Men as positive partners to end Gender-Based Violence: The Grenada Collective

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Interview with Tyrone Buckmire, Director of the Legal Aid and Counselling Clinic Grenada, who spearheads the Man to Man Batterer Intervention Programme which works with male perpetrators of violence. In his interview, he discusses the programme as a best practice and can be used as a medium to promote behaviour change and men as allies. He also talks about how we socialise men and the impact of redefining how we understand and enact masculinity.

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