State

Workshop on legal empowerment

DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 8/10/2018 2:10:27 AM IST

Chakhesang Baptist Church Council (CBCC) in collaboration with Nagaland State Legal Services Authority (NSLSA) organised a one-day workshop on legal empowerment for teachers on protection of children and their well being at CBCC compound T. Chikri Pfutsero on August 9.   

A press release from NSLSA public relation assistant stated that, Mezivolu T. Therieh, member secretary NSLSA said that teachers needed to know the rights of the child to be able to protect the children. She said that to deal with the issue of children inside the classroom teachers needed to be aware of the relevant portion of laws made for the students. Pointing out that 44% of children face sexual abuse, she urged the teachers to identify the students and the problems they were going through. Mezivolu T. Therieh said that report of child abuse could be reported to the police/CHILDLINE for legal protection and redressal.

Akumla Longchari, state project coordinator NSLSA spoke on the POCSO Act, 2012. She mentioned the types of sexual abuses, the roles of the state government in implementation of the Act and also the reliefs available to a child victim under the Act.

Tongpang L Jamir, project coordinator NSLSA said that the main role of the special education teacher was to provide instruction and support to facilitate the participation of students with disabilities in regular classrooms.

Speaking on safe practices and precautions to be taken by parents and teachers at home and school, Vitono Gugu Haralu, founder Pathfinder & PLV NSLSA stated that it was important for teachers to learn how to communicate and be able to have a conversation rather than give lectures.

Zacharia Tetseo, advocate, project coordinator NSLSA; Neiteo Koza, advocate, project coordinator NSLSA; and Kethovelu Resu, project assistant NSLSA also spoke at the program.

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