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This podcast is produced by front line education workers to provide a forum for the voice of all those concerned with affirming the human right to education. The show will delve into all aspects of education and the working lives of those who provide it and those who rely upon it for their future.
 
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was ratified in 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly. It defines the fundamental rights of individuals, and exhorts all governments to protect these rights. The UN has translated the document into over three hundred languages and dialects. This audiobook includes readings in 21 languages.
 
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Pod for the Cause

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The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

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The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights launched “Pod for the Cause” podcast to expand the conversation on critical civil and human rights challenges of our day: census, justice reform, policing, education, fighting hate & bias, judicial nominations, fair courts, voting rights, media & tech, economic security, immigration, and human rights. Through this expanded dialogue, we want to spur activism that drives change in our communities and country. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the show ...
 
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The YIKES Podcast

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The YIKES Podcast

Mikaela Loach and Jo Becker

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There’s a lot to make us Yikes in this world. From the climate crisis to racism to activism and resisting oppressive systems, it can call get a bit overwhelming. Yikes is a podcast which leans into the Yikes of the world rather than letting it overwhelm us. We breakdown the issues in an accessible intersectional and nuanced way to guide us towards action together. Hosted by Mikaela Loach and Josephine Becker, edited by Finlay Mowat. Support us through The YIKES Podcast Patreon! https://www.p ...
 
Health Freedom for Humanity's mission is to educate, empower and unite people from all walks of life under one common purpose: the reclamation and preservation of health freedom. We define health freedom in two ways: -the right to choose what is best for your own health without coercion or force -the right to know and access what produces and maintains mind-body-spirit wellness. This podcast features discussions on a number of topics relating to both of those definitions of health freedom, i ...
 
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Hello Somebody

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Hello Somebody

The Black Effect and iHeartPodcasts

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Hello Somebody! Senator Nina Turner is back with a powerful podcast that brings together some of her most influential and inspirational friends, as well as everyday people doing good work on behalf of social justice and human rights. The show will touch on fierce themes from perseverance to resistance, Nina and her guests will share, ignite and conspire for better.
 
The Rights Track podcast gets the hard facts about the human rights challenges facing the world today and aims to get our thinking about human rights on the right track. The podcast is hosted by Professor Todd Landman, a human rights scholar and champion for the advancement of human rights understanding. In Series 7 we are looking at human rights in a digital world. We're talking with advocates and academics who are investigating if and how advancing technology is advancing or stifling our h ...
 
The Human Rights Foundation's original audio content serves as a storytelling platform for some of the world's bravest activists, artists, policy-makers, business leaders, and technologists. Our podcast provides those who risk their safety in return for a chance to raise the world's awareness of human rights issues, and the incredibly important work that is being done to address them.
 
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 impact of new technologies on human rights, 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.)
 
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Bleeped Media

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Imagine being arrested for taking pictures of a farm, harassed for reading a storybook to children, or jailed for displaying a photograph in a museum. Censorship like this seems unimaginable, but it’s real and happens every day. Bleeped tells these stories. Each episode relives a David and Goliath tale of an individual who triumphed over censorship from a powerful organization, showing that if you’ve been wronged, you can fight back and win! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info ...
 
CIVICUS is a global alliance of over 10,000 activists and civil society organisations, especially from the Global South, that exists to defend people power. Our podcast brings you stories of people, communities, and organisations defending human rights and fighting for a more just, inclusive and sustainable world. As a human rights organisation, our activism focuses on human rights violations, civil liberties, and issues such as sustainability, safe protests, and good governance. Find out mo ...
 
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Finding Humanity

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Finding Humanity

Humanity Lab Foundation and Hueman Group Media

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Finding Humanity is a Webby-winning podcast that shares true stories of courage and purpose in the face of today’s pressing social justice, equality, and human rights issues. With the help of leading global experts and advocates, host Hazami Barmada examines how we got here and how you can be a part of solving humanity’s biggest challenges. Produced by Humanity Lab Foundation and Hueman Group Media.
 
Exploring inequality, abuse and oppression around the world, we hear from those directly involved in an issue, examine the structural context to find why rights abuse exists, and look for possible solutions. You can also read articles related to some of these episodes at the web site of The Upstream Journal! www.upstreamjournal.org. We are pleased to see that Human Rights Magazine is a top-rated human rights podcast at Feedspot. (https://blog.feedspot.com/human_rights_podcasts/)
 
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Entitled

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University of Chicago Podcast Network

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Rights matter, but conversations about rights can be polarizing, confusing and frustrating. Lawyers and law professors Claudia Flores and Tom Ginsburg have traveled the world getting into the weeds of global human rights debates. On Entitled, they use that expertise to explore the stories and thorny questions around why rights matter and what’s the matter with rights. Entitled is produced with the support of University of Chicago Law School and Yale Law School, and is part of the award winni ...
 
In today’s world of work, it’s too easy to forget that Human Resource are actually Human People. This podcast gives you fresh perspectives on leadership, teams, change, diversity and values, as well as actionable ideas to make working with other humans better for everyone, because I believe that well-being at work is a basic human right.
 
Human rights are basic rights and freedoms that belong to every one of us, no matter who we are or where we live. These rights are universal, indivisible, and interdependent. Because they apply to everyone, everywhere, and at all times.Our aim in Human Rights Sentinel is to highlight the issues that are not covered by the media or have been neglected by the international committee due to political, national, or international interests.
 
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The Next World

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Partners for Dignity & Rights

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Produced by Partners for Dignity & Rights, we explore and celebrate the work of poor people's movements, particularly in the US. We highlight innovative and powerful organizing campaigns and community building led by women, LGBTQ folks, Black communities and other people of color, that are pushing the boundaries and have the potential to transform this society.Hosted by Max Rameau, a Haitian-born Pan-African theorist, campaign strategist, organizer, author and member of Pan-African Community ...
 
The battle for democracy will be fought one human rights issue at a time. In this biweekly podcast from the CSIS Human Rights Initiative, host Marti Flacks tackles current events with activists and policymakers at the center of global efforts to promote human rights and build stronger, more sustainable democracies. Share your feedback at humanrights@csis.org.
 
Is it possible for a democracy to govern undemocratically? Can the people elect an undemocratic leader? Is it possible for democracy to bring about authoritarianism? And if so, what does this say about democracy? ​​My name is Justin Kempf. Every week I talk to the brightest minds on subjects like international relations, political theory, and history to explore democracy from every conceivable angle. Topics like civil resistance, authoritarian successor parties, and the autocratic middle cla ...
 
The world as we knew it is undergoing a rapid transformation…so what's next? Welcome to WorldAffairs, your guide to a changing world. We give you the context you need to navigate across borders and ideologies. Through sound-rich stories and in-depth interviews, we break down what it means to be a global citizen on a hot, crowded planet. Our hosts, Ray Suarez and Philip Yun, help you make sense of an uncertain world, one story at a time.
 
We work to free hostages and the unjustly detained worldwide. Together with their families, we share their stories and let you know how you can help. Host, Daren Nair has been campaigning with many of these families for years and will introduce you to some of the most courageous and resilient people among us, people who have never given up hope, people who will never stop working to reunite their families.
 
Discover Iowa’s role in the advancement of civil rights. Learn how landmark Iowa court cases, the Iowa Underground Railroad, Iowa towns like Buxton, and Iowa civil rights pioneers like Alexander G. Clark, Ralph Montgomery, Edna Griffin, and more guided the future of the state and the nation. We will look at how the nation’s path forward might be discovered by gleaning the wisdom of Iowa history. For any questions or suggestions, please email Erick at iacivilrightshistorypodcast@gmail.com
 
Dive past the headlines in Israel-Palestine to explore the issues and stories other outlets tend to ignore with +972 Magazine writers and local activists, politicians, and experts. +972 Magazine is owned and operated by a group of Israeli and Palestinian journalists, providing fresh, in-depth reporting and analysis directly from the ground in Israel-Palestine. The magazine is committed to human rights, democracy, and freedom of information, and actively opposes the Israeli occupation.
 
Gardens are more than collections of plants. Gardens and Gardeners are intersectional spaces and agents for positive change in our world. Cultivating Place: Conversations on Natural History and the Human Impulse to Garden is a weekly public radio program & podcast exploring what we mean when we garden. Through thoughtful conversations with growers, gardeners, naturalists, scientists, artists and thinkers, Cultivating Place illustrates the many ways in which gardens are integral to our natura ...
 
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Chitranshul Sinha is an advocate on record of the Supreme Court of India and a partner in Dua Associates, Advocates and Solicitors, who primarily practises in the courts of New Delhi. He occasionally writes articles for leading publications on topics related to law. The Indian Penal Code was formulated in 1860, three years after the first Indian re…
 
In Episode 3, Host Nkechi Taifa discusses her article, “Why the Woman King Made Me Feel Like a Queen.” She also reflects on an uncomfortable issue, that prisoners of war taken aboard The Clotilda, the last known slave ship to illegally enter US shores in 1860, were captured by the Agogie women warriors on behalf of the Kingdom of Dahomey and then s…
 
Addressing gender injustice starts by investing into women leaders and women-led organizations in the human rights space. Despite the growing recognition that women’s rights are human rights, in 2021 less than one percent of Development Assistance Committee aid for gender equality went to women’s organizations. In this episode we hear from two fema…
 
In today’s UN Roundup: 1: The Human Rights Council begins second week of 51st session, UN General Assembly starts high-level meeting in NY. 2: UN humanitarians decry ‘largest funding gap ever’ and we hear from Jens Laerke, OCHA spokesperson about the millions of families hit by emergencies around the world, left without lifesaving support because o…
 
Dan Smith is the director of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. With several years' experience with NGOs and international organizations he has written extensively on conflict and insecurity, and I encourage you to read his blog articles at dansmithsblog.com. Human Rights Magazine is produced by The Upstream Journal magazine. The…
 
If you ask me, the independent nurseries and growers of our world – especially those focused on helping us as gardeners create not only beautiful gardens but also gardens that contribute to the ecologies of our places, are some of our great national treasures. This week following Labor Day, we celebrate these treasures wherever they may be in conve…
 
In this latest episode, BambooHR's Brad Rencher continues his journey into the employee experience and shares conversations with BambooHR founders, Ben Peterson and Ryan Sanders, and the CEO of Great Place to Work, Michael C. Bush. Listen as we look at the practical ideas that help organizations and employees consistently do the right thing.…
 
His week that was - Kevin Healy Closure of human rights organisations in Palestine, 12 year jail sentence for Mohammed El Halabi - Jessica Morrison, Executive Officer of Australia Palestine Advocacy Network Part 1 of history of Argentina - PHD candidate and journalist Sasha Gillies-Lekakis Palestine human rights, and floods in Pakistan - Professor …
 
In this special BONUS episode of the podcast, Todd is joined by Rights Track producer Chris Garrington of Research Podcasts to discuss their recently published book The Rights Track: Sound Evidence on Human Rights and Modern Slavery. The book, published by Anthem Press is launched today (September 6, 2022) at a special event hosted by the Universit…
 
We speak today about the relationship between the human right to life and the right to religious freedom. Our freedoms of thought, conscience, and religion are natural and interdependent rights, and when rightly understood, they serve to elevate our conception of the meaning and purpose of human life—the goods we recognize that are a part of the cr…
 
Monster’s Chief Human Capital Officer, Claire Barnes, joins this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast and helps us explore some of the recent trends in employer-sponsored benefits. Learn what employees and potential candidates are valuing most from employers in 2022, and get some tips on the best ways to communicate benefits updates throughout an…
 
The people who win get to enact policy and they get to change the world we live in. But we're at this moment where the candidates who lose, if they think that they don't have to abide by election outcomes, that's very important and that affects the kind of world we live in. Lynn Vavreck Become a Patron! Make a one-time Donation to Democracy Paradox…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by the Honorable Judge Joanne Motoike to discuss GRACE Court, a collaborative court designed to provide services to CSEC victims and rehabilitate them to be reintegrated back into the community. Honorable Joanne Motoike The Honorable Joanne Motoike serves as an associate justice of the 4th District Court of Appeal, Divis…
 
On the UN RoundUp this week; 1: The UN warns that half of Sudan’s most vulnerable children could die without humanitarian aid. We hear from UNICEF representative in Sudan, Mandeep O’Brien: “As we speak today, 650,000 kids are suffering from severe acute malnutrition. If not treated, half of them will die… 1. Between 2019 and 2021, the number of chi…
 
To make real progress in equitable employee development, coaching needs to become a more inclusive space. This episode is an in-depth conversation about real-life examples and techniques for supporting minority-background clients with issues ranging from prejudice, identity crises and belonging in a majority-dominated workplace. Salma Shah is the C…
 
Yesterday, President Biden gave a speech which was a call to reject the poison of white supremacy, of neo-Nazism. He spoke in Philadelphia, in front of Independence Hall. While calling out MAGA as the white supremacy it has always been, he refused to see what is obvious to communities of color, religious minorities, women, and LGBTQ persons, namely…
 
When Merry Brown the tattoo artist and the owner of Studio 65 received a call to help a new client to cover his tattoos, Merry didn’t know what to expect. When that client showed up to his appointment and showed Merry what he wanted to be covered, Merry had mixed feelings; shocked and happy about the fact that this new client wanted to cover his ta…
 
On September 21, 2022, Vladimir Putin ordered a draft of Russian reservists, mobilizing up to 300,000 troops – the first such draft since World War II. Just before Putin's military order, former US Ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul, spoke with Ray Suarez to give a sense of what we can expect from the war in Ukraine in the coming weeks and – perh…
 
What is black witnessing, and how does it connect to movements for racial equity and justice? Can capturing a moment shape a movement? On this episode of Justice Matters, host Sushma Raman speaks with Dr. Allissa Richardson about the power of communication on social and racial justice. Dr. Richardson is an Associate Professor of Journalism at USC A…
 
With over 39 million parents raising children in non-nuclear households, how do employers support divorced parents? I’m joined by Sheri Atwood, Founder and CEO of Supportpay, to discuss mental health in the workplace, the stressors of divorce and raising a family, and how leaders can be more supportive of all employees, regardless of their lived ex…
 
Tune in and listen to Lamont Banks and Co-Hosts of A Just Cause, a nonprofit, social justice organization discuss the abuse veteran's have suffered at the hands of their own country. Tonight's special guests are, Mark Tassone and Martha Deaver. Mark is a trial lawyer who focuses on nursing home neglect, abuse, and wrongful death cases. Martha has b…
 
This week on Cultivating Place, we look at culture and ecology with Farmer Rishi. Rishi is a farmer/gardener, teacher, thinker, and lover of life-based in Southern California.The executive director of the Sarvodaya Institute there, Rishi leads by example and by invitation. His intention for working in the fields of regeneration and urban farming is…
 
Does putting employees first really lead to better business outcomes? This latest episode of the HR Works Showcase series aims to answer that question, as we feature Episode 7 of BambooHR’s podcast series, The Era.Listen as BambooHR’s CEO, Brad Rencher, shares a conversation with Daniel Yaniese (Co-founder and CEO of Checkr), and they discuss how b…
 
Georgia Meloni was 19 and speaking to French TV when she praised Italian dictator and Hitler ally Mussolini. Back then the likely next prime minister of Italy was dressed all in black and flanked by burly men. Twenty-six years later things look very different. Meloni favours bright white pant suits and presses the flesh with European dignitaries. T…
 
Based on fieldwork among state officials, NGOs, politicians, and activists in Costa Rica and Brazil, A Future History of Water (Duke UP, 2019) traces the unspectacular work necessary to make water access a human right and a human right something different from a commodity. Andrea Ballestero shows how these ephemeral distinctions are made through fo…
 
In 1948, the United Nations presented a document outlining human rights for every person in the world. This document was called the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This document has inspired human rights movements around the globe and gave the world something tangible to strive for. Mathias Risse is the Lucius Littauer Professor of Philosoph…
 
This miniseries highlights frontline struggles, resistance and peoples actions that are taking place right now around the world; and we will hear from the peoples directly. This week we here from Derek, member of the Nuclear and Coal Free Batan Movement in The Philippines. The movement is a coaliton of organisations and individuals working for a sa…
 
As food security issues increase across the world, expenditure on agri-food research and development is going the other way – in fact, funding in some western countries is now back at 1980s levels. We also hear about a refrigeration initiative in Rwanda that could help increase food nutrition levels in the developing world and significantly cut foo…
 
At the beginning of 2022, there were more than 27 million refugees worldwide, and their right to protest is often limited or repressed. Nadia Hardman, a researcher in the Refugee and Migrants Rights Division of Human Rights Watch, speaks to us about these challenges. Later, Abdul Aziz Muhamat shares his story as a Sudanese refugee who became an adv…
 
Ice caps, or the apex of glaciers, are delicate things. As the earth warms, they respond by rapidly thawing into their oceanic homes. This week on Sea Change Radio we speak to journalist Bob Berwyn of Inside Climate News to gain a deeper understanding of melting glaciers in Europe, the impact the melt is having on ecosystems, and what policymakers …
 
Guest: Rob Kjar, Ph.D., Senior Managing Consultant, Vaya GroupIn this latest episode of the HR Works Podcast, Vaya Group’s Senior Managing Consultant and organization development expert, Rob Kjar, Ph.D., joins to take a closer look at current state of leadership development in organizations. While many companies are emphasizing and investing heavil…
 
In country after country - we've counted over 130 news outlets of 30 countries that were republishing content that was produced by Chinese state media outlets or the Chinese embassy. So, these state media outlets are actually formally under the control of the Communist Party's propaganda department. Support Democracy Paradox on Patreon for bonus ep…
 
Back then as a child, when it was normal that we couldn't ride on all buses and sit on all park benches and be allowed to go and watch a movie in a cinema together. Today, our children simply don't know that we had those experiences. But in it lies the wonders of the successes of what we have achieved. And if we managed to change that, then I think…
 
Whether you’re a trader, techie, or average joe, you’ve probably heard the words “crypto” or “bitcoin” swirling around the web. In the past year, digital coins – once viewed as the exclusive domain of tech millionaires – have shot to global prominence as the preferred currency of Russian oligarchs, Ukrainian resistance fighters, Salvadoran politici…
 
In this episode from the Institute’s Vault, we hear from Tod Gitlin. Gitlin was president of the Students for a Democratic Society, and went on to become a sociologist, political activist, and journalist, teaching at Berkeley, NYU and Columbia. He wrote sixteen books, and spoke at the Institute in 2007 about his book, The Bulldozer and the Big Tent…
 
More on the alleged 'permitting reforms' on the mining and transporting of fossil fuels, demanded by both democrats and republicans, is nothing but a big scam. It's a scam in terms of environmental concerns, in addition to violating the rights of communities where these pipelines and mining interest will situate their operations. This is about so m…
 
Data breaches are on the rise, and it seems social media is a growing point of vulnerability. The consequences aren’t just financial, in some cases lives are at risk.People are also becoming increasingly wary about corporations gathering their personal data - as seen by the fate of Google's envisaged futuristic smart city development in Toronto.…
 
In May 2021, Palestinians in Israel's so-called "mixed cities" were terrorized by mobs of far-right Israeli Jews, who, +972 editor Amjad Iraqi tells The +972 Podcast, went to Arab neighborhoods to "barge into houses, vandalize property, threaten and terrorize people, chant racist slogans" — often as Israeli police stood by and watched. Meanwhile, n…
 
Daphne Gomez, Host of The Teacher Career Coach Podcast and Founder & CEO of Teacher Career Coach, joins to discuss why so many educators are entering the corporate space, the strengths teachers bring to the workforce, and what employers can learn from the teacher shortage.By HR Daily Advisor
 
Restrictions on the rights to abortion: A global shift? What are the implications for freedom of expression following the US Supreme Court decision to end the constitutional right to abortion? Does it mark a social and cultural shift beyond the United States? In this podcast, the second in a two-part series looking at the reversal of Roe v Wade in …
 
In this episode, recorded at the 2022 Oslo Freedom Forum, Eritrean human rights activist and software developer Filmon Debru recounts his experience in the expansive human trafficking cycle. Since his escape, Debru has raised awareness about human trafficking and testified before international bodies, including the European Parliament.…
 
Tune in and listen to Lamont Banks and Co-Hosts of A Just Cause, a nonprofit, social justice organization discuss part 15, of the breaking news in the Colorado case. ARCHIVED PRESENTATION!! NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!! A Just Cause is also currently campaigning for the exoneration of the remaining "FreeTheIRP5", who were wrongly imprisoned in Florence, …
 
On this episode, we talk with Njera Keith and Kristina Brown, the co-founders and Ministers of Cohesion of 400+1, a Black cooperative federation based in Texas. Together, we discuss reproductive justice, creating and holding Black space, revolutionary organizing, vanguardism, and gender politics in social movements. Njera Keith is a Diaspora orient…
 
Anna Andreyeva is a Russian-born UK- based garden designer, plantswoman, and mother. She is currently pursuing a horticultural and ecological research Ph.D. focused on perennial steppe plants around the world for green roofs and general urban planting in a changing world under British plantsman Nigel Dunnett in Sheffield, England.Anna designed the …
 
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