Workshop cycles within Superdad campaign coming to a successfull end
17 May, 2016
17 May, 2016
23 Nov, 2015
02 Oct, 2015
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31 Jul, 2015
29 May, 2015
06 May, 2015
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15 Apr, 2015
24 Mar, 2015
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Workshop @ Vienna
Workshop @ Osiječko-baranjska County
Workshop @ Istra County
Workshop @ Primorsko-goranska County
Seminar @ Varaždin
Project ”MenCare – engaging men in achieving gender equality in Međimurje County” is being carried as part of global and regional fatherhood campain aiming for men to be allies in supporting women’s social and economic equality and building non violent society.
Project ”MenCare- MenCare – engaging men in achieving gender equality in Međimurje County” is being carried as part of global and regional fatherhood campain aiming for men to be allies in supporting women’s social and economic equality and building non violent society.
Međimurje county will be involved together with more than 30 countries on five continents in campaign that promotes men’s involvement as equitable, nonviolent fathers and caregivers in order to achieve family well-being, gender equality, and better health for mothers, fathers, and children.
Campaign will inform the community, and through project the gender transformative manual P will be translated and adapted and workshops will be held to build capacities of health and social workers.
Program P - “P” for ”padre” in Spanish and “pai” in Portuguese, meaning “father
Program P provides concrete strategies for engaging men in active caregiving from their partner’s pregnancy through their child’s early years. It identifies best practices on engaging men in maternal and child health, caregiving, and preventing violence against women and children.
The Manual is formed of three parts: Fatherhood in health sector – A guide for health professionals on engaging men (dealing with prenatal care to care till age 0 to 4); Group activities for fathers and their partners (dealing with division of caregiving, non violence, needs and rights of children) and Mobilizing community (a campaign guide).