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Where it all Started - Summary Report - A Question of Balance

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Right Honorable Tony Blair, commenting on the campaign launch as UK Prime Minister: 'Everything we do in our everyday activity, in our work and leisure involves some element of risk. Risk is an inescapable part of our lives. The challenge for all of us, both within and outside Government is to manage risk in a way which gives us the necessary protection we need without constraining what we do beyond a level that is justified. I very much welcome your conference today as a vital contribution to this debate. I hope that you will enjoy what I am sure will be a very stimulating and productive'.

BBC Newsnight - Lost Words = Lost Childhood PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 09 December 2017

In BBC Newsnight Robert Macfarlane explains lost words and childhood because children do not spend enough time outdoors.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2a7cjq_N3dE

Through 'Everyone dies, but not everyone really lives' we are introduced to the difference between average life and amazing life. Two questions here are:
(a.) What might be amazing in a life?  and (b.) What will ensure we have access?
For (a.), individual answers really matter and we expect parents, teachers and mentors to support informed choice-making. For (b.), we know 'What we do not really love we will not save...'. If we do not protect our world, how may we expect to enjoy amazing experiences in it? In this video Robert Macfarlane helps explain these things.

 
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