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octubre 25, 2012 / Joaquim Montaner

Incorporando a hombres y a niños para Transformar las normas sociales discriminadoras. Discusión en línea 22 al 31 de octubre

Interesantísima acción en línea puesta en marcha por la gente de Sonke Gender Justice Network, Men for Gender Equality Sweden y Wikigender (también participa algun ministerio sueco) . Se trata de un panel en línea en el que puedes participar, si quieres, para dar tu opinión sobre la incorporación de varones para la transformación de normas discriminadoras.

Estará abierta hasta el día 31 de octubre. Simplemente ve hasta el fondo de la página e introduce tus comentarios.

Las cuestiones que se plantean y sobre las que se  quiere hacer girar el debate son estas:

  • Key issues:
    • What are the opportunities and challenges for engaging men and boys in promoting gender equality?
    • How can men and boys be persuaded that gender equality also benefits them?
    • What are some examples of new thinking or evidence in this area?
  • Examples, case-studies:
    • In your area/region, what are examples of successful programmes in engaging men and boys in transforming discriminatory social norms? 
    • Are there approaches that are more effective than others?
    • How can we harness the power of new technologies and the media?
    • What role does men’s leadership play?
  • Action required:
    • What actions should governments, donors, UN bodies and civil society take to support the engagement of men and boys in achieving gender equality?

Echa un vistazo a la conversación y, aunque no te animes a participar,  te recomiendo muy mucho los materiales que se hipervinculan allí.

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Online Discussion

Sonke Gender Justice Network, Men for Gender Equality Sweden (Män för Jämställdhet), the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Wikigender invite you to participate in an online discussion on:

Engaging Men and Boys to Transform Discriminatory Social Norms

The discussion is open from Monday 22 October until Wednesday 31 October.
The outcomes of the discussion will be presented at a seminar in Stockholm on “Measuring progress towards gender equality: where do we stand?”, co-organised by the OECD Development Centre and the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. We are particularly interested in your contributions on the following:

  • What are the opportunities and challenges for engaging men and boys in promoting gender equality? How can men and boys be persuaded that gender equality also benefits them?
  • In your area/region, what are examples of successful programmes in engaging men and boys in transforming discriminatory social norms? (e.g. socio-cultural practices, caring responsibilities, employment rights, gender- based violence…)
  • What actions should governments, donors, UN bodies and civil society take to support the engagement of men and boys in achieving gender equality?

Many thanks on behalf of the Wikigender Team and we look forward to your participation!

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