What is Child Safety Week?

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Initiated by Arpan in 2019, Child Safety Week is a collaborative movement to raise awareness and encourage collective action towards addressing the issue of Child Sexual Abuse.  An entire week, in the month of November, is dedicated towards highlighting the importance of this issue through conversations and events for child safety. 

1 in 2 children in India are affected by Child Sexual Abuse. Acquiring appropriate knowledge can play a great role in addressing this issue. It is important to create a dialogue on this issue, take action, and change the narrative around child safety by looking at it through a lens of hope and not fear.

Key dates around children and child rights fall in this week:

  • 14th November: Children’s Day, India
  • 19th November: World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse 
  • 20th November: International Children’s Day

Child Safety Week’s objective is to break the taboo around conversations on Child Sexual Abuse and make such conversations mainstream. We also aim to empower stakeholders to be vigilant and provide a safe environment for children through conversations on social media, webinars and various other activities.

Child Safety Week 2021


Keeping children safe is the responsibility of adults. However, one of the most difficult topics to talk to children about is SEXUAL ABUSE. Most adults feel ill-equipped to discuss such a sensitive, deemed-to-be complex and tabooed topic with young children.

The good news is that some organisations have spent decades working on the issue of Child Sexual Abuse to create groundbreaking, age-appropriate resources to assist parents, teachers and adults in their endeavour to teach children Personal Safety.

If you haven’t spoken to your child about Personal Safety yet, then #NowIsTheTime to do it. Access age-appropriate RESOURCES now!


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Key Action Points

Build Awareness
Build Awareness

Conduct offline and online activities and do social media promotions to amplify the key messages around the campaign #NowIsTheTime.

Train Children

Access age-appropriate content curated on our Resources page and train children on Personal Safety.

Get Help
Get Help

Access helpline numbers and get counselling & therapeutic assistance for victims/survivors of CSA to heal from the trauma.

Contact us

Feel free to reach out to us if you need any help.


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