Research Bulletin

Experiences of survivors of commercial sexual exploitation availing rehabilitation at R&P homes in India

Hook-up culture among young Indian adults in Indian metropolitan cities

Prof. of Eminence (Dr.) Sanjeev P. Sahni & Dr. Vipin Vijay Nair

Torture: Journal on Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Prevention of Torture

Girls wait for customers in Jessore Brothel. Photograph: Allison Joyce

Employing participatory action research methods, this research emphasizes the need for such methods in research with critical and marginalized populations. The research explores the narratives of victims of commercial sexual exploitation to understand

factors towards eventual Rehabilitation within Rehabilitation & Protection (R&P) homes in India Read more

Mr. Bhasker Malu Sexuality and Culture

Graphic courtesy of Sophie Bailey

Is the culture of hooking up prevalent among emerging adults in Indian Metropolitan cities? Emerging adults that lived in apartments without their families had the highest rate of hooking-up followed by individuals living in PGs and with their families. Read more

Peace profile: Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

What stops children from disclosing se ual abuse: Perspectives from adults

Dr. Neha Khetrapal Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan (file photo)

Talks about peace and peacebuilding in the Indian terrain are focused on Mahatma Gandhi. While Gandhi’s efforts are laudable, there are others who are often not recognized or sidelined. This article showcases information about Maulana Wahiduddin Khan, who worked tirelessly for peacemaking and peacebuilding, within the framework of Islamic peace psychology, in India.  Read more

Mr. Irfan Fayaz Journal of Loss and Trauma

Illustration of child abuse (Shutterstock/File)

This work discusses how children who are prisoners of their own childhood aim to create a life that is free from abuse, as their childhood has left them with neglect of basic fundamental needs. Read more