Disabled people are regularly portrayed in a negative light by the media, their treatment in movies and on TV is often unsympathetic and shallow. They do not take a deeper look at the issues. Should the disabled get more proactive to counter negative media representations or is that counterproductiv
Labour may be leaving the country in dire financial straits and not changed public services as radically as they might have done but whether it was caused by them or not Britain has probably become more tolerant. It may seem from the perennial theme of election campaigns that is asylum seekers and e
Why is status so determined by what we own? We judge others and feel judged because of what we wear, where we live and what car we drive. We pour over glossy magazines sighing in envy at the glamorous lives of the rich/wealthy and famous flitting from yacht to private plane to mansion. When reall
It is a widely debated topic in our education system. president Obama believed we should have one so we could improve national test scores. There are many pros and cons on the issue, between year round schooling and traditional schooling ( 3 month summer break). What is your opinion on the issue. Al
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In 2010 for the first time more than 50% of the global population lives in urban areas. This is a trend that is set to continue for decades more as the less developed countries urbanise. China for example is set to have its number of megacities, cities with over 10 million people, grow from six to t
The European Council in 2008 estimated that the EU has 3 million illegal immigrants. Migration affects all nations one way or another as people increasingly move around the world escaping war or environmental catastrophes or as with the majority of migrants simply to find jobs and a better standard
In 1880 a group of educators met in Milan for the Second Congress of Deaf Mutes. This congress ended with the conclusion that only speech should be used to teach deaf children, an act of discriminations that has reverberated for deaf and non deaf people to this day and should be treated as such by w
It seems that the economic priority of the government is to do anything but create more jobs. The Brown government poured most of its recession spending into bailing out banks that then did not help businesses, so not helping create jobs. Cameron’s priority is cutting the deficit, so creating more
Local councils and businesses have become so risk averse in recent years that they refuse to let their employees or the public do the most basic of tasks. In Dudley, England, local people were warned off cutting the grass verge outside their homes because they did not have the correct insurance.