The Good Men Project gives men a chance to speak up, to promote respectful relationships, to challenge unhelpful gender stereotypes and to encourage change in society by being positive role models to other men and boys.
Thoughts on respect were voiced by 20 men ranging from 14 year old to 75 as part of The Good Men Project collated by Hills Community Aid.
Over the past 5 years over 80 men have discussed what it takes to be a good man with their photos and responses captured in a public insulation every year at Castle Towers Shopping Centre.
The Story boards were outside David Jones for two weeks and will be up until close of business on Sunday, 23rd October.
Matt Caroll, one of the men featured said: “I don’t think it matters how old you are in this society we all need a good role model.
“I had my father and father-in-law who showed how important Integrity, hard work and respect were. Our challenge is to prove we are good men and … and to continue to show respect.”
See the whole gallery at hca.org.au