Our values will apply to our behaviour with actual and potential service users, staff, volunteers, Trustees and partner agencies.
We believe that sexual violence is both a cause and a consequence of gender inequality. By being a strong, proud and active feminist organisation we engage with issues with a spirit of hope and a determination to fight for women to receive the justice they deserve as a right.
We work transparently and honestly so that we are trusted and viewed as an organisation with integrity.
We treat everyone with dignity by acknowledging their background, life story, skills and resilience.
Equality is a fundamental human right and we recognise that people experience disadvantage and discrimination because of their gender, class, sexuality, ethnicity, religion, impairments or age. We are committed to equality and inclusivity and oppose discrimination in everything we do.
People are disempowered by their experiences of sexual violence. Offering choice is fundamental to how we work.
Service users deserve a high quality, professional organisation and we provide this in all that we do.