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Shape the Future

Shape the Future – What do you use every day that needs energy of some kind? It’s quite scary when you think about it. Have you ever thought about where that energy comes from? And how it is produced? And the effects those sources have on your future? It’s the responsibility of everyone to ask questions, to get the right information, and to encourage the government to make the right decisions that will shape the future.

Red Nose Day – Rabecca’s Story

Red Nose Day – Rabecca’s Story – School might feel like a drag after double Maths, but young people all around the world are desperate to get an education because they know it is their best chance of a brighter future. Jamie Laing from Made in Chelsea introduces this short film about Rabecca, a girl from Zambia who could no longer afford to go to school after her parents died.

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Sport Relief – Raymond’s Story

Sport Relief – Raymond’s Story – In Africa, 1 in 4 children have to work for a living, often in dangerous conditions. Greg James introduces this film about Raymond, a 14 year-old boy who lives in Ghana. Raymond has to work long days in a mine to support his family, but Sport Relief money is providing him with an education to help him escape poverty and achieve his ambitions.

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Long to Belong

Long to Belong

As animals, we instinctively form a pack, and this aspect of our human nature has always directed our desire for social acceptance. But in today’s world, with online social networking, increased social mobility and a general reduction in social barriers, how is this tribal instinct manifesting itself?

How to Lobby

How to Lobby

This short film gives introductory instructions in how to ensure your views are heard and represented in the corridors of power in Westminster.

Fairtrade Vs Buy British

Fairtrade Vs Buy British

Should we buy British in order to support our local producers or trade fairly abroad in order to support the developing world? In this film, advocates for each points of view argue their case.

Shopping For Me, Shopping For Us

Shopping For Me, Shopping For Us

Robin, a chef, demonstrates how we can support our economy by shopping in our locality. He argues that locally sourced food is tastier, as well as being kind to our community.

At Our Service

At Our Service

Genetically engineering animals to serve our needs: how far can we go?

I Want to Be a Super-Hero

I Want to Be a Super-Hero

Julian Savulescu, Profession of Practical Ethics at the University of Oxford, talks about the realistic scientific potential for introducing super-hero-like characteristics into the human race, and what the implications of this would be.

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.