Aernout Zevenbergen


On Being A Man
Aernout Zevenbergen speaks about the need for new ideas, new visions, new approaches when tackling the two combined plagues of HIV/Aids and sexual & domestic violence in Africa. Men have - now more than ever - a chance to liberate themselves from the yoke of patriarchy, explains Zevenbergen, and become full human beings.

An interview with talk show host Patricia Amira
Patricia Amira, the queen of African talk shows, interviews Aernout Zevenbergen on his book "Spots of a leopard - on being a man". Zevenbergen is a journalist and professional "story catcher". Between 2001 and 2009 he roamed through Africa, trying to find answers to the question, "What does it mean to be a man, today, in Africa?"


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