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Reimagining with Rayjon

Rayjon Share Care of Sarnia, Inc.

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International Cooperation in Haiti and the DR: Leaning into conversation with our Haitian and Dominican partners, and listening to their perspectives on urgent social justice issues, local solutions to sustainable development, human rights, and what a healthy partnership in international cooperation looks like. Join us as our guests share their lived experiences and insights into how we can, together, support lasting transformative and community-driven change. We’ll touch on themes of: anti- ...
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Museums and Chill

ICOM - International Council of Museums

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Museums and Chill is a one-of-a-kind podcast, where museum practitioners and thinkers from all over the world will discuss their inspiration, strategies, innovations and challenges. Each of the episodes will be in a different language (English, French and Spanish)
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Alejandro Bermúdez, reconocido periodista católico, acompañado por un experto nos presenta temas de actualidad con la perspectiva de la enseñanza de la Iglesia Católica.
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Have you ever thought of museums as powerful tools for education and research? In this Museums and Chill Special we focus on this year's International Museum Day theme: Museums for Education and Research as we learn how museums can be powerful tools for education and research, especially for underserved communities with Heidi McKinnon, the inspirin…
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In this episode of Museums and Chill we dive into the exciting world of Ki Culture, an organization bridging the gap between culture and sustainability. Join the conversation as they explore the role museums can play in fostering a more sustainable future and engaging with their communities in new and meaningful ways. Tune in to learn how museums c…
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Les nouvelles qui arrivent d'Haïti ne sont pas bonnes : l'insécurité politique, la terreur des gangs, la crise humanitaire... Qu'est-ce qui se passe réellement ? Pourquoi tout ça se passe-t-il dans le pays? Y a-t-il des bonnes nouvelles ? Comment les Haïtiens peuvent-ils survivre ? Prospérer ? Quel chemin existe-t-il pour qu'Haïti puisse aller au-d…
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Este episodio de Museums and Chill es una reveladora exploración de la traducción de la definición de museo del ICOM a dos versiones de la lengua maya. También profundizamos en el complejo proceso de adaptación lingüística. Además, conocemos los grandes retos a los que se enfrentan las comunidades indígenas en el ámbito de los museos, especialmente…
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Dans le dernier épisode de Museums and Chill, nous avons eu le plaisir d'interviewer M. Ibrahim Tchan, directeur de l'écomusée Tata Somba, le premier musée écologique d'Afrique de l'Ouest. Au cœur de notre discussion, M. Tchan a partagé les initiatives de développement durable du musée, soulignant l'importance de la collaboration avec la communauté…
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News reports from Haiti aren’t good: political insecurity, gang terror, humanitarian crisis… What’s really happening? Why is it happening? Is there any good news? What are average Haitians to survive? To thrive? What path forward exists for Haiti to rise about the news headlines and claim her right to a better future? How can caring Canadians actua…
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This episode is a short preview, a special bonus glimpse into our upcoming full-length episode, ‘Facts, Fiction and Forward to a Self-Made Haiti’. The full episode takes us deep in conversation with renowned author and scholar Dr. Myriam J. A. Chancy, beloved author, artist and poet Gabriel Osson, and Director of Rayjon Share Care in Haiti, Mr. Ren…
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In this new episode of Museums and Chill, we talk to Professor Helene Chatterjee about the relationship of museums and culture to health and wellbeing. Find out how museum spaces serve as havens, fostering a sense of calm and inspiration. Can a visit to a museum really contribute to your overall wellbeing? Dr Charterjee shares ideas, backed by rese…
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En este nuevo episodio de Museums and Chill, conversamos con Marina Sala sobre el rol de los museos y los derechos humanos Exploramos las diversas formas en que los museos se pueden comprometer activamente con los derechos humanos, ahondando en los polifacéticos papeles que desempeñan en la promoción y salvaguardia de estos principios fundamentales…
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En este nuevo episodio, damos la bienvenida a Paola Escobar y Álvaro Gundín de ‘Hecho con corazón’ – Mujeres artesanas tejen sus memorias a través de los bosques del Amazonas. Junto a un equipo de trabajo multidisciplinario se realizó un proceso de investigación de los tres museos participantes, la presentación de conversatorio virtual “Museos amaz…
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In this episode of Museums and Chill, we welcome Sigidimnak’ Noxs Ts’aawit, Dr. Amy Parent and Barbara Fillion to talk about the rematriation of the House of Ni’isjoohl memorial pole.The House of Ni’isjoohl memorial pole makes its way home from Scotland as the first totem pole rematriated from the United Kingdom. The rematriation of the pole is the…
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Bienvenue dans ce nouvel épisode de Museums and Chill. Dans cet épisode, nous nous penchons sur le thème de la décolonisation et de son impact transformateur sur les musées, la culture et la société. Nos invitées sont Gerty Dambury et Hortense Belhôte. Dans cette conversation passionnante, nous avons l'honneur d'avoir deux invitées exceptionnelles …
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In this new episode of 'Museums and Chill', we welcome Kate, the mind behind Museum Drip. Join us as we discuss the importance of creating a more welcoming museum experience. Kate talks about how museums can embrace inclusivity and create spaces that cater to the needs of diverse audiences. She explores the significance of accommodating different g…
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En este episodio, conversamos con Jaime Cobian, fundador del Museo-Memoria LGBTTTIQ+ México.En esta conversación, exploramos el poder de la memoria como una herramienta para crear conciencia y promover la igualdad en la comunidad LGBTQI+. Jaime comparte la inspiración detrás de la creación del Museo de la Memoria, su visión y los desafíos que enfre…
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Dans ce deuxième épisode de Museums and Chill, nous explorons le fonctionnent du cerveau dans le monde des musées en lien avec la journée internationale des musées qui aura lieu le 18 mai sur le thème « Durabilité et bien-être ».Le deuxième épisode du podcast "Museum and Chill" propose une exploration captivante de l'intersection entre les musées e…
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In this first episode of "Museums and Chill," we delve into the fascinating world of museum architecture and how it influences the overall museum experience. From the iconic Guggenheim in Bilbao, Spain, to the Louvre Museum in Paris, we explore how museum buildings can shape our perceptions and interactions with art and history. Join us as we speak…
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To many North Americans, the Dominican Republic is known for its sandy beaches and pristine resorts, but there is a story that runs deeper than the clear water along the coast. In the Dominican Republic, a 2013 legal change stripped hundreds of thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent of their Dominican nationality, leaving them stateless. Rayjon…
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Por muchos norteamericanos, la República Dominicana es conocida por sus playas de arena y centros turísticos hermosos, pero hay una historia que corre más profundo que el agua clara a lo largo de la costa. En la República Dominicana, un cambio legal de 2013 despojó a cientos de miles de dominicanos de ascendencia haitiana de su nacionalidad dominic…
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En este episodio, nuestro host Mathieu Viau-Courville platica con Karen Worcman; directora y fundadora del Museo de la persona en São Paulo y Eddie Avila; director de Rising Voices sobre cómo las memorias de sufrimiento se exponen como parte de esfuerzos colectivos en la construcción de una conciencia histórica e identitaria. Así que, seas un profe…
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El Arzobsipo Espinoza nos explica los planes que tienen en la Arquidiocesis de Quito para organizar el 53° Congreso Eucarístico Internacional que se celebrará en el año 2024, “con motivo del 150° aniversario de la consagración de ese noble país al Sagrado Corazón de Jesús”.By CARA A CARA
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