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Support and bear witness to experiences of persons in IHLs who are involved in sexual harm and dating violence to promote healing.

About Listening Circles

A listening circle is a facilitated process that allows participants to speak bravely about their experiences of violence and to be present to witness each other's story with care, compassion, and a sense of community.   Safety, remaining connected and being compassionate to self and others are crucial elements of a listening circle for supporting someone who needs a non-threatening environment to work through one's experience.*


Write to us if you would like to know more about listening circles.  


*Adapted from Processing Trauma Using The Relational Care Ladder by Frida Rundell (2021)

*Content warning*

This video includes images and content around the topic of sexual violence. We acknowledge that it may be difficult and we encourage viewers to care for your own safety and well-being when deciding to watch this video.

If you are experiencing any distress and need immediate support to speak with someone,

you can consider these helplines:

AWARE’s Helpline support: 6779 0282 (Mon to Fri, 10am – 6pm)

National Anti-Violence and Sexual Harassment Helpline (24 hours, available in English, Mandarin, Malay, Tamil): 1800-777-0000. 

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