Empower millions of young people to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive well being

More than half of India's population, about 600 million people are below the age of 25. Yet, to date, Young India deals with complex issues of consent, stigma around sex, gender and sexuality, unplanned pregnancies, acts of violence, and STDs. This is exacerbated by lack of access to sexual and reproductive healthcare and literature.

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Watch: What Happens When Young People Smash The Stigma And Ignorance Around Sex And Sexuality 

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What role can family and schools play in helping young adults make more informed decisions about sexual health and wellness?

What attitudinal shift you wish to see in doctors, counsellors and policymakers towards sexual and reproductive health?

What solutions can ensure equitable access for products and services for sexual and reproductive healthcare for people across genders and sexuality?

If you had to write a policy...  what demands for better sexual and reproductive health would it include?

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