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“Spotlight: Justice for Women,” a podcast by the Wilson Center, explores gender-based violence and the barriers women face when they seek justice. According to the WHO, one in three women worldwide experiencing violence during her lifetime and one in four women will experience domestic abuse, the most common form of gender-based violence. Although many countries have passed laws criminalizing violence against women, attitudes toward gender and violence are complex and deeply-ingrained in soc ...
 
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Activists occupy a government building in Mexico City as they demand the Federal Government to do more to end gender-based violence in a country where some 3,700 women were killed last year. Also it's a condition that affects one in 10 women; takes an average of 10 years to diagnose and in some cases, can lead to infertility. Yet why do we not know…
 
Activists occupy a government building in Mexico City as they demand the Federal Government to do more to end gender-based violence in a country where some 3,700 women were killed last year. Also it's a condition that affects one in 10 women; takes an average of 10 years to diagnose and in some cases, can lead to infertility. Yet why do we not know…
 
In this episode, Sandy and Nora talk about femicide in Canada and how political inaction isn’t because there is a lack of understanding or of resources, but because politicians literally do not care that women are being killed. Plus, we talk about a boat that is no longer stuck in the Suez. Update to the murder investigation in Hawkesbury: five sus…
 
Picture the last story you read or heard about a woman killed by a man. Where did she live? How old was she? Why did you picture it that way? With much of 2020 spent under stay-at-home orders, it’s not a surprise that Canada saw a jump in femicide. But what is surprising is what we do and don’t do about it. And which stories get told. This is the p…
 
Hyun-Jung Grant 51 Soon-Chung Park 74 Sun-cha Kim 69 Yong-Ae Yue 63 May they rest in peace and power [1]Today’s show is intended to help us understand better the complexity and nuances of what happened in Atlanta and the anti-Asian violence around the country. All the victims above were murdered by a 21-year-old misogynist, racist white man. “He is…
 
Police response to death of Sarah Everard reminds reporter Yvonne Roberts of the Yorkshire Ripper killings; Helen Pidd reports on the murder of an Afghanistan veteran that has also put the spotlight on cycle of women being killed by men. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus…
 
He was two months away from turning 100. Prince Philip had occupied the job of consort of the British monarch for nearly seven decades. In 2014, the Queen paid a historic visit to Northern Ireland where Prince Philip^found himself alongside the late Martin McGuiness whose IRA in a previous life had assassinated his uncle Lord Mountbatten. The Russi…
 
Tytti Tuppurainen is Europe minister of Finland, the country that's been officially named as the world's happiest by the United Nations for the fourth year running. Finland currently has one of the lowest rates of Covid-19 infection in the European Union and is above the EU average for delivering first doses of Covid-19 vaccines. Finland is also se…
 
This week we're putting the focus on a delicate issue: euthanasia. The right to die has yet to be legalised here in France, despite a majority of citizens supporting the move. But a year away from the next presidential poll, MPs are now piling the pressure on Emmanuel Macron to bring about a breakthrough via new legislation. We take a closer look a…
 
Archaeological sites in Sudan can be found across the Nile Valley. These pyramids, temples, statues, jewels and other archaeological treasures date from the Meroitic Empire, an ancient Nubian dynasty that ruled over a vast territory from the 3rd century BC to the 4th century AD. But this priceless heritage is today under threat from urbanisation, g…
 
In this edition we look at a resource becoming ever scarcer across the world: water. In Jordan, where it has been a source of concern for centuries, climate change and the effects of industrialisation are today taking a heavy toll. The kingdom is trying to find solutions to bring clean water to its people but also to save one of its natural wonders…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, top US immunologist Dr Anthony Fauci discussed the state of the Covid-19 pandemic in the US and around the world. The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and White House chief medical adviser welcomed the faster pace of vaccination in the US, saying it gave him hope the situa…
 
With France pledging to triple or even quadruple its solar energy production by 2028, one of the biggest challenges is finding the necessary space to build the solar farms. Rooftops alone can't solve the problem. The most cost-effective method is installing photovoltaic panels at ground level, but this will require an additional 3,000 to 4,000 hect…
 
Amazon warehouse workers in the US city of Bessemer, Alabama are deciding whether to form the first-ever union at the tech giant, which strongly opposes the campaign. With around half the ballots counted, votes against unionisation are ahead by a comfortable margin. Plus, the US adds more Chinese firms to a government blacklist and we look at the h…
 
IN THE PRESS – Friday, April 9, 2021: We look at media coverage of the upcoming trial between Apple and Epic Games, after both sides filed their position statements on Thursday. The maker of popular video game Fortnite is accusing Apple of anti-competitive practices and of creating a market monopoly. We then turn to what could be a "glorious summer…
 
Have you ever been mistaken for somebody else by a stranger? They call you by another name and you say “Sorry, that’s not me.” And they say something like, “Oh, I’m sorry, you look just like them.” Sometimes, they might add with a smile, “Are you sure you’re not related?” And you say nope, and off you go. Today’s story is what happens when you disc…
 
South African university bosses say there's little chance that student debt could ever be written off. As the cost of education in the country mounts, so does frustration, as our correspondents report. Also, Scotland's University of Aberdeen will soon return a sculpture to Nigeria. The bronze was part of a haul of thousands of items looted by Briti…
 
In tonight's edition: A tense run-up to elections in Benin leaves one dead and several people wounded by gunfire in protests in the central city of Savé. Also, two years after the revolution that toppled Sudanese dictator Omar al-Bashir, hundreds of people who disappeared during the violent upheaval are still missing. Their loved ones are desperate…
 
While China claims to have conquered Covid-19 and as the United States runs ahead of schedule in its inoculation drive, let's talk about India, where the race to vaccinate is a race against time in a nation hit hard by virulent new strains. We ask about nighttime curfews and weekend lockdowns that citizens here in Europe can certainly relate to. We…
 
As employers begin to prepare for staff to return to offices, what lessons should they and we as workers take from the past year? Stephen Carroll speaks to labour economist Milena Nikolova, an associate professor at the University of Groningen. She tells us that self-employed people could provide some useful ideas about how to organise remote work …
 
We've talked about the baguette multiple times on French Connections, but there's some exciting news for this quintessential symbol of France! The government has nominated the staple bread stick for inclusion on the UN's intangible cultural heritage register. The list aims to protect traditions, knowledge and skills so that they are not lost over t…
 
In this edition we discover a very special type of concert. With venues closed due to Covid-19, classical musicians are bringing their art to the courtyards of Parisians, as our team reports. We also look at several symbols of France, including the famous "baguette". We see what makes it so special and why the French are campaigning for it to be in…
 
"At this point in the Covid-19 pandemic, even the most deluded leaders would struggle to deny that our social, economic and political systems are broken." These were the words of Agnès Callamard, the new secretary general of Amnesty International, as she launched the human rights NGO's annual report on Wednesday.…
 
It’s been … a bad year for economies, to put it mildly. The jobless rate has risen just about everywhere. Small businesses across Canada have scratched and clawed to stay afloat. Larger businesses have fared better, but have also issued layoffs to compensate for loss of revenue. And even as vaccines roll out and the end of the pandemic is in sight,…
 
The death of George Floyd after being restrained by Minneapolis police last year sparked a wave of outrage that swept across the US and then the world. Now the police officer who knelt on Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes is on trial for his murder. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus…
 
Jocelyn Ulrich is a GPH alumna who graduated with a concentration in global health policy and management in 2009. Jocelyn has over 15 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry and currently works as a Deputy Vice President in Medical Innovation Policy in the Policy and Research department at PhRMA, the Pharmaceutical Researchers and Manufa…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2018: How an extreme libertarian tract predicting the collapse of liberal democracies – written by Jacob Rees-Mogg’s father – inspired the likes of Peter Thiel to buy up property across the Paci…
 
Award-winning filmmaker Nicolas Sene drew inspiration from Nanterre's Pablo Picasso housing project and its iconic "cloud towers" for his short films. As an activity leader involved in his local community, he also wanted to create links between Picasso the artist and the youth from the neighbourhood. The Banlieue Project team went to meet him.…
 
This week, we're looking at the Palestinian struggle through the lens. We're joined by Palestinian-British filmmaker Farah Nabulsi, whose short movie "The Present" has been nominated for the Oscars and BAFTAs. It centres around a Palestinian man and his young daughter, who set out in the West Bank to buy his wife an anniversary gift: a fridge. The …
 
You’ve probably never heard of Line 5. It’s an offshoot of Enbridge’s main pipeline and it moves more than a half-million barrels of crude oil and natural gas from Alberta, through the United States and back across the border to Sarnia, Ont. Unless the state of Michigan gets its way and shuts it down on May 12. The pipeline is more than 60 years ol…
 
The Everyone’s Invited website has collected 14,000 testimonies so far, painting a picture of widespread sexual harassment and violence in our schools. Everyone’s Invited founder Soma Sara and the Guardian’s senior news reporter Alexandra Topping discuss the outcry, the impact and whose responsibility it is to do something about it. Help support ou…
 
We all want this pandemic to be over. But it’s not. And vaccines alone won’t stop the third wave of Covid-19 that’s now rolling over much of Canada. The third wave is driven by variants, and you’ve probably heard them mentioned many times. But what are they? How are they worse than original Covid? What stops them and what doesn’t? Do vaccines work …
 
The eastern French city of Verdun is a place of memory which symbolises the terrible human cost of World War I. Hundreds of thousands of French and German soldiers died there during 300 days of bitter combat in 1916. Every year, soldiers' bones and belongings are discovered around the city and carefully catalogued. To date, around 60,000 soldiers h…
 
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