Category Archive: CSAAM 2012

Protecting Children from Abuse – Message from Tulir

It is overwhelming, disturbing, unimaginable.. possibly. So here is a posting which you can use a starting point to ensure your child and other children you know can be protected.

CSAAM 2012 Tweets | April 25

The topic for today’s tweets is “Why is counseling important in cases of CSA and how it can help” #CSAAM Children who have been sexually abused often continue to suffer even after the… Continue reading

CSA and the forbidden S word by Deepa Ranganathan

“There is a difference between pornography and education. And our massively porn-consuming society fails to get it.” Harish Iyer is a CSA survivor based in Mumbai. An equal rights activist, he is best… Continue reading

A video – Psychologist Speak – Obedience and Silence are not always virtues.

Psychologist Speak – Obedience and Silence are not always virtues.

CSAAM April 2012 – A better world for tomorrow by KG3

I have been wanting to participate in the Child Sexual Awareness Program, (CSA) ever since this started. Unfortunately, I have been only a silent spectator following the program, but never really having the… Continue reading

Message from Arpan – 23

Its not your fault If you were raped or sexually abused as a child, the first thing you should know is that it is not your fault, you did not cause it, and… Continue reading

They are children too! by Sandhya

Childhood. The concept of childhood as we understand is a pretty recent one. In the middle ages, in a world where the same occupations were practiced through generations, children were considered an asset.… Continue reading

CSAAM 2012 Tweets | April 21,22,23 & 24

Systematic Categorization of Crimes – Message from Tulir CSAAM 2012: The Forest of Dark by chocoholicbookworm Societal Conditioning – Message from Tulir No Penetration Please by Ipsita Banerjee Indian… Continue reading

Save Kids : Sensitize them about Good Touch & Bad Touch by Munish Sharma

One in two kids in India faces sexual abuse of some kind, as against the global average of one in five. You need to sensitize your child about the good touch and the… Continue reading

Never a Hero to Me Review by WordsnDreamz

Tracy Black is the pseudonym for the author who writes about her childhood of abuse. Tracy was just 5 years old when her mother got hospitalized and her father uses the opportunity to… Continue reading