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Good Practice Brief on Male Involvement in GBV Prevention and Response

In Conflict, Post-Conflict and Humanitarian Crisis Settings in Sub-Saharan Africa
1 Oct 13 Gender-Based Violence
Sonke Gender Justice Network (2013). Good Practice Brief on Male Involvement in GBV Prevention and Response: In Conflict, Post-Conflict and Humanitarian Crisis Settings in Sub-Saharan Africa. Sonke Gender Justice Network: Cape Town, South Africa.

The purpose of this Good Practice Brief is to provide concrete methods for, and highlight successful examples of, programmes that involve men and boys in prevention and response to GBV in conflict, post-conflict and humanitarian crisis settings in sub-Saharan Africa. It is intended to inform policy- making and programming to enable incorporation, replication or adaptation of these good practices into other GBV prevention and response programmes. The Good Practice Brief has been developed with the aim of providing a better understanding on the importance of engaging men and boys in GBV prevention and response in emergency settings. Furthermore, it seeks to identify key areas and priorities for programming and advocacy, and to guide dialogues between multilateral organisations, civil society, government actors and donors addressing GBV prevention and response in conflict, post-conflict and humanitarian crisis settings in sub-Saharan Africa.

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