Safe Enough Space.

Welcoming Space intended to be free of bias, destructive criticism, or potentially threatening actions or ideas or conversations and enable learners to participate without the threat of harassment or intimidation .Explore differences and work toward positive outcomes with vulnerability and courage.

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But why such spaces?

Communities need “safe enough” spaces is not saying that learners need protection from argument or the discovery that they should change their minds. It is saying that learners should be able to participate in argument and inquiry without the threat of harassment or intimidation. That basic sense is feeling “safe enough” to explore differences without fear and work toward positive outcomes with courage.

How do we practise ?

Every community member understand the meaning of safe-enough spaces and agrees to abide by these Community Guidelines:
-Respect every community member and their Experiences | Inclusiveness - Learn through Peer learning and risk-taking within Learning Circles
-Reflect and Analyze Complex Thinking
-Show support for fellow Community Members while Encouraging deeper levels of analysis
-Stand by fellow community members during times of Transition and Growth

What are these Spaces?

Digital

Discord for our instant communications
and Zoom for Live Sessions

Offline

Openhouses & Public Spaces

Got any questions/thoughts about Safe Enough Spaces?

Don't hesitate to reach out.