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Photo of TARSHI's founder Radhika Chandiramani. She has curly shoulder length hair and is wearing a grey sweater over a maroon top
Comprehensive Sexuality EducationInterview

Interview: Radhika Chandiramani

In December, 2014, Shikha Aleya interviewed Radhika Chandiramani  on the present state of Sexuality Education in India.

During the interview, Radhika points out that although there are some individual efforts by some private schools and organisations, however, there is a lack of a uniform curriculum or framework for Sexuality Education for students across the country. She mentions that teachers too need to learn about Sexuality Education but there is lack of proper training and preparation material for the same. Radhika also gives reasons as to why providing CSE information to young people is important for them to lead healthy and safe lives.

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Reads, writes, does Sudoku, grows plants and walks with dogs as a reasonable option to running with wolves. Is a consultant with TARSHI, focusing on health, disability, gender and rights issues. A post-graduate from XLRI, graduated from Hindu college, Delhi University.

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