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The Dark Campaign against sexual assault was launched in Australia, India, and New Zealand

Last month, The Dark Campaign—against sexual assault was unveiled with the purpose of spreading awareness and education, hoping to eventually effectuate the goal of eliminating sexual assault and rape as a threat to women, men and especially children. This involves continue collaboration with various organisations and cultural groups for a safe future. Its spirit is to draw your attention, not to be a bystander but to be part of the campaign, and to speak up and allow victims to find their source of strength.

It isn’t hard to overstate how important this actually may be, because it’s an example of us anticipating the world as it’s becoming, not as it is or was.

Look at the victims, even today they feel vulnerable and unprotected and we won’t see one instance where the offenders are immediately identified and reported.

As it becomes universally common for perpetrators to use assaults as power and a way to have control, the concept of a physical big safety talk about sexual assault ceases to revolve around our lives.

The Dark Campaign, supported by a number of Indian Australian organisations, groups and businesses understand that sexual abuse can happen to children of any race, group, religion or culture

These discussions aren’t worthless talk, which are so heavily swayed by new launches. In fact the launch of The Dark Campaign, supported by a number of Indian Australian organisations, groups and businesses understand that sexual abuse can happen to children of any race, group, religion or culture. The Dark Campaign, initiated by Shamshir aims to identify the cause(s) and put a halt on shunning the victims that make an accusation of sexual assault, and the multiplying of their difficulties, doubts from the society and with alleged perpetrators being publicly excused to breed assault culture, and sometimes we all overlook it.

The Dark Campaign with Shamshir is planning to hold some education and awareness events every year. The campaign’s launch ‘Advocates’ are Shamsheer Rana Tandon for India; Saru Rana, Pankhuri Sarin, Prab Jot, and Mudra Shah for Adelaide; Dr Sonia Singh, Nonia Dayal, and Harry Chhina for Melbourne; Naini Singh, Rose Kaur, and Shilpa Kapl for Sydney; and Gurpreet Sidhu for New Zealand.

Media Partners are The Indian Sun and Haanji Radio. The Dark Campaign was launched internationally from the month of April, in Adelaide, India, New Zealand, Melbourne and will travel to Sydney in July.

 

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