Protsahan In Media
March 13, 2014
HuffPost reports on the necessity and urgency of fighting Child Abuse in India and Protsahan’s role in securing a better childhood of India’s Children.
March 09, 2016
Hindustan Times reports on the heartbreaking reality in India of atrocities committed against children that are largely ignored.
March 15, 2018
The Times of India reports on the NASSCOM CSR Leadership Conclave held in New Delhi on March 14, 2018 where Protsahan’s founder Sonal Kapoor was on a panel to discuss “Keeping our Children Safe in the Digital Age”.
October 2, 2011
The Economic Times reports on Protsahan’s one-year anniversary, and our on-ground impact of working with children in underserved communities.
Our founder, Sonal Kapoor, shares her views on creativity and design thinking on Ashoka (India) blog.
Doordarshan | Tejasvini: Interaction with Sonal Kapoor, Founder of Protsahan
December 20, 2015
India’s National broadcaster Doordarshan interacts with Protsahan’s founder Sonal Kapoor.
92.7 Big FM | Big Heroes with Richa Anirudh
October 11, 2016
Richa Anirudh interacts with Protsahan’s founder Sonal Kapoor on 92.7 Big FM radio.
TedX Youth | Becoming a Social Entrepreneur
December 10, 2012
Sonal Kapoor is the Founder CEO of PROTSAHAN India and is considered one of the most inspiring young social entrepreneurs of our time.
Impactful Advocacy Campaigns
Chooral Muriyal Case (Kerala)
February 13, 2018
Deccan Chronicle carried a story about the Kerala High Court’s refusal to review the ban on this barbaric ritual in some of the temples in the state.
February 14, 2018
Child rights activists start picking up as we scaled up the momentum on Twitter, highlighting the need for immediate intervention.
February 21, 2018
Wide scale coverage of the issue started to gain momentum as more people became aware of the horrors of the ritual.
February 21, 2018
Youth Ki Awaaz does a story highlighting the issue that is a clear violation of child rights.
February 28, 2018
Top Kerala IPS officer, R Sreelekha pitches in with her views on the ritual and the need to safeguard child rights.