Tag Archive: media

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

The monster all parents need to know about – Kids Stop Press

CSA Awareness Month has contributed a piece on child sexual abuse and CSAAM to the popular parenting website Kids Stop Press. Click here to read our say on why and how CSAAM began and… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Lakshmi’ – Vasudha

Vasudha tells us about her experience watching Nagesh Kukunoor’s movie on child trafficking and prostitution, Lakshmi. To read the rest of her heartfelt review, click here.

CSA in Bollywood – Supriya Maulick Mahajan

Bollywood & Child Sexual Abuse We see the glamorous Switzerland locations, the chiffon saris, the OTT Punjabi MIL, the saccharine sweet Alok Nath and of course all the item numbers. We enjoy them… Continue reading

On being a good listener to CSA survivors – The Alternative

CSA Awareness Month team member Sunayana Roy spoke to The Alternative about listening to stories of abuse. Click here to read more.

A family in the dark: the vicious effects of domestic violence – Women’s Web

When a child is brought up in an environment of abuse, what impact does it have on a young mind? The effects of domestic violence can be vicious and long-running. Click here to read… Continue reading

How the Media Portrays CSA: a look at the Woody Allen case – Ruth Dsouza Prabhu

It is the way of the media – sexual abuse cases do, by and large, get reported– but there are some that are dissected more publicly than others. Celebrity-related cases tend to come… Continue reading

India’s code of silence over sexual abuse – Rupa Jha

I was barely seven years old, living in a typically large middle-class family with five siblings and numerous other relatives sharing a two-bedroom flat with a terrace. My mother, a housewife, was always… Continue reading

What are we doing to our kids? Via Tehelka

To begin with, hear the story of one child. On 17 December 2012 — just one day after the gangrape of a young paramedic in New Delhi shook the world — a three-and-a-half-year… Continue reading

India’s Rape Epidemic: No End in Sight Via ‘The Daily Beast’

No, I don’t think there is an end to these godawful rapes anywhere in sight. (Monday April 22 headlines: “Three more minors raped in Delhi, protests snowball” and “Brutality in MP village, 4-yr-old… Continue reading