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What Bunji Garlin has articulated in soca provides insight into the development field for transforming masculinities, one that is interested in 2 expanding the definition of traditional (or received manhood) while still reticent to challenge the “real man” script. (...) Rather than addressing these strategies alongside gender beliefs about masculine roles, the norms surrounding male headship and the illusion of the male breadwinner and provider, the programmes frame dominant and patriarchal manhood as something to repair, refine and revise with minor changes.
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Score: 1365711.2 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...d_care_work_-_29_sep_2021_.pdf
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Young men die more often than young women, mainly from traffic accidents and violence -- both related to ideas of “manhood” that encourage boys to take risks or use violence. (...) Mothers often reinforce traditional ideas about manhood by showing that they do not expect sons to do household chores or express their emotions. (...) A man can rape his wife to uphold his “manhood”, though national legislation seldom recognizes forced marital sex as rape.
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Score: 1363520.5 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...gm/men-boys2003/WP4-UNAIDS.pdf
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This entails promoting spaces for boys and men to reflect on and re-examine the current harmful models of masculinity and manhood and how they affect intimate relations, without detracting from efforts and resources to support girls, and along with empowering girls and improving the status of women.14 Evidence-based education activities for groups of men or boys, such as role-playing and discussion of important issues, help them change their attitudes and adjust their coping mechanisms, and give them exposure to healthier ways to deal with conflict. (...) This contributes to positive outcomes such as increased condom use and improved SRH; and reduced STIs and HIV/AIDS, gender-based violence and gender equity itself LEARN Learn through questioning and critically reflecting gender norms, to develop new attitudes and skills REHEARSE Rehearse attitude and behavior change, and new skills in safe environments of group education sessions INTERNALIZE Internalize new gender attitudes and norms SUPPORTING INFLUENCES AND STRUCTURES Peer groups questioning and transforming gender norms together; role modeling of gender-equitable lifestyles, and taking action through advocacy in one’s community and broader levels; institutions, structures, services, and policies support these changes FIGURE 1: Promundo Manhood 2.0 model10 on challenging gender role prescriptions Promundo’s Programme H16 engages young men (aged 15–24) to critically reflect about stereotypical norms of manhood and gender roles, using a curriculum-based approach and participatory group education sessions combined with youth-led campaigns and activism. (...) ENDNOTES 1 UNFPA and UNICEF, ‘Technical Note on Gender-Transformative Approaches in the Global Programme to End Child Marriage Phase II: A summary for practitioners’, New York, UNFPA and UNICEF, 2019, . 2 Greene, Margaret E., Perlson, Stephanie, Taylor Alice, and Lauro, Giovanna, ‘Engaging Men and Boys to Address the Practice of Child Marriage’, p.4, GreeneWorks, Washington, DC, 2015, . 3 Ibid. 4 Tas, Shane, ‘Men in focus: unpacking masculinities and engaging men in the prevention of violence against women’, Our Watch, Melbourne, Australia, 2019, p.22, . 5 Marcus, Rachel, Stavropoulou, Maria, and Archer-Gupta, Nandini, ‘Programming with adolescent boys to promote gender-equitable masculinities: A rigorous review’, Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence (GAGE), London, 2018, . 6 Ibid.; Kedia, Sapna, and Verma, Ravi, ‘Gender Norms and Masculinities’, Advancing Learning and Innovation on Gender Norms (ALIGN) Platform, 2019, ; and Promundo’s extensive work on this topic, including the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES), . 7 Fitzgerald, Ingrid, Luna, Jose Roberto, Al Rashed Al Humaid, Dania A, ‘Engaging men and boys in gender equality to ending child marriage’, (unpublished). 8 Marcus, Rachel, Stavropoulou, Maria, and Archer-Gupta, Nandini, ‘Programming with adolescent boys to promote gender-equitable masculinities: A rigorous review’, GAGE, London, 2018, p.46, . 9 See Promundo-US and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, ‘Manhood 2.0: A Curriculum Promoting a Gender-Equitable Future of Manhood’, Promundo and University of Pittsburgh, Washington, DC and Pittsburgh, 2018, p.6, Manhood-2.0-Curriculum.pdf>. 10 Ibid. 11 Fitzgerald, Ingrid, Luna, Jose Roberto, Al Rashed Al Humaid, Dania A, ‘Engaging men and boys in gender equal- ity to ending child marriage’, (unpublished); and Dupuy, Kendra, Bezu, Sosina, Knudsen, Are, and Halvorsen, Sandra, ‘Life skills in non-formal contexts for adolescent girls in developing countries’, CMI report number 5, the Brookings Institution and Chr.
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Score: 1355717.2 - https://www.unicef.org/media/65371/file
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The spread of HIV-infection is in many cases directly related to women's disempowerment, and prevailing stereotypes about appropriate behaviour for women and men. 3 While biological factors contribute to the behavioural differences between men and women, in every society, men’s conduct is determined at least in part by expectations as to how men should act -- expectations often shared by women as much as men. Ideas about “manhood” evolve over time. They differ from culture to culture and within cultures. (...) Research suggests that when fathers and other male family members offer a positive role, boys develop a more flexible vision of manhood and are more respectful in their relationships with women. (...) Mothers often reinforce traditional ideas about manhood by showing that they do not expect sons to do household chores or express their emotions.
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Score: 1346871.9 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/csw48/PD2-Lindblad.PDF
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Billson, J.M. (1996). Pathways to manhood: Young black males struggle for identity (expanded second edition). (...) Coordinators’ Notebook: An International Resource for Early Childhood Development, 20, 1-27. Gilmore, D. (1990). Manhood in the making: Cultural concepts of masculinity. (...) What men want: Mothers, fathers and manhood. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
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Score: 1321353.3 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...gm/men-boys2003/OP2-Barker.pdf
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DOUBLE SHELL ALUMINIUM VESSELS FOR CLASS 2 GASES / TRANSMITTED BY INTERNATIONAL TANK CONTAINER ASSOCIATION (ITCO)
In the design of such outer jacket vessels it is the norm for these to be thicker in material construction to that of the inner vessel and in most cases providing a higher degree of impact protection than the inner vessel alone. In the construction of vacuum vessels in aluminium, it should be noted that due to the young's modulus properties in design, a much thicker vessel capable of absorbing one atmosphere vacuum is often achieved to the equivalent thickness in stainless steel. (...) It is therefore proposed that the new amendment to the equivalent thickness formula is not applied to double wall shells for the carriage of deeply refrigerated Class 2 gases. ____________
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Score: 1316550 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.15/2001/13&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 7 NOV 1969 FROM THE CHARGE D'AFFAIRES OF KENYA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
'Ihe dignity of all men is destroyed when the manhood of any human being is denied. 7. Our objectives in southern Africa stem from our commitment to this principle of human equality. (...) Beliefs, abilities, and behaviour are all irrelevant to a man 1 s stat·us; evel'ything depends upon race. Manhood is irrelevant, The whole system of goverl1ltlent and society in South Af'rica I.~. (...) Yet even if international law is held to exclude active assistance to the South African opponents of apartheid, it does not demand that the comfort and support of human and commercial intercourse should be given to a Government which rejects the manhood of most humanity. South Africa should be excluded from the United Nations agencies, and even from the United Nations itself.
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Khumalo points out, social conventions equate manhood “with dominance and aggression, with sexual conquest and fearlessness.” (...) “They have been brought up to believe and internalize a view of manhood that is equated with aggression, dominance over women and sexual conquest. (...) Many men’s perceptions of manhood, he told Africa Renewal , often lead them to refuse to use condoms.
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Score: 1241458.4 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...g-men-women%E2%80%99s-equality
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The hair on your legs and arms may also become thicker and curlier as your grow older. • Wash your hands regularly • Give your nails a good scrub every day and cut them once a week • Brush your teeth at least twice a day (morning and before going to bed). (...) You would probably get fine hair on your upper lip followed by some more on the chin. It may get thicker and spread to your neck and cheeks as you grow older. (...) Pimples are caused when the sebaceous glands that lie just under your skin creates oil (sebum) that is a bit thicker and flows a bit slower resulting in your pores getting clogged.
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Score: 1219560.6 - https://www.unicef.org/maldive...Up%20Well%20-%20For%20Boys.pdf
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read along for acne tips • You may get more hairs on your arms and legs and they may get thicker. You don’t need to shave and there is no particular time to do so even if you choose to shave. (...) Pimples are caused when the sebaceous glands that lie just under your skin creates oil (sebum) that is a bit thicker and flows a bit slower resulting in your pores getting clogged. (...) • A well balanced nutritious diet and physical activity can keep your body and skin fit and healthy. 11 SHAVING TIPS Hair on your legs may get thicker as you grow older. Some girls and women shave their legs, but you don’t have to.
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Score: 1219090 - https://www.unicef.org/maldive...p%20Well%20-%20For%20Girls.pdf
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