SEPTEMBER 26, 2020 AT 7 PM PST
FOSTERING EMOTIONAL SAFETY
APRIL 27, 2023
According to a study conducted by Gallup, safety is one of the critical needs of community members. As leaders, the systems, cultures, and values that we create can either damage or promote a sense of safety. In this workshop with HHREC, learn the primary components of emotional safety and practical ways to transform your systems.
HONORING MOTHERS CONCERT
MAY 11, 2023 from 4-6 PM
Join artists Jean Nangwala and Julien Saquing in-store at Kendra Scott in Walnut Creek for a special concert honoring mothers. 20% of your purchase will support mothers and survivors of sexual violence across Kenya and Zambia.
Storytelling for Survivors
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Advocates Connect Conference
December 10, 2021
Freely in Hope’s first-ever Advocates Connect Conference was held on December 10, 2021, bringing together 76 professionals, practitioners and activists with a commitment to anti-sexual violence work. These advocates, working with 61 organizations joined the conference from 5 countries and 21 cities with one goal of learning and sharing best practices to end child sexual abuse.
Liberation is here book club
october 24, 2020
Join the Book Club for Liberation is Here! We’ll be joined by Freely in Hope staff and alumni to discuss the themes of the book, ways to incorporate learnings, and a discussion guide to utilize to start your own Book Club! We’ll also engage in meaningful conversations with new friends with Q&A time with staff and alumni from Kenya and Zambia.
Liberation is here launch party
september 26, 2020
Liberation Is Here is the story of Nikole Lim’s journey as an idealistic freelance filmmaker. Her career allowed her to step in and out of the lives of people who had experienced oppression around the world.
April 15, 2020
When our friends, family, and community members tell us that they are survivors of sexual violence, how can we respond? On this live webinar, you’ll meet Jean, Freely in Hope alumni from Zambia. We’ll be learning about what survivor allyship looks like—without victim-blaming, throwing pity parties, or turning a blind eye, how can systems support the voices and dreams of survivors in our world?
april 1, 2020
APRIL 22, 2020
On this live webinar, you’ll meet our counselors Lubi (Zambia) and Joan (Kenya)! We’ll be learning about best practices in mental health care for survivors, tools to sustain our leadership in crisis, and what we might learn from the sheer resilience of survivors.