Tipping point social norms innovation series. Brief 4: Tea stall conversations
This brief documents CARE’s Tipping Point project and how using tea stalls can help change social norms. It offers tips on how to replicate this approach in your own work.
Personal relationships often reinforce or challenge power imbalances between men and women. Fathers and brothers hold a great deal of power in the lives of adolescent girls in Bangladesh’s Sunamganj district.
For men and older boys, the tea stall is a common spot to socialise with peers. Tea stalls are a productive space to start discussions with men on gender and equity in a familiar setting.
TAGS: Fact sheet and brief Bangladesh South Asia Empowering girls Men and boys Mobilising families and communities