Today we hear from guest blogger Professor Dr Debarati Halder of the United World School of Law, Karnavati University, India and Founder of the Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling. Introducing the case of Nirbhaya In 2012 “Nirbhaya” a young female paramedic was brutally gang raped in a cold December night in Delhi, India. Within a … Continue reading Cyber victimization of wives of sex offenders: Can therapeutic jurisprudence help?
A therapeutic Jurisprudence response to viral online games such as #Bluewhale and #KIKI challenge
In recent years social media has led to the viral spread of various games or challenges. Some such as the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge - where participants dumped a bucket of ice cold water over their heads - have been positive awareness raising activities for charity. Others such as #BlueWhale - where participants engaged in … Continue reading A therapeutic Jurisprudence response to viral online games such as #Bluewhale and #KIKI challenge
Creating awareness of Online Victimization using Social Media: A Therapeutic Jurisprudential approach
Dr Debarti Halder at the "Social Media for Good " Conference Guest blogger Dr. Debarati Halder, Advocate and Managing Director, Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling (CCVC) writes... Social media is the present day platform for sharing information and getting connected and reconnected with friends and acquaintances. We look to Twitter to know the daily ‘trends’ to … Continue reading Creating awareness of Online Victimization using Social Media: A Therapeutic Jurisprudential approach
Revenge Porn and Therapeutic Jurisprudence
Guest blogger Dr. Debarati Halder, managing director of Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling writes about Mitigation of Revenge Porn by the Adoption of Therapeutic Jurisprudence approaches by the Courts... Revenge porn, whether by children or by adults, has become a growing problem everywhere. Continuous improvement in Digital communication technology (DCT) and internet communication technology (ICT) has helped the … Continue reading Revenge Porn and Therapeutic Jurisprudence