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Report on how White Ribbon New Zealand can align with the #MeToo movement Garth Baker

By: Baker, Garth.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : White Ribbon Trust, 2018Description: electronic document (58 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): SEXUAL VIOLENCE | White Ribbon Trust | CAMPAIGNS | COMMUNITY ACTION | GENDER EQUALITY | MASCULINITY | PREVENTION | RAPE CULTURE | RESOURCES FOR MEN | SEXUAL HARASSMENT | VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMENOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Summary: The White Ribbon Trust commissioned this report to help align White Ribbon with the #MeToo movement and develop an appropriate response. The report outlines a number of recommendations and these have been accepted by the White Ribbon Advisory Committee and by the White Ribbon Campaign Trust that is responsible for White Ribbon in New Zealand. The report’s author and White Ribbon’s researcher, Garth Baker, says “Now’s the time for men to stand up and be counted. We know some men are uncertain how to act, so we are making it easy by providing that information in our online toolboxes.” In White Ribbon's November 2018 campaign, men can take the White Ribbon Pledge ‘to stand up, speak out and act to prevent violence towards women’. (From the website). Record #5945
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The White Ribbon Trust commissioned this report to help align White Ribbon with the #MeToo movement and develop an appropriate response.

The report outlines a number of recommendations and these have been accepted by the White Ribbon Advisory Committee and by the White Ribbon Campaign Trust that is responsible for White Ribbon in New Zealand. The report’s author and White Ribbon’s researcher, Garth Baker, says “Now’s the time for men to stand up and be counted. We know some men are uncertain how to act, so we are making it easy by providing that information in our online toolboxes.” In White Ribbon's November 2018 campaign, men can take the White Ribbon Pledge ‘to stand up, speak out and act to prevent violence towards women’. (From the website). Record #5945