Mobilizing Men for Violence Prevention International Survey
un article par Clay Jones to White Ribbon
A team of researchers from the University of
Michigan School of Social Work, the University of
Washington, Tacoma Social Work Program and the
University of Kansas is conducting an online,
international survey of men who have attended an
event or events related to preventing violence
against women, or who are engaged in violence
prevention work in an on-going way. This survey is
available in English, French and Spanish.
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If this describes you, they would love to learn from
you! If you’d like to participate in the survey
please follow the link below – your experiences and
insight are very important.
The goals of this survey are to:
- Learn more about what brings men to
violence prevention events and longer- term
violence prevention work
- Hear what men think about these events, and
how they are impacted by participating
- Learn what might encourage more men to get
involved in ending violence against women
They are interested in hearing from men who have
attended a single violence prevention event AND from
men who have been working on the issue of violence
against women for any length of time.
This survey asks:
- What kinds of prevention events are happening
around the world and how men hear about them
- What kinds of topics and activities are
incorporated into prevention events
- Men’s perceptions of whether the events
impacted their beliefs about violence, or
motivated them to take some kind of action related
to preventing gender-based violence
- Reasons that men initiated involvement in some
kind of gender-based violence prevention event or
in on-going work
- Men’s attitudes towards gender-equity
- Men’s behavior, intentions and self-confidence
related to taking various actions to end gender-
- Men’s ideas about the most effective ways to
get other men involved in preventing violence.
To learn more about the survey and how to
participate, click here.
To learn more about the project, click here.
[Note: Thank you to Janet Hudgins, the CPNN reporter
for this article.]
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