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Public report: Case study of White Ribbon Australia’s Ambassador Program : men as allies to prevent men's violence against women Kenton Bell and Claire E. Seaman

By: Bell, Kenton.
Contributor(s): Seaman, Claire E.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: University of Wollongong, 2016Description: electronic document (17 pages) ; PDF file: 813 KB.Subject(s): White Ribbon Australia | ADVOCACY | MEN | PRIMARY PREVENTION | PROGRAMME EVALUATION | VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Click here to access online | Infographic | Access the website Summary: The Ambassadors of White Ribbon Australia are formal representatives of the organisation and use their influence in their professional and social circles to address men’s violence against women. These men are allies in the anti-violence against women social movement and publically swear to ‘stand up, speak out and act to prevent men's violence against women’. All men in the Ambassador program were given an opportunity to participate in the project, with 296 completing an online survey and 86 participating in an interview. The research provides White Ribbon Australia with an independent process evaluation of the Ambassador program, informed by the participants themselves. It also provides key insights into the motivations and experiences of Ambassadors as allies in preventing men’s violence against women. Download the full report or see the infographic, providing an overview of the findings. Acces the White Ribbon Australia website for more resources related to this project. Record #5226
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The Ambassadors of White Ribbon Australia are formal representatives of the organisation and use their influence in their professional and social circles to address men’s violence against women. These men are allies in the anti-violence against women social movement and publically swear to ‘stand up, speak out and act to prevent men's violence against women’. All men in the Ambassador program were given an opportunity to participate in the project, with 296 completing an online survey and 86 participating in an interview. The research provides White Ribbon Australia with an independent process evaluation of the Ambassador program, informed by the participants themselves. It also provides key insights into the motivations and experiences of Ambassadors as allies in preventing men’s violence against women. Download the full report or see the infographic, providing an overview of the findings. Acces the White Ribbon Australia website for more resources related to this project. Record #5226