1. Introduction.- 2. The problem: Men's violence against women.- 3.
Prevention.- 4. Why engage men and boys in prevention?.- 5.
Reaching and engaging men.- 6. Educating men face-to-face.- 7.
Educating men through media.- 8. Mobilising men.- 9. Changing men's
organisations.- 10. Dealing with resistance.- 11. Working with
diverse populations.- 12. Conclusion.
Michael Flood, Ph.D., is an internationally recognised researcher
of men, masculinities, and violence prevention, based at the
Queensland University of Technology in Australia. Flood has had a
life-long involvement in activism and education in support of
feminism and social justice.