Theoretical speculations about why women are subjected to violence and how to counteract it.

Theoretical speculations about why women are subjected to violence and how to counteract it.

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From the collection of monthly webinars of the Freedom of Thought Association in collaboration with Iran Academia live streaming on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Introducing two articles for further study of those interested in the topic of the webinar “Why women are subjected to violence”

The first source is the chapter of the book written by Dr. Mehrdad Darvishpour, which is mentioned in the book Women Challenging Against the Role of Men (Fourth Edition 2017, Baran Publishing) and is listed separately on Zamaneh’s website

https://www.radiozamaneh.com/421745

The second source is a 2001 English-language book on men’s activities to end violence against women

Men’s Activism to End Violence Against Women – Voices from Spain, Sweden, and the UK

Written by CRiVA staff Nicole Westmarland, Sandy Ruxton, and Stephen Burrell, with CRiVA friends Anna-Lena Almqvist, Linn Egeberg Holmgren and Custodio Delgado Valbuena. Published by Policy Press, Bristol

https://policy.bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/mens-activism-to-end-violence-against-women

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