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Trophy hunting in Namibia

 

Masha Kalinina, an international wildlife and trade policy specialist, talks about trophy hunting in Namibia and issues surrounding the controversial conservation tactic.

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Prison reform: Are drug tests a waste of time?

 

Plans to give inmates drug tests on entry and exit are being announced, to help tackle rising violence in prisons.

Edward Boyd from the centre for social justice, and George McBride from Volteface, debate whether these plans will make a difference in reforming prisons.

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Male contraception: Are men or women responsible?

 

Author Peter Lloyd and Professor Geeta Nargund debate whether male contraception is a welcome development.

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New legal guidelines for trolling offences

 

New legal guidelines suggest that people who abuse others on the internet could face prosecution. The proposals for England & Wales would mean possible court action for people caught creating derogatory hashtags or images or inciting others to harass people online.

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Special Report: Black Lives Matter. A British Movement?

 

Black Lives Matter is a rights movement surrounding Anti-Black racism in society, which has been mostly active in America.

But over the past summer, it's seen a growing following here in the UK, with mass protests in London, Liverpool and Birmingham.

So what does Black Lives Matter mean in the UK, and how can it help combat discrimination? Our Social Affairs and Education Editor, Afua Hirsch investigates.

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Government addressing issues of quality control in education and technical vocational education

Roseau, Dominica – August 11, 2010……….. The recent formation of the National Accreditation Board and the Technical Vocational Council by the Government of Dominica is a clear manifestation of government’s commitment to address both issues of quality control in education and technical vocational education. This information is contained in the Economic and Social Review for…