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Mar 8, 2021

Sarah Symons started Her Future Coalition in 2005 with her husband John Berger. Since 2005 Her Future Coalition has been creating powerful and positive change in the lives of survivors of gender violence and girls at the highest risk.

They break the cycle of poverty and exploitation by providing education – and a full range of services that support education – to survivors and the most vulnerable girls in India and Nepal.

Previous to that, she was a composer of music for TV and film, and before that, a counselor and art teacher at Creative Arts Workshops in New York City.

Sarah is passionate about empowering survivors to be changemakers in their families and communities. She is the author of This Is No Ordinary Joy and co-author of the new book, Standing In The Way.

What We Discuss With Sarah Symons

  • How she got started in helping survivors of human trafficking and gender violence
  • How she chose what support services to provide survivors
  • The root cause behind young girls being trafficked
  • The difference between survivors who recover and move on and those who don’t
  • Post Traumatic Growth and what we can learn from survivors
  • How COVID has affected women’s issues globally
  • The danger of staying silent

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