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The impact of the approach men Groups Dialogue in gender based violence prevention in Chambucha district North Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo


[ IMPACT DE L’APPROCHE DES GROUPES DE DIALOGUES DES HOMMES DANS LA PREVENTION DES VIOLENCES BASEES SUR LES GENRE DANS LE DISTRICT DE CHAMBUCHA AU NORD KIVU, EN RD Congo ]

Volume 25, Issue 2, July 2016, Pages 576–585

 The impact of the approach men Groups Dialogue in gender based violence prevention in Chambucha district North Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo

John AMANI BALIAHAMWABO

Original language: French

Received 8 April 2016

Copyright © 2016 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


It is not sufficient when the man is conscious of the negative outcomes of violence’s and discrimination toward women at the community level but he should undertake individual actions for protection and women’s rights promotion. This piece of work shows that men dialogue groups contribute to the prevention of gender based violence’s in the community and particularly in the family of their members. However, discussion and dialogue sessions among men provide with knowledge that allow them to be conscious of negative outcomes of violence’s and discrimination toward women at the community level and undertake individual and responsible actions to acknowledge the women’s rights. In the framework of these pieces of work, we have used the comparative method and the following techniques: interview, free talks, sampling and documentation. After analyzing the results of our research we have found that the implication and participation of all actions, notably religions and custom leader’s spouses of member of men dialogue group and the intensification of these groups will contribute overcoming the issues that member are facing. Dialogue groups allow men to undertake individual and responsible actions to acknowledge women rights.

Author Keywords: Impact, dialogues, prevention, violences, gender.


Abstract: (french)


Il ne suffit pas que les hommes soient conscients des retombées négatives de la violence et de la discrimination à l'égard des femmes au niveau communautaire mais qu’ils prennent des actions individuellement responsables pour la protection et la promotion des droits de la femme. Ce travail démontre bien que le groupe de dialogue des hommes contribue à la prévention des violences basées sur le genre dans la communauté et plus particulièrement dans les familles des leurs membres. En outre, les séances des discussions et des dialogues entre les hommes leur offrent des connaissances qui leur permettent de prendre conscience des retombées négatives de la violence et discrimination à l'égard des femmes au niveau communautaire. Pour réaliser ce travail nous nous sommes servis de la méthode comparative et les techniques suivantes : interview, entretien libre, échantillonnage et l’analyse documentaire. Apres l’analyse des données ; nous avons constaté que l’implication et la participation de tous les acteurs, notamment les leaders coutumiers et religieux, épouses de membres des groupes de dialogue des hommes et l’intensification des ces groupes contribueront à surmonter les défis auxquels ses membres font face. Les groupes de dialogues permet aussi aux hommes de prendre des actions individuellement responsables pour reconnaitre les droits de la femme.

Author Keywords: Impact, dialogues, prévention, violences, genre.


How to Cite this Article


John AMANI BALIAHAMWABO, “The impact of the approach men Groups Dialogue in gender based violence prevention in Chambucha district North Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo,” International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 576–585, July 2016.