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For there is nothing concealed that will not be revealed

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A Christian response to "the surveillance society" and the erosion of community

For there is nothing concealed that will not be revealed

For there is nothing concealed that will not be revealed

A Christian response to "the surveillance society" and the erosion of community

At this week's CHOW we are looking at criminal justice, law & order and privacy:

What is the Christian response to the growing trend to record our lives on CCTV, records and databases? Is this a thing to be celebrated, tolerated or resisted?

Charles Farrier, an anti-CCTV campaigner and activist from the UK is in Jersey this week to present to the Jersey Human Rights Group and to Scrutiny. We have borrowed his time on Wednesday lunchtime at CHOW.

Charles will speak for 15 mins on the subject of "Why should Christians be concerned about more CCTV"

After which there will be a response from our panel of representatives from business, law enforcement and the Street Pastors.

Our Panel is:

Heather Morton – Coordinator of Jersey Street Pastors

And

Clive Forbes – Former UK Police Detective and police intelligence expert

And

The audience! – We are relying on you all for questions and comments to better understand the implications for the Christian community and for wider society.

Simon Nash

Simon Nash

Founder of a start-up business called Insight. Its mission is to change the thinking of businesses about people and work. Formerly global HR Director of an international professional services firm and churchwarden of an Anglican parish, Simon has been having a year of reinvention, recovery and renewal. Simon lives in Jersey with Katie and their three boys; Edward, Adam and Benedict 

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