How One Ad-Agency Shed Light On The Plight Of Young Girls In India

How One Ad-Agency Shed Light On The Plight Of Young Girls In India
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StrawberryFrog creates a chilling campaign to bring awareness to the plight of young Indian girls.

Allie Walker
  • 9 may 2012

This year, more than 1 million girls in India will disappear, victims of infanticide, sex slavery, and child labor.

Last year, the same thing happened. And next year, it will happen again.

In the strongly patriarchal society of India, girls are often discriminated against and treated like 2nd class citizens, abused and neglected, or worse, forced into child labor or sold into slavery.  But, if a girl is given the opportunity to receive an education, she has a chance to become viewed as a valuable member of society–however, all too often, girls never get this chance.

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