How can gender transformative programmes with men advance women’s health and empowerment?

Shari L Dworkin, Magaly Marques, Oswaldo Montoya, Anthony Keedi and Avni Amin, (2020). How can gender transformative programmes with men advance women’s health and empowerment?. BMJ Opinion, n/a-n/a

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    Author Shari L Dworkin
    Magaly Marques
    Oswaldo Montoya
    Anthony Keedi
    Avni Amin
    Title How can gender transformative programmes with men advance women’s health and empowerment?
    Appearing in BMJ Opinion
    Publication Date 2020-08-19
    Place of Publication United Kingdom
    Publisher BMA
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    Language eng
    Abstract The 1994 International Conference on Population and Development recognised that women’s lack of empowerment had a negative impact on health outcomes. Due to patriarchal systems, “men exercise preponderant power in nearly every sphere of life, ranging from personal decisions regarding the size of families to the policy and programme decisions taken at all levels of government.”1 With the Beijing Platform for Action on Women (1995), and more recently the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), increased attention has been paid to engaging men in programmes to advance gender equality and women’s health.
    Keyword Gender
    Women's Health
    Women Empowerment
    Copyright Holder BMJ
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type Creative commons
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