The South Asian Network to Address Masculinities (SANAM) is a network of NGOs (national and regional), academics and activists who believe that the toxicity of masculinities needs to be challenged if we are to dream of a violence free world. Masculinities and violence, it has been suggested, are inextricably linked in creating and maintaining all forms of inequalities. SANAM provides a platform for South Asians to work together in developing a culture of resistance to gender based violence.
 

SANAM TEACHING RESOURCES

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DESCRIPTION
YEAR OF PUBLICATION
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Background note on CurriculaBackground note for the curriculum on Men & Masculinities developed by Rahul Roy and Sanjay Shrivastav for the Capacity Development Initiative in South Asia2010Background note - Curricula Development
"Understanding Masculinities: Culture Politics and Social Change" - Presentations by Resource PersonsPresentations by the Resource Persons for the modules under the Study Programme, based on the generic curriculum developed for SANAM's Fellowship Programme in South Asia2011Presentation by Resource Persons
"Understanding Masculinities: Culture, Politics and Social Change" - Study GuideStudy guide - serves as a companion to the learning process and facilitates making linkages between different kinds of ideas in the articles in the Reader, and assists in identifying themes that the fellows could take up for further discussion2011Study Guide - Fellowship 2011
Fellowship - Project Development FrameworkProject Development Framework - created to assist fellows after initial discussion about the ideas they would like to enagage with as their individual projects2011Project development framework - Fellowship 2011

SANAM FELLOWSHIP PROJECTS 2011-12

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COUNTRY
YEAR
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FILE
Md. Faruque HossainBangladesh2012Module on Workshop on Maculinity & Better School EnvironmentProject - Md. Faruque Hossain
Mehbuba JabinBangladesh2012Use of ICT, Masculinity, and Enactment of Violence: A study among young men in BangladeshProject - Mehbuba Jabin
Md. Nazmul AhsanBangladesh2012Study Report on How masculinities are constructed at rural schools in southern Bangladesh and manifested in discrimination towards girls. Project - Md. Nazmul Ahsan
Parboti RoyBangladesh2012Ethnic Conflict and Masculinities: A Study on the Impact of Conflict on Indigenous Men in Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh Project - Parboti Roy
Md. Sirajul IslamBangladesh2012Construction of Masculinity among child labours in rural agricultural sectorProject - Md. Sirajul Islam
Ankur SrivastavaIndia2012Exploring the inter-linkages between sexuality, gender expression and work among men who sell sex to men in Mumbai, IndiaProject - Ankur Srivastava
Gee Amina SultanIndia2012
Gowhar FaziliIndia2012Languages of Grief: Understanding Masculinity through Public and Familial forms of GriefProject - Gowhar Fazili
Ishita SharmaIndia2012Fractures selves, healing spacesProject - Ishita Sharma
Meet Tara DnyaneshwarIndia2012Fathers' Masculinity and the Daughters' resultant struggle with life: The Daughters SpeakProject - Meet Tara Dnyaneshwar
Rabindra Singh JeenaIndia2012
Sanjay SinghIndia2012Construction of Masculinity in Bhojpuri regions of Uttar PradeshProject - Sanjay Singh
Santosh Kumar GiriIndia2012Where are we? Hum kahan? - Male-born TGs married to womenProject - Santosh Kumar Giri
Urvashi GandhiIndia2012Workbook for young men on Violence and MasculinitiesProject - Urvashi Gandhi
Urvija PriyadarshiniIndia2012Exploring "Bhakti" as a site for examining hegemonic masculinities in IndiaProject - Urvija Priyadarshini
Babu Ram PoudelNepal2012Study report on impact of Masculinities on Gender-based violence related Mediated cases of Kurtha VDC of Dhanusha District of NepalProject - Babu Ram Poudel
Dinesh Jung KhatiNepal2012Exploration of Masculinities among Dalit Men and Boys in Dolkha District in NepalProject - Dinesh Jung Khati
Durga ThapaNepal2012Final Report - Workshop on Understanding Masculinity within LGBT Group, Kathmandu, NepalProject - Durga Thapa
Kumar PaudelNepal2012Streets Our Way (Masculinities among Street Children of Kathmandu): A Photographic EssayProject - Kumar Paudel
Radha PaudelNepal2012A research report on "Understanding Masculinities in Public Transport", Kathmandu, NepalProject - Radha Paudel
Shanti UpretyNepal2012Exploring the Prevalence of Masculinities in the Functioning of the Political Parties in NepalProject - Shanti Uprety
Adeel PathanPakistan2012How Pakistani Electronic Media (News and Current affairs programs) portrays Nationalistic Masculinities with reference to Veena MalikProject - Adeel Pathan
Ahmad Zeb SwatayPakistan2012Analysis of the Pressures of Masculinity: The case of Pakhtun men/boys in district SwatProject - Ahmad Zeb
Aisha Anees MalikPakistan2012Masculinity and Pakistani Male Marriage MigrantsProject - Aisha Anees Malik
Arsala Khan KakarPakistan2012A Study of Masculinity in Pashto folk poetry of Gharra, a genre of Pashto folk poetryProject - Arsala Khan Kakar
Muhammad Rafique WassanPakistan2012Masculinity & Honor Crimes against Women in Sindh, PakistanProject - Muhammad Rafique Wassan
Saadia AbidPakistan2012Enculturing Masculinity: Young boys learning gender performativityProject - Saadia Abid
Zaheer AbbasPakistan2012Masculinities, Sexual Health of Truck Drivers and Role of Traditional HealersProject - Zaheer Abbas

SANAM REPORTS

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DESCRIPTION
YEAR OF PUBLICATION
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Curriculum Finalisation - Meeting ReportReport of the Curriculum Finalisation Meeting held from 27-30 August 2010 in Kathmandu with the main objective to finalise the framework of the generic curricula on men and masculinities2010Curriculum finalisation - Meeting report
Narrative Report of 'Capacity Development Initiative in South Asia'Final Narrative Report of 'Capacity Development Initiative in South Asia' prepared by Save the Children, Sweden (Regional Office), with the support from the Steering Committee of SANAM2011Narrative report - Capacity development initiative South Asia
Meeting Report for Review of 'Capacity Development Initiative in South Asia'Report of meeting held from 24-29 January, 2012 which reviewed the progress of the regional projects in terms of their effectiveness, appropriateness and the impact (of SANAM) at the regional and country levels in relation to the overall purpose of the regional initiative in the 4 participating countries.2012Review meeting report - Capacity development initiative in South Asia