Allyship and social justice : Men as allies in challenging men’s violence and discrimination against women

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Sharma, Alankaar. (2019). Allyship and social justice : Men as allies in challenging men’s violence and discrimination against women. In In Baines, Donna, Bennett, Bindi, Goodwin, Susan and Rawsthorne, Margot (Ed.). Working across difference : Social work, social policy and social justice pp. 103-119 Red Globe Press.
AuthorsSharma, Alankaar
EditorsBaines, Donna, Bennett, Bindi, Goodwin, Susan and Rawsthorne, Margot
Abstract

This chapter introduces the idea of allyship from a social justice perspective and illustrate it through the example of men allies working with a profeminist framework to challenge men's violence and discrimination against women (MVDAW).

Keywordsviolence against women; discrimination; allyship; profeminist
Page range103-119
Year2019
Book titleWorking across difference : Social work, social policy and social justice
PublisherRed Globe Press
Place of publicationLondon, United Kingdom
ISBN9781352006407
9781352006414
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Print17 May 2019
Online2019
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