Young Kenyan Men Who Participated In Gender-Violence Prevention Program More Likely To Report Stopping Assaults On Women, Study Shows

Reuters Health: Trained that ‘No Means No,’ young men act to stop rape
“After training in a gender-violence prevention program, Kenyan boys and young men were three times more likely than their untrained classmates to report that they’d successfully intervened to prevent an assault on girls or women, a new study found…” (Cohen, 6/17).

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