Here we have brought together some useful research on engaging men and boys in the prevention of violence against women and girls.
We have used some of the findings from this research to shape some changes to our programme and know it might be useful to consider when thinking about how your school or establishment may implement or improve MVP.
Practical suggestions for engaging men and boys by Prof. Michael Flood (in particular ‘Making the Case to Men’ p. 145 onwards):
Durham University have created a Toolkit on Engaging with Men and Boys about Masculine Gender Norms:
Equally Safe at School have collated some further information:
YouthLink Scotland has launched a positive masculinity programme named ‘Imagine a Man’ Links to the Toolkit and Policy Briefing are below:
Some organisations who focus on gender equality and engaging men and boys:
A podcast providing further insights and information with a range of episodes focused on engaging men and boys: