Little Fingers, Tiny Toes #3 – Protecting Children from Sexual Abuse

Hello everyone! If you’ve stuck around long enough, you’d recall I’d written a tiny series on child labour and sexual abuse or, rather, on everything that is wrong in our society today when it comes to protecting our little ones and ensuring they grow up in a healthy environment. Well, recently I switched jobs from being a full-time corporate lawyer to a legal editor at a self-paced e-learning platform, Yes, yes, I get paid to read and write. I really am living the dream! More on that later, however, I have more important things to discuss today.

One of the courses I created at my new workplace was on Sexual Violence Against Children: Inform -> Prevent -> Protect. I’ve tried my best to craft it in a way that it can appeal to the sensibilities and intelligence of every member of the society. Right from parents, teachers, medical professionals to small kids.

Believe me, I have tried to do my bit by breaking the taboo surrounding this topic, spreading awareness on its prevalence and have tried to include tips, advise, guidelines on how to prevent such instances from happening around us, how to identify signs of sexual abuse in children we come into contact with since they, of course, are absolutely clueless, etc. I do believe there is a special place in hell for those who harm children. If you’re of the same opinion, would you mind going over and taking a look at the course? Inform your family and friends maybe? It’s a free course (although you do get a certificate on successful completion), designed to spread the word. Registration and enrolment on the website is also absolutely free. Try it and save a child, will you? I’m providing the details down below –

http://www.lawskills.in/CourseName/126/certification-on-sexual-violence-against-children

Thank you so much, guys! This really means a lot to me.

Disclaimer: I am not trying to sell a course here. As mentioned in the post, it’s absolutely free. Although I would give an arm and a leg to get your feedback on it!