Men, Masculinities & Armed Conflict: Grave Impacts of Militarised Masculinity in Afghan Society Pre and Post Taliban Takeover. Hareer Hashim
This study highlights the root causes of militarised masculinities in Afghanistan, and how the manifestations of these imposed gender norms and ideologies inhibit women’s social, economic and political rights; perpetuate armed conflict; and promote the possession and use of weapons.
This study by WILPF Cameroon explores masculinities, and how to more effectively engage men and boys in peacebuilding, particularly as men, who are usually at the forefront of armed hostilities, should be engaged in such a process to bring about better and long-lasting results.
Factors Of Violence And Voices Of Resistance – The Militarised Masculinities In The Democratic Republic Of Congo
This study aims to understand how men and boys living in conflict zones are indoctrinated to become violent. It also aims to identify the voices of resistance by listening to the needs of these male communities.
The Institutional And Cultural Militarisation Of Masculinities In Colombia, The Most War-Like Country In Latin America
This research paper explores how the militarisation of masculinities in Colombia occurs in each stage of life, and in the institutional and cultural spectrums, since Limpal recognises that the militaristic system is so corrosive that it is installed in each of the political and social spaces of Colombian society.