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Supporting critical thinking, learning and victim-defined advocacy...

BCS Thinking and Learning Exercises

Note to facilitators: Facilitators who understand and can apply the BCS approach will need little additional preparation to effectively use these exercises. Key elements of the BCS approach are: victim-defined advocacy, including advocacy beyond leaving; collaboration; and advocate-defined resources and supervision.