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A Sharing Meeting - Comparative Research on Public Policies Related to Men, Masculinities and Gender

There is an increasing understanding around the world that reaching a status of gender equality will require both women’s empowerment and involvement of men. The Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ) and SAHAYOG have collaborated on a study to understand the spaces and provisions for including and addressing men within a gendered policy framework in India. For this purpose, a set of five recent policy instruments were reviewed that include:
 
 
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National Population Policy ( 2000) ( and RCH II)
 • National Policy for Empowerment of Women, 2001
 • National Youth Policy, 2003
 • National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005
 • The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005

 
 
To share the preliminary findings of the study and to take feedback from stake- holders and experts on the relevance of the process a sharing event was organized on 17th March 2008 at India International Centre (IIC), New Delhi. Please click the links given below for programme schedule, presentations and brief report.
 

Programme Scheduledownloads: 513 | type: doc | size: 0 kB
List of Participantsdownloads: 834 | type: doc | size: 0 kB

Presentations

Context of the Studydownloads: 596 | type: ppt | size: 0 kB
Policy Scandownloads: 538 | type: ppt | size: 0 kB
Reactions and Responsesdownloads: 514 | type: ppt | size: 0 kB

The Study Report is available for download below: 

Men, Gender Equality and Policy Response in Indiadownloads: 430 | type: pdf | size: 0 kB
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