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Case study

30 April 2019

Programme H & M

Tags: Men, boys and masculinities, Gender-based violence, Sexual and reproductive health

Published by: The Learning Collaborative to Advance Normative Change

Learning Collaborative Measurement Case Studies

Case study

19 May 2019

Abriendo Oportunidades Project

Tags: Normative change, Child marriage, Sexual and reproductive health, Voice and agency, Data, tools and measurement

Published by: The Learning Collaborative to Advance Normative Change

Learning Collaborative Measurement Case Studies

Briefing paper

18 March 2019

Preventing intimate partner violence among young people: The role of comprehensive sexuality education

Authors: Shelly Makleff, Florencia Barindelli, Rosa Icela Zavala, Jovita Garduño, Vanessa Ivon Silva Márquez, Cicely Marston

Tags: Gender-based violence, Intimate partner violence, Education

Published by: ALIGN, Mexfam

 © Brenda Islas

Blog

9 January 2019

Qualitative data shows how sexuality education can address social norms

Authors: Shelly Makleff and Cicely Marston

Tags: Sexual and reproductive health, Gender-based violence, Data, tools and measurement, Education

Published by: ALIGN

A Mexfam Gente Joven (“Young People”) programme health educator providing information about sexual and reproductive rights during a comprehensive sexuality education course.

Webinar

23 January 2018

Webinar 'Context Matters: How understanding social norms is imperative to addressing child marriage'

Authors: Estela Rivero, Marcia Odell, Laura Hinson, Mara Steinhaus, Emma Puig de la Bellacasa

Tags: Child marriage

Published by: ICRW

Webinar screen

Report

1 March 2017

The Man Box: A study on being a young man in the US, UK, and Mexico

Authors: Brian Heilman, Gary Barker, Alexander Harrison

Tags: Men, boys and masculinities

Published by: PROMUNDO-US

Cover of Man Box report

Report

27 April 2016

How does media influence social norms? A field experiment on the role of common knowledge

Authors: Eric Arias

Tags: Gender-based violence, Media, Theory

Published by: NYU

First page of report