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Best Practices

The Journey for Scholars

Unlike merit-based scholarship programs, a scholar’s journey at Freely in Hope can last between 4-9 years! Scholars engage in a holistic approach to lead toward healing, transformation, and leadership.

What your allyship means for survivors

Through your support, I have been able to heal from my trauma and support other survivors of sexual violence. It is through you that I am able to pursue my degree in psychology and gain respect in the workplace. I am a product of your support. I went from someone who was unable to smile or even say her name to someone who cannot stop talking!

How I Found Healing Through Art

I find my healing through art and storytelling. I am narrating my own story in a way that brings healing to others by encouraging them to be open and embrace storytelling too.

Leadership Lessons in Times of Uncertainty

How we lead in crisis can strengthen team dynamics. Hear from our staff members in Kenya and Zambia as they share authentic and insightful reflections on the things they’ve learned about leadership during the pandemic.

Survivors on Healing from Depression and PTSD

The need for self-care and rejuvenation makes us human and should be embraced as a tool for better advocacy. Here are 5 points to help you practice intentionality in caring for yourself.

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Caring for Yourself as You Care for Others

The need for self-care and rejuvenation makes us human and should be embraced as a tool for better advocacy. Here are 5 points to help you practice intentionality in caring for yourself.

Words for Advocates

Advocating with survivors in our life is a journey that is incredibly nuanced with beautiful lessons along the way. If you want to learn how to support survivors better, here are 4 tips for advocates, from a survivor.

Words for Survivors

If you have experienced any form of sexual violence, here are 5 important messages by survivors for survivors.

How Language Perpetuates Sexual Violence

The use of violent language against women and girls is rooted in toxic power dynamics, and if we are to deal with it we must uproot it from it’s core. I believe that the starting point would be to call it what it is: sexual violence.

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