097184X17718587

Fisher, Stephen. (2013). Educating Men for Gender Equality: The Potential and Limitations of Remaking Masculine Subjectivities. In Pallotta-Chiarolli, M., Pease, B., (eds), The Politics of Recognition and Social Justice: Transforming Subjectivities and New Forms of Resistance. Routledge.

Fisher, Stephen. (2016). Training Pacific Male Managers for Gender Equality in Disaster Response and Management. In Enarson, E., Pease, B. (eds.), Men, Masculinities and Disaster. Routledge, NY.

Fleming, Paul J., Gary Barker, Jennifer McCleary-Sills, and Matthew Morton. (2013). Engaging Men and Boys in Advancing Women’s Agency: Where we stand and new directions. World Bank.

Flood, M., and G. Russell. (2017). Men Make a Difference: How to Engage Men on Gender Equality. Sydney: Diversity Council Australia.

Flood, Michael, and Bob Pease. (2006). Undoing Men’s Privilege and Advancing Gender Equality in Public Sector Institutions. Policy and Society, 24. (Available at: http://www.xyonline.net/content/undoing-mens-privilege-and-advancing-gender-equality-public-sector-institutions-2006)

Flood, Michael, and Graeme Russell. (2017). Men Make a Difference: How to Engage Men on Gender Equality. Sydney: Diversity Council Australia.

Flood, Michael, Dean Peacock, Orly Stern, Gary Barker, and Alan Greig. (2010). World Health Organization Men and Gender Policy Brief: Policy approaches to involving men and boys in achieving gender equality and health equity. Sonke Gender Justice Network, Johannesburg. (Available at: http://www.xyonline.net/content/who-policy-brief-policy-approaches-involving-men-and-boys-achieving-gender-equality-and-heal)

Flood, Michael, with Richard Howson (eds.) (2015). Engaging Men in Building Gender Equality. Cambridge Scholars Press.

Flood, Michael. (1997). Responding to Men’s Rights. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 7(2), Spring, pp. 37-40. (Available at: http://www.xyonline.net/content/responding-mens-rights-groups)

Flood, Michael. (2003). Introducing Pro-feminism. URL: http://www.xyonline.net/content/frequently-asked-questions-about-pro-feminist-men-and-pro-feminist-mens-politics.

Flood, Michael. (2004). Men, Gender, and Development. Development Bulletin, No. 64, March 2004, pp. 26-30. (Available at: http://www.xyonline.net/content/men-gender-and-development-0)

Flood, Michael. (2004). Men’s Collective Struggles for Gender Justice: The case of anti-violence activism. In Handbook for Studies of Masculinities. Eds. M. Kimmel, R.W. Connell and J. Hearn. Sage (pp. 458-466). (Available at: http://www.xyonline.net/content/men%E2%80%99s-collective-struggles-gender-justice-case-anti-violence-activism-0)

Flood, Michael. (2004). Men’s Roles in the Promotion of Gender Equality in the Asia-Pacific Region. United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) High-level Intergovernmental Meeting to Review Regional Implementation Of the Beijing Platform for Action, and its Regional and Global Outcomes. Bangkok, Thailand, 7-10 September. [Copy available free from author]

Flood, Michael. (2007). Involving Men in Gender Practice and Policy. Critical Half, 5: 9-13. (Available at: http://www.xyonline.net/content/engaging-men-%E2%80%9Cwomen%E2%80%99s-issues%E2%80%9D-inclusive-approaches-gender-and-development-%E2%80%93-critical-half-sp)

Flood, Michael. (2010). Engaging Men and Boys in Building Gender Equality. Information Paper for Beijing+15. Melbourne: Jera International. Available at: http://www.xyonline.net/content/engaging-men-and-boys-building-gender-equality-beijing15-2010.

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. 4. https://www.whiteribbon.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Men_speak_up_Flood_2011-1.pdf

Flood, Michael. (2015). Men and Gender Equality. In Engaging Men in Building Gender Equality. Ed. M. Flood, with R. Howson. Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 1-31.

Flood, Michael. (2017). The turn to men in gender politics. Women’s Studies Journal (Women’s Studies Association of Aotearoa/New Zealand), 31(1): 48-58. URL: http://wsanz.org.nz/journal/docs/WSJNZ311Flood48-58.pdf

Funk, Rus. (2006). Reaching Men: Strategies for Preventing Sexism and Violence. Jist Publishing (304 pp.).

Gender & Development, Vol. 21, No. 1, March 2013: Special Issue: Working with men on gender equality;
Introduction: Working with men on gender equality / Caroline Sweetman.
‘I can do women’s work’: reflections on engaging men as allies in women’s economic empowerment in Rwanda / Henny Slegh, Gary Barker, Augustin Kimonyo, Prudence Ndolimana & Matt Bannerman.
Promoting male involvement in family planning in Vietnam and India: HealthBridge experience / Lisa MacDonald, Lori Jones, Phaeba Thomas, Le Thi Thu, Sian FitzGerald & Debra Efroymson.
‘Before the war, I was a man’: men and masculinities in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo / Desiree Lwambo.
Sympathetic advocates: male parliamentarians sharing responsibility for gender equality / Sonia Palmieri.
‘Because I am a man, I should be gentle to my wife and my children’: positive masculinity to stop gender-based violence in a coastal district in Vietnam / Tu-Anh Hoang, Trang Thu Quach & Tam Thanh Tran.
Domestic violence prevention through the Constructing Violence-free Masculinities programme: an experience from Peru / Rhoda Mitchell.
‘One Man Can’: shifts in fatherhood beliefs and parenting practices following a gender-transformative programme in Eastern Cape, South Africa / Wessel van den Berg, Lynn Hendricks, Abigail Hatcher, Dean Peacock, Patrick Godana & Shari Dworkin.
Whose turn to do the dishes? Transforming gender attitudes and behaviours among very young adolescents in Nepal / Rebecka Lundgren, Miranda Beckman, Surendra Prasad Chaurasiya, Bhawna Subhedi & Brad Kerner.
Where the boys are: engaging young adolescent boys in support of girls’ education and leadership / Stephanie Baric.
Men’s involvement in gender equality – European perspectives / Sandy Ruxton & Nikki van der Gaag.
Resources / Compiled by Liz Cooke.

Girard, F. (2003). “My Father Didn’t Think This Way”: Nigerian Boys Contemplate Gender Equality. Quality/Calidad/Qualite No. 14. New York, NY: Population Council and International Women’s Health Coalition.

Goldrick-Jones, Amanda. (2002). Dismantling the Master’s House: Men Who Believe in Feminism. Greenwood Press.

Greig, Alan, and Dean Peacock. (2005). Men as Partners Programme: Promising Practices Guide. EngenderHealth (Draft only).

Greig, Alan, Michael Kimmel, and James Lang. (2000). Men, Masculinities & Development: Broadening our Work Towards Gender Equality. Gender in Development Programme, UNDP: Gender in Development Monograph Series #10.

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.

Gutmann, M. (2002). ‘Men-streaming’ Gender? Questions for Gender and Development Policy in the 21st Century. With Sylvia Chant. Progress in Development Studies 2(4): 269-82.

Harnois, C. E. (2017). Intersectional Masculinities and Gendered Political Consciousness: How Do Race, Ethnicity and Sexuality Shape Men’s Awareness of Gender Inequality and Support for Gender Activism? Sex Roles, 77(3), 141-154. doi:10.1007/s11199-016-0702-2

Harper, Gil, and Asha Moodley. (eds.). (2005). Agenda, Special Focus: Gender, Culture and Rights.
Selected Contents;
Through men, by men, for men: Christianity and the quest for gender equality / Desmond Lesejane.
Youth, fathers and masculinity in South Africa today / Robert Morrell.
The role of men in the struggle for gender equality: possibilities for positive engagement / Bafana Khumalo.
Involving men in maternity care: health service delivery issues / Saiqa Mullick, Busi Kunene and Monica Wanjiru.
Creating spaces for men’s involvement in sexual and reproductive health / Mokgethi Tshabalala.
Redefining masculinity in the era of HIV/AIDS: Padare’s work on masculinity in Zimbabwe / Regis Munyaradzi Mtutu.
South African men care enough to act against HIV/AIDS and general inequality: the Men in Partnership act against HIV/AIDS (MIPAA) experience / Rabi Gobind.
Urgency and optimism: masculinities, gender equality and public health / Dean Peacock.

Hawkins, Kate; Bisht, Preetha; Kelbert, Alexandra; Maldonado Pacheco, Carolina; Nesbitt-Ahmed, Zahrah; Edström, Jerker. (2013). Undressing Patriarchy: Redressing Inequalities. IDS Bulletin, 45(1), January (Brighton: Institute of Development Studies).

Hearn, Jeff. (2001). Men and Gender Equality: Resistance, Responsibilities and Reaching Out. Paper to Men and Gender Equality Meeting, 15-16 March, Örebro, Sweden (Swedish EU Presidency Calendar of Meetings).

Hearn, Jeff. (2010). Reflecting on men and social policy: Contemporary critical debates and implications for social policy. Critical Social Policy 30(2): 165-188.

Holter, Øystein Gullvåg (2003). Can Men Do It? Men and gender equality - the Nordic experience. Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers Nordiska ministerrådet.

Holter, Øystein Gullvåg, Helge Svare, and Cathrine Egeland. (2009). Gender Equality and Quality of Life: A Norwegian Perspective. Oslo: The Nordic Gender Institute (NIKK).

Holter, Øystein Gullvåg. (2014). “What’s in it for men?”: Old question, new data. Men and Masculinities, 17(5): 515- 548.

hooks, bell. (2000). Feminist masculinity. Chapter 12, pp. 67-71, in Feminism Is For Everybody: Passionate Politics. London: Pluto Press.

ICRW and Instituto Promundo. (2007). Engaging Men and Boys to Achieve Gender Equality: How can we build on what we have learned? International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and Instituto Promundo.

Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG). (2003). Involving Men to address Gender Inequities. Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG), Subcommittee on Men and Reproductive Health, July.

IPPF. (2010). Men are Changing: Case study evidence on work with men and boys to promote gender equality and positive masculinities. London: International Planned Parenthood Federation.

Jamal, A. (2014). Engaging men for gender justice: Overcoming barriers to girls’ education in the Pashtun tribes of Pakistan. International Journal of Social Welfare.

Jamal, A. (2014). NGOs, Participatory Development and Construction of Identities: Involving Men in Gender and Development (GAD) Programs in South Asia. World Journal of Social Science, 1(2), p1.

Jensen, Robert. (1998). Men’s Lives and Feminist Theory. In Conway-Turner, Kate et.al. (eds.). Women’s Studies in Transition: The Pursuit of Interdisciplinarity. Newark: University of Delaware Press (first published in Race, Gender, and Class, 2(2), Winter 1995).

Jensen, Robert. (2004). Homecoming: The Relevance of Radical Feminism for Gay Men. Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 47, Iss. 3/4, August.

Johnson, Allan G. (2001). Privilege, Power, and Difference. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield.

Jones, David M. (2001). “Women’s lib,” gender theory, and the politics of home: How I became a black male feminist. Feminist Teacher; 13(3), pp. 213-224.

Kahn, J. S., & Ferguson, K. (2009). Men as allies in feminist pedagogy in the undergraduate psychology curriculum. Women & Therapy, 33(1-2), 121-139.

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, <http://www.michaelkaufman.com/articles/pdf/the-aim-framework.pdf&gt; (Accessed online, 3 February 2004).

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Transforming Our Interventions For Gender Equality by Addressing and Involving Men and Boys / Michael Kaufman.
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Men as Partners: Lessons Learned from Engaging Men in Clinics and Communities / Manisha Mehta, Dean Peacock, and Lissette Bernal.
Evolving the Gender Agenda – The Responsibilities and Challenges for Development Organisations / James Lang and Sue Smith.
Masculinities: Resistance and Change / Benno de Keijzer.
The Things They Didn’t Tell You About Working with Men in Gender Workshops / Maree Keating.
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Masculinities, Power and the Epidemic: Messages of Social Research, Connell, R., October 2007.
“Bring Me My Machine Gun”: Contesting Patriarchy and Rape Culture in the Wake of the Jacob Zuma Rape Trial, Peacock, D. and Khumalo, B., October 2007.
Careful Interventions: Masculinity and the Condom Crisis, Lewis, J., October 2007.
Changing Masculinities in Nicaragua: A Community Based Approach, Welsh, P., October 2007.
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Men, women, and organizational culture: Perspectives from donors / Anne Coles.
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Men in the kitchen, women in the office? Working on gender issues in Ethiopia / Feleke Tadele.
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Section 2: Sexuality. 8. Just a John?: Pornography and Men’s Choices 9. Staring at Janae’s Legs 10. Trying to be Sexy and Anti-Sexist … at Exactly the Same Time 11. Bye-Bye Bi?: Bailey, Biphobia, and Girlie-Men 12. Darker Shades of Queer: Race and Sexuality at the Margins 13. Let us be Seen 14. How We Enter.
Section 3: Feminism.
15. How Two aspiring Pornographers Turned Me into the Ultimate F Word 16. Exposed in Iraq: Sexual Harassment and Hidden Rank Structure of the U. S. Army 17. Why I am not a Feminist 18. Preaching to the Choir 19. The Starbucks Intervention 20. This is What a Feminist Looks Like 21. From Oppressor to activist: Reflections of a Feminist Journey 22. It’s Just Common Sense.
Section 4: Points and Perspectives.
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Section 5: Taking Action, Making Change.
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