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In 1998, the Buddhist Peace Fellowship published Safe Harbor: Guidelines, Process, and Resources for Ethics and Right Conduct in Buddhist Communities.
Edited and introduced by Alan Senauke with Teresa Lesko, this 58-pages long booklet first presents some “parables” by Zen teacher Jan Chozen Bays: ‘As I Walked Home… Missteps on the Spiritual Path.’
Also included is the essay ‘Preventing Sexual Abuse of Power,’ an awareness raising discussion of some salient features of abusive environments by Zen teacher Keido Les Kaye.
Safe Harbor closes with some examples of ethical codes and guidelines promulgated by Buddhist communities in the United States of America since the early 1990s, excerpts from a training manual, some additional resources, and a (very) brief bibliography.Senauke - Safe Harbor-Guidelines, Process, and Resources for Ethics and Right Conduct in Buddhist Communities (1998)