Posts on the #MISSINGIRLS stencil project

Starting a Conversation with Urban India on Trafficking

By | November 27th, 2017|MISSINGIRLSstencil, Rural Awareness|

Walls that talk 3 million individuals are trafficked every year. If 3 million more people knew about this issue, trafficking wouldn't be as [...]

Volunteer Experience

By | October 27th, 2017|MISSINGIRLSstencil|

Art for a Cause We, as young adults in an urban environment lead very sheltered lives. The MISSING campaign, came as an eye opener to [...]

Symbolism of the Silhouette

By | June 29th, 2017|MISSINGIRLSstencil|

Symbolism of the Silhouette The symbols of missing; larger-than-life black silhouettes of young girls against urban backdrops, which look like sharp, black cut outs [...]

Missing in action from a Class X student

By | June 29th, 2017|Archives, MISSINGIRLSstencil|

The black silhouette of a girl is exactly what is wrong with the world but when will we sit up and take notice, asks [...]

#MISSINGIRLS Stencil Campaign

By | June 11th, 2017|MISSINGIRLSstencil|

The Stencil Project is the second part of our awareness campaign; it is a parallel of the larger than life structures. The black silhouette [...]

Getting to know our 15-year-old MISSING Ambassador from USA: Carly Vanderkarr

By | June 6th, 2017|MISSINGIRLSstencil|

Carly Vanderkarr For a few months, we have been regularly receiving the online support of Suzy and Carly Vanderkarr, a mother-daughter duo [...]

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