Men Advocating Real Change (MARC)
Inclusive workplaces support the needs of all employees, including men. These programs and resources are designed to inspire and equip men to leverage their unique opportunity and responsibility to be advocates for equity. This archive is a collection of Catalyst’s research for Men Advocating Real Change (MARC) as part of our 2023 campaign, Accelerating Equity on All Fronts.
7 Facts That Prove America Ferrera’s Speech in Barbie Is True (Infographic)
The Barbie film launched a huge conversation around feminism and the status of gender equity in the world today.
Flexible Masculinities at Work (Infographic)
Expectations for men's behavior at work tend to be rigid and potentially harmful. Flexibility may relieve the pressure men face.
LGBTQ+ Inclusion: Ask Catalyst Express
Recruit, retain, develop, and advance LGBTQ+ employees in your organization with this collection of data and resources.
MARC (Men Advocating Real Change) is a Catalyst initiative for men to enable them to advocate for gender equity.
What Is Gender Partnership and How to Be an Effective Gender Partner (Infographic)
Learn how to do the internal and external work to become a better gender partner in your workplace.
Gender Partnership: What, Why, How (Tool)
This tool explains what gender partnership is, why it's important for people of all genders, and how to implement this strategy.
Engaging Men: The Journey Toward Equity (Report)
By engaging men in equity and inclusion conversations, organizations can create a sustaining culture that truly lives out those values.
When Managers Are Open, Men Feel Heard and Interrupt Sexism (Report)
Managers are uniquely positioned to make men feel their voices are welcome and to contribute to a culture of openness.
Catalyst Guide to Employee Resource Groups (Tool)
This comprehensive, Supporter-only toolkit contains all the resources you need to create and launch an ERG at your organization.
Masculine Anxiety and Interrupting Sexism at Work (Report)
Learn what masculine anxiety is and how it links to interrupting or not interrupting sexism in the workplace.
“Open the Kimono”: A Misogynist and Racist Business Phrase (Blog Post)
Racist and misogynist language can lead to tragic outcomes, such as the March 2021 Atlanta murders of Asian American women.
Building Inclusion for Indigenous Peoples in Canadian Workplaces (Report)
Catalyst research finds many Indigenous Peoples in Canada pay an Emotional Tax at work and identifies ways managers can help.
Interrupting Sexism at Work: What Drives Men to Respond Directly or Do Nothing? (Report)
New Catalyst research examines what influences men’s willingness and ability to interrupt sexism at work.