This is a youtube video. It's about 13 minutes long. Definitely worth watching.
Sunitha Krishnan is basically leading an awareness campaign. She made an interesting point- the girls/women that she and her organization rescue, when ready to "re-enter" society and work, they are generally trained to enter more masculine fields; they are trained as masons, carpenters, security guards, welders. She explains that these girls are courageous and can fight in a male-dominated world easily. I assume the reasoning behind is that they have already experienced ostracism and humiliation; they have nothing else to fear, nothing else at stake.
Sunitha asks civil society to accept victims as our own, and not to treat them as "others."