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Title India : A Dangerous Place to be a Woman / Director: Prasad, Ashok.

Published Australia : ABC2 [broadcaster], 2014 March 05 at 21:30:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2013.

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Summary *Adult Themes* In December 2012 cities across India were engulfed in a series of protests. They stemmed from the death of a young woman who was brutally gang-raped aboard a moving bus. With the story making global headlines, millions around the world were shocked at the viciousness of the rape. One of those was 28-year-old Radha Bedi, a young British Indian. Now Radha is going to India to discover the tougher reality of life for young women there. She'll meet girls who have suffered appalling brutality. She'll meet men who blame women for the violence they suffer. She'll try to understand what's underpinning all this violence and she'll find herself caught up in her own struggle for justice after she was sexually harassed on a previous visit to India. PRODUCTION DETAILS: Presenter: Radha Bedi Producer/Director: Ashok Prasad Executive Producer: Sam Collyns.
Audience Classification M ACMA.
Other author Prasad, Ashok, director.
Evelyn, Laura, actor.
Bedi, Radha, host.
Subject Culture.
Equality.
Sexism.
Sexual abuse victims.
Women -- Violence against.
Documentary.