Ask a Question Friday: How can I learn more about the Survivors’ Movement

Posted by Joelle Casteix on January 30, 2015, The Worthy Adversary

The best place to learn about the Survivors’ Movement and legislative change, hear the latest news, meet leaders and newsmakers, and get the best information on abuse prevention and victim healing is to attend the SNAP (the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) National Conference.

I am not a huge fan of conferences, but the SNAP conference—scheduled for July 31-August in Alexandria, VA—hosts the best and brightest speakers who are totally . . .

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  • Timothy Lennon
    commented 2015-01-30 15:44:26 -0600
    You meet hundreds of survivors of clergy sex abuse from around the world. You discover you are not alone.
    You meet dozens of local SNAP volunteer leaders who work daily to support survivors and protect children. You can work with you local SNAP leader to help in your community.
    You meet the inspiring leadership of SNAP who give their all to make the world safer. They have taken on the largest institution in the world, the Church, and have taken the issue of clergy sex abuse to world awareness.
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