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Without engaging men, gender equality may be beyond our reach. Here’s why...

Men and women both need to be brought on board to create a #BalanceforBetter. Our experience shows that when men are engaged, they become active allies in the struggle for gender equality, writes VSO Gender Adviser Geeta Pradhan.

What about men?

Achieving gender parity means more than just empowering women - room needs to be made for them in the spaces they are excluded from, and that can only happen with the willingness of those currently at the top. These people tend to be men.

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