Professor Chris Rhodes discusses the flow of plastic pollution into our environment and considers how we use all resources to change our expectations, goals and lifestyle.
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Ethical Matters: People Like Us – Social Mobility, Inequality and Making It in Modern Britain | Monday 17th February
The single greatest indicator of what your job will be is the job of your parents. Power and privilege are concentrated among the 7% of the privately educated population. Hashi Mohamed tell his story of social mobility and inequality – and a searching analysis of what needs to change.
Described by a former senior Intelligence official as a ‘long-term thorn in the side of the intelligence establish-ment’, and winner of numerous awards for his journalism Richard Norton-Taylor reveals the secrets of his for-ty-year career as a journalist covering the world of spies and their masters in Whitehall.
*ONLINE* Ethical Matters: No Visible Bruises – What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us | Monday 18th May
Love, desire, intimacy — we all know what these are meant to look like. But what happens when they descend into violence? Rachel Louise Snyder’s perceptions changed on domestic violence changed when she began talking to the victims and perpetrators.
*ONLINE* Ethical Matters: Now We Have Your Attention – The New Politics of the People | Monday 12th October
Jack Shenker takes us on a journey across Britain to uncover the root causes of our current crisis – and the struggles being waged for our future. Drawing on exceptional access to grassroots movements and rebellious communities, Jack introduces us to the citizens and leaders of tomorrow.