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1 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) #ENDviolence Week 2

2 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day September Monday I Morning Facebook A hurt child is everyone's business. Don't just stand and watch. Speak up, speak out!

3 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day September Monday I Evening Facebook "Corporal punishment is as humiliating for him who gives it as for him who receives it; it is ineffective besides. Neither shame nor physical pain have any other effect than a hardening one." - Ellen Key #ENDviolence against children! #ItStartsWithMe *Video (Vine-corporal punishment) be uploaded on Facebook separately

4 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day September Monday I Tweet 1.A hurt child is everyone's business. Don't just stand and watch. Speak up, speak out! #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 2.In a study done in Jharkhand, 88% students reported teachers scolding, to discipline them. #ENDviolence 3."Corporal punishment is as humiliating for him who gives it as for him who receives it.” – Ellen Key #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 4.Do not scare children into obedience. Your scaring them can scar them permanently. #ENDviolence 5.54% teachers admitted that punishment was intermittently required to discipline children, as per a study done in Jharkhand. #ENDviolence 6.Violence violates the innocence of the innocent. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe

5 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day September Tuesday I Morning Facebook ‘Corporal’ punishment implies the use of physical force as a means of discipline and is intended to cause some degree of pain or discomfort, however light. Source: Hidden in plain sight

6 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day September Tuesday I Evening Facebook Violence is preventable. Here's a booklet with useful information to help protect children. Read and share with everyone you think can help #ENDviolence against children. #ItStartsWithMe Download the complete handbook at

7 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day September Tuesday I Tweets 1.Corporal punishment implies the use of physical force, however light, to discipline a child. Source: Hidden in plain sight #ENDviolence 2.A slap on the cheek resounds loudly on the psyche. Treat children with care. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 3.All violence against children is preventable. Read this handbook to know the ABC of violence. #ENDviolence 4.Know more, share more. Download this handbook and share with all it could be relevant to. #ENDviolence 5.If you see your child experimenting with his/her sexuality, do not react with anger! Gently talk to them. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 6.Assure your child that sharing secrets with you will not land him into trouble & that you’re there for him/her. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe

8 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 10 – 1 October Wednesday I Morning Facebook is supporting ending violence against children. Get your badge of support to #ENDviolence against Children #ItStartsWithMe

9 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 10 – 1 October Wednesday I Evening Facebook Schools and teachers have an important role in protecting children from violence.

10 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 10 – 1 October Wednesday I Tweets 1. is supporting the campaign to #ENDviolence against children. Have you pledged your support yet? #ItStartsWithMe 2.Get your badge of support to take a stand against child violence. Do your bit to raise awareness. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 3.Schools and teachers have an important role in protecting children from violence. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 4.If your child comes back from the school scared, bruised or reserved, raise the issue with the teachers. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 5.Right of Children to Free & Compulsory Education Act, 2009 bans teachers from using force to discipline students. #ENDviolence 6.A teacher who uses physical violence ends up teaching violence. Children learn from the actions of adults. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe

11 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 11 – 2 October Thursday I Morning Facebook A child may be afraid but an adult mustn't be. Report all violence against children! #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe

12 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 11 – 2 October Thursday I Evening Facebook Violence is preventable. Here's a booklet with useful information to help protect children. Read and share with everyone you think can help #ENDviolence against children. #ItStartsWithMe Download the complete handbook at

13 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 11 – 2 October Thursday I Tweets 1.A child may be afraid but an adult mustn't be. Report all violence against children! #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 2.Download a useful handbook to know the ABC of violence. Be aware and spread awareness. #ItStartsWithMe #ENDviolence 3.An adult blinded by momentary rage can leave the child blinded for a lifetime. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 4.In a study conducted in Jharkhand, 57% of students reported to have received physical punishment at school. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 5.Does the child display fear of teacher, school or a friend at school? Encourage your child to confide in you. #ENDviolence 6.Report cases of corporal punishment at the State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR). Don’t be silent! #ENDviolence

14 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 12 – 3 October Friday I Morning Facebook Words can scar deeper than wounds. You don’t have to physically hit a child to hurt.

15 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 12 – 3 October Friday I Evening Facebook “There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children.” - Nelson Mandela Indifference and neglect can deeply impact a child. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe Neglect video

16 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 12 – 3 October Friday I Tweet 1.Words can scar deeper than wounds. Watch your tone and language while speaking to a child. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 2.Scaring, terrorizing, belittling or isolating – all of these are a part of emotional abuse. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 3.You don’t have to physically hit to hurt a child. Abusive language or threatening words hurt a child as deeply! #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 4.When you hurt someone else in front of a child, it creates an air of terror in his mind. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 5.Indifference and neglect can deeply impact a child. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 6.Your child will follow your action and tone. Do not yell, do not encourage your child to yell. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe

17 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 13 – 4 October Saturday I Morning Facebook Sexual violence takes many forms, from rape to touching, forcing a child to touch him/herself or someone else, to pose naked etc., and may include addressing a child with sexual wording.

18 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 13 – 4 October Saturday I Evening Facebook Violence is preventable. Here's a booklet with useful information to help protect children. Read and share with everyone you think can help #ENDviolence against children. #ItStartsWithMe Download the complete handbook at

19 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 13 – 4 October Saturday I Tweets 1.Sexual violence takes many forms, from rape to touching, using explicit words and forcing a child to pose naked. #ENDviolence 2.Evidence worldwide indicates that in majority of sexual abuse cases, the abuser was someone known to the child. #ENDviolence 3.If your child displays fear, anxiety or anger against a relative, do not brush it aside. Gently talk to your child about it. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 4.Children confide in you when you listen more than talk or advice. Listen lovingly when they come forward to share. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 5.An abused child often feels alone and guilty. Assure your child that you understand and support. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 6.A healing scar on the body may not mean a healing scar on the psyche. Give your child counselling along with medicine. #ENDviolence

20 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 14 – 5 October Sunday I Morning Facebook Sexual violence leaves permanent scars on the child. It affects his or her self-confidence, causes fears and anxiety, and can lead to learning problems and difficulties in relating to others. Any child is at risk of sexual violence.

21 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 14 – 5 October Sunday I Evening Facebook Both girls and boys suffer sexual violence, although girls are particularly vulnerable.

22 Drizzlin Media For (Client Name) Day 14 – 5 October Sunday I Tweets 1.Sexual violence adversely affects a child’s self-confidence and causes fear and anxiety. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 2.A sexually abused child is often ridden with shame and experiences guilt. Offer support and love; make the child talk about it. #ENDviolence 3.Sexual violence may also lead to learning problems in children and cause difficulties in relating to others. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 4.Teach your children to say ‘NO’ to inappropriate or uncomfortable physical contact. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 5.Report abuse when a child confides in you! File complaint at the Specialised Juvenile Police Unit. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe 6.Forcing children to watch pornography also amounts to sexual violence, leaving deep psychological impact. #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe


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