Provide education and training for youth workers, sports coaches, educators, teachers and mentors to deliver our Respect100 programme to boys and young men aged 11 upwards. Respect100 promotes healthy, respectful ways of “being a man”; decreases language and actions that devalue women, girls and other marginalised groups; challenges harmful cultural and social norms; and decreases instances of bullying, homophobia and even gun violence and knife crime.
Events designed to educate and empower community leaders and influencers about how men can prevent domestic and gender violence. We facilitate learning and discussion on the impact of domestic and gender violence, how to be accountable to victims and change systems within different areas of influence.
Designed to give intimate and in-depth education on healthy, respectful manhood and masculinity.Weexplore the history of movement building in the UK and beyond, male socialisation and its intersection with violence against women, the intersections of oppression, the politics of accountability, trafficking and demand, and community organising.
We work with administrators, student leaders, the student body and the community at large to facilitate conversations and provide education on methods and strategies to prevent sexual assault, violence and discrimination on school/college/university campuses. It is ideal for student athletes, coaching staff,freshers, international students, women’s centres and faculty staff.
We collaborate with other organsations/agencies/services to hold regional conferences aimed at educating delegates on the main themes of our work and showcase the work of other men active in the field and/or services in the area.