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Flood, Michael (2001) – Men’s Collective Anti-violence Activism and the Struggle for Gender Justice

Abstract

Michael Flood argues that men’s anti-violence activism is an important element in the project of ending violence against women (VAW). Men’s groups focused on gender-based violence have emerged in over a dozen countries. In such mobilizations, members of a privileged group act in ways which undermine that same privilege. Men’s efforts to end men’s violence embody partnerships across gender lines and enhance gender justice.


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Flood, Michael. 2001. “Men’s Collective Anti-violence Activism and the Struggle for Gender Justice.” Development 44(3):42–47. doi:10.1057/palgrave.development.1110260.

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