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Where Are the Men? Reflections on Manhood, Masculinities and Gender Justice

  • Jan Reynders
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Part of the Gender, Development and Social Change book series (GDSC)

Abstract

The chapter looks at male body-in-resistance to the current inequitable and unjust world order, seeking a humane, sustainable alternative. It is a (self-)reflection on masculinities, based on conversations the author has had over the last three decades during his work as a gender justice, GBV and SRHR consultant, trainer, lecturer and activist.

Keywords

Trade Fair Gender Identity Gender Equality Civil Society Organization Financial Action Task Force 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jan Reynders
    • 1
  1. 1.The HagueThe Netherlands

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