- About the Author
How does one rise above the trauma of child sexual abuse?
Sofia Abdullah is now an international women’s and children’s rights champion, fighting for equality and fair treatment for disempowered groups all over the world. But she comes from a painful past—one in which she was sexually abused as a child by a family member. Taking many years to heal from the trauma, these are pages from her notes documenting her journey of coming to terms with what had happened. This is her journey of moving on.
Sofia Abdullah was born and raised in Singapore. Of Malay and Javanese descent, Sofia went to an all-girls school in Katong, the Peranakan part of Singapore. She spent her childhood in Marine Parade, by the seaside. Sofia attended university in England on a scholarship. Her work took her to Germany, India and then the USA. She is now an advocate for children’s rights and works on the issues of child sex trafficking and child sexual abuse.
Cover Type: Paperback
Page Count: 112
Size: 198mm x 129mm