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childabuse

  1. 1. Child Abuse
  2. 2. Introduction What is Child Abuse? Type of Child Abuse Indicators of Child Abuse Instruments and Standards for protection of Child Right Recent Case of Child Abuse Recommendations
  3. 3. A Pictureis worth a thousand words
  4. 4. Some Sweet Ones
  5. 5. Some Bitter Ones
  6. 6. Type of Child AbusePhysicalAbuseSexual AbuseEmotional AbuseNeglect
  7. 7. Child Abuse Risk Factors  Prematurity  Chronic illness  Mental retardation  Difficult temperament
  8. 8. Child Abuse Characteristics of abusers:  Young parents  Abuse of the caretaker as a child  Lack of family support  Low socioeconomic status
  9. 9. Indicators of Child Abuse Physical Abuse Slapping/ kicking Beating with stave/stick Pushing
  10. 10. Methods of Physical abuse among Children 4. 4% 8. 8% 1. 1%7. 7% Slapped 44. 44% Beat with stick Kicked36. 36% Hurt with sharp edged wepon Pushed others
  11. 11. Indicators of Child Abuse Sexual Abuse Sexual assault Forcible kissing Making the child exhibit private body parts Exhibiting private body parts to a child Photographing a child in the nude
  12. 12. Percentage of Sexual Assualt among different Evidence Groups 17% 28% Children in family environment 16% Children in School Children at work 39% Children in institutional care
  13. 13. Indicators of Child Abuse Emotional Abuse Humiliation is the lowering of the self esteem of the child by harsh treatment, ignoring, shouting or speaking rudely, name calling and use of abusive language Comparison is between siblings and with other children
  14. 14. Indicators of Child Abuse Girl Child Neglect Lack of attention to girls as compared to brothers Less share of food in the family Sibling care by the girl child Gender discrimination
  15. 15. INCIDENCE OF CRIMES COMMITTED AGAINST CHILDRENSR. No. Crime Head Years % Variation in 2002 2003 2004 2004 2005 Over 20041 Rape 2532 2949 3542 4026 13.72 Kidnapping & 2322 2571 3196 3518 10.1 Abduction3 Procurement 124 171 205 145 29.3 of Minor Girls4 Selling of Girls 5 36 19 50 163.2 for Prostitution5 Buying of Girls 9 24 21 28 33.3 for Prostitution6 Abetment of 24 25 33 43 30.3 Suicide7 Exposure and 644 722 715 933 30.5 Abandonment8 Infanticide 115 103 102 108 5.99 Foeticide 84 57 86 86 010 Child Marriage 113 63 93 122 31.2 Restraint Act
  16. 16. Case Study 2-year-old Falak and 14-year-old teenage girl Teenager who is a victim of abuse Father Vijender abusing her and pushing her into prostitution Constant physical abuse by her alcoholic father 14-year-old ran away from but caught in another vicious cycle of torture teenager was forced by Sandeep and Arti, into prostitution Months later, she met Rajkumar and the two started staying together in the slums of Mahipalpur. Rajkumar brought baby Falak home Initially Teenager girl looked after the child the 14-year-old took her frustration out on Falak Its a case of how one lost childhood almost led to ending another
  17. 17. Instruments and Standard for Protection of child right CONSTITUTION OF INDIA Article 21A Article 24 National policies National Policy for Children, 1974 National Policy on Education, 1986 National Policy on Child Labour, 1987 National Nutrition Policy, 1993
  18. 18. SCHEMES AND PROGRAMMES ON CHILD PROTECTION Shishu Greha Scheme Rajiv Gandhi National Creche Scheme for the Children of Working Mothers CHILDLINE Service
  19. 19. RECOMMENDATIONS
  20. 20. Thank You

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