The second most important religion on the planet – 80% of whose followers are not Arabs. Islam often collides with the values of the Western world. This episode recounts the context in which...[Lire la suite]
If you think you know everything about Christianity, this episode from Let's Talk About Religion will convince you otherwise. Christians – a good third of the world's population ...[Lire la suite]
Amazingly this religion is without a God. It was founded in India in the 6th century BC and some see it rather as a philosophy of life than a religion . Practiced by less than 10% of the world...[Lire la suite]
Practiced by less than one percent of the believers in the world, Judaism nevertheless has a considerable influence on our civilization. Both religion and way of life, the faith of Abraham and...[Lire la suite]
The oldest of religions, Hinduism was founded around 1800 BC and has more than one billion followers, making it the third most important religion in the world. Without founder or prophet, it counts...[Lire la suite]
What makes human beings social, able to see another's point of view, while still remaining ourselves? Where do we get the pleasure of exchanging, helping each other and doing things together?...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
This program shows us, by multiple examples, that by uniting and working together now, we can make tomorrow better. Examples of successful ideas, values, and projects are out there – in...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
Finland, often cited as a model of how to go about educating youth the right way, is an important stop on the filmmakers' itinerary. Viewers see Cyril Dion sum up the pedagogy espoused by the...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
"Our social and political structures," observes Cyril Dion, "are not adapted to the scale of the crises (afflicting countries today). Citizens no longer expect politicians to live up...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
In 2012, in the prestigious science journal Nature, Anthony Barnosky, Elizabeth Hadly and 20 other scientists announced that the human population was set for catastrophic decline before 2100...[Lire la suite]