Mangaluru: Programme 'The Unspoken' launched at St Aloysius College (autonomous)

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Mangaluru, Aug 2: The department of Sociology of St Aloysius College (autonomous), here on July 30 launched 'The Unspoken' at Sanidhya hall.

The programme is a series of open forum discussions on issues that are taboo to speak in private or public space and intend to give youth a platform to speak without being judged or being judgemental.

The principal, Fr Praveen Martis, SJ, inaugurated the programme by untying a ribbon from human lips symbolically to speak the unspoken.

The discussion for the first of the series was on 'Incest – Both Abusive and Consensual'. The panellists included Sujatha Sukumaran (senior coordinator, advocacy and integration support at Enfold Proactive Health Trust, Bengaluru) and Dr Supriya Hegde (professor, department of Psychiatry, Fr Muller College, Mangaluru).

The programme comprised of helpful insights into the topic by experts and an open discussion and questions from the students. The students were also asked to anonymously put sensitive queries into the unspoken box which were later discussed and answered by the experts.

The programme was attended by students and staff across disciplines from under-graduate and postgraduate studies of the college.


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