Humare Super Buddies Humare Rakshak- Short Animated Movie
Learn the reporting mechanisms with Super Buddies
It is mandatory to report cases of child sexual abuse in our country. Still, more than 80% of cases go unreported in our country. Check out this short animated film to know where to report and how to report. The movie also covers the importance of keeping the identity of the child victim confidential and the POCSO Act. Our Voix in collaboration with Banswara Syntex Ltd. has launched the short movie on World Child Rights Day.
Learn about the early warning signs with Super Buddies. Short film for teachers and parents.
Do you know you can identify warning signs in children who are sexully abused? The animated movies cover what role teachers and parents can play to ensure children are protected from violence. The movie covers about different physician, behavioural and psychological signs that are seen in children who fall victim to sexual violence. Our Voix in collaboration with Banswara Syntex Ltd. has launched the short movie on World Child Rights Day. The movies are made after recommendations from 100+ stakeholders from 9+ states in India.
Learn self defence techniques with the help of Super Buddies
The short animated film teaches children easy self defence techniques that can be adopted by them. Super Buddies focuses on paying emphasis on techniques.The techniques taught in the short animated film should be performed under the guidance of an adult. Our Voix in collaboration with Banswara Syntex Ltd. has launched the short movies on World Child Rights Day.
Teach children about safe and unsafe touch with the help of super buddies.
The animated movies take up two ‘Super Buddies’ that have been carefully penned down in roles where they share knowledge, facts about the “powers” and “rights” of children. It is taken into consideration that these Super Buddies are inclusive, supportive and comforting so that the children associate with a positive role model. Mentions of the Power to Say No or the Right to Safety, among others, are meant to support the children and empower them. Super Buddies aim to develop a certain friendship or belongingness with the children with a mission to ensure children are safe. The animated movie also covers non-contact abuse which is ignored in our society. Our Voix in collaboration with Banswara Syntex Ltd. has launched the short movie on World Child Rights Day.