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In India, child rights, protection of children from abuse and exploitation are intimately linked to poor socioeconomic conditions. The question arise here that whose responsibility is it to ensure the safe, protective and caring environment that every child deserve? Individuals especially the family can play a vital role in ensuring and protecting the rights of the children and preventing them from any kind of abuse hence there is a great need to make the parents of the children and children themselves aware about the child rights and different kind of child abuse.
In light of the above G3S Foundation in association with other organisations organised a day training program on “Protection of Children from Abuse: Role of Parents & Other Stakeholders” at Bhagwanpura, Samaypur, Delhi on dated April 4, 2021. The training program was attended by around 80 people including children, adolescent girls and their parents as well. The training was aimed at creating awareness and educating parents of the children and children themselves about various child rights and child abuse and the role of parents and other concerned authorities. The training was facilitated by the students of University of Delhi, Chandigarh University, Indira Gandhi National Open University and Staff of Prayas JAC Society.
The training was divided up into sequential sessions to enable an easy flow of topics. Topics like Safe touch Unsafe touch, child abuse, child rights, role of parents, role of Childline India Foundation , CWC and Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights were broadly discussed discussed.
The facilitators adopted a participatory approach that ensures that all participants were actively involved in delivering the sessions. Visual aids were used and live experiences were given as example during the program and this made it easy for the participants relate what they were learning to what is happing in their community.
Feedbacks were also taken at the last of the session, parents
(Note: All the precautions and norms were followed during the session. Participants were provided with fresh masks and temperature was checked before the entry.)