The biggest myth

The biggest myth is that dangers lurking in the darkness, waiting to pounce on us, are from strangers. But in most cases, the perpetrator is someone the victim already knows and is often trusted. Abuse is more than bruises and broken bones. While physical abuse might be the most visible, having victimized by family members…

Preyed on vulnerability…

The word trafficking gives us images in our head of kids and adults being locked up in vans and rooms, crying for help and release. But did you know that around 70% of them voluntarily walk into the traps of traffickers, lured by promises of freedom, good jobs, decent married life etc. A small prelude…

Should ‘god-men’ be trusted..?

Sanhita ,a 16 year old girl from Kakdweep village had to face an ordeal at a very young age.She was one of the many victims of the horrific deeds of ‘god-men’ otherwise known as Maharajs. Her entire family was victimized and driven into a shock from which it might take them forever to recover. A…