https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/transformation/adopting-child-is-revolutionary-act/ Open Democracy article by Shreya Kalra highlights the plight of India’s vulnerable children and covers WAIC’s 2018 campaign to create awareness about India’s abandoned and orphaned children and the need to fix the ground implementation of India’s laws to ensure a #Home4EveryChild.
https://www.sakaltimes.com/art-culture/family-needs-them-27627 Sakal Times article by Ambika Shaligram delves deep into the issues and provides detailed coverage of the Open Letter of WAIC’s 2018 campaign.
As we celebrate Diwali this week, I cannot but help think about our campaign. Whether people out there are even thinking about the campaign? How many people will register? So on and so forth. As Protima had mentioned in her post, this campaign is not about being philanthropic, kind, or generous; this campaign is about… Continue reading BLOG POST: This Diwali, let’s pledge to raise our voice for India’s most vulnerable children
https://yourlisten.com/BolHyd90.4/interviewindias-voiceless-childrenmera-marthijeevani Bol Hyderabad 90.4 FM ensured that 2018 campaign’s voice reached far and wide, with WAIC co-founder, Meera Marthi.
In describing the perils of selflessness, Ayn Rand had famously said that every major horror in history was committed in the name of an altruistic motive. When the idea of Where Are India's Children? campaign was taking shape, we sifted through many articles and news items on the rampant child abuse in shelters across India. The main reason behind the… Continue reading BLOG POST: Protecting our future