6 Key Learnings for Supporting Survivors of Historic Misconduct

Learning Courage CEO Jamie Forbes joins Executive Director Amy Wheeler to discuss 6 Key Learnings for schools handling incidents of historic misconduct based on research and work with survivors. One perhaps surprising finding is that caring for survivors is not best only for the individuals who have been harmed, but it is also in the best interest of the institutions where the harm took place. Jamie and Amy draw on their personal experiences as survivors bringing to light the importance of compassion, commitment, and support in addition to the role and responsibility of the institution when dealing with incidents of abuse. While this episode is focused on historic misconduct, these key learnings also apply to how we can support survivors outside the school setting. For more information on the items discussed in this episode or to learn more about Learning Courage please check out the links below:


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