RAI producing sexual harassment miniseries

The Italian pubcaster is releasing Jams, a kids TV series looking at sexual harassment, on RAI Gulp in January.
October 10, 2018

Italy’s public broadcaster RAI is producing a new TV miniseries about sexual harassment for its RAI Gulp kids channel.

Co-produced by RAI Ragazzi and Italian prodco Stand-by-me, Jams (10 x 30 minutes) is currently in post-production and will be released in January.

The series tells the story of 11-year-old Joy, who withdraws from her friends and activities when she is molested by a neighbor, a friend of the family who abuses her trust.

Aimed at nine- to 13-year-olds, the miniseries is aiming to help kids understand the risks of sexual harassment, detect when something is wrong, overcome shame and loneliness, and ask for the help of friends and adult intervention.

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