The Men’s Project has been established to provide leadership on the reduction of violence and other harmful behaviours prevalent among boys and men, and build new approaches to improve their wellbeing and keep families and communities safe.
Good men, respectful relationships, safe communities
To support boys and men to live respectful, accountable and fulfilling lives free from violence.
The goals of The Men’s Project are to:
Prevent violence by driving positive cultural and attitudinal change about masculinity and gender equality through community engagement, advocacy and effective alliances.
Develop innovative programs that address the underlying drivers of violent and other harmful behaviours, ensure accountability for actions, and restore relationships.
Encourage collaboration to improve knowledge about what works in engaging boys and men, changing behaviour and keeping people safe.
Build the confidence and capacity of the workforce across a range of sectors to recognise and respond to violence and other harmful behaviours.
Our work is based on extensive experience working with boys and men, a holistic approach and strong partnerships.
We strive to complement the work of other organisations by engaging boys and men.
The voice of people affected by violence informs all our work.