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Training in gender justice gives young South Indians skills to tackle violence.

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Young people in South India find out how gender can shape their lives. Girls and young women do domestic work and eat last. Boy babies are favoured and young men are likely to have more opportunities. Learning about gender justice and taking part in campaigns to make their city safer, gives young people a chance to improve the lives of everyone.

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Young people in South India find out how gender can shape their lives. Girls and young women do domestic work and eat last. Boy babies are favoured and young men are likely to have more opportunities. Learning about gender justice and taking part in campaigns to make their city safer, gives young people a chance to improve the lives of everyone.

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