Best Refugee Rights podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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After The Snap
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A virtual refugee camp for everyone affected by Thanos' snap (and any other depressing, sci-fi stuff). We'll visit every cinematic universe, but call Marvel home!!
 
Political talk without the boring parts—featuring the writers, activists and artists who shape the week in news. Hosted by Jon Wiener and presented by The Nation Magazine.
 
It's your world. Jump in.
 
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Al Jazeera World
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A weekly showcase of one-hour documentary films from across the Al Jazeera Network.
 
A show about human rights coming to you every week from the Cambridge Centre of Governance and Human Rights. Tune in each week as our panel explores the rights and wrongs of contemporary politics, joined by fascinating guests from the University of Cambridge and around the world.(All rights reserved, so to speak. Our theme song, "Relative Dimensions", was created by the artificial intelligence at JukeDeck.)
 
Missouri Health Talks travels throughout the state gathering conversations between Missourians about issues of access to healthcare.
 
Spotlight on legal issues affecting our daily lives, supported by the Faculty of Law at the University of Otago
 
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Thinking Allowed
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New research on how society works
 
Hi Everyone, "Telling It How It Is" serves as an informative podcast where People of Color and Allies from diverse backgrounds discuss their experience in Law School, in the professional world and their personal lives. We will be talking about various Social justice issues we encounter and deal with on a daily basis as well as those going on Globally. The Co-Hosts Nas and Marili will be taking you through the current events and applicable laws. The areas that will be discussed are: Immigrati ...
 
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COMMONS
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A politics show for people who hate politics.
 
Revealing and candid one-hour conversations with a different special guest every week, featuring fascinating people from the worlds of sport, politics, entertainment, activism and the media.Subscribe to get a brand new episode every Monday.
 
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TEDTalks Health
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From way-new medical breakthroughs to smart daily health habits, doctors and researchers share their discoveries about medicine and well-being onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
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Small Changes
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Small Changes is a series of one-on-one interviews with people who've seen a problem in the world and set out to change it - often in small and unexpected ways
 
NPR's top daily news about world events, politics, economy and culture. Download the World Story of the Day podcast.
 
CBC Radio's The Current is a meeting place of perspectives with a fresh take on issues that affect Canadians today.
 
News, Analysis and Service from Germany and Europe - in 30 Languages
 
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Radio Derb
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VDARE.com columnist John Derbyshire reviews the week's news.
 
Host Marco Werman and his team of producers bring you the world's most interesting stories that remind us just how small our planet really is. PRI's The World, the radio program, is heard every weekday on over 300 public stations across North America.
 
Join students in college classrooms to hear lectures on topics ranging from the American Revolution to 9-11.
 
Journalists, policymakers, diplomats and academics discuss global news beyond the headlines.
 
The Irish Times' unrivalled foreign affairs coverage, now brought to you in weekly podcast form. Hosted by Chris Dooley with regular contributors Patrick Smyth, Denis Staunton, Lara Marlowe, Suzanne Lynch, Derek Scally, Tom Hennigan, Clifford Coonan and Ruadhan Mac Cormaic. 761976
 
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America Abroad
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America Abroad is an award-winning documentary radio program distributed by Public Radio International (PRI) and broadcast on public radio stations nationwide. Each month, we take an in-depth look at one critical issue in international affairs and U.S. foreign policy.
 
A lefty take on politics and economics in Canada and beyond. Catch journalist Michal Rozworski interview leading left economists, journalists and other figures on topics of the day.
 
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Africa Today
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News and analysis from the BBC's Focus on Africa. The Africa Today podcast is published from Monday to Friday. It contains the day's top African stories.
 
​Presented by ​Andrew Mueller, Monocle 24’s flagship global-affairs show features​ expert guests ​and in-depth analysis of the big issues of the week. Winner in the ‘best current affairs’ category of the 2018 British Podcast awards.
 
Education International is the voice of teachers and other education employees across the globe. A federation of 396 associations and unions in 171 countries and territories, it represents some 32.5 million educators and support professionals in education institutions from early childhood to university.EdVoices is Education International's podcast on education policy and practice, published bi-weekly in several languages (mainly English, French, and Spanish).
 
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Engaging Missions
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God stories delivered right to your earbuds. Powerful Stories from Christian Missionaries, Church Planters, and Ministry Leaders.
 
News and commentary on interracial crime, race differences, white advocacy, Third World immigration, anti-white racism, and white identity.
 
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Madness Radio
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Voices and Visions from Outside Mental Health
 
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Team Never Quit
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Two Navy SEALs who’ve known each other for years sharing their amazing life experiences in a humorous, heartfelt and entertaining way. Never before have two people brought such substantial backstories to anchor their ability to pull the best out of the people they interview. Marcus Luttrell and David Rutherford are committed to their mission of helping people face their greatest challenges in order to learn the Never Quit mindset. The TNQ Podcast is the most authentic, positive, and inspirin ...
 
What Should I Read Next? is the show for every reader who has ever finished a book and faced the problem of not knowing what to read next. Each week, Anne Bogel, of the blog Modern Mrs Darcy, interviews a reader about the books they love, the books they hate, and the books they're reading now. Then, she makes recommendations about what to read next. The real purpose of the show is to help YOU find your next read.
 
Where does the centre-left belong in the modern world? Alison McGovern, Richard Angell and Conor Pope look at the ideas and the people to take us forward in the regular podcast from Progress.
 
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The World Today
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The World Today is a comprehensive current affairs program which backgrounds, analyses, interprets and encourages debate on events and issues of interest and importance to all Australians.
 
Greg Jorgensen and Ed Knuth have been knocking around Bangkok since the turn of the century. Exploring its dark corners, eating its amazing food, and interacting with its fascinating people, the two have gotten to know and love the Big Mango in all its awful, magnificent glory. Every week they chat about topics near and dear to those living here, those visiting here, or those who are just curious about what it's like to live in Asia's craziest city.
 
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Global Security
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It's your world. Jump in.
 
*NOT A JOKE, SO STOP ASKING!* News brief. Exposing the CONSPIRACIES and dark secrets that HIDE in plain sight, nestled within your nightly news!Time to read between the headlines!!
 
Overhear researchers talk about what they do and why they do it. Hear them obsess, confess and profess - changing the world one experiment, one paper and one interview at a time. Listen in as seasoned eavesdropper Chris Hatzis follows reporters Dr Andi Horvath and Steve Grimwade on their meetings with magnificent minds. Made possible by the University of Melbourne.
 
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ECO CHIC
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Sustainability is a good look! ~ Hosted by a graduate student in Climate Science, each week we are talking about climate change and sustainability from a whole bunch of different angles.
 
The world's leading small business growth experts share their very best strategies and tactics to help you explode your profits and simplify your life. Entertaining, fun, and ALWAYS full of money-making advice.
 
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Empire Files
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The podcast version of a documentary & interview series on war and inequality from the heart of Empire hosted by Abby Martin. New episode every week on teleSUR english.
 
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Just a Minute
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Church of God General Overseer, Dr. Tim Hill gives you a personal strategy for daily victory..all in 60 seconds.
 
Rank and File Worker and Trade Union Show, covering current affairs, progressive issues and news and events from the labour movement. Includes "The Week That Was" with Kevin Healy.
 
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WBEZ's Worldview
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WBEZ's global affairs program. Featuring in-depth conversations about international issues and their local impact. Also, foreign film reviews and human rights commentaries. Hosted by Jerome McDonnell. This podcast is free, in mp3, and updated weekdays.
 
Weekly Conservative Podcast
 
The Castan Centre is a world-renowned academic centre using its human rights expertise to create a more just world where human rights are respected and protected, allowing people to pursue their lives in freedom and with dignity.
 
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TCF World Podcast
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The Century Foundation (TCF) is a progressive think tank that seeks to foster opportunity, reduce inequality, and promote security at home and abroad.
 
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Reaction from Rome, where a dayslong Vatican summit on sexual abuse has been held. Also, Robert Mueller could issue a report soon on his investigation into connections between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia. And we turn our eyes to the skies with two stories about space.By techsupport@pri.org (PRI's The World).
 
On today's show:An update on the Trump-Russia investigation A film series that examines the intersection of art and religionA musical... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By podcasts@chicagopublicradio.org (WBEZ Chicago).
 
A convoy of vehicles belonging to an American oil and gas company has been ambushed in northern Mozambique. It was reported that at least one worker was killed in the first such attack in an area where an Islamist militant group is active.Plus we hear from Nigeria on the eve of the delayed presidential and legislative elections.And our satirica ...…
 
Dueling benefit concerts within shouting distance, a Saturday deadline for moving aid across the border.What could possibly go wrong? Richard Branson sponsoring a concert in the Colombian border town of Cucuta to raise funds for humanitarian aid that Venezuela's president doesn't want.
 
Artificial intelligence relates to how a machine or computer programme mimics some of the qualities of the human mind. But how does it apply to the medical world? At Paris's Cochin hospital, a number of start-ups are working on computer programmes to revolutionise the field – in particular for cancer treatment. We went to find out more.…
 
The threat should not be underestimated. In northern Europe, Russian President Vladimir Putin's unpredictable behaviour is causing concern in former Soviet bloc countries such as Estonia, but also over in Sweden. Facing military intimidation, cyber attacks and disinformation campaigns, these countries accuse Russia of waging a "hybrid war" agai ...…
 
In India, a train has been transformed into a travelling hospital. Known as the Lifeline Express, it's been criss-crossing the vast country since 1991, providing much-needed and free healthcare to the poor in India's most remote areas. Our France 2 colleagues report, with FRANCE 24's Catherine Viette.…
 
Ottawa was gripped when Michael Wernick, clerk of the privy council, spoke before the justice committee Thursday. But has it shed any more light on the SNC-Lavalin affair? We ask three experts to dissect what he had to say.
 
The technology to send astronauts to Mars may be here before we know it, but the trip to get there could put astronauts under serious psychological strain. We look at some of the work being done to understand and improve that often-overlooked aspect of travelling to the stars: astronauts' mental health.…
 
The National Energy Board has released a list of conditions that will have to be met for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to go ahead. We speak to Mia Rabson, energy and environment reporter with The Canadian Press, about what lies ahead for the troubled project.
 
Here's an unusual way to stay feeling young and healthy: inject the blood of a younger person directly into your veins. A company in the U.S. was charging people thousands of dollars for a litre of blood from someone aged 16-25, but authorities have warned that "there is no proven clinical benefit." We look at the latest idea in bio-hacking.…
 
Ottawa was gripped when Michael Wernick, clerk of the privy council, spoke before the justice committee Thursday. But has it shed any more light on the SNC-Lavalin affair? We ask three experts to dissect what he had to say.
 
The technology to send astronauts to Mars may be here before we know it, but the trip to get there could put astronauts under serious psychological strain. We look at some of the work being done to understand and improve that often-overlooked aspect of travelling to the stars: astronauts' mental health.…
 
Here's an unusual way to stay feeling young and healthy: inject the blood of a younger person directly into your veins. A company in the U.S. was charging people thousands of dollars for a litre of blood from someone aged 16-25, but authorities have warned that "there is no proven clinical benefit." We look at the latest idea in bio-hacking.…
 
The National Energy Board has released a list of conditions that will have to be met for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to go ahead. We speak to Mia Rabson, energy and environment reporter with The Canadian Press, about what lies ahead for the troubled project.
 
A gateway to Europe, the Greek island of Lesbos saw tens of thousands of refugees arrive in 2015. Back then, the islanders rushed to help the new arrivals. But today, sympathy has given way to exasperation. Many migrants are stuck on the island, waiting for their asylum requests to be processed. Their living conditions are dire; some have lost ...…
 
From farmlands to kitchens, technology is playing a pivotal role in ensuring better yields and disease-free food. In this edition, we tell you about the novel solutions researchers are developing in the fields of IoT sensors, satellite imagery and blockchain technologies. And in Test 24, we try the AntBot, which copies desert ants' exceptional ...…
 
In this show, we take you behind the scenes of Argentinian dance show "Che Malambo" here in Paris. Also: we look at a new French nuclear submarine thriller "Le Chant du Loup" ("The Wolf's Call") starring Omar Sy. And, after the wildly successful Gustav Klimt show, Paris's art space Atelier des Lumières returns with a spectacular light art exhib ...…
 
France is a country of paradoxes: it's famous for strong feminist figures like Simone de Beauvoir and Simone Veil, but there's still a long way to go until women have true equality in the workplace and in politics. Join us for this episode of French Connections Plus where we look at women's rights in France. We ask Annette Young, host of FRANCE ...…
 
In this edition, is the push for equality causing a crisis for masculinity? We talk to Canadian academic and author, Francis Dupuis-Déri, who argues that it is definitely not the case. We also meet Raya Haffar El Hassan who's the first-ever female to be in charge of security in an Arab country, after being appointed Interior Minister in Lebanon.…
 
In October 2018, the equivalent of three months of rainfall was dumped on southwest France in just a few hours, swelling rivers and flooding fields and towns. The raging torrents reignited fears that arsenic pollution, already present in the waterways after decades of gold and arsenic mining, could be spread more widely over the Orbiel valley. ...…
 
This week, a string of governments slammed their doors shut on youngsters wanting to return from Syria after joining the Islamic State group. In today's Perspective, we spoke to Sonia Khush, Syria Response Director for the charity Save The Children. Its latest report touches on the issue of jihadist repatriations, and raises concerns about the ...…
 
Canberra is seeking answers from Beijing as Australian coal is reportedly blocked from entering a key Chinese port. Also today, trade talks between the US and China continue in Washington, and mankind's first privately-funded Moon lander has lifted off.
 
IN THE PAPERS - Friday, February 22, 2019: After this week's deadly fire in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, papers blame local authorities for failing to enforce laws that ban chemicals from being stored in residential buildings. We also look at ongoing protests in Algeria over President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's bid for a fifth term. Plus, Emmanue ...…
 
Nigeria is all set for presidential and parliamentary polls this weekend, this after last Saturday's vote was postponed for a week at the last minute. Senegal is also due for an election this weekend - we report on the role of religion in the campaign. And we hear from Nice Nailantei Leng'ete, a Kenyan activist whose pioneering work is helping ...…
 
What a week it has been. On this extra show, deputy director Stephanie Lloyd catches up with her colleague Katie Curtis to discuss the Labour leadership's response to the Labour split, how deselections could be bad for diversity in the parliamentary Labour party and how we can stop George Galloway from rejoining the Labour party.…
 
The show starts in Lagos, Nigeria and ends in Chicago. Things just needed to be said! Facebook Tweet me Instagram Donate!! Tech Live "Tech Live" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0 From
 
I started working The Greatest Student Job Ever 42 years ago today.
 
China's decision to restrict Australian coal could potentially be damaging to the Federal budget and the Australian dollar; politicians, academics and survivors of dowry abuse gather in Sydney for a national summit to tackle the problem; and tension in Venezuelan politics continue to rise as President Nicolas Maduro orders a closure of Venezuel ...…
 
About five years ago, Qantas was reeling from a 2.8 billion dollar loss which took the airline to the brink of possible collapse. Qantas is now back flying high – though its first half profit announced this morning has lost altitude, coming in 16 per cent lower at 498 million dollars.
 
The Federal Government isn't clear on why China ports have apparently put a ban on Australian coal imports, but the move is potentially damaging for resources companies, the federal budget and the Australian dollar.
 
The Federal Government has legal advice suggesting a major flaw in the medevac bill. Asylum seekers who are brought to Australia for medical treatment may not be sent back to Nauru or Manus Island according to the Attorney-General.
 
Reserve Bank governor Dr Philip Lowe warns against jumping to conclusions for reasons behind China's ban on Australian coal at its Dalian port.
 
Scott Morrison is meeting Jacinda Ardern, his New Zealand counterpart, today. Tensions in the Pacific are expected to top the agenda. Both countries have intensified their diplomacy in the region as China continues to assert itself.
 
Shamima Begum's UK citizenship has been revoked for travelling to Syria after joining IS, prompting debate over whether the 19-year-old is left stateless. Australia's Parliament is considering a bill to strengthen powers to strip citizenship, including making association with terrorists an eligible offence.…
 
In the wake of a Senate inquiry, which recommended the Family Law Act be amended to include economic abuse – including dowry abuse as a form of family violence – a national summit of politicians, experts and survivors is being held today to tackle the problem.
 
Venezuela's embattled President Nicolas Maduro has ordered the closure of his country's border with Brazil as a row over foreign aid escalates.
 
On today's show:Three of the 14 candidates in Chicago’s 2019 mayoral race propose a financial transaction tax, known colloquially as a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By podcasts@chicagopublicradio.org (WBEZ Chicago).
 
Saudi officials try to market the kingdom as a tourist destination. Plus, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has a government in crisis. And a report out this week finds Americans have few options when it comes to recycled tissue products, including toilet paper, and it's having a devastating impact on Canada's northern forests.…
 
Bishops from around the world are converging on the Vatican for a conference on tackling sexual abuse - we take a look at some commentary online. Also, bad buzz for Nike after a basketball star in the US twists his ankle due to his shoes falling apart 30 seconds into a game. And France laments pétanque not becoming an Olympic sport.…
 
When an American flees to join ISIS, should they be allowed to come home? Hoda Muthana left Alabama to join ISIS in Syria after being radicalized online. Now — after the collapse of the extremist group's stronghold in Syria — she's in a refugee camp and wants to return home. But US President Donald Trump made it pretty clear he doesn't want her ...…
 
Robyn Schelp and Molly Myers are both moms of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities here in Columbia. Robyn has three sons, and her 11-year-old has an unknown genetic disorder. Molly has an 8-year-old son who is missing a part of his brain, twin girls who were born prematurely and another three-year-old daughter. They spoke ...…
 
Melanie Hickcox and Monica Palmer both work at Feeding Missouri, a coalition of Missouri food banks. Melanie is the SNAP project manager, and Monica is the communications manager. During the partial government shutdown in January, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as SNAP or food stamp benefits, distributed February be ...…
 
Happy Thursday! We have a quick episode today all about ten easy things that you can totally start making on your own with your food scraps. Even if you’re not able to compost, you can definitely start to reduce your kitchen waste by rethinking what you’re purchasing, and how you can make some things on your own with what you already have. We’r ...…
 
Can the Catholic Church reform itself? A landmark conference on sex abuse presided by the pope himself marks the latest attempt by the Vatican to hit the reset button. Since the first time the Church addressed the crisis under John Paul II, the floodgates have opened with an ever-growing list of cases and cover-ups. To restore faith, the hierar ...…
 
In a conflict as polarizing as Syria’s, journalists often struggle to decide how best to bring to their audiences the voices of their sources and subjects. In this episode, two journalists who have written extensively about the conflict in Syria discuss the complexity of opinions in the country and their experiences speaking to Syrians who are ...…
 
The UN's representative for South Sudan discusses recent fighting. The Nigerians getting a free ride home to vote. Singer Lorraine Klaasen on South Africa's 'golden era of music'.
 
FRANCE 24 has obtained new documents about the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. They appear to show that there were disagreements between France's Élysée palace and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs about whether or not to arrest those responsible for the Rwandan genocide in 1994.
 
Former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe, who led the bureau for three months last year, contends a "crime may have been committed" during U.S. President Donald Trump's dismissal of FBI chief James Comey.
 
Winter sports may be the latest casualty of climate change, as advocates say winters are getting shorter, and certain sports are becoming less viable. We talk to two skiers about what's being done to save the snow.
 
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