Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
- 167 migrant men were trained in the Positive Masculinities Curriculum
- 333 end users reached
- 82% showed positive changes in behavior towards the concepts of masculinity and gender equality
HIAS Panama built on previous work to reduce gender-based violence (GBV) by creating safe spaces to deconstruct unequal gender systems through a robust positive masculinities training curriculum and an ongoing analysis of power relations. The program worked with 167 migrant men to raise awareness about violence, gender and social norms, and their consequences, encouraging attitudinal and behavioral change among participants and their peers.
Location and Focus Area
|Xenophobia, GBV, and Violence Prevention|