The Conversation, Published: March 15, 2022 2.55am AEDT, by Katy Dineen, College Lecturer in Teaching & Learning Enhancement, University College Cork & Maria Moulin-Stożek, University Professor, Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa
The problem of violence against women might seem insurmountable. But focusing on education about misogyny may provide a place to start. In particular, it is important to help young people understand what misogyny is, how it affects both women and men, and how it can lead to violence.
Our research on moral education, sex education and violence against women can help spell out the link between misogyny and violence, and how education can address these issues.
- Read more of this article “Stopping violence against women starts with learning what misogyny really is” here
- Read WHO global fact sheet “Violence against women prevalence estimates, 2018” here
- Read paper “Masculine Discrepancy Stress and Psychosocial Maladjustment: Implications for Behavioral and Mental Health of Adolescent Boys” here
- Read paper “Man enough? Masculine discrepancy stress and intimate partner violence” here
- Read paper “Children and young people’s participation in developing interventions in health and well-being” here