Our intervention philosophy

Our intervention philosophy

Our intervention philosophy is based on ethical values founded on equality and accountability.

Interventions are inspired by humanistic ethical values that enhance the emergence of one’s own human identity through respect for oneself and others, authenticity, the affirmation of one’s own identity and improved self-esteem.

Interventions question the social and cultural values underlying the male socialization that imposes a stereotyped identity standardizing behaviours, feelings of unease and constraints. Moreover, such learned attitudes support and continue this kind of socialization.

Interventions must respect the following social values and standards:

(This intervention philosophy was adopted in February 1996.)