Archive for March 13th, 2008

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Mar
08

Can multi-culturalism work?

The British Council is hosting an event called the Living Together Summit. It has a number of aims which include assessing the ‘impact of migration on society, and the ability of minority communities to participate in public life’. We (that’s us at WHYS and all of you) are going to help them do that. And we’ll add some related questions of our own.

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13
Mar
08

Transcript of deafness debate

There’s a message on stopeugenics.org about yesterday’s show about deafness and blindness. “To the BBC: shame on yourselves, your a multi million pound organisation, so where’s the access for the very people you are talking about?”

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13
Mar
08

Should we learn in our native languages?

Hello. I’m Arnaud a Rwandan who lives in Cameroon. I say that children who start learning in their native languages rather than French or English are better educated than those who take-off with English and French. Do you agree?

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13
Mar
08

Is local justice better than international justice?

Hi, I’m Philip in Uganda. I want to talk to you about the International Criminal Court, and if we Ugandans are finding a better way of delivering justice.

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13
Mar
08

Talking points for Thursday 13 March

Good morning, as Ros said today’s programme is a special broadcast on multiculturalism, but there are still issues around to discuss online and perhaps on tomorrow’s programme.

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