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Now I Can Breathe

Now I Can Breathe – It’s not your fault. You didn’t ask for it. You are not weak. You are strong.

Amina tells the story of how she was sexually harassed over several years by other pupils, and describes the work she is doing now to help teachers put a stop to sexual harassment in their schools.

A film by Adam Tyler

Created in collaboration with the Advocacy Academy

Winner of the Children’s Broadcasting category at the Sandford St Martin Awards 2020.

Winner of the Educational Film Award at the Learning On Screen Awards 2020.

Nominated for the Content for Change Award at the Children’s BAFTAs 2019.

Advice for young people about sexual harassment can be found at the following sites:

Childline

Safeline

Brook

…and teachers can find the government’s guidance about sexual harassment in schools here.

Young, British & Muslim: Sarah

Young, British & Muslim: Sarah is a Muslim and loves playing roller derby. She talks about the decisions she has had to make about her clothing; and the attitudes of prospective husbands to her playing a full contact sport.

Courtesy of 4thought.tv

Housework or Office Work?

Housework or Office Work?

Should a woman’s place be at home?

A World Without Abortion

A World Without Abortion

Diane Munday, a passionate pro-choice activist, talks through the history of abortion and women’s rights, and why she feels so strongly that abortion must be legal.

Abortion: A Male Perspective

Abortion: A Male Perspective

Jack talks about his girlfriend’s abortion. Having taken precautions which failed, the couple found themselves in a difficult situation and had to decide how they felt about abortion. Jack explains why he believes it should be the woman’s decision, but admits that he would have found it hard not to influence her decision if it had differed from his.

Culture and Abortion

Culture and Abortion

Different cultures and religions have very different attitudes towards abortion. This film examines some of the various ideas held on this controversial subject by people from different backgrounds.

Disappearing Women At Work

Disappearing Women At Work

What are the obstacles in the way of women who want equal pay and equal working rights? The experts discuss how women can get ahead in business.

90 Years Of Feminism

90 Years Of Feminism

It’s been ninety years since women won the fight to vote, but they’re still struggling for real sexual equality. What’s been achieved since then, and what’s left to battle for?

Nature Vs Nurture – Feminism

Nature Vs Nurture – Feminism

Are there biological reasons for the lack of women in the workplace? Have genes kept them chained to the oven (and the cradle) or is it just the ideologies we live with? Kierra Box, youth worker and feminist, battles it out with a research biochemist for the answer to ‘the baby question’.

Sexual Freedom

Sexual Freedom

If men can sleep around why shouldn’t women? Young people in the UK voice their opinions on our double standards regarding sexual freedom, and radio DJ Jenni Murray asks: can we ever achieve real sexual equality?