From Streets to Schools

“I think we have failed our children. We will have to be kind to them, we have to reach out to them. The country must look at all children as same and equal”, says Shanta Sinha, a leader in the Child Rights movement and Padma Shri Awardee.

On Universal Children’s Day, we take a look at the lives of India’s street children. With no guarantee of safety, in many cases, no formal identity, and a lack of access to proper education do we do enough for our invisible neighbours?

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To understand the nuances of this issue, go through two of our stories:

From Streets to Schools: The Girl in a Yellow Dress

From Streets to Schools: Making the Invisible Visible


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