To promote intercultural dialogue and close the scholarly gap in the field of migration and its effects on men, Women without Borders (WwB) carried out its ‘Fathers and Sons between Two Worlds’ research project in Vienna and Innsbruck between 2015 and 2016. The study focused on men with migrant backgrounds and their attitudes towards and perceptions of masculinity, fatherhood, gender, and integration. WwB produced the film documentary ‘Between Two Worlds’ in the course of the research study, which later was applied to engage teenagers with and without migrant and Muslim background in a follow-up project of the same name.

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