Tag Archive: ExpertsSpeak

CSA Awareness Event by Yowoto in Mumbai

On Saturday, 19th of April, some of the sharpest minds on the subject came together in Mumbai, to discuss child sexual abuse and answer questions from parents. Swati Popat Vats, president of Podar… Continue reading

Twitter Chat with Dr Sonali Gupta on 29th April

Join us on Twitter today, Tuesday 12-1 pm IST, as we chat with Dr Sonali Gupta / @guptasonali . Sonali Gupta is a trained clinical psychologist with 10 years of practice. She has been working with TISS… Continue reading

‘A New Normal’ – eBook by Yowoto

We are proud to present A New Normal, a free downloadable ebook brought out by Yowoto (in  partnership with Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Month, among others). This book offers you a quick overview on… Continue reading

Twitter chat with Rashi Vidyasagar on 25th April

Join us on Twitter today, Friday 12-1 pm IST, as we chat with Rashi Vidyasagar / @mizarcle . Rashi has a masters degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice Administration and has worked in CEHAT for the past one year.… Continue reading

Parents, Know the Way Forward in a CSA Case – Ruth Dsouza Prabhu

The world seemed to stand still for a few moments when four-year-old Anahita* told her mother, Sunidhi, that Siddu uncle had been “playing naked games with her and that it hurt.” All Sunidhi… Continue reading

Sexual abuse interrupts the developmental phase of a child Via Tehelka

What are the nuances of sexual abuse that determine its long term effects? The effect of sexual abuse on children depends on the age at which the child was abused, who the abuser… Continue reading

The Case for Teaching Kids ‘Vagina,’ ‘Penis,’ and ‘Vulva’ – CATHERINE BUNI.

One bright morning in late March, Kate Rohedenburg, a sexual violence prevention educator, sat cross-legged on the floor of a first-grade classroom. In her arms, she cradled two plastic baby dolls, one brown,… Continue reading

The child abuser’s profile: Who would do such a thing?

A perpetrators preference As much as I would like to be able to say: “All abusers look like ugly trolls with buck teeth and a terrible smell”, the truth is, they are ordinary men… Continue reading

Unlearning safe touch with children – By The Alternative

Catching them young, Mumbai based NGO Arpan runs personal safety education classes in schools to identify and prevent child sexual abuse. Deepa Ranganathan observes how these sessions teach important lessons to kids on… Continue reading

Bedtime stories – Brave Chiu by Arpan

Arpan shares with you this story and encourages parents/adults to use it as a tool to make children aware about Child Sexual Abuse and discuss Personal Safety Rules with Children in order to… Continue reading