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Sonke’s One Man Can Campaign Supports Peacebuilding and Gender Equality in Sudan

17 Oct 14
Aslund, S. (2014). Sonke's One Man Can Campaign Supports Peacebuilding and Gender Equality in Sudan. Sonke Gender Justice: Cape Town, South Africa.

Sonke Gender Justice developed and launched the One Man Can (OMC) campaign and toolkit in 2006. The aim of the campaign is to support men and boys to advocate for gender equality and change those gender norms which drive gender-based violence (GBV) and the spread of HIV. This case study explores the impact of the OMC campaign in Sudan in terms of peacebuilding and promoting gender equality.

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