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Levy, Elisa (2009) – Partnering with Men to End Gender-based Violence – Practices that Work from Eastern Europe and Central Asia

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This publication was designed to identify good practices from UNFPA’s work on the involvement of men in the prevention of gender-based violence in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. During the post-Soviet era, UNFPA launched its first country programmes in many countries in the region with a focus on sexual and reproductive health and population and development. UNFPA and its partners recognize the symbiotic relationship between these issues and gender-based violence, and the advantage of using them as entry points for the engagement of men in prevention programmes. Many innovative projects have been implemented in the region to address gender-base violence with the involvement of men. But, until now, UNFPA has not examined them in depth.

-Excerpt from Text, Executive Summary, p. 7.


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Levy, Elisa2009. Partnering with Men to End Gender-based Violence: Practices that Work from Eastern Europe and Central Asia. New York: United Nations Population Fund.

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