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Engaging men and boys to end violence in the family : toolkit Canadian Council of Muslim Women

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: electronic document (88 pages) ; PDF file. Publisher: Gananoque, ON : Canadian Council of Muslim Women, 2016ISBN: 978-0-9929292-7-2.Subject(s): White Ribbon (Canada) | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MIGRANTS | MUSLIM MEN | RESOURCES FOR COMMUNITIES | RESOURCES FOR MEN | RESOURCES FOR MIGRANTS | CANADAOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Summary: This toolkit provides resources to support communities to inspire, encourage, and engage men and boys to end violence against women and girls. These activities have been organized into four modules: 1. Unlearning patriarchy and exploring links to violence against women and girls; 2. Questioning gender norms and stereotypes; 3. Fostering healthy relationships; and 4. Effective intervention strategies. To develop this toolkit and other resources as part of a 3 year project, White Ribbon and CCMW conducted extensive desktop research. The research looked at promising practices in engaging men and boys to prevent family violence in Canadian Muslim families. It examined such issues as female genital cutting/mutilation, forced marriage, physical intimate partner violence, physical parent child violence, sexual violence, emotional abuse and elder abuse. (From the document). More resources and information about this Canadian project is available on the website. Record #6140
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This toolkit provides resources to support communities to inspire, encourage, and engage men and boys to end violence against women and girls. These activities have been organized into four modules:
1. Unlearning patriarchy and exploring links to violence against women and girls;
2. Questioning gender norms and stereotypes;
3. Fostering healthy relationships; and 4. Effective intervention strategies.

To develop this toolkit and other resources as part of a 3 year project, White Ribbon and CCMW conducted extensive desktop research. The research looked at promising practices in engaging men and boys to prevent family violence in Canadian Muslim families. It examined such issues as female genital cutting/mutilation, forced marriage, physical intimate partner violence,
physical parent child violence, sexual violence, emotional abuse and elder abuse. (From the document).

More resources and information about this Canadian project is available on the website. Record #6140