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Migration Conversations is a podcast that invites persons to share their migration stories. Hosted by Professor Jamie Liew, each episode is an in-depth conversation with people who have experienced the Canadian immigration system or other migration regimes up close. We talk to migrants, immigrants, lawyers, policy makers, advocates and experts. We hope that these conversations shed light on the challenges migrants face through their own voices. Please note this podcast is not legal advice.
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Over the past decade, millions of people have immigrated to the US from Mexico. But a large number of those immigrants have returned. And for kids who grew up largely in the US, returning to Mexico isn't easy. On the United Stateless Podcast, binational returnees share their stories of life, love, Spanglish, culture shock, missing bagels and figuring out where home really is.
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Coffee stories with an extra shot of history and science. Filter Stories is a podcast revealing coffee’s hidden microscopic secrets, its powerful past, and how your choice of beans impacts tens of millions of people. See the behind-the-scenes stories on Instagram @filterstoriespodcast. If you haven't already, please subscribe to the show and review us on Apple Podcasts and Spotify!
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Palestine Deep Dive

Palestine Deep Dive

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Palestine Deep Dive: Connecting Palestinian realities to Western audiences. We are a bold new media platform challenging the mainstream, committed to empowering and maximising the impact of Palestinian voices.
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The Center for a Stateless Society (C4SS.org) is an anarchist think-tank and media center. Its mission is to explain and defend the idea of vibrant social cooperation without aggression, oppression, or centralized authority. In particular, it seeks to enlarge public understanding and transform public perceptions of anarchism, while reshaping academic and movement debate, through the production and distribution of market anarchist media content, both scholarly and popular. It is also the home ...
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A discussion on Palestinian struggle for freedom and statehood hosted by veteran Palestinian journalist Ruba Husari. In each episode the host interviews academics, historians and experts in their fields on Palestiine, Israel, and Zionism history and explores the path to an independent Palestine.
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Welcome! I’m Stephen Rose. I am a follower of the Austrian School of Economics, in the intellectual tradition of Frederick Hayek, Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard, and Hans Hermann Hoppe. This is my blog. It is my hope that it lives up to its name, and becomes an intellectual standard bearer in humankind’s progress toward a stateless world. Topics for this show will cover all facets of that struggle. All content here is my own. I hope you enjoy it. Please contact me at anarchiststandard//@/ ...
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Reimagining with Rayjon

Rayjon Share Care of Sarnia, Inc.

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

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A project of ReFOCUS Media Labs citizen journalists, FRACTURED is an informative podcast about the most important events as well as political and social challenges related to the refugee crisis and migration flows in the world with a special focus on Europe. ReFOCUS Media Labs foundation is dedicated to building a global network of media labs to equip asylum seekers and recognized refugees with modern media creation skills. For more go to: https://refocusmedialabs.org/
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Are you a Christian who feels politically homeless? Like all the politicians are on the same side and you’re left to choose between two bad options called ”the right” or ”the left”? As Christians, we are supposed to follow Christ—not a political party. On this show, we explore what it means to put down a flag (be it a nation or party) and to live life choosing to pick up the Cross. In conversation with theologians, Christians, and non-Christians, host Craig Harguess, self-proclaimed former n ...
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The Enragés, a production of the Center for a Stateless Society (C4SS.org), features questions and casual conversations with authors about recent pieces they’ve published on the C4SS site. Hosted by Eric Fleischmann, this podcast will focus exclusively on the works of C4SS authors and will give listeners a chance to get to know these thinkers better. We'll regularly be taking listener questions too on Patreon! (Patreon.com/C4SSdotorg) The name of the podcast comes from the loosely affiliated ...
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The Communist Manifesto was conceived as an outline of the basic beliefs of the Communist movement. The authors believed that the European Powers were universally afraid of the nascent movement, and were condemning as "communist," people or activities that did not actually conform to what the Communists believed. This Manifesto, then, became a manual for their beliefs.In it we find Marx and Engel's rehearsal of the idea that Capital has stolen away the work of the artisan and peasant by buil ...
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The Migration Podcast

The Migration Podcast

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The field of migration and mobility studies is vast and has grown exponentially over the past decades. To make sense of the movement of people, this podcast explores migration and mobility research globally. Providing a platform for migration scholars to speak about their projects, ideas and insights, The IMISCOE Migration Podcast aims to publicize what happens inside universities around the world. This is a podcast by the research community for everyone interested in knowing more about acad ...
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Welcome to the Free Ideas Podcast, a space that showcases guests from a wide array of disciplines and skillsets from artists to farmers, writers to explorers, historians, astrologers, holistic practitioners, visionaries and psychonauts to individuals with no particular title but whom have a story to tell and unique perspectives to share. With common themes of consciousness, transformation, creativity, contemplations on cultural narratives and worldview, independent thought, personal developm ...
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Every week TWiT hosts talk to the smartest people in the world about the most important topics in technology. Join Leo Laporte and other TWiT hosts for these enlightening one-on-one interviews. Although the show is no longer in regular production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
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Your alternative to talkback. Backchat is a weekly show of news, politics, interviews, discussion, satire, and feature reporting. Hosted by Holly Payne and Tanita Razaghi. Executive produced by Rebecca Cushway, with producers Libby Hopper and Nic Huntington. Got an idea for a story? Email us: backchat@fbiradio.com We're also on Twitter @BackchatFBi [405192]
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Post Play is a deep-dive companion podcast series from Netflix. Each season listen to your favorite actors, directors, writers and show runners in discussion about the series you love, revealing secrets from the set and the cutting room floor.
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America the Bilingual is a storytelling podcast designed to inspire people on their journey to bilingualism. We'll listen to people who have become bilingual, especially native-English speakers who learned another language as adults (that is, the hard way). How did they do it? Why did they do it? How do they lead their bilingual lives? You'll find out every two weeks.
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Migration is a complex phenomenon – for individuals, it is a personal journey that can result in struggle or triumph depending on life circumstances; and for countries, it can be an economic driver, or a source of social tension or even conflict. Host Maggie Perzyna, a researcher with the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Migration and Integration program at Toronto Metropolitan University, explores the complexity of migration with the help of leading academics and professionals working wi ...
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The Review Squared is a weekly news analysis and student lifestyle radio show and podcast on Blaze Radio broadcasting from Phoenix and Washington, DC with regular panelists Gideon Kariuki, John Brown, Ethan Pelland, Kirsten Dorman and Haley Smilow. Catch us live on blazeradioonline.com Fridays at 7pm MST. Blaze Radio is Arizona State University's student radio station.
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The Expert by Experience ( EbE) network Podcast where our members discuss various issues from their authentic perspectives. The purpose of this podcast is to strengthen understanding, build bridges and break down the stigma toward people seeking asylum and refugees. The EbE network is a national group formed of people seeking asylum and those with refugee status. The groups are supported by Refugee Action. Free is the name of the podcast's music, composed and sung by one of our members, Phil ...
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The Royal Canadian Movie Podcast

The Royal Canadian Movie Podcast

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The Royal Canadian Movie Podcast is standing on guard for Canadian film. Each week Becky Shrimpton and Cameron Maitland invite a special guest to choose a Canadian film they love. We research, discuss, review, and summarize the films and help listeners find the weird, the award winning, and the wilds of Canadian Film.
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The unique take of think tanks on different topics related to multilateralism and foreign policy. A podcast to bring the immense knowledge and research achieved by think tanks from all over the globe to the heart of international Geneva. A podcast series proposed by the Think Tank Hub.
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/transforming-workflow-automation-from-stateless-to-stateful. Discover how I transformed my workflow automation from Staffware to Camunda. Check more stories related to business at: https://hackernoon.com/c/business. You can also check exclusive content about #workflow-auto…
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The Nakba Never Ended. Amid 76 years of Nakba and 7 months of genocide, Basma and Ahmed expose Israel's ongoing colonial project stealing as much Palestinian land as possible while erasing the indigenous population. Basma El Doukhi is a Humanitarian Scholar and Stateless Palestinian Refugee from Rashidieh Camp in Lebanon Studying a PhD in Migration…
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Palestine Uncensored host Ruba Husari interviews Professor Susan Akram, of Boston University school of law and an expert on international human rights and refugee law on Palestinian nationality and "Jewish" nationality and the issue of citizenship from a historical and legal aspect. The episode explores how Palestinians who were recognized as Pales…
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In this week's show we take a deep dive into the Seine, to find out how Paris's river is preparing for the 2024 Olympics. We see how authorities are racing against time to boost security, curb pollution and keep visitors entertained. With just a few weeks to go before the opening ceremony, one question remains: Will the Seine actually be swimmable?…
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Meet Esther Yoo, Director of the Refugee and Immigration Law Clinic at the William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawai'i. We talk about how immigration and refugee law clients and issues are unique in Hawai'i and the kind of representation and challenges her clinic and students address. They provide services to unaccompanied chil…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/how-it-shapes-the-new-customer-experience. Why is customer experience in banks so important, and what components can be used to improve it? Check more stories related to business at: https://hackernoon.com/c/business. You can also check exclusive content about #customer-ex…
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Join host Craig on a soul-stirring quest as he delves into the unconventional world of Christians who reject political affiliation with the enigmatic Royal Priest in this eye-opening episode. With more than 20 years of experience in ministry, the Royal Priest—author and host of numerous podcasts—cuts through conventional Christian narratives, offer…
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In this episode of "Fractured" we host National Geographic Explorer Photojournalist Hailey Sadler who has worked across the Middle East, Africa, Southeast Asia, and the U.S. Her work explores themes of trauma, memory, and identity through the psychological and emotional experiences of conflict and forced displacement. Hailey's reporting and researc…
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Meet Dr. Nandita Sharma, author of Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants. Her provocative book interrogates the nation-state system and the anti-colonial and post-colonial aspiration to seek nationalized sovereignty through a terr=itorialized form - that sovereignty as territorial rule is the pinnacle of liberat…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/redefining-economic-forecasts-how-insytzs-algorithm-could-have-predicted-the-great-recession. New invest-tech company, insytz, says they can solve this lack of foresight and ensure history doesn’t repeat itself. Check more stories related to business at: https://hackernoon…
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French lawmakers are set to debate a new text on assisted dying in France, a parliamentary marathon that could last until the summer of 2025. France currently allows deep sedation but medically-assisted suicide remains illegal. It is a topic that is deeply divisive in France; to find out why, we went to meet patients and caregivers who campaign for…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/6-product-upsell-email-ideas-that-work. Want to learn about how upsell emails can help you business? Check out these 6 actionable ways. Check more stories related to business at: https://hackernoon.com/c/business. You can also check exclusive content about #marketing, #sma…
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Meet Dr. Kyle Kajihiro who teaches at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa in Ethnic Studies and Geography and Environment. His research focuses on U.S. imperial formations, militarization, and Indigenous and decolonial social movements in Hawaiʻi and the Pacific region. He is also a founding member of Hawai'i Peace and Justice, an organization worki…
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Meet Dr. Kyle Kajihiro who teaches at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa in Ethnic Studies and Geography and Environment. His research focuses on U.S. imperial formations, militarization, and Indigenous and decolonial social movements in Hawaiʻi and the Pacific region. He is also a founding member of Hawai'i Peace and Justice, an organization worki…
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Jawdat al-Khoudary's home was known as the most beautiful place in the Gaza Strip. Now, nothing remains of the house or garden. Khoudary, one of Gaza' most successful business men, whose family dates back nine generations in Gaza, had created a 100,000-square-foot oasis amid the besieged coastal enclave. Ahmed Alnaouq is a Palestinian journalist fr…
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Have you ever considered the profound impact your food choices have on your health, the environment, and the local economy? Michael from Copperhead Hill Farms is on the show to reveal the significance of supporting local agriculture and the empowerment that comes with food sovereignty. The conversation spans Michael's shift from suburban living to …
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/economists-agree-politicians-dont-so-guess-who-loses. Inflation feels like it's eating our paychecks alive, the price of everything is enough to make you wince, and finding good workers seems impossible. Check more stories related to business at: https://hackernoon.com/c/b…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/do-not-open-this-article. Do not read this meta description. Check more stories related to business at: https://hackernoon.com/c/business. You can also check exclusive content about #marketing-strategies, #personal-growth-tips, #pushing-boundaries, #starting-a-business, #s…
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"No More Morias" was the battle cry after the fires destroyed the most infamous refugee camp on European soil in 2020. It was also the justification for €276 million of EU funds to create new CCAC (Closed Controlled Access Centers) on the Greek islands. While ecologically motivated legal battles in the highest court of Greece continue to hold up th…
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Dr Omar Abdel-Mannan exposes Israel's wholesale destruction of the Palestinian healthcare system in Gaza and the unprecedented injuries sustained by civilians. He also uncovers the repression faced by healthcare workers around the world who are standing up for their colleagues in Gaza. Ahmed Alnaouq is a Palestinian journalist from Gaza and co-foun…
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Deep inside your coffee grinder, tiny changes can have massive consequences. This episode takes you deep inside Mahlkönig’s grinders to show you how coffee is ground and the importance of particle sizes on flavour. If you’re a home coffee lover, you could easily spend thousands of dollars on your coffee grinder. But after diving deep into the R&D o…
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“There's a total contradiction between irregularity and child protection…not doing anything, or rather the opposite, blocking the access to a resident permit is a children's rights violation, in my opinion, because it leads to vulnerability, it leads to some kind of protection issues, social exclusion, and so on.”In this episode, we hear Alexandra …
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It's a colossus of glass, metal, and stone with a location that makes all the other Paris monuments envious. Located between the Seine and the Champs-Élysées, the Grand Palais was built for the 1900 Exposition Universelle world fair to showcase French art. Closed three years ago for its first complete renovation in history, it's getting a second le…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/marketing-expert-padraig-oconnor-shares-his-journey-to-the-top. Explore the remarkable career journey of Padraig O'Connor, a marketing trailblazer known for his resilience and innovative strategies. Check more stories related to business at: https://hackernoon.com/c/busine…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/first-employee-my-journey-from-solopreneur-to-entrepreneur. Build an empire by hiring the right people at the right time. Principles that help you evolve from a Solopreneur to Entrepreneur. Check more stories related to business at: https://hackernoon.com/c/business. You c…
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Join Craig and Ivan Soto on The Bad Roman Podcast as they explore the connection between Christianity, anarchy, and psychedelics. In this episode, Ivan discusses his transformative experiences with these substances and their significant impact on his spiritual journey. The conversation tackles the government's control over these plants, their histo…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/a-few-quick-lessons-from-my-worst-hire. Sharing the lessons I learned from hiring an incompetent and unqualified employee. Check more stories related to business at: https://hackernoon.com/c/business. You can also check exclusive content about #business, #small-business, #…
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In this episode of Fractured we cover one of the largest yet almost completely forgotten crises in the world: the situation of Rohingya. Persecuted over decades in Myanmar they found shelter in the neighboring countries. Yet no integration or even a refugee status has been offered to them. This episode aims at bringing this topic closer to Western …
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In 1924, French poet André Breton wrote a short text with fellow poet and compatriot Louis Aragon that was to send ripples through the world of art and literature, providing a blueprint for the avant-garde movements of the 20th century. One century later, we take a look at how the Surrealist Manifesto prompted an intellectual and artistic revolutio…
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This episode features the brightly inspired Ariel Harbour-Laxton with whom I had a thouroughly enjoyable and invigorating converstaion. Ariel is a an artist, astrologer, musician and overall creative soul who, in this episode, shares her story of evolution from troubled youth to source-centered human, reflecting on her healing path as well as artis…
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For your coffee to taste its best, it’s crucial you buy fresh roasts and grind fresh.… .….Or maybe not. When I began creating this episode, I was convinced that ‘fresh is best’. But, after delving into the science of coffee freshness, I don’t believe that anymore. This episode goes deep into how diffusion and oxidation changes a coffee’s flavours. …
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This episode features my old high school pal, Rory Turnbull whom, after many years of no contact, I recently had the pleasure of reconnecting with. Rory is a wealth of wisdom in the fields of soil science, microbiology, permaculture, cannabis science & cultivation, among others and is also the founder Gaiazyme which I will provide info regarding, b…
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Matt Kennard breaks down Declassified UK's investigations into Britain's military activity towards Gaza amid Israel's ongoing genocide. He also exposes the role of the Israel Lobby in Britain and the colonial reality of Zionism. Matt Kennard is an investigative journalist and co-founder of @DeclassifiedUK. He is the author of three books: Irregular…
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Chris Gunness demands the UK immediately restores all funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency which provides essential aid to Palestinians in Gaza. He also warns that third party states freezing aid to UNRWA at a time when the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled it is ‘plausible’ that Israel is committing genocide in Gaza m…
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Exactly five years ago, the world watched in horror as Paris's Notre-Dame Cathedral was ravaged by flames. Today, carpenters and artisans are hammering away to meet a December 8 deadline for the Gothic landmark's grand reopening. Spectators attending the Paris Olympics this summer will already be able to admire the renovated structure from the outs…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/how-airbnb-hacked-craigslist-for-viral-growth-24l35eg. Not only did they completely revolutionize and redefine travel as we know it, but Airbnb was also one of the first-ever true “Unicorns”. Check more stories related to business at: https://hackernoon.com/c/business. You…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/cultural-intelligence-in-hi-tech-leadership-navigating-global-business-dynamics. Learn from industry examples and discover best practices for fostering an inclusive, innovative environment in global tech enterprises. Check more stories related to business at: https://hacke…
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The Against All Flags podcast team underscore the groundbreaking proclamation of 'No King but Christ' and join us on an exploration of the intriguing intersection of faith and state. Tune in for a captivating conversation that not only reveals the early church's commitment to nonviolence, but also delves into personal experiences of life beyond pol…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/7-ways-cmos-can-cut-costs-while-boosting-growth-and-efficiency. CMOs can embrace the power of SEO and create content that connects with their target audience, reduces costs, and helps drive significant business growth. Check more stories related to business at: https://hac…
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Despite being deemed illegal by multiple courts ranging from the European Court on Human Rights and the UK Supreme Court, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s Conservative government refuses to give up on their plan to forcibly deport asylum seekers to Rwanda. This, coupled with indefinite detention in centers notorious for outrageous criminal care and con…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/6-bad-ui-design-examples-common-errors-of-ui-designers-e498e657b0c4. Before diving deeper, let’s see what is exactly the user interface design? It’s just like I wish to feel welcomed when I visit your house, and every coming visitor of website would have such a feeling lik…
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This story was originally published on HackerNoon at: https://hackernoon.com/how-to-use-digital-marketing-to-boost-your-startups-success. When used wisely, digital marketing can accelerate startup growth without requiring a significant investment. Check more stories related to business at: https://hackernoon.com/c/business. You can also check exclu…
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