PostivMasc conference October 19th and 20th presentations
- Keynote lecture. Professor Michael Flood. Masculinity and violence against women
- Presentation. Bolton , R et al. How do young people (men and women, 18-24 years) understand masculinities and VAW in Ireland?
- Presentation. Cerdán, A et al. Grey zones of gender-based violence and gender roles in young people in Spain
- Presentation. Kurhi, M. Forms of masculinity and positions on VAW among young Palestinian and Jewish men and women in Israel
- Presentation. Salazar, M. Young men´s and young women´s understanding of masculinities and and violence violence against women in Sweden.
- Presentation. Flood, M. Principles and promising practices for engaging boys and young men in ending men’s violence against women.
- Presentation. Barker, G. What works to achieve healthy masculinities and violence reduction? Reflections from Equimundo’s work
- Presentation. Marcos-Marcos, J. Masculinities and gender–based based violence educational interventions among young people
- Presentation. Daoud, N. Strategies and action to promote positive masculinities: Findings from our multi-country concept mapping study
- Presentation. Vives-Cases, C. Engaging youth in promoting positive masculinities to eradicate violence against women. Policy briefs overview
- Presentation. Nardini, K. Introduction to PositivMasc educational guide and videos
- Presentation. Bolton, R. Promoting and overcoming barriers for positive masculinities: an example from Ireland.
- Policy brief. Promoting Positive Masculinities to Address Violence Against Women in Young People: Evidence From the PositivMasc Project
- Policy brief. PositivMasc project Swedish version
Project peer reviewed publications
- Cerdán-Torregrosa, A. “It is what we have been told to do”: Masculinities and femininities crossing with sexual orientation and feminist activism in Spain
- “I Reject it, But That’s What Normally Happens”: Grey Zones of Gender-Based Violence and Gender Roles in Young People.
- “Wherever There’s Men, it can Happen”: Constructions of Violence Against Women by Young Adults in Ireland.
- Promoting Positive Masculinities to Address Violence Against Women: A Multicountry Concept Mapping Study.
- Young people’s constructions of gender norms and attitudes towards violence against women: a critical review of qualitative empirical literature.
- “If You Do Not Fit in With the Stereotype, They Eat You Alive”: Discourses of Masculinities and Their Reflections in Young Spanish Men’s Health
- ‘They’re you know, their audience’: How women are (ab)used to cement the heterosexual bonds between men.
- Positive Masculinities and Gender-Based Violence Educational Interventions Among Young People: A Systematic Review
- PositivMasc: masculinities and violence against women among young people. Identifying discourses and developing strategies for change, a mixed-method study protocol
- Young people’s construction of masculinity and violence against
women: a cross-national comparison of Ireland, Israel, Spain and
- Mapping the policy and legal landscape in addressing violence against
women in Ireland, Israel, Spain and Sweden: a cross-country comparison
Selected related publications from the team
- Negotiating Masculinity, Violence, and Responsibility: A Situational Analysis of Young Nicaraguan Men´s Discourses on Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence.
- Respectable, Disreputable, or Rightful? Young Nicaraguan Women´s Discourses on Feminity, Intimate Partner Violence, and Sexual Abuse: A Grounded Theory Situational Analysis.
- Screening and receiving information for intimate partner violence in healthcare settings: a cross-sectional study of Arab and Jewish women of childbearing age in Israel.
- Intimate Partner Violence Prevalence, Recurrence, Types, and Risk Factors Among Arab, and Jewish Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Women of Childbearing Age in Israel
- Childhood experiences of violence in perpetrators as a risk factor of intimate partner violence: a systematic review
- The effect of intimate partner violence and other forms of violence against women on health