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A journey around the world through conversation. News reporting is heavily influenced by business & political models that capitalize on narratives of crisis, war, and disaster. As a result we get a distorted view of what life actually looks like for large segments of the planet, as we’re conditioned to accept stereotypes, political narratives, and judgements that have little basis in reality. Through open conversation and personal stories, Latitude Adjustment will highlight places & communit ...
 
Autie Talk shares the stories, thoughts and emotions of people with autism. The ups, downs and everyday's of life on the autistic spectrum. This isn't a guide to autism but a view of life through a neurologically different lens. Features include: The Interview. Someone on or connected to the autistic spectrum. Autie Rant. Louise gets annoyed by everyday things. Mum's Club. Parents talk about supporting children. The Expert. Someone with specialist knowledge pops by. Therapy Corner. No one pu ...
 
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This episode is the second part of a two part series. In part two we focus on the work of the Allamin Foundation, and of Hamsatu Allamin the organization’s founder. The Allamin Foundation works on the ground in Northeastern Nigeria with survivors of Boko Haram. Episode one is focused on the origins of Boko Haram, its framing in the media, and some …
 
Today’s show is the first of a two-part series on Boko Haram. For this episode we speak to Mercy Ette. Mercy is a Nigerian journalist and a visiting research fellow at the University of Leeds. Where she is working to establish a survivor group to tackle stigmatization and isolation among survivors of Boko Haram. Allamin Foundation, which is feature…
 
On May 8th, 85 people were killed in a bomb attack near a school in Kabul. Many of those killed were young women. The bomb was detonated in a part of Kabul that is home to the Hazara, an Afghan minority group that has been a frequent target of attacks, including a massacre in a maternity war last year that killed 24 people. The Hazara are a predomi…
 
For this second of two episodes about current events in Palestine we will be focusing specifically on the situation in East Jerusalem, and in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah. East Jerusalem, which contains the old city, has been illegally occupied by Israel since the Israeli military captured it, along with the rest of the West Ban…
 
This episode is the first of a two part series we are doing on Palestine. This episode focuses on voices from Gaza, while the next episode highlights voices from east Jerusalem. You don’t need to listen to them in any particular order, but we strongly recommend that you listen to both in their entirety. You will hear a lot today about the psycholog…
 
For this episode we catch up with Indian journalist, and previous guest, Meena Menon to discuss the current status of press freedom in India, and in particular how the subject relates to reporting on the COVID pandemic. According to RSF (Reporters Without Borders) 2021 Global Press Freedom Index, India holds a rank of 142nd. Be sure to catch part o…
 
This episode is the first of a two-part discussion about the erupting COVID crisis in India. Be sure to catch episode 80 as well, which deals with the status of press freedom in India and how it relates to reporting on the pandemic. Those following the world news headlines for the past few days will be aware that that Mumbai and its surrounding sta…
 
Perhaps one of the least represented perspectives we’ve covered on this show is that of the forests that feed and shelter us, provide our medicines, replenish our soil, sustain our wildlife, color our landscapes, and which address the most basic of all human needs, the need to breathe. Originally from Chile, Nicolas Salazar Sutil currently resides …
 
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