How to engage men in counteracting violence against women?
We invite you to the second of five SZTAMA’s webinars! Our webinars will feature international experts on masculinity, engaging men in anti-violence activities and working with men and boys. You will have a chance to learn about good practices, important experiences and standards that our guests implement in their communities in other countries and continents.
The webinar is organised in cooperation with Ashoka Poland.
In this second webinar, you will learn more about the different ways men can be involved in the movement against violence against women. It will be narrated by Ashoka Fellow Dean Peacock.
Dean has spent the past three decades working in South Africa, Africa, the Americas and around the world to prevent violence, promote peace, gender equality and human rights. He is currently the director of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, a multinational initiative to mobilize men for feminist peace. He is the co-founder and former executive director of Sonke Gender Justice, an award-winning South African NGO working in twenty-five African countries, and the co-founder and former co-chair of MenEngage Alliance, now working in over seventy countries around the world.
The webinar will be facilitated by Agata Stafiej-Bartosik | Ashoka Poland
Webinar will be held in English with simultaneous translation to Polish. Polish translation and the possibility of asking questions will be available only on Zoom, after registration.
Polish Sign Language translation: Barbara Parda and Diana Kirakowska
English-Polish translation: Misza Czerniak
To register, please, fill in the registration form here.
Registration is open until August 303/08/2021.
Link to the webinar room on Zoom will be sent one day prior to the webinar.
The unregistered participants, will have the opportunity to watch / listen to the webinar in the LIVE form without translation on the Sztama in education for change Fanpage on Facebook.
“SZTAMA w edukacji na rzecz zmiany” project is funded by the Active Citizens - National Fund program, a part of EOG Funds. The leader and initiator of the project is HerStory Foundation.
Patronats/matronats of the project: Empowering children Foundation, Antidiscrimination Education Society, Women’s Rights Centre - Branch in Wrocław.