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Case Studies

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MenCare in Matzikama

Filesize: 1.58 MB

MenCare in Matzikama: Sonke and the Matzikama Men and Boys Network Transform a Rural Community’s Norms around Gender, Sex, And Family

Digital Storytelling Project: Using Narrative and Participatory Media to Explore GBV in SA

Filesize: 2.49 MB

Using Narrative and Participatory Media to Explore the Links Between Gender, Violence, and HIV and AIDS in South Africa

Sport Laughs in the Face of Discrimination

Filesize: 699.83 kB

Township Street Soccer Tournaments Pave the Way for Reintegration

by Kristin Palitza

Traditional leaders wield the power, and they are almost all men

Filesize: 354.17 kB

The Importance of Involving Traditional Leaders in Gender Transformation

by Kristin Palitza

“Sometimes I Don’t Feel Safe”

Filesize: 729.19 kB

Sonke’s One Man Can Campaign uses PhotoVoice to Ensure that Children’s Needs are Heard

by Kristin Pallitza

"Don't keep it to yourself!"

Filesize: 1.91 MB

Young people in Mhlontlo (Eastern Cape) tell their stories through the Digital Storytelling Project.

by Amber Reed

Working with Men and Boys: Emerging strategies from across Africa to address GBV and HIV/AIDS

Filesize: 3.12 MB

Edited by Orly Stern, Dean Peacock and Helen Alexander.

Produced by Sonke Gender Justice Network and the MenEngage Network.

Case Study: One Man Can Challenge Xenophobia: Sonke's Use of Murals to Educate about Refugee Rights

Filesize: 1010.76 kB
Originally published as Showing the Suffering of the Violated in the Johannesburg Star newspaper on page 7 on December 12, 2008 written by Ufrieda Ho

One Man Can Challenge Xenophobia: Sonke’s Use of Murals to Educate about Refugee Rights

Filesize: 1014.28 kB

Originally published as Showing the Suffering of the Violated in the Johannesburg Star newspaper on page 7 on December 12, 2008, written by Ufrieda Ho

Enlisting men for women’s equality

Filesize: 381.13 kB

South African initiatives against sexual violence, gender inequities.

By Stephanie Urdang, Africa Renewal, United Nations, Vol.22 #1 (April 2008), page 6

OMC Case Study: Enlisting Men for Women's Equality

Filesize: 5.48 MB
This case study on the One Man Can initiative was published in April 2008.

Involving the Other Gender: A Case Study of the Men as Partners Program in Kwazulu-Natal

Filesize: 203.98 kB
by Rachel Honig, Suzanne Leclerc-Madlala, University of KwaZulu-Natal, School for International Training, South Africa: Reconciliation and Development, Spring 2007

Case Studies from the South African Men as Partners Network, Oct 2005

Filesize: 2.39 MB

This report contains a sample of case studies from the numerous MAP interventions that have been implemented in South Africa, including

  • MAP Activities During 16 Days of Activism Against Violence Against Women
  • Painting Murals to Engage Young Men in the Fights Against HIV/AIDS and Violence Against Women
  • Youth Channel Group Brings MAP Message to Streets of Tembisa
  • Hutu and Tsutsi Men Work Side-By-Side to Challenge Gender Stereotypes Driving Spread of HIV/AIDS
  • Men as Partners Programs at Western Cape Tertiary Institutions, and
  • SKEEM Community Action Team: Making Changes in the Community.
 
 
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