The Invisible Victims: Addressing the Long-Term Effects of Child Offense

  • Softy Tibriwal
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  • Softy Tibriwal

    Student at Amity University, Rajasthan, India

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Crimes committed against children, such as sexual abuse, exploitation, and violence, have serious and long-lasting effects on victims. These often result in psychological trauma, emotional distress, and social stigma. This study explores the lasting impact of such crimes on children, specifically in the Indian context and the laws in place to protect them. Through an analysis of historical context, legal regulations, and available support systems, this paper aims to better understand the difficulties faced by child victims and evaluate the effectiveness of current support mechanisms. By conducting in-depth examinations and presenting real-life examples, this study delves into the challenges of maneuvering through the legal system and utilizing support resources. It also emphasizes effective strategies and suggestions for enhancing the well-being of child victims. In essence, this paper stresses the significance of upholding the rights and welfare of these young individuals and advocates for substantial changes to ensure their safety and assistance within the legal and social landscape of India.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 2446 - 2460


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