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Where men stand : men's roles in ending violence against women Michael Flood

By: Flood, Michael.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: White Ribbon prevention research series02. Publisher: Sydney, NSW : White Ribbon Foundation, 2010Description: 48 p. ; computer file ; PDF format.Subject(s): DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | SEXUAL ABUSE | MEN | AUSTRALIA | PREVENTIONOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: This report describes how many men use violence against women, what men think about violence against women, and what role men can and do play in reducing and preventing this violence. The report is guided by the fundamental belief that men can play a positive role in preventing men’s violence against women. Indeed, without men’s involvement, efforts to reduce and prevent violence against women will fail. The White Ribbon Prevention Research Series is intended to: • Present contemporary evidence on violence against women and its prevention; • Investigate and report on new developments in prevention locally, nationally and internationally; and • Identify policy and programming issues and provide options for improved prevention strategies and services. The White Ribbon Prevention Research Series will be directed by an expert reference group comprising academic, policy and service experts.
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This report describes how many men use violence against women, what men think about violence against women, and what role men can and do play in reducing and preventing this violence. The report is guided by the fundamental belief that men
can play a positive role in preventing men’s violence against women. Indeed, without men’s involvement, efforts to reduce and prevent violence against women will fail.

The White Ribbon Prevention Research Series is intended to:
• Present contemporary evidence on violence against women and its prevention;
• Investigate and report on new developments in prevention locally, nationally
and internationally; and
• Identify policy and programming issues and provide options for improved prevention strategies and services.
The White Ribbon Prevention Research Series will be directed by an expert reference group comprising academic, policy and service experts.