Here you can read and download the latest MÄN publications – from our Annual Report to discussion papers and advocacy reports. Stay tuned for future publications!
Annual Report 2016
Our Annual Report 2016 (English version) gives an overview of MÄN’s activities in 2016. We networked internationally from Sarajevo to Vancouver, set up more fathers’ groups in Belarus and worked to prevent men’s violence in Russia. Back home, our political lobbying work paid off, the Killfrågor chat hit new records and our local members reached out to school students. On top of that, our secretariat continued expanding and we rebranded with a new website, new graphic profile and a bold, shorter name: MÄN.
Paper: Men, Masculinities and Climate Change
“Men, Masculinities and Climate Change” is a discussion paper written in collaboration between MÄN and our partner organisations Promundo, Sonke Gender Justice, Centre ANNA and the MenEngage Global Alliance. It analyses masculinity in patriarchal systems, to illustrate how men and boys’ multiple roles perpetuate environmental degradation. The paper lists suggestions on how men, women and people of all genders can work together on climate change. When we see the link between masculinity and the environment, we are one step closer to creating an ecologically sustainable society for future generations.
Report: State of the World’s Fathers
“State of the World’s Fathers” is an advocacy report published in 2015 by MenCare. It provides a global overview of the state of men’s contributions to parenting and caregiving. Focus areas are sharing unpaid care work, violence prevention, child development and child health. The report is based on data from hundreds of international studies. It includes policy recommendations to governments, employers and individuals.
In 2017 a new report was launched, following up on the previous State of the World´s Fathers. The 2017 State of the World’s Fathers: Time for Action report lays out a bold agenda for men and boys doing fully 50 percent of the world’s unpaid care work.
Read more here about the MenCare campaign , of which MÄN is a part.