In Christianity, priests are envisaged as alter Christus, another Christ, and thus any sexual violation caused by them is a breach of the sacred trust that a person entails in the religious institutions. Widespread and growing sexual abuse at the … Continue reading Clergy Sexual Abuse: Are First Rules of Reporting a Notable Action?
“The day, a woman can walk freely on the roads at night, that day we can say that India has achieved Independence.” The issue of women safety has left the nation concerned since long, posing a blot on the nation. … Continue reading How Safe Are Women in India?
In a survey that was conducted by the Women and Child Development (WCD) in the year 2007 had shocking revelations for India. The survey showed that 53.22 % children reported having faced some form of sexual abuse in which 52.94% … Continue reading Role of Teachers in POCSO Act, 2012
Child labour is an international concern which not only spoils the future of those kids but brings them to the door of adversity and despair. A child at his tender age should be endowed with love, care and a fortuity … Continue reading Child Labour: A Turpitude in Child’s Life
In the era of globalization, modernization, and rationalization, one thing which is most applauded about is women empowerment. International leaders, celebrities, politicians, youth, and even the laymen talk about the blurring gap between men and women and uplifting women, not … Continue reading Pride and Dignity: Women at workplace
In the matter of “Rajesh Sharma and Ors Vs. the State of Uttar Pradesh”, the Supreme Court on 27th July, said that there will not be a “normal arrest” of the accused without probing the veracity of the complaint. Previously, … Continue reading Section 498A IPC – The Illusion of Misuse