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- DocumentCREA, 2014This toolkit was developed to help individuals and organisations dedicated to advancing a feminist social change agenda—an agenda that believes that all development and social justice must be rooted in gender and social equality. It is based on the assumption that such processes require a different type of leadership, ‘Transformative Feminist Leadership’ (TFL).Document2009Innovations in financial services, particularly in microfinance, have enabled millions of women and men in rural areas who were formerly excluded from the financial sector to gain access to financial services on an ongoing basis.DocumentPromundo, 2013The Program P Manual is a compilation of interconnected strategies and action steps designed to reshape how local communities and governments, particularly the public health system, engage men as caregivers. The manual contains three sections, each of which provides evidence, guidance and useful tools on engaging men more equitably as fathers and caregivers for a particular audience.Document2009Development partners, including UNICEF, have been supporting the Ethiopian Government so that the country could achieve universal access to education by 2015.DocumentGBV Prevention Network, 2014Get Moving! is a toolkit created by the African Gender-based Violence (GBV) Prevention Network. It is designed to more deeply connect participants to their passion for preventing violence against women (VAW), as well as enhancing VAW prevention skills, and expanding commitments from individuals, organisations, and eventually the whole anti-GBV movement.Document2012Do you want to help create a critical mass of African men who are able to influence communities, organisations, and the public to embrace gender equality and women’s human rights? This toolkit is aimed at providing men with easy, practical guidelines on how to work with fellow men to combat gender-based violence (GBV) as part of their contribution to achieving gender equality.DocumentHeinrich Boell Foundation, 2013Good news! counteracts the dominance of bad news in the media and provides numerous examples of positive change from all over the world. The focus is on people who are determined to put a stop to violence, oppression, gender inequality, poverty, and destruction of the environment. Individuals can make a start, but it takes many people to truly bring about transformation.DocumentAfrican Women's Development & Communication Network, 2014What action can you take to address FGM? This handbook, produced by the African Women’s Development and Communications Network (FEMNET) is a behaviour change communication tool intended to expand the engagement of men in religious and cultural institutions to reach out to their communities to eradicate female genital mutilation (FGM) in Meru and Tharaka, Kenya.DocumentGDNet, 2013GDNet is committed to addressing barriers facing southern researchers and creating an enabling environment for them to communicate their work better and more widely. This paper was commissioned by GDNet to explore gender-based barriers to the use of online knowledge services and help GDNet identify ways of improving the experience of female users.DocumentAsian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre for Women, 2014This Asian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre for Women (ARROW) publication, the ARROW Resource Kit (ARK), is a compilation of the most effective governance and management tools and resources that ARROW has developed over the past 20 years.