Stanford Prison Experiment

Stanford Prison Experiment

In our work among young offenders, we often find that any prison term imposed upon young people changes how they view themselves and how they would relate with others. From the article below, this controversial experiment conducted 40 years ago clearly shows that...
Study: Most Child Abuse Goes Unreported

Study: Most Child Abuse Goes Unreported

An article on Time Magazine about child abuse gives us a little insight into the reasons why most child abuse cases goes unreported – Children in highly developed countries suffer abuse and neglect much more often than is reported by official child-protective...
No Excuses

No Excuses

Common excuses made by parents, relatives or family friends who sexually assault children – 1. “All fathers do this” Underlying this excuse is the attitude that children are their father’s property. The offender tries to trick the child into...
Some facts about child sexual assault

Some facts about child sexual assault

When protecting a child from sexual assault, it is important for us to note the following myths and facts – Myth – Strangers are the main culprit Fact – ┬áIn 70% of cases in Malaysia, the offender is a member of the child’s immediate family or...