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Sherene Idriss Oct 15
My article at about and how they portray complex millennial Arab Muslim on screen is out now
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Mona Mishra Oct 15
The Man-Woman binary, now nearly dead, has left behind a progeny that we are still getting to know – the dualism of the masculine/feminine. And the crisis of is that they cannot lean into their vulnerabilities. My piece
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Centre for Gender & Global Health Oct 15
Thanks to all those who joined us for panel discussions on Engendering Men's Health - and to Grayson Perry for a fantastic, funny and thought-provoking talk on This event also marks the start of our series - check out our upcoming events below 👇
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Chris Wallace 14h
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Eric Richardson Oct 17
Great talk on and about social justice, race, and in schools, and the importance of intersectionality and doing the work of in the face of fragile identities. Reminds me of my own Masters report on in .
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Michael Kehler Oct 15
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Africa@LSE 24h
Next in our series – health crises in Uganda have decreased with few changes in masculinity, with masculine sexual privilege remaining largely intact. But can health be a potent catalyst for addressing complex gender power dynamics?
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WILPF Women, Peace and Security 22h
Replying to @ipinst @WILPF and 2 others
Interrogating the front page of the NYT, Cynthia Enloe asks: is there anything related to going on in the events here? How about femininities? Processes of feminization? We must ask these questions when thinking about issues, and make ourselves continually curious.
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Sussex CIRCY Oct 16
Interested in and methodological innovation? Come and join us for this fascinating event with Prof Rachel Thomson from her research: What really counts? A wormhole
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GQ Oct 15
Went back to this article and I wrote years back for today's class on . ‘Yiba yindoda’: Towards healthier, non-violent masculinities in our country’s men ALL of it is as relevant today, as it was five years ago.
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DrWizdom Oct 15
So we need to address gender equity issues. But... This. Ain’t. It. We need conversations that set an intention to see men & women in the fullness of their humanity and recognizes intersectional identities. are hierarchical & so are the assoc privileges.
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Michael Kehler Oct 15
powerfully opens a conversation, disrupting a culture of complacency, boys being boys But who is talking? Who is listening?
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ravi kumar verma Oct 9
Replying to @BoyTalkProject
Through our findings, we identify opportunities to redefine notions about what it means to be a man, and changing men’s behaviors related to violence and SRHR issues. Some of our work on engaging and redefining can be explored here:
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Dr E Josephine Oct 12
Significant statistics that show just how many misconceptions about continue to plague our culture, especially among young people. Essential poll: young men least likely to identify abusive domestic behaviour
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Jumanah Zabaneh 22h
Check this story by UN Women & on how tackling & social norms is relevant to the work of 3 agencies in : the Lebanese Army, the General Security & the Internal Security Forces
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Michael Kehler Oct 15
It takes courage to lead the conversation, speak out from among “the boys”. Stand up engage is action.
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Equity Leaders Oct 10
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kent buse Oct 14
Awe, thanks - honoured to be in exellent company on leaderboard. Today was tweeting on - these norms critical to addressing health inequalities faced by women, men, and hence reaching -
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Jumanah Zabaneh Oct 11
Fruitful discussions on the need to tackle & negative social norms and on the importance of engaging men and boys to achieve with the Internal Security Forces in . Thanks for the opportunity
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kent buse Oct 15
Was a pleasure to meet Louis Bennett of London of Fine Art who picked up first prize in the competition on and for his exploration of masculinity and its impact on health
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