Education

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Sexuality education

Badalte Din - a film on adolescence, myths and stereotypes. ©UNESCO New Delhi 2001
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Badalte Din - a film on adolescence, myths and stereotypes

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Language(s): Hindi

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"Badalte Din" takes a look at the phenomenon of adolescence among the teenage school going children and the problems associated with this period of change.
The film talks of ways that children need to deal with peer presure and the possitive effects of learning to say no, specially in response to sexual advances.

Place/country: India,
Type: Docufiction
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Credits: Gurvinder Singh (director), N.R. Nanda (director), UNESCO New Delhi (publisher), National Aids Control Organisation (publisher), Carmine Graphics (producer).
Published in: 2001

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