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Streetworker

Canada, 1973 (MIFF 1974)

Director: John Fisher, Pen Densham, John Watson

Social workers in touch with youngsters on the streets, are called "Streetworkers" in Canada. The film shows them in action, and listens to their ideas about a positive approach to the problems of delinquency.

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