Seven years ago, All Survivors Project (ASP) formed as a research project in UCLA School of Law. Since then, we have grown into a small but strong charity, registered in both Liechtenstein in 2018 and the UK in 2020.
From the outset, our mission has been clear: to support global efforts to address conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) and to strengthen responses through research and action on CRSV against men and boys.
Every victim/survivor has the right to heal and thrive, and we are proud to support men and boy victims/survivors of this egregious crime to gain access to justice and appropriate healthcare.
We celebrate together with victims/survivors and partners all over the world, without whom there is no doubt our work would not have been possible. And we’ve created the below page which allows you to explore this journey with us.
It’s been a pleasure looking back over the last seven years. We owe these small strides to victims/survivors who share their stories, hopes and wishes with us, and to our partners who teach us and inspire us through the way.
Thank you to everyone who has supported and accompanied us. You have been vital in shaping us as an organisation into a global force for positive change.
Charu Lata Hogg