The United Nations Multi-Country Study on Men and Violence in Asia and the Pacific: Implications for Gender-Based Violence Programming

Event: Gender, Voice, and Agency: Multilateral Development Bank-Sponsored Workshop

The United Nations Multi-Country Study on Men and Violence in Asia and the Pacific: Implications for Gender-Based Violence Programming

02 June 2014
Author / Speaker: 
James Lang, United Nations Development Programme
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This presentation focuses on prevalent patterns of men, violence against women, and known risk factors. It argues for the use of research, theory, and evidence to drive prevention programming; presents findings to support theories on masculinities; and calls for gender transformative approaches.

Geographical Focus: 
Regional - Asia
Type of Content: 
Learning Event

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