Congregation Rigpa Lerab Ling
Safe & Caring Environment Commitment 

Congregation Rigpa Lerab Ling and its community, are committed to providing a safe and caring environment for all who come to enjoy Lerab Ling and its environment .

What does “providing a safe and caring environment” mean?
Providing a safe and caring environment means
that Lerab Ling has put measures in place to ensure the well-being and safety of all those who come to participate in activities and/or stay at Lerab Ling.  Thus, regardless of age, gender or disability, all people, adults and children alike, can come to us in complete confidence if they encounter any difficulty relating to their own well-being or that of others during their stay with us.

Lerab Ling has put policies and procedures in place, such as a Code of Conduct, Shared Values Guidelines, a Grievance Procedure, and other documents to be finalised, to ensure the protection of everyone. We are also members of "Thirtyone:eight", a spiritual values-based organization that provides a wealth of expert advice and training in matters of safeguarding.

If you have a concern at Lerab Ling, how do you deal with it?
You can find support from the Ethics Group whose members are specially trained to recognise and deal with any difficulties you may encounter during your stay.

The Lerab Ling Ethics Group members are: 

  • Averil Schram (group leader)
  • Ane Tsultrim (member monastic community)
  • Tenzin Jigme (member monastic community)
  • Sabrina Laplace
  • Benoit Matton
  • Olivier Laplace

You can contact the group at:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - a confidential address from where you will be contacted on receiving your email.

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