Globally, nationally and locally mens violence against women is an endemic social problem and an enduring human rights issue. Unlike men who are most likely to be victims of stranger assaults and violence, official data shows that women are most likely to be attacked, beaten, raped and killed by men known to them - either partners or family members.Research has maintained that to challenge and prevent mens violence against women, changing the attitudes and behaviour of young people is essential. This ground-breaking book presents the first investigation into what younger people think about mens violence against women. It does this by locating their constructions and understandings within the temporal and spatial location of childhood.Through challenging the perception that young people are too young to know about violence or to offer opinions on it, Nancy Lombard demonstrates the ways to talk to younger people about men's violence. Through confronting preconceptions of younger peoples existing knowledge, capabilities and understanding, she demonstrates that this is a subject which young people can confidently discuss.