Created and led by Promundo and the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) in 2008, IMAGES is the most comprehensive survey carried out to date on men’s attitudes and practices on a wide variety of topics related to gender equality – as well as gauging women’s perspectives on such practices, and their opinions and reports of their own experiences.
To learn more about the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES), please have a look at the report by Promundo and ICRW on the background information and key findings on their website.
By UNFPA, 2013.
Gender norms and practices in the questions of maternal health, reproductive health, family planning, fatherhood and domestic violence.
The report discusses the results of the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) conducted in Kyrgyzstan, on gender norms and practices. The survey touches upon the issues of female reproductive and maternal health, sexually transmitted infections, domestic violence and the role that men play in parenting.
By the Institute of Social Studies and Analysis (ISSA), with the support of Georgia UNFPA Country Office. 2014
The goal of the survey “Men and Gender Relations in Georgia” is to gather data on men’s attitudes towards gender equality; and to describe their experience of and engagement in household activities and in such social practices, which involve residing together and sharing household responsibilities with a spouse or partner. The survey also gathered data from women in order to make a comparison of the opinions expressed by both genders. The Institute of Social Studies and Analysis (ISSA) conducted the survey within the framework of the UN Joint Programme to Enhance Gender Equality in Georgia.
By Women's Law Center and Center for Investigation and Consultation "Sociopolis", based on IMAGES methodology.
The goal of the research "Men and gender equality in the Republic of Moldova” was the identification and understanding of the behaviour and attitudes of men and women, and of the changes influencing their attitudes and behaviour, to serve for the development, directing and monitoring of policies in the gender equality domain. The research resulted in collection of national level data, which serve as reference for monitoring the changes, expected to take place in the attitudes and behaviour of women and men, as a result of implementation of policies and programs for promoting gender equality.