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The University of Oxford is home to an impressive range and depth of research activities in the Humanities. TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities is a major new initiative that seeks to build on this heritage and to stimulate and support research that transcends disciplinary and institutional boundaries. Here we feature some of the networks and programmes, as well as recordings of events, and offer insights into the research that they make possible.
 
The Experience Designers podcast is dedicated to the Design Thinking, Human Resource and Employee Experience community. If you’re fascinated by the future of work and understand the importance of how people experience an organisation as they move through the employee journey. This podcast is for you. Once a month, we’ll be sharing interviews with practitioners from a diverse range of industries. We’ll be tackling a wide range of subjects all with a common thread centred on the future of work ...
 
Build your business the fabulous, feminine way with Tash Corbin and the #ladyposse. This podcast shares gorgeous heart-centred and connected strategies for creating and growing your online business, whilst having lots of fun and addressing pesky mindset blocks along the way. Being a successful entrepreneur doesn’t mean you need to become pushy, nor does it mean you suddenly have to be a perfect human specimen - join us for real, connected, human business done beautifully.
 
Depending who you ask, big tech is either going to save humanity or destroy us. Taylor Owen thinks it’s a little more complicated than that. Join him in conversation with leading thinkers as they make sense of a world transformed by technology.
 
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The Right

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The Right

Centre for Human Rights, RSIL

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The Right is an initiative of the Centre for Human Rights (CHR) at the Research Society of International Law, Pakistan (RSIL), an independent, non-partisan think tank based in Pakistan. The CHR is a dedicated centre for human rights research, awareness, and capacity building. It focuses on the intersection between international human rights obligations and the domestic Constitutional and legal framework.
 
How can we truly design with the climate in mind? Hosted by Head of Sustainability, Jon Khoo, this series takes an in depth look into the ever-evolving world of sustainable design. In each episode, Jon talks to some of the most passionate and knowledgeable experts in the industry, gaining unique perspectives around the latest thinking and challenges that impact the environmental nature of our built environment. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We're the oldest sexual health service in NSW. We're a community-oriented centre offering specialist expertise in STIs and HIV. Opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the guests and may not be those of SSHC. To stay up to date with the latest news on sexual health, follow us on: https://www.facebook.com/SydneySHC/ https://twitter.com/SydneySHC
 
The Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law at UNSW is the world’s first research centre dedicated to the study of international refugee law. Through high-quality research feeding into public policy debate and legislative reform, the Centre brings a principled, human rights-based approach to refugee law and forced migration in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region, and globally. It provides an independent space to connect academics, policymakers and NGOs, and creates an important bridge bet ...
 
As we all know human consciousness is at the infancy of transforming itself and this is causing a huge shift in people's mental emotional and physical health. As a channel for spirit, I've been guided to provide a platform through podcasts, writing channeled books and teaching a new form of consciousness which I'm naming 'Alignment Modality', to inform, inspire, and transform the human condition. All podcasts will contain channeled messages direct from the invisible world on current topics, ...
 
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Being Indispensable

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Being Indispensable

Liz Van Vliet - Executive Assistant Champion

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Being Indispensable is a podcast for Executive Assistants. It's about the mindset shift required to form a true partnership with your executive. Listen to interviews with indispensable executive assistants themselves, insights from executives and business leaders who share what they value in their indispensable assistants and join Liz as she explores the skills and leadership development required to build a true partnership with your executive.
 
How do we reach our potential in work and life? The Inside Learning podcast explores the science of learning and the future of work with expert guest speakers and research-based insights from The Learnovate Centre in Trinity College Dublin, a global research centre focused on learning technology. Hosted by author, consultant and coach Aidan McCullen.
 
The Human Connection movement podcast explores how the challenges we experience within our lives are guiding us towards embracing our highest potential. You will hear fascinating stories of how our greatest challenges often reveal themselves to be our greatest gifts. Each interview will explore what it took for each guest to triumph against exceedingly impossible odds to step into their highest potential. You will notice a recurring theme with many guests reflecting how their deepest treasur ...
 
In each episode, one of the team at ADAPTOVATE, (we call them ADAPTOVATORS), invites a guest into the studio to thrash out what makes the world tick. Our guests are from all types of industries. Most are familiar with how Agile and New Ways of Working can disrupt and innovate and we hear first hand, their experience. ADAPTOVATE is an Agile consulting and coaching business, with offices throughout the world.
 
The annual Response-Ability Summit, formerly the Anthropology + Technology conference, brings together leading experts from the social sciences and technology to champion socially-responsible tech, and to foster dialogue and collaboration across the disciplines. The summit has been curated to help today’s leading technology companies understand the significant value of combining teams of technologists with social scientists. Together we can build a future in which socially-responsible tech i ...
 
The Audio Long Read podcast is a selection of the Guardian’s long reads, giving you the opportunity to get on with your day while listening to some of the finest journalism the Guardian has to offer, including in-depth writing from around the world on immigration, crime, business, the arts and much more
 
At the Oxford Mindfulness Centre (OMC) our mission is to reduce suffering, promote resilience and realise human potential across the lifespan through mindfulness. Whilst some of our podcasts are designed for those with an established mindfulness practice, there are others that are suitable for the general public, meaning you do not need prior experience to listen. New podcasts are available weekly.
 
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ECDC: On Air

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ECDC: On Air

European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control

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A peek behind the scenes at the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control - the EU agency that aims to identify, assess and communicate current and emerging threats to human health posed by infectious diseases in Europe. Meet our experts from a wide range of fields and listen to them discuss the things that matter as they give you a crash course in Epidemiology 101! Come by every second week for a new episode shared with you from Stockholm, Sweden!
 
Since March 2016, Aziz has been reporting from Manus in short 30 second bursts, via WhatsApp messages sent from a smuggled phone. On the day his correspondence kicks off with Michael, he’s already been in detention for 864 days. Aziz tells the inside story – the good and the bad – of a place that consistently features in the headlines. A place some consider a necessary product of a successful border control policy, for others, a stain on Australia’s reputation from which it will never recove ...
 
Kabbalah as a universal wisdom that predates the Bible or religion, and can be studied by anyone regardless of their faith or path. Presenting the wisdom from a lineage of great kabbalists, The Kabbalah Centre and its teachers provide a course of study that describes the origin of Creation, the physical and spiritual laws of the universe, including human existence, and the journey of the soul. WEEKLY ENERGY BOOST is a 7-day forecast of each week’s spiritual essence, energy, opportunities, an ...
 
The GSMA represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide, uniting nearly 800 operators with more than 250 companies in the broader mobile ecosystem, including handset and device makers, software companies, equipment providers and Internet companies, as well as organisations in adjacent industry sectors. The GSMA also produces industry-leading events such as Mobile World Congress, Mobile World Congress Shanghai and the Mobile 360 Series conferences.
 
Interested in staying safe online or a cyber security professional? Leading cyber security consultant and advisor, Beverley Roche talks to global experts, academics and researchers to provide insights on the issues impacting the cyber security profession and our connected life. If you're interested in updates on current professional practice or protecting your online experience against criminal or unauthorised access, this podcast will help you with tips to protect your online identity and data.
 
White Shores is a podcast for spiritual beings having a human experience. Hosted by Sunday Times bestselling spiritual author Theresa Cheung. This podcast shares inspiration on personal growth and how to create the eternal life of your dreams. Stay in touch via theresacheung.com. Facebook, Instagram @Theresa_Cheung_Author and Twitter @Theresa_Cheung
 
I'm Fiona the host of the podcast! I was inspired to create this podcast from my original role as volunteer at the Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary in Rome. It was the place I fell in love with an amazing FIV cat called Gianburrasca who was the love of my life. I love cats more than anything else in the world. They are what makes the world beautiful inspiring and magical! I know there are so many amazing cats in the world but behind every cat there is also an amazing human who can share their s ...
 
This podcast, starring host Dr Rob Doubleday, features weekly evidence-based discussions about the pressing challenges facing policymakers, brought to you by the Centre for Science and Policy at the University of Cambridge. Throughout 2020-2021, our podcast has featured series which have explored topics including science and policy for space, antarctica and deep ocean environments; the covid-19 pandemic; the science and policy questions involved in getting a green recovery; and the future of ...
 
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This opening panel at the Kaldor Centre Virtual Conference 2021: 'Whose move? Addressing migration and displacement in the face of climate change', was held on Tuesday 19 October, 2021. In this panel, experts set out the key questions and principles that should guide responses to mobility in the face of climate change. Hear from Rabab Fatima, Ambas…
 
A Stockholm-based think tank, the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, has warned that democracy in the United States is “backsliding.” We discuss what’s fuelling that situation with Tom Nichols, author of Our Own Worst Enemy: The Assault From Within On Modern Democracy; and Carol Anderson, a professor of African American…
 
Several recent violent arrests involving racialized youths in Ontario and Quebec have raised fresh questions about police brutality in Canada. Matt Galloway talks to Sarah Jama, executive director of the Disability Justice Network of Ontario, who was arrested in a violent incident in Hamilton; and Anne-Marie Livingstone, an assistant professor of s…
 
In today's episode we speak with Teymur Noori, HIV/AIDS expert at ECDC. Teymur explains what the HIV/AIDS situation looks like in Europe, which populations and regions are most affected, and what goals that have been set, and how to reach them. Find out more via ecdc.europa.eu/en/hiv-infection-and-aids…
 
Today I bring you a conversation jam-packed with golden nuggets from Andrew Butow of Earth2Mars. Our topic of conversation is Leading Successful change and covers so many aspects of change ranging from inclusion through to the tole of technology. Our conversation begins with Andrew sharing how his growing up in South Africa shaped his whole philoso…
 
Life to Afterlife with Helping Parents Heal Theresa is joined in this deeply moving episode by Helping Parents Heal founder, Elizabeth Boisson and Irene Vouvalides who contributed to a book published by Helping Parents Heal called Life to Afterlife. Helping Parents Heal is a non profit organization dedicated to assisting bereaved parents to become …
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has complicated — and in some cases halted — the fight against HIV/AIDS. We talk about that impact with Hombisa Ntsikanye, an implementer and developer of the HIV and AIDS program at Blue Roof Life Space in Durban, South Africa; and Mitchell Warren, executive director of the AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition.…
 
In Norway House, Man., Randal Apetagon grew up feeling he was different from other members of his family, but not understanding what that difference was. Recently, he’s come to believe that he’s actually the grandson of a Roman Catholic priest, dating back to a time when his grandmother was forced to attend a residential school. CBC national report…
 
Canadian singer Justin Bieber is facing calls to cancel his appearance at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix this weekend. He’s been urged to not play into what Human Rights Foundation calls "the regime’s strategy of whitewashing human rights abuses." We talk to Aya Batrawy, an Associated Press reporter in the Arabian Peninsula; and Farida Deif, the Cana…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Read archives to bring you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2016: Across the continent, rightwing populist parties have seized control of the political conversation. How have they done it? By stealing the language, causes and voters of the traditional left. B…
 
This is World AIDS Day 2021.Stigma reduction has become an increasingly important part of the NSW HIV strategy. Though what is it? What can we do about it?To discuss the detrimental effects of stigma and the research, I am joined by Dr Timothy Broady who is a senior research fellow from UNSW's Centre for Social Research in Health. To talk about his…
 
Your Afterlife Guide with Dimitri Moraitis, co-founder of the SAI Theresa chats to Dimitri Moraitis: co-founder and co-spiritual director of The Spiritual Arts Institute or SAI. Dimitri is an illumined metaphysical teacher, healer and co-author of numerous bestselling books as well as co-creator of the SAI programs, course curriculums and numerous …
 
The downpour in B.C. continues, forcing some residents from their homes for the second time this month. Flooding has also devastated farmland that is the livelihood of many migrant workers who have come to Canada. We speak to some of those affected, and talk to Abbotsford mayor Henry Braun about bracing for further rainfall.…
 
Fighting for the things that are important to you can be an uncomfortable and arduous process. This week, rediscover the opportunities presented by conflict so you can face opposition with certainty. Join us for the next episode of the Weekly Energy Boost with @ElishevaBalas and @DavidGhiyam. Watch LIVE Mondays at 10 am PT / 1 pm ET on The Kabbalah…
 
As climate science has gone mainstream, outright denialism has been pushed to the fringes. Now a new tactic of dismissing green policies as elitist is on the rise, and has zoned in on a bitter row over a disused airport in Kent. By Jack Shenker. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod…
 
After devastating floods in British Columbia, we explore the idea of a “managed retreat” — moving homes, or even entire towns, away from flood plains. Matt Galloway talks to Thomas Little, who grappled with that question after floods at his home in Gatineau, Que.; and Jason Thistlethwaite, a professor at the University of Waterloo’s School of Envir…
 
In today's episode, I'm answering the listener question, "What do you call yourself? Should you be a mentor, a coach or a consultant? And how do you choose?" Our question today comes from the fabulous Katerina Andreou. You can find Katerina on Instagram at @kat_andreou. (I think you might want to go and check her out when you find out what it is th…
 
What Lies Ahead on White Shores Theresa sets the scene for the next flock of White Shores interviews and episodes on this introductory episode to the festive days of spirit season of White Shores: the podcast for spiritual beings having a human experience. To find out more about Theresa’s bestselling dream, intuition, afterlife, astrology and mysti…
 
Raphael Fimm is an award winning composer and orchestrator. Originally born in Germany Raphael moved to Vienna where he currently resides. Raphael describes himself as being late to the music world and yet what he has achieved in his life so far is remarkable. Raphael plays piano and it is his first love but also violin too. He found a passion in c…
 
Katey Brooks is originally from Bristol but now resides in Manchester. She grew up knowing that music was a way to share her feelings and emotions. Through the gift of music and song she has shared some of her life with her fans. Katey has played on large stages such as Glastonbury and WOMAD and has been lucky enough to perform all over the world. …
 
As the devastating floods in B.C. recede, we hear from First Nations who say they were abandoned even as officials knew a disaster was incoming, and are struggling to find help now. Matt Galloway talks to Chief Marcel Shackley of the Nooaitch Indian Band; and Chief Terry Teegee, regional chief for the B.C. Assembly of First Nations.…
 
Science fiction has long been a medium for bringing light to societal issues, including religion, culture and race. It helps us imagine futures of hope and prosperity or warns of dystopian nightmares. And our experience of race plays a central role in our understanding of science fiction. “There’s this amazing quote from Junot Díaz, the Pulitizer P…
 
After recent flooding in British Columbia, John Anderson wants to see more emphasis on adaptation to climate change, rather than relying on more concrete, sandbags and pump stations to hold it at bay. He shows us around his Kane Lake Ranch west of Merritt, where he is building to bend with nature rather than fight against it.…
 
M. Jayson Graham is a remarkable human being. Jayson is a master storyteller and is helping actors and artists from all disciplines find more creative ways of telling their stories. We all have a story to share. We all have a purpose for being. Telling our story helps us to flourish and experience true well-being. M Jayson Graham is an internationa…
 
The floods in B.C. are hard to watch for some residents in High River, Alta. — they experienced a similar trauma in 2013. But could their experience offer a blueprint for recovery in B.C.? We talk to long-time High River resident Connie Balerud; Rev. Susan Lukey, a minister at the High River United Church; and Mayor Craig Snodgrass.…
 
In Tuesday’s throne speech, the Liberal government promised to bring an end to the pandemic, pursue reconciliation and fight climate change. Robyn Bresnahan discusses those promises and the session ahead with three political veterans: former Conservative MP Lisa Raitt; former NDP MP Libby Davies; and former Liberal MP Wayne Easter.…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Read archives to bring you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. From 2017: She is venerated around the world. She has outlasted 12 US presidents. She stands for stability and order. But her kingdom is in turmoil, and her subjects are in denial that her reign will ever end. That’…
 
Mars' river valleys are an iconic feature, formed billions of years ago in a different climate. Planetary Scientist Tim Goudge joins Jake to talk about how they were formed, and how one such formation method may have been more important than we once thought. We talk Mars river valley network Tim's Paper Coverage of Tim's Paper Follow Tim UT Planeta…
 
Twenty-nine people including journalists were arrested last week as the RCMP enforced an injunction against protesters trying to stop the Coastal Gas-Link pipeline in B.C. Robyn Bresnahan discusses the growing dispute with Amanda Follett Hosgood, northern B.C. reporter for the online news magazine The Tyee; Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, president of…
 
Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai recently disappeared from public view after accusing a former government official of sexual assault. But the International Olympic Committee says it spoke with Peng on a video call Sunday, and that she appeared to be safe and well. We discuss lingering concerns with Rob Koehler, director-general of Global Athlete, an …
 
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