Director: Alex Gibney
Starring: Julian Assange, Bradley Manning, Adrian Lamo
UK Release date: 12 July 2013
Certificate: 15 (130 mins)
Rampe Hlobo SJ wrote from South Africa to describe the mood of the nation while Nelson Mandela was critically ill. How did ‘Madiba’ lead the people of South Africa through a uniquely transformative period in their history?
Sandra McNally looks at how current policy affects the educational prospects of children from disadvantaged backgrounds
The bombing of the Boston Marathon took place on 15 April 2013. What do such tragedies teach us about 'the Christian cult of a broken body'?
There was widespread condemnation in 2013 of the jury who were unable to reach a verdict in a prominent British court case involving the ex-wife of a former Member of Parliament. But the criticisms of the jurors, who have since been dismissed, are misplaced, argues Joe Egerton.
Do our penal practices contribute to the common good, or do we need to think more carefully about our response to crime?
Edmond Grace SJ explores the popular understandings – and misunderstandings – about how the EU operates, and suggests why the relationship between Britain and Brussels might be considered unique.
Is Catholic Social Teaching starting to capture the political imagination? Dr Anna Rowlands explores the increasing interest of UK politicians in the Church’s ‘best-kept secret’.
Paediatric palliative care doctor, Richard Hain, presents a sensitive account of the ethical issues surrounding the provision of intensive care to premature newborns. ‘Are there children for whom intensive care and resuscitation are not appropriate?
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