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BBFC to change discrimination references in film and TV ratings to help parents

1 month ago   |   By Metro

The board says it will help protect children, as well as help their parents with ‘teaching moments'
The way parents are informed about racism and discrimination in film and TV classifications will change following new research.
The British Board of Film Classification , which decides on the certification of movies and episodic content and offers guidance on the themes addressed, worked with people who have been directly impacted by racism and discrimination.
After commissioning the research into racism and discrimination in films and TV shows, the BBFC found that parents are concerned...
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