Professor Amos Guiora, who is working on legislation around the world to criminalize bystanders and enablers, was featured on the Parallel Justice podcast from the National Center for Victims of Crime.
The podcast episode, titled “Hidden Consequences: Liability for enablers and bystanders in institutional abuse cases,” is summarized below:
“Jerry Sandusky. Larry Nasser. Richard Strauss. These names are synonymous with abuse. Less attention is paid to the institutions that protect these predators, and even less to the individuals who knew of abuse every day and choose to not report. Join law professor Amos Guiora as he explains the harms perpetrated by those who enable abusers. More information on Professor Guiora is available at: https://faculty.utah.edu/u0586620-AMOS_GUIORA/hm/index.hml. His book is available at: https://armiesofenablers.com/.”
Coming from the National Center for Victims of Crime, Parallel Justice is a trauma-informed and survivor-centered podcast that investigates civil justice sought for criminal acts. Parallel Justice is an honest, empowering investigation into how the justice system actually works, where it fails, and how survivors can seek accountability.
The podcast is hosted by Renée Williams, the executive director of the National Center for Victims of Crime
The National Center for Victims of Crime advocates for victims’ rights, trains professionals who work with victims and survivors of crime and serves as a trusted source of information on victims’ issues.