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 Multi-Resource Centre Set up by Save the Children at Chennai

Multi-Resource Centre Set up by Save the Children at Chennai

Save the Children sets up Multi-Resource Centre for faster JJ inquiry process

 

1 September, Chennai: Department of Social Defense, Government of Tamil Nadu in collaboration with Save the Children, a leading child rights organisation, established one of its kind, technology enabled Multipurpose Resource Center (MRC) at the department office, for children in need of care and protection and children in conflict with law, supported by Nokia. This resource center has been set up to smoothen the inquiry process as per juvenile justice system.

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Television Coverage of Save the Children's Response to Kerala Floods

Television Coverage of Save the Children's Response to Kerala Floods

In this crisis situation of an unprecedented calamity in Kerala, Save the Children was one of the first few NGOs to reach the most severely affected areas. Various channels covered Save the Children's response to the Kerala floods. Here are links to the television coverage:

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A Whopping 90 Percent Fear Sexual Abuse in Public Spaces as Per a Survey Conducted in Bangalore

A Whopping 90 Percent Fear Sexual Abuse in Public Spaces as Per a Survey Conducted in Bangalore

Bengaluru is NOT SAFE for its girls – A whopping 90 per cent fear sexual abuse in public spaces, says survey
Urges youth to be ‘Changemakers’ to restore city’s repute

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Media Coverage of the #KidsNotForSale Campaign for Fighting Child Trafficking

Media Coverage of the #KidsNotForSale Campaign for Fighting Child Trafficking

This World Day Against Trafficking (July 30 2018), Save the Children and e-Commerce major Snapdeal launched a campaign to fight rampant child trafficking in India. The campaign, #KidsNotForSale drew enthusiastic support from all corners, particularly on the social media. 

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Save the Children in a Panel Discussion on Lynchings due to Child Abduction Rumours

Alka Singh, Head of Policy & Advocacy, Save the Children, participated in a panel discussion on NDTV 24x7 discuss the recent spate of lynchings in India on child abduction rumours. She said that the lynch mobs are sensationalising the issue and there is a lack of real effort to address the root cause of the problem of child trafficking in India. Watch the full video here.

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