Launched in November 2006, the One Man Can Campaign supports men and boys to take action to end domestic and sexual violence and to promote healthy, equitable relationships that men and women can enjoy – passionately, respectfully and fully.

The Campaign

The campaign promotes the idea that each one of us has a role to play, that each one of us can create a better, more equitable and more just world. At the same time, the campaign encourages men to work together with other men and with women to take action – to build a movement, to demand justice, to claim our rights and to change the world.

The Toolkit

The toolkit is a set of resources that support men and boys to take action to end domestic and sexual violence and to promote healthy, equitable relationships that men and women can enjoy – passionately, respectfully and fully.

You can download the components of the toolkit here:

Youth Changing the River’s Flow: A Facilitator’s Gui…
Curriculum, Training & Tools
Working with Men and Boys
Curriculum, Training & Tools
The Bushbuckridge One Man Can Community Mobilisation Program…
Curriculum, Training & Tools
An Action Oriented Training Manual
Curriculum, Training & Tools
One Man Can Posters
Curriculum, Training & Tools
One Man Can Toolkit (Xhosa)
Curriculum, Training & Tools
One Man Can Toolkit (Zulu)
Curriculum, Training & Tools
One Man Can Toolkit (French)
Curriculum, Training & Tools
One Man Can Toolkit (Arabic)
Curriculum, Training & Tools
One Man Can Toolkit (Afrikaans)
Curriculum, Training & Tools
One Man Can Toolkit (English)
Curriculum, Training & Tools
One Man Can: Working with Men and Boys to Reduce the Spread …
Curriculum, Training & Tools
Workshop Activities: Talking to men about gender, domestic a…
Curriculum, Training & Tools

Case Studies

We have developed a number of case studies exploring how One Man Can works, including:

“I Have Two Healthy Hands”
Case Studies
One Man Can Challenge Xenophbobia
Case Studies
Enlisting Men for Women’s Equality
Case Studies