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Role of men and boys in promoting gender equality: Advocacy Brief

by Tamo Chattopadhay;
Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok. 2004, 10p.ISBN 92-9223-029-8
The policy brief addresses the rationale, challenges, and strategies used to involve men in the promotion of gender equality.

This paper is part of a series of "Advocacy Briefs" prepared by UNESCO -Bangkok. These briefs are designed to describe the nature, advantages, and disadvantages of an key gender issues in education, such as the role of men and boys in girls education and incentives for girls' education, so that policy makers can make an informed decision as to a specific course of action to be taken.



 
Author(s) Tamo Chattopadhay
Source UNESCO Bangkok
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Publication Date 22 Dec 2004
UNESCO 1995-2009 - ID: 26578