Not In My Name

Film for Sixth Forms (or GCSE classes) debating factory farming

Not in my Name (12 minutes)

Ten celebrities - including Sir Paul McCartney, actors Joanna Lumley and Martin Shaw; singer Chrissie Hynde; barrister Michael Mansfield QC and top-selling author Anne Fine - speak from the heart to condemn factory farming. Contains powerful footage. Fast moving and popular film. Excellent to provoke debate on factory farming for GCSE and sixth form students. Used in Citizenship, Religious Education, English and various Sixth Form classes.


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