Tools and guides

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Emergent Media Center at Champlain College
Emergent Media Center at Champlain College, with Population Media Centre and UNFPA, 2013

Breakaway is a free online video game co-produced by UNFPA launched during the World Cup in South Africa as part of the UN Secretary-General's UNITE Campaign to reach out to boys aged 8-11 with the aim of changing gender dynamics. The video can be a helpful resource for teaching purposes to introduce concepts of gender. More information about the campaign can be found here: http://breakawaygame.champlain.edu and here: http://www.unfpa.org/news/breaking-away-interactive-electronic-game-brings-gender-issues-play

A facilitators guide in English, French, Spanish or Portuguese is available via this link: http://www.breakawaygame.com/info.php?lang=EN

The actual game is available here: http://www.breakawaygame.com/play.php?lang=EN.

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Promundo
Promundo, 2013

Kicking Little Rocks is a children’s book that presents a father and his daughter, addressing how certain gender norms and expectations limit the daughter’s desires and dreams. Through dialogue and affection, the father and daughter challenge old concepts and build the foundations for an education based on equality and respect for individual personality. The story is a product of the collective work of a group of 17 girls who live in Rio de Janeiro and can be used by parents or teachers to talk about gender equality. 

Training and community work curricula
Source: Promundo
Promundo, Instituto PAPAI, Salud Y Género, ECOS
Promundo, 2013

The Program HMD toolkit for action presents a shorter version of the approach contained in Promundo’s Programs H and M. This toolkit seeks to make the model accessible by providing learning activities and case studies for discussion, with the aim of increasing the number of teachers, facilitators, youth workers, coaches, and health workers who can become gender equality activists – engaging young people to achieve lives free of inequalities, discrimination, and violence, and with full access to and knowledge about sexual health and other health services. 

Training and community work curricula
Source: Promundo
Logica, Promundo
World Bank, 2014

This manual provides the resources and tools for organizations and practitioners in post-conflict settings based on work conducted in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi to sustainably engage men in gender-based violence prevention through Living Peace groups. The methodology is based on good practices with male social group-therapy programs and gender-transformative group educational programs developed by Promundo. The manual also addresses how to implement the mentioned programs, and summarises the results of the 2013 evaluation which affirmed strong positive changes in men’s attitudes and behaviour. 

Training and community work curricula
Source: Promundo
IRC
IRC, 2014

EMAP is a one-year primary prevention intervention developed for humanitarian settings, created by the International Rescue Committee for. It provides staff in humanitarian settings with an evidence-based curriculum and field-tested approach for engaging men in transformative individual behaviour change, guided by the voices of women. The EMAP framework, Accountable Practice, provides a method and structure for honouring women’s leadership and developing male engagement in a way that improves, rather than endangers, the lives of women and girls in conflict-affected settings. It consists of three separate manuals: an introductory guide, a training guide and an implementation guide, all available in English and French. 

Training and community work curricula
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