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Many people are worried about mass surveillance by the state, reading our private messages ostensibly to see if we support terrorism but finding out much else about us. Today's question to you is - by giving up our privacy, do we actually become safer?
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12/08/2016 at 16:45. Facebook
Tonight sees the first episode of our new BBC co-production, "Vienna: Empire, Dynasty and Dream". In this series, Simon Sebag Montefiore tells the story of how the Habsburgs transformed Vienna into a multi-national city of music, culture and ideas; of palaces and churches; of coffee houses, courtesans, and conquerors. Catch it on BBC4 at 9pm!
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12/08/2016 at 14:31. Facebook
As part of our Earth in Vision project, this week we hear from Dan Rees of the BBC's Natural History Unit, sharing his insights into what the benefits of opening up the BBC's archive could be, especially for up and coming filmmakers. To hear more, including his views on the extent to which environmental issues can be included in blue-chip natural history programming head over to the full...
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12/08/2016 at 09:40. Facebook
Being able to express our religious belief, or exercise our own conscience and thought are things we often take for granted. However, as this differs from society to society, our questions today is – how far should a state be able to govern the thoughts and beliefs of its citizens?
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12/07/2016 at 09:37. Facebook
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How an individual perceives their own sexual and gender identity is an integral part of who they are. So why isn't this enshrined in Human Rights law?
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12/06/2016 at 16:35. Facebook
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12/06/2016 at 09:41. Facebook
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12/06/2016 at 09:40. Facebook
Is freedom of expression a principle worth defending in all cases? Or does being able to say and print what we want, sometimes go too far?
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12/05/2016 at 09:25. Facebook
More than 1 million people sought safety in Europe in 2015, many of whom were exercising their Human Right to claim asylum. But what does that mean? Today we’re asking the question - what would you and your family do if faced with conflict or persecution?
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12/05/2016 at 09:17. Facebook
Question 2 relating to I-Spy: What is online infidelity for you? What about for your partner?
Tonight is our final instalment of I-Spy. You can find out more about the research behind the videos here: [ Socsi.in Link ]

But don't forget to come back and let us know: What do you think about the fact that Rihanna and Oliver aren’t talking to each other about their relationship?
What are Human Rights? Next week we’ll be putting 6 key areas under the spotlight for OU Human Rights Week, unearthing where they came from and explaining why they’re important. If you’ve ever wondered about anything from free speech to religious freedom, stay tuned:
Oh how things have changed! With Oliver now believing Rihanna has ‘crossed the line’ will he go through with meeting up with Minnie? Find out tonight in the final episode of I-Spy at 7pm.

I-Spy is a dramatisation of the results of a study undertaken by two of our psychology academics. Find out more about their research on our OpenLearn page. [ Socsi.in Link ]
Question 2 relating to I-Spy: Is there any situation when it is OK to develop a strong emotional relationship with someone who is not your partner?
Once you've watched I-Spy episode 4 let us know what you think about Oliver deciding to meet Minnie after his ‘discovery’ about Rihanna.