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Justice Matters

Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School

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Investigating matters of human rights at home and abroad. Listen to the podcast by the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, hosted by Executive Director Maggie Gates and a team of Harvard faculty members acting as co-hosts, including Mathias Risse, Aminta Ossom, Rob Wilkinson, Kathryn Sikkink, and Yanilda Gonzalez.
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The Global Center for Women and Justice launched the Ending Human Trafficking podcast in 2011. Our hosts are Dr. Sandie Morgan and Dr. Dave Stachowiak. Our mantra is Study the Issues. Be a voice. Make a difference. We believe that if you do not study first, you may say or do the wrong thing.
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MIP | Make It Plain with Rev. Mark Thompson

Make It Plain with Rev. Mark Thompson

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The Rev. Mark A. Thompson has spent most of his life as a political, civil rights & human rights activist and organizer. He not only has been a part of every major social justice movement & event over the past 40 years, he has also been a radio broadcaster for three decades, and he has spent over 10 years as a television commentator, as well. Rev. Mark hosts Make It Plain (MIP), a political, human rights and breaking news podcast. Rev. Mark’s lifelong social justice activism intersects with ...
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Can human rights make our societies better? This podcast explores the most important human rights issues of the day through engaging and accessible interviews with high-profile guests and straightforward guides to key concepts and key events. Presented by leading human rights lawyer Adam Wagner.
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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.
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The Hum Podcast

JAYU Festival Inc.

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The Hum is a podcast that cuts straight to the heart of human rights stories. Raw, honest and uncensored, from the people who have lived them first-hand. Real people. Real stories. Every other Tuesday.
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Declarations: The Human Rights Podcast

Declarations: The Human Rights Podcast

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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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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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Geopolitical turmoil. A warming planet. Authoritarians on the rise. We live in a chaotic world that’s rapidly shifting around us. “On Shifting Ground with Ray Suarez” explores international fault lines and how they impact us all. Each week, NPR veteran Ray Suarez hosts conversations with journalists, leaders and policy experts to help us read between the headlines – and give us hope for human resilience. A co-production of World Affairs and KQED.
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Transcending Humanity Podcast

Transcending Humanity Podcast

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Transcending Humanity's goal is to spread awareness, hope, understanding and support to the Transgender, Nonbinary and Gender Nonconforming community (as well as the Queer community at large). Our weekly episodes feature rotating hosts, with each week having a different discussion topic, and possibly a guest! We seek to be a voice for the community! Tune in weekly!
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Gravity FM

Alexandra Arneri

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Discussing human rights and environmental issues from the legal, political and ethical fronts with interviews from activists, NGOs, authors and professors.
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Blending humor and research, Casey and Elisha will cover all sorts of topics, from China’s crimes against Uyghurs to Russian colonialism to Rwanda’s reputation-management schemes to celebrities who perform for dictators to how authoritarian governments hide their wealth. They’ll also feature other voices from the HRF team, journalists and the human rights community. Produced by Omar Al-Fotihi
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Human Rights Education Now!

Human Rights Educators USA

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Human Rights Education Now! is a podcast that aims to (1) inform a broader audience in the U.S. and internationally about human rights education (HRE) stories, practices, related issues and theories, (2) expand awareness and knowledge about HRE USA and its programs, and (3) engage partner individuals, groups and organizations in changing the conversation about rights in the U.S. to one employing a human rights education lens.
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In this ongoing series, activists, business executives, government officials, lawyers, academics, and other experts from around the world share topical and current stories of businesses impacting people in their everyday lives. Developed by the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB), this series elevates the range of voices – governments, businesses, and civil society – in the discussion on how to make human rights part of everyday business.
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The Human Rights Podcast

Irish Centre for Human Rights

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Welcome to The Human Rights Podcast from the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Here at the Centre, we are fortunate to be visited each year by an array of world-leading practitioners, researchers and policy-makers in the field of human rights and its associated disciplines. We also have a vibrant community at the ICHR and more broadly in NUI Galway of academic staff, postdoctoral and doctoral scholars, and postgraduate and undergraduate students foc ...
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Hello and welcome to Just Access! In this podcast series, we talk to some fascinating people, legal experts, academics, human rights advocates, and many more. We explore ideas about the future of human rights and improving access to justice for all. We share stories from human rights defenders from all walks of life to raise awareness that EVERYONE CAN BE A HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER and contribute in their own unique way.
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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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Sulha

Adar Weinreb

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Sulha (from the Arabic word for "reconciliation") is a grassroots project working to bridge understanding between people in conflict around the world, with a primary focus on the Israel-Palestine conflict. Our goal is to foster a nuanced understanding of important issues, transform the way people communicate, and inspire real-world action. Sulha is an inclusive community, we welcome people from all walks of life and all sides of the ideological spectrum. FEATURING --- The Great Debate --- St ...
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Freedom of expression is celebrated here. You will hear facts informed and opinionated. Sugar coating is not in my vocabulary. Exposing the truth is what matters most to me. Fighting for our humanity is not only a choice but our right. My mission is to see us all free.
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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.
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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 ...
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Justice Visions

Human Rights Centre - UGent

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The Justice Visions podcast is hosted by the Human Rights Centre of Ghent University. The podcast showcases cutting-edge research and practice regarding victim participation in transitional justice.
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As Gun Culture dives deeper into the philosophy behind the Human Right to self defense and determination, the Cast and Guests engage in building a closer community through conversation. Shop at www.redactedllc.com Support / Join the Chat at redactedculture.locals.com
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This Anthro Life

Anthrocurious, LLC

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This Anthro Life is the premiere go-to Anthropology Podcast that fuses human insights with cultural storytelling. We equip you with a deep understanding of the human experience to revolutionize your decision-making strategies and social impact. Head over to https://www.thisanthrolife.org to learn more. Spearheaded by acclaimed Anthropologist Dr. Adam Gamwell, This Anthro Life equips leaders, individuals, and organizations to shape a more compassionate future. We aim to broaden perspectives a ...
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People living with dementia are citizens whose lives matter. They have the same rights, needs and desires as everyone else, but are ignored far too often. It’s time their voices were heard. So join us and let's talk dementia.
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Author and human rights activist, Miko Peled, aims to shine a light on under-reported Palestinian experiences through conversations with the brave human rights defenders living in Palestine, Israel, and the diaspora. Free Palestine! Follow @MikoPeled | www.mikopeled.com
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Kuwait Aid Network (KAN) was founded in June 2020 amidst a global pandemic in an effort to alleviate food insecurity. Now, as a growing not-for-profit, KAN works with migrant workers to provide food, sanitary supplies, and legal aid among the many other difficulties that migrant workers face. As we continue to tackle these issues, we decided to share our experiences in the field to you all at home. In 2020 KAN was awarded the European Union Chaillot Prize for Human Rights for its Human Right ...
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The Activist Files Podcast

Center for Constitutional Rights

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The Activist Files is a podcast by the Center for Constitutional Rights where we feature the stories of people on the front lines fighting for social justice, including activists, lawyers, and storytellers.
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RightsUp

The Oxford Human Rights Hub

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The Oxford Human Rights Hub (OxHRH) aims to bring together academics, practitioners, and policy-makers from across the globe to advance the understanding and protection of human rights and equality. Through the vigorous exchange of ideas and resources, we strive to facilitate a better understanding of human rights principles, to develop new approaches to policy, and to influence the development of human rights law and practice.
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RightsUp explores the big human rights issues of the day through interviews with experts, academics, practicing lawyers, activists and policy makers who are at the forefront of tackling the world's most difficult human rights questions. RightsUp is brought to you by the Oxford Human Rights Hub, based in the Law Faculty at the University of Oxford. Music for this podcast is by Rosemary Allmann. (This podcast is distributed under a CC by NC-SA 4.0 license.)
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With Good Reason

Virginia Humanities

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Each week on With Good Reason we explore a world of ideas with leading scholars in literature, history, science, philosophy, and the arts. With Good Reason is created by Virginia Humanities and the Virginia Higher Education Broadcasting Consortium.
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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. Read articles related to these issues and 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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Attitudes!

Erin Gibson & Bryan Safi

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A political comedy podcast hosted by Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi who cover LGBTQ+ and gender issues of the moment with hilarity and healthy doses of vulgarity and absurdity. Sales and Distribution by Lemonada Media https://lemonadamedia.com/
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Join The Happiness Consultant Rania Badreldin and her guests for an hour of meaningful conversations for a happier world. Happiness for Humanity delves into everything happiness, from individual to collective humanity, because we deserve it, and the world needs it. Tune into a new value-packed episode every other Thursday, covering everything from human rights, physical and mental health and well-being, relationships, spirituality, and inner peace to personal development, success, leadership ...
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In his majestic and encyclopedic new book Slavery and Islam (Oneworld Academic, 2019), Jonathan A. C. Brown presents a sweeping analysis of Muslim intellectual, political, and social entanglements with slavery, and some of the thorniest conceptual and ethical problems involved in defining and writing about slavery. Self-reflective and bold, Slavery…
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In this episode, PhD researcher Kirsten Larson speaks with her colleague Courtney Curran (4th year PhD researcher at the Irish Centre for Human Rights) on her recent blog 'The Kosovo Specialist Chambers—an insatiable creature with a preference for ICTY leftovers'. Courtney is both a school of Law doctoral scholar at the Irish Centre for Human Right…
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Today on Justice Matters we take a deep dive into the UN Business Human Rights Forum, which just wrapped up its 12th iteration at the end of 2023. Co-host Aminta Ossom attended the forum and interviewed working group member Robert McCorquodale to get some background on the inner workings of the Forum. Ossom also spoke with long-time attendee of the…
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She is a Pakistani activist, entrepreneur, writer, and disability rights advocate, known for her efforts to promote inclusivity and equality for people with disabilities in Pakistan. Tanzila Khan has been actively involved in raising awareness about the challenges faced by individuals with disabilities and working towards creating a more accessible…
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Sandra Sirota, EdD is Assistant Professor in Residence in Human Rights and Experiential Global Learning and Director of Dodd Impact’s program, Human Rights Close to Home (HRCH), at the University of Connecticut. Her work explores human rights and social justice education in the United States and South Africa. Her current research focuses on how stu…
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The idea of combat being some rite of proving is neither new, nor something to be trivialized. Dreams of glory, the horrors of war, cynicism towards honor, and a demystification as pseudo-enlightenment all appear in both literature and the stories we tell ourselves and each other. In this conversation with Nic Magjack3r, he tells the story of his f…
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In episode 56 of The Activist Files, we’ll hear a discussion sparked by the 10th anniversary of the historic ruling in our stop-and-frisk case, Floyd, et. al v. City of New York. The Center for Constitutional Rights, together with NYU Review of Law & Social Change, NYU’s Ending the Prison Industrial Complex, and NYU’s National Lawyers Guild Chapter…
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How is the delicate balance between recording Micronesian cultural heritage, addressing community needs, and gaining international acknowledgment for preservation endeavors managed? Ashley in Micronesia collaborates with communities to identify research topics, stressing adaptability during fieldwork. Navigating linguistic intricacies, ethical dile…
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19th and 20th century poet, Alice Meynell–a.k.a. “the penciling mama”--described motherhood as “life without boundaries.” Cristina Richieri Griffin discusses the Victorian mother of eight’s complicated feelings on mothering. And: The 2003 Haitian novel, The Infamous Rosalie, tells the stories of generations of women who are enslaved on a plantation…
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Casey and Elisha talk with Ukrainian MP Lisa Yasko about Ukraine’s upcoming anniversaries—both the 10-year anniversary of Ukraine’s successful democratic revolution and the two-year anniversary of Russia’s expanded invasion. They discuss how Ukrainians remain on the frontlines of the fight against dictatorship and why democracies must continue supp…
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Saturday marks the second anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. And while foreign support may be dwindling, Ukrainian determination to win the war is not. But what’s at stake when war no longer feels like an emergency… but a way of life? Ray Suarez sits down with Masha Gessen, staff writer for The New Yorker, to unpack the toll of…
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This week we open up with a discussion on LA billboards, meemaw embroidered pillows and Washington's hunky thighs. Bryan celebrates the passing of marriage equality in Greece, and Erin examines the BYU study by professor Robbie Chaney which describes the difference in environmental scanning for each gender as they walk home at night in the dark. To…
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Sometimes it seems as though Democrats are more determined to “fall in love” than to win elections. Lately I’ve been hearing, from both pundits and friends, that Joe Biden is simply too old to run for reelection. This week on Sea Change Radio, we hear from John Stoehr, the Editor and Founder of The Editorial Board, to get his insights into the 2024…
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Enjoy this episode? Please share it with at least ONE friend who you think needs to hear it! If you’re a longtime listener of The Way Forward, you know how excited I get when I have guests on who talk about water and its relation to consciousness, health, and the nature of reality. In this episode, Alec is joined by Mauro Zappaterra, MD, PhD, to ex…
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To ease into this new season of Libya Matters, join our hosts Elham and Mae as they set the scene for the next nine episodes, delving into what we mean when we say Women, Peace and Security (WPS). They explore the significance of situating the WPS agenda within the contexts and perspectives of women from the Global Majority and highlight important …
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In the second part of this podcast series about prison lockdowns, we hear from our guests behind bars WHY the federal Bureau of Prisons uses this tactic so much. Watch to see the rather dramatic ending. Follow this podcast so you'll be informed when new episodes are uploaded (twice a month). Meanwhile, read more stories and learn how you can contri…
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The Exciting World of Digital Peacebuilding - With Emma Baumhofer from swisspeace Welcome back to season three of The Peacebuilding Practitioner’s podcast. Season three is all about digital peacebuilding, this highly complex, tremendously exciting, often messy, and quickly developing intersection where emerging technologies and the digital world on…
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You've probably heard of solitary confinement in the "hole," and know the mental toll that comes with it. But did you know that "lockdowns" are confining people to their cells for weeks and months at a time in entire prisons? Hosts Conrad Stewart and Pam Bailey discuss this trend, which accelerated during COVID, and look at the accompanying psychol…
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Welcome to "Crises in Palestine," a podcast episode dedicated to providing a nuanced understanding of the multifaceted challenges the Palestinian people face. This episode delves into the various crises affecting Palestine, from political instability to humanitarian emergencies. Through in-depth analysis, we explore these crises' root causes and co…
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In this episode, we get the opportunity to speak to Professor Fernand de Varennes, who just finished his role of United Nations Special Rapporteur on Minority Issues, and served from 2017 to 2023. Professor Fernand de Varennes is currently visiting professor at the Université Catholique at Lyon and at the University of Sarajevo. In this first episo…
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Robert Louis Wilken, the William R. Kenan Professor Emeritus of the History of Christianity at the University of Virginia, has written an intellectual history of the ideas surrounding freedom of religion. Liberty in the Things of God: The Christian Origins of Religious Freedom (Yale University Press, 2019) offers a revisionist history of how the id…
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If we are going to talk about ideological and information warfare, we would be foolish to ignore the intellectual or ideological injuries that a person may receive. On this this show we have talked about moral injuries where a person experiences a situation where they take part in, or are unable to stop an event which directly contradicts their mor…
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Vladimir Putin set the world on edge when Russia invaded Ukraine. Two years later, international support for Ukraine’s sovereignty is becoming more precarious, and war weariness amongst the resistance — and their allies— has begun to set in. Global affairs analyst Michael Bociurkiw joins Ray Suarez to explain how a besieged Ukraine may be Europe’s …
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Dr. Sandra Morgan is joined by her friend and colleague, Kimberly Casey. The two discuss the National Human Trafficking Prevention Framework and the ways in which human trafficking is not simply a crime, but a human rights and public health issue. Kimberly Casey Kimberly is Communications and Prevention Specialist at the Office on Trafficking in Pe…
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Ever wondered what happens when we flip traditional corporate hierarchies, allowing the young to mentor the old? This episode zeroes in on reverse mentoring, showcasing its power to drive innovation and foster understanding across generations. Patrice Gordon, a pioneer at Virgin Atlantic and author of the book “Reverse Mentoring: Removing Barriers …
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Learn about the events each week at the United Nations with Margaux Creagh and Katt Cullen. Margaux works within the Press and External Relations Team at the United Nations Information Service in Geneva. She is responsible for drafting press releases for the media, diplomatic representations, non-governmental organizations, and the public, on key m…
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On February 16, 2024, the Russian prison service reported that Alexei Navalny had died, and offered no further explanation. The cause of death hasn’t yet been reported, but since the news broke, world leaders have started speaking out against Vladimir Putin… and it brings a new round of scrutiny to the Russian dictator. In May 2022, Ray sat down wi…
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Imagine if everyday you went to work and pretended to be someone else. That’s life for professional actors. Robyn Berg says self care is essential for acting professionals to stay themselves while pretending to be other people. And: Self care can get conflated with selfishness. Peter Thaxter started thinking about that after a student interviewed h…
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How can we use CLIR's help to protect our cultural heritage during climate change? Could telling stories be a big help in keeping our culture alive? Why must we work together to fight climate change and save our heritage? And can technology bring together businesses and academics to help with this? In this episode of This Anthro Life, we talk with …
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Audio Warning: This was our first attempt at a recording with this many people. It's not the best sound but the conversation is worth the wait. In this grand episode of the REDACTED Culture Cast, we are joined by New and Returning faces appear to discuss industry innovation, who we'd like to see come to SHOT SHOW, and center on Culture, Community, …
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Enjoy this episode? Please share it with at least ONE friend who you think needs to hear it! Maj Toure, the founder of Black Guns Matter and the Solutionary Lifestyle, is a political activist and educator. Maj has traveled to all 50 states, with his nonprofit organization, educating people in urban America about their 2nd amendment rights. Black gu…
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It is not the first time that mass killings have occurred. Geoffrey B. Robinson, professor of history at UCLA, posits that, based on documentary evidence, powerful foreign states, in particular the United States, the United Kingdom and their allies, were instrumental in facilitating and encouraging the Indonesian Army's campaign of mass killing, an…
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Vanessa and Taryn are joined by a gaggle of trans femmes to talk about trans femme stuff. Does it get raunchy? You'll just have to listen to find out! Vanessa tries to guide the conversation a bit, but honestly winds up putting her foot in her mouth a few times... Our guests: Charli Kate Gemma Jacqueline Stefanya River Rowan (IG @cupcakehelsword) R…
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Casey and Elisha talk with Joyce Ho, HRF's Asia-Pacific policy officer, about the recent elections in Taipei, the need for the ruling Democratic People's Party (DPP) to double down on democracy after narrowly beating the pro-Beijing Kuomintang Party (KMT), and what that all means for the future of the island.To read Joyce's op-ed in The Hill: https…
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In this episode Rania is joined by Raj Raghunathan, Zale Centennial Professor of Business at the University of Texas at Austin, author of 'If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Happy', TEDx Speaker and creator of one of Coursera's most popular courses 'A Life of Happiness and Fulfillment'. We talk all about Understanding Happiness, from what it is to …
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Nearly 30,000 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza as Israel continues its massive retaliation against Hamas. And as violence spreads to Yemen, Iraq, and Syria, America’s global standing is taking a hit. Ray Suarez sits down with Trita Parsi, Iran expert and Executive Vice President of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, to unpack how…
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We're post-Super Bowl talking Taylor's boyfriend yelling at coaches, Beyonce going country and Usher's shirtless performance. Erin delves into the Texas case against Mason Herring who attempted to induce abortion with his wife, and the lenient punishment given to him. Bryan discusses Utah State School Board Member Natalie Cline doxxing teenage bask…
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Also "temporary" ceasefire agreements are not a viable solution because the phrase itself doesn't apply "cease" means to end said destructive acts not "pause." Stop double speaking as if we aren't intelligent enough to understand. Because this country considers itself in the business of "war" over 30,000 people are dead. You cannot resurrect them c…
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Two recent events (depending on how you interpret the news cycle) help point out the relevance of Culture as a potential attack vector. In the interview by Tucker Carlson, Putin accused Ukraine of breaching the separation of church and state by banning the practice of orthodox Christianity. To us in the west, the nuance of this decision can easily …
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Enjoy this episode? Please share it with at least ONE friend who you think needs to hear it! Finally, the episode many have been waiting for. Kylee and I finally found some time for both of us to sit down and record a podcast together! :) In this episode, Alec and Kylee recount Kylee’s story of healing lupus and rheumatoid arthritis naturally, the …
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The connection between the Palestinian Beduin in the Naqab and the people of the Gaza Strip is a long and strong one. Rafat Abu-Aish talks about that and about the terror Palestinians endure in the Naqab and the history of resistance in the Palestinian Beduin community.By mikopeledpodcast
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