The following links provide interesting perspectives on many different aspects of changing men’s attitudes and behaviours relating to women and technology. Do also look at our Other Initiatives and Country Initiatives pages that provide further evidence.
Blog posts, activities or research on men in gender, particularly relating to technology
Resources specifically focusing on technology
- Computer Weekly and TechTarget (2017) Focus: men for women in tech, (Clare McDonald, Business Editor)
- Elice (2018) 30 Ways to be an ally for women in tech
- Erica Azad (2018) A male’s perspective on the women in tech movement
- Gender, Technology and Development an international, multi-disciplinary, refereed journal serving as a forum for exploring the linkages among changing gender relations, technological change and developing societies
- Hannah Williams (2018) International Women’s Day 2018: Bridging the gender gap for women in tech envatotuts+
- Julie Lyneham (The Tribune) Women in technology fight to bridge the gender gap
- Nona Blackman (2018) 10 things men can do to support women in tech
- PWC: Women in tech: time to close the gender gap
- World Economic Forum (2017) 4 charts that show tech is still a man’s world
More general resources on engaging men in gender empowerment
- Catalyst member benchmarking virtual roundtable: Engaging men in gender diversity initiatives: what change agents need to know
- Center for Partnership Studies and Promundo (2018) Raising caring men: how can #MeToo bring a revolution in masculinities?
- Diversity Council Australia (M. Flood, G. Russell, J. O’Leary and C. Brown) (2017) Men Make a Difference: How to Engage Men on Gender Equality, Synopsis Report, Sydney, Diversity Council Australia
- Elad N. Sherf and Subra Tangirala How to get men involved with gender parity initiatives (Harvard Business Review)
- Elizabeth Harrin 5 ways to engage men in gender diversity initiatives
- Elizabeth Nyamayaro (2015 TEDWomen) An invitation to men who want a better world for women
- European Institute for Gender Equality (2012) The involvement of men in gender equality initiatives in the European Union,
- Joanne Lipman (2018) That’s what she said. What men need to know (and women need to tell then) about working together, HarperCollins
- Kate Bassett (2018) Management Today Agents of change
- MenCare (2015) State of the world’s fathers
- Natalie Marulanda To reach gender equality in the workplace, we need men to engage
- Stav Ziv 9 ways men can (and should) help close the gender gap
- UN Women and Promundo (2017) Promoting men’s caregiving to advance gender equality: a guidance note to inform the development of national policies and programmes based on results from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) – Middle and and North Africa, Cairo: UN Women
Relevant research findings
(Although these are not exclusively on men’s attitudes and behaviours to women and technology; see also detailed research listed under our Guidance Notes)
- Microsoft (2017) Why Europe’s girls aren’t studying STEM, Microsoft.
- OECD (2015) The ABC of Gender Equality in Schools: Aptitude, Behaviour, Confidence, Paris: OECD.
Many thanks to Jessica Olivan from Pro Mujer for recommending some of the material above.
Please do let us have recommendations for material to add to this list of evidence and resources by using our contact page