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Gay Adoption Attitudes

Gay Adoption Attitudes – Gay couples are legally allowed to adopt children in the UK, but it’s a still an issue that provokes strong views in some people… and here they are.

Gay Marriage Matters

Gay Marriage Matters – Should gay people have the right to get married? And what’s the point of marriage anyway? Here’s what the people out there are saying.

Favourite Teachers

Favourite Teachers

Vox pops on what makes a good teacher. The film asks whether young people agree with recent news articles on needing more male and black teachers to act as role models.

Female Genital Mutilation

Female Genital Mutilation

Nagla, once a refugee from Djibouti, but now a lawyer in London, talks about this ancient tradition, its place in modern society and why it continues.

Fighting Suppression

Fighting Suppression

Wai Hnin is an asylum seeker from Burma, who fled to England for the chance to study freely. Her father is a political prisoner in Burma, because of this she is constantly under threat in her homeland.

Human Rights: The Global Outlook

Human Rights: The Global Outlook

Eulette Ewart, a spokeswoman for Amnesty International, sets out their global vision for universal human rights. She explains how the organisation puts its beliefs into practice.

Human Rights: What Do You Think?

People on the street give their views on human rights: what are they, who has them, who enforces them, what do they mean for us and where does the media fit in?

Immigration Affects Us All

Immigration Affects Us All

A member of the Labour Party, the Conservative Party and the British National Party are interviewed about their views on immigration in this country.

Stop and Search Me

Stop and Search Me

Seyi Rhodes, a black British man, decides to test the theory that the police are racist in their “stop and search” antics.

Sterilise The Poor

Sterilise The Poor

What’s the best solution to the benefits crisis? A Councillor called John Ward once suggested on his blog that “breed for greed” mothers on benefits should be sterilised. This film shows a range of reactions to his controversial point of view.