What happens when Rights conflict?
This lesson is the start of the preperation for an assessment. In the assessment, students will be discussing 'Freedom of Press is the most important right&'. Students use the laptops to research some key stories (NOTW, China&';s censorship laws etc) and answer specific questions on the worksheet. The articles are listed on top of the worksheet, so you can print these out instead of using the internet.


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  • What happens when rights conflict.pptx
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  • What happens when rights conflict10.6.pptx
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  • Freedom of Speech v Security.pptx
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Created: Jan 22, 2013

Updated: Oct 1, 2015


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China Censorship


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What happens when rights conflict

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