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Colvin et al. (2009) – “It Looks Like Men are Competing with Rights Nowadays” – Men’s Perceptions of Gender Transformation in South Africa

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This report presents findings on formative research as well as an initial impact evaluation conducted for the “One Man Can Campaign” (OMC) in seven South African provinces: Limpopo, Eastern Cape, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Mpumalanga, the Free State, Gauteng and North West. The One Man Can Campaign was developed by Sonke Gender Justice Network and promotes the idea that each one of us can create a better, more equitable and just world. In addition to taking action in our personal lives, the campaign encourages men to work together with other men and women to take action in our communities – to build a movement, to demand justice, to claim our rights and to change the world.

-Excerpt from Text, p. 9.


Reference

Colvin, Christopher J., Oliver Human, and Dean Peacock2009. “It Looks Like Men are Competing with Rights Nowadays”: Men’s Perceptions of Gender Transformation in South Africa. Johannesburg: Sonke Gender Justice Network.

Sonke Gender Justice – Publications: genderjustice.org.za

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Colvin et al. (2009) – “It Looks Like Men are Competing with Rights Nowadays” – Men’s Perceptions of Gender Transformation in South Africa

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