Many countries throughout the Middle East are going through many political stifles and re-arrangements of government types. The Arab Spring hasn’t left a single country to sit and watch as a spectator. Every single day in the news all that is heard from the Middle East is news regarding peaceful protestors of different parts of the […]
Archive | February, 2012
February 28, 2012
Tuesday February 28th, 2012. For many its just another regular day nearing the end of a Leap Year February. For a small community living in Dearborn, Michigan its a bit more than that. Today marks the six month anniversary of the date that our Iraqi Community in Dearborn, MI lost Hussain Asaad Alwaily in a homicide murder […]
February 27, 2012
Today the remains of Staff Sgt. Ahmed al-Taie, who was 41, have finally been identified positively in Delaware. He was of Iraqi descend and was kidnapped as he was serving inside the US Army. More can be read on USA Today’s article written about it… http://www.usatoday.com/news/military/story/2012-02-26/last-american-soldier-iraq/53257092/1
February 19, 2012
REEL BAD ARABS … How Arabs are portrayed in Hollywood!
February 18, 2012
Adam Rutherford meets a new creature created by American scientists – the spider-goat. It is part goat, part spider, and its milk can be used to create artificial spider’s web. It is part of a new field of research, synthetic biology, with a radical aim: to break down nature into spare parts so that we […]
Punishment: A Failed Social Experiment provides a detailed, critical analysis of the current legal and justice system generally in operation across the world whilst also providing potential solutions which work on preventing crime and creating a much more socially sustainable society.
The documentary film is currently in production, consisting of interviews with various academics, social activists and campaigners all of whom provide information on where we’re going wrong when we treat offenders, and what we could head towards in regards to the solutions available.
It must be recognized that in order for change to occur in the system of punishment and justice, wider societal and cultural issues need to be addressed – as this documentary film recognizes that there are inherent flaws in our current social system.
Although most sources of information originate from the United Kingdom, it is reasonable to state that the topics examined will apply to many other nations.