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Yes, 8-year-old Zainab was from Pakistan. Here's why every Indian should take it personally 

Being a citizen of a progressive country, we should express solidarity and help to unify against such atrocities irrespective of political boundaries

Published on 14th January 2018
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Writing about what matters: Author Paro Anand's books for children also tell the true stories of violence, terrorism and environmental issues

Her children's books have won her international recognition, but did you know that Paro Anand never liked to read books as a child? The author talks about her work, her childhood and her books 

Published on 10th October 2018
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Why CII's Young Indians wants you to make 52 short films on how to prevent child abuse

Their initiative Leher aims to bring together counselors, storytellers, filmmakers, copywriters, parents, students and people working in the creative field, to produce 52 videos

Published on 10th September 2018
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Treatment used for child abuse could also help with Schizophrenia patients: Study

This research by the University of Melbourne not only helps to refine treatments for patients with psychotic disorders, it may also help to empower young patients, said, researchers 

Published on 13th March 2018
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This safe-fan created by a Bengaluru start-up will stop students in hostels from trying to hang themselves   

The fans have been ordered to be fitted at all hostels in Kota, Rajasthan and may soon be ordered by some of the IITs, as well as other colleges across the country, in light of high suicide rates

Published on 1st April 2017
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This is NGO Sakshi’s plan to curb the rising child sexual abuse complaints caused by the lockdown

This New Delhi-based NGO had started the #StopChildSexualAbuse initiative offline as a part of The Rakshin Project. Now, with the spurt in child abuse complaints, they are working even more harder 

Published on 27th April 2020
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This award-winning filmmaker from Kerala raises awareness about the importance of ambulance drivers with his documentary

Baburaj Asariya drew inspiration from directors who used innovative methods to produce their films

Published on 19th June 2019
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These marathon runners will travel 770 km to talk to schoolchildren about child abuse and trafficking 

While the fitness marathon is the new cool nowadays, this group of eight wants to tell the abuse victims that it's time to speak up and take charge of their lives. And all that in just 16 days.  

Published on 11th March 2018
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These IIT Delhi students are shattering Period taboos through fun games

The students are using games like jigsaw puzzles, memory games, and roulette to address menstrual taboos and educating women about menstrual health

Published on 27th June 2018
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The rescuer of animals: How Zabi Khan is building a sanctuary for injured animals in Hyderabad

Zabi Khan has been working in the field of animal rescue for nine years now. He has been recognised and has won many awards for it as well 

Published on 10th June 2019
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The answer to violence: How abuse leaves an impact on young, impressionable minds

The Coach examines instances of domestic abuse, violence and the various impacts it can have on young, impressionable children. It is a two-part series, read on to find out what he has to say 

Published on 29th August 2020
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The answer is ‘APP’arent: How Indian alternatives to Chinese apps can be better

The Coach addresses young TikTok enthusiasts who are struggling to find an alternative following the banning of the app

Published on 18th July 2020
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Teenage girls in Kenya forced into sex work, child labour since schools closed due to pandemic

Mary Mugure, a former sex worker, launched Night Nurse to rescue girls who followed her path. She says since schools in Kenya closed in March, up to 1,000 schoolgirls have become sex workers

Published on 20th October 2020
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Starting on Teacher's Day, this Hyderabadi is skating 6,000 km across India, for the girl child

For Rana Uppalapati, skating is second nature. But what he is really passionate about is giving back to the society. Find out about the next 6,000 km-long journey he will undertake on Teacher's Day

Published on 3rd September 2018
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Special handbook made to inculcate soft skills in cops while dealing with child abuse victims

The book will also give procedures that are to be followed by the police special juvenile police unit

Published on 23rd June 2018

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