Informed by the Mission, Vision and Values (MVV) of SASC, our MVV guides the work we do.


To engage boys and men, with their unique ability and responsibility, in ending systemic and everyday forms of gender-based violence

We do this through programming that provides alternative narratives of masculinity, opportunity for self-reflection and dialogue, and challenges harmful language and behaviour


A world where boys and men are engaged in ending sexual violence and oppression


The work to engage boys and men in ending sexual violence and oppression must:

(i) Take a strengths-based approach, which includes youth-led programming

(ii) Be guided by an intersectional feminist framework

(iii) Seek direction from, and be held accountable to, those that identify as women, transgender, and/or non-binary