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In this keynote presentation Jackson Katz, Ph.D. will outline some of the many ways in which addressing and preventing men’s violence against women needs to be framed as a fundamental responsibility of men in positions of leadership in the public and private sectors all over the world. This leadership should be understood as complementary to and in partnership with women’s leadership. As part of this discussion about leadership, Katz will provide an overview of the "bystander approach" to gender violence prevention, a widely popular prevention strategy of which he is one of the original architects. The bystander approach is based on a leadership model, because regardless of his/her/their formal position, the empowered bystander is a leader: someone who sees a problem, contemplates the ethical questions it raises, explores options, and then acts. Katz will also discuss the necessity for leaders to address issues of gender violence with an intersectional lens that takes into account the complexities and interactions between misogyny, racism, heterosexism, and other systems of inequality.