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Set Setal: walls that talk. ©UNESCO TV 1992
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Set Setal: walls that talk

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Story of the popular movement Set Setal, initiated by young people in Senegal who wanted to clean the city, literally. This documentary was made within the framework of the UNESCO programme Education Against Drug Abuse

Place/Country: Senegal
Type: Documentary
Credits: Sylvie Jezequel, director. Madeleine Brigaud-Robert, participant. La Sept, producer ; UNESCO Preventive Education Drugs, producer ; ONG ENDA Tiers-monde, producer ; DEUS, producer. Philippe Barberes, producer. TVI Plus, co-producer ; UNESCO OPI, co-producer.
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