The animated movies take up two ‘Super Buddies’ that have been carefully penned down in roles where they share knowledge, facts about the powers and rights of children. It is taken into consideration that these Super Buddies are inclusive, supportive and comforting so that the children associate with a positive role model.
Mentions of the ‘Power to Say No’ or the ‘Right to Safety’, among others, are meant to support the children and empower them. Super Buddies aim to develop a certain friendship or belongingness with the children with a mission to ensure children are safe. The animated movie also covers non-contact abuse which is ignored in our society. Our Voix, in collaboration with Banswara Syntex Ltd, has launched the short movies.
Four ways the movie is different:
If you are a survivor, parent or guardian who wants to seek help for child sexual abuse, or know someone who might, you can dial 1098 for CHILDLINE (a 24-hour national helpline) or email them at email@example.com. You can also call NGO Arpan on their helpline 091-98190-86444, for counselling support.