The second session looked into the experiences of working with men and involving them to take affirmative action for ending violence against women.
What does WWM stand for?
WWM stands for Working with Men (charity; UK)
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We have 51 other meanings of WWM in our Acronym Attic
- Women Who Love Women
- Wagin/Woodanilling Landcare Zone (Australia)
- Waterways Management
- White Working Male
- Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (TV gameshow)
- Widowed White Male
- Wigner-Weyl-Moyal (theory)
- Wilson Wolf Manufacturing
- Wing Weapons Manager (aircraft maintenance)
- Winning Ways Management, Inc. (Manitou Springs, CO)
- World Wide Manufacturing (various locations)
- World Wide Mobility (Spain)
- Worldwide Media
- Woven Wire Mesh
- Waste Water Management Authority (Mauritius)
- Western Weights and Measures Association (various locations)
- Western Westmoreland Municipal Authority (North Huntingdon, PA)
- Western Wisconsin Medical Associates, S.C.
- Workshop on Website Management for ASEAN Countries
- Women Who Mean Business
Samples in periodicals archive:
Through sharing of research studies and experiences of working with men in India, it was highlighted that boys and men are aware that they can take actions to stop GBV and such work does lead to changes in aggressive male behaviour.
The remaining papers offer specialist perspectives on a range of topics, including the management of male obesity in primary care, working with men in groups, community pharmacy approaches to weight management in men, commercial slimming groups in the management of weight problems, tackling weight problems in men in the workplace, weight problems in boys and young men, working with overweight and obese men with disabilities, promoting exercise to men, communicating the risks of obesity to South Asian men, weight management in men with mental health problems, working with men via the Internet, innovation in obesity services for men, and the Australian experience.