Suggested Books

By Pinki Virani
By Lynn Daugherty
By Kathryn Brohl, Joyce Case Potter

A book that challenges our notions of family honour and morality Sometime, somewhere, the conspiracy of silence around Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) in Indian homes had to be shattered. This path-breaking book"the first of its kind in the country and subcontinent"attempts to give that sexually abused child a powerful voice. It provides damning disclosures about men, and some women, in middle and upper-class families who sexually abuse their children, then silence them into submission. 



Adults and adolescents who were sexually abused as children find help and healing in this classic bestseller from a respected Clinical Psychologist. Now in its fourth edition, this warm and personal, beginning guide answers questions about child sexual abuse and abusers, shares stories from other victims, and provides step-by-step guidance to those seeking recovery from childhood trauma.



This is the thoroughly revised and updated edition of the best-selling guide for families of children who have been molested. First published in 1988, this new edition includes current research and information on the nature and effects of molestation on boys and girls, as well as proven techniques for therapy, healing, and recovery. Using everyday language, the authors provide information, comfort, and advice on how to put the pieces back together again after a child has been sexually molested.

Suggested Articles

Articles on Child Sexual Abuse

Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

If you're an adult who experienced sexual abuse as a child, know that you are not alone. Every eight minutes, a child is sexually assaulted in the U.S. 1, and 93 percent know the perpetrator 2. Many perpetrators of sexual abuse are in a position of trust or responsible for the child's care, such as a family member, teacher, clergy member, or coach.

Children with Sexual Behavior Problems: What is normal and what is not?

What is normal and what is not? Most people can recall a time where, as a child, you were curious about sexual development. It's not uncommon for young children to engage in "doctor" play or ask questions about genital differences of the opposite sex.


Child Sexual Abuse - Child Sexual Abuse and Law

CSA - Child Sexual Abuse and Law

How Can I Protect My Child From Sexual Assault?

Sexual abuse can happen to children of any race, socioeconomic group, religion or culture. There is no foolproof way to protect children from sexual abuse, but there are steps you can take to reduce this risk. If something happens to your child, remember that the perpetrator is to blame-not you and especially not the child.

Articles on Sexual Harassment 


How Gender Bias Corrupts Performance Reviews, and What to Do About It

The annual performance review already has many strikes against it. Harried managers end up recalling high and low points on the fly; employees often get unclear direction. Here's another flaw: Women are shortchanged by these reviews.


Suggested Videos 

NCPCR's awareness campaign against Child Sexual Abuse/assault

NCPCR's awareness campaign against Child Sexual Abuse/assault

Our interactions with press

In conversation with National Dastak on understanding Child Sexual Abuse and speaking with children about Safety.

Friday Gurgaon: A Wake Up Call

A session on ‘Prevention of Childhood Sexual Abuse (CSA)’ was recently organised jointly by Chalk Tree Preschool and School of Life. Nitin Gupta, Director, Chalk Tree Preschool, said, “We have always firmly believed that to fight against such an evil in society, it is imperative that we join hands and form strong collaborations between educators, parents, NGOs, Government bodies and the media. Talks and programs such as these are tiny steps that we can take towards ensuring greater safety for our children and awareness amongst the parents.”

School of life: Child Abuse Lasts a Lifetime - Print ad by Ogilvy Gurgaon - Campaigns of The World

School of Life: Child Abuse - Drivers Fingers, Neighbours Hands, Uncles Fist School of Life, is a NGO that aims to create a world free of abuse and violence against children. Their main challenge is lack of awareness. Child abuse is a still a taboo topic in India and parents tend to dismiss it - ...