||Is Activism a Failed Strategy?
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||Meet the Panelists (2:02) -- Peter Tatchell: the Pitch (5:25) -- Dan Hodges: the Pitch (4:47) -- Carl Miller: the Pitch (7:15) -- Theme One: How Effective is Digital Activism? (7:12) -- Theme Two: Should We Have Faith in Political Parties? (4:00) -- Theme Three: How Can We Make Politics Relevant Again? (9:39) -- Credits: Changing the World: Is Activism a Failed Srategy? (0:07)
||From Tahir Square to Hong Kong, Occupy Wall Street to Anonymous, we have seen a surge in grassroots and social media activism. Yet the army is in power in Cairo and bankers continue to draw their bonuses. Is activism a failed strategy? Are political parties the only way to drive change or will student and street activism surprise us yet? The Panel Political campaigner Peter Tatchell, research director at Demos Carl Miller and Telegraph columnist Dan Hodges contest the best ways to bring about change.
|General note||Originally released by TVF International (Firm), 2015.|
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|Source of description||Title from distributor's description (Infobase, July 16, 2016)|
|Publisher number||115733s Infobase|
|Publisher number||115737 Infobase|