Committed to upholding human rights: ASP’s work is guided by international human rights and humanitarian norms and standards; the best interests, dignity and safety of all victims/survivors of CRSV, and principles of non-discrimination.
Survivor-centred: ASP prioritises the interests and perspectives of victims/survivors, working directly with them wherever possible to inform its research and action and to ensure that their needs and wishes guide efforts to end and respond to CRSV.
Ethical and accountable: ASP upholds ethical approaches in its research, advocacy and other activities and is committed to being accountable, including to the victims/survivors and partners with whom it works, and to women’s rights organisations working to respond to CRSV against women and girls.
Independent and impartial: To protect its independence, ASP ensures that all its funding is consistent with its mission and values. ASP preserves its impartiality and does not take sides in armed conflicts.