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Religion and Ethics Report - Separate stories podcast
 
What happens when UN peacekeepers take off their blue helmets, and become perpetrators of terrible crimes?
 
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The Dori Monson Show
 
12PM - Big Lead: #1 Jay Inslee says drinking and driving is just as dangerous as texting and driving. Jason fact checks this claim. #2 The Washington State University student government is asking the athletic department to stop recruiting any athletes with a history of sexual violence. #3 Mayor Ed Murray says he won’t step down // Teachers are ...…
 
Brooke & Ashley talk about a series of brand missteps starting with Rob's act of sexual violence and ending with Kim's countertops. Subscribe to stay up to date when we return for Life of Kylie!By thekholepodcast@gmail.com (Brooke Marine & Ashley Brandt).
 
BLUE VELVET – In this week’s SECOND Sammy Ain’t Seen Shit, Sammy and Ian take on, in honor of Twin Peaks, one of the most strangely intense movies that Sammy has seen with David Lynch’s “Blue Velvet!” Will Sammy understand why King Koopa is asking weird sexual things? Does Ian want to go for a ride? FIND OUT TONIGHT!!!FULL, UNEDITED SHOW: https ...…
 
We’re getting ready to cover Tales of the Cocktail. So, on this edition of the NOLADrinks Show, we’re playing a couple interviews from the recent past relevant to the event and the industry. First off, is our chat with one of the filmmakers of the documentary, Pisco Punch: A Cocktail Comeback Story. We then chat with Felecia and Scott Mayer who ...…
 
I last spoke to Liu Xiaobo from my home in Maryland the day before the police detained him in Beijing in December 2008. He wanted to discuss the use of a few words in the final draft of Charter 08, a constitutional reform manifesto. He was proud of how he had collected one more signature from a reformer who had been kicked out of the government ...…
 
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Tauren Think Tank: The Podcast About the Blizzard Gamer Behind the Keyboard
 
**DISCLAIMER AND POSSIBLE TRIGGER WARNING** This episode features an interview with a survivor of sexual assault and rape. Listener and parental discretion is advised. Tonight, Jules sits down with CTR Guild member, leader, and friend Turarts, to talk about sexual violence and rape from her own very recent experience. This raw and unfiltered co ...…
 
In this podcast episode, Mia Biondi, Caroline Pugh-Roberts, and AnnaLise Trudell discuss the different ways that we as a community are trying to define and respond to human trafficking in our region. We explore some of the debates surrounding the definition of sex trafficking (should all sex work and prostitution be defined as trafficking?) and ...…
 
Time to get sad in episode 67, in which we discuss what we're calling the 'sad girl aesthetic,' or the intentional cultivation of a sad, feminine image. What's so appealing about this kind of aesthetic? What does its popularity represent in a deeper sense? Why sadness? Why? We're diving into The Virgin Suicides, The Love Witch, and the ouvre of ...…
 
We sat down with Nicole Bedera, a Sociology PHD student at the University of Michigan and former member of the Hospital Response Team at the Rape Recovery Center. We're also joined by Darrah Jones who has spent years as a sexual assault support advocate at the University of Utah. This discussion spans a variety of topics regarding rape and sexu ...…
 
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Sermon Podcasting - Gospel Fellowship of Sussex
 
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The New York Times catalogues all of Trump’s lies, a deluded “breatharian” couple claims to survive without food, Mark Whelan posts an All Lives Matter meme (some conditions apply), 7 percent of Americans think brown cows make chocolate milk, and Mexico City combats sexual violence on the metro with an artisanal “penis seat”. Special Guests: Sa ...…
 
The New York Times catalogues all of Trump’s lies, a deluded “breatharian” couple claims to survive without food, Mark Whelan posts an All Lives Matter meme (some conditions apply), 7 percent of Americans think brown cows make chocolate milk, and Mexico City combats sexual violence on the metro with an artisanal “penis seat”. Special Guests: Sa ...…
 
June is PTSD awareness month. Post-traumatic stress disorder is currently defined as a mental health condition that may develop after exposure to severely traumatic events. Symptoms can appear immediately, or years after the events. Survivors may face years of residual trauma through flashbacks, dreams, and many other symptoms. Due to the stigm ...…
 
“I know it’s in the book but Jesus Christ, Van Helsing!” Download Episode Subscribe on iTunes Take the granddaddy of all vampire books, adding a director in desperate need of a hit and the screenwriter for Hook. Combine with actors who all think they are filming different movies, copious amounts of alcohol, and hot air balloon adventures. Final ...…
 
For the 1 in 5 Australian women who have experienced sexual violence, getting the right kind of support is incredibly important. But when support is spread over different institutions and practitioners that don’t communicate or are insensitive, these vulnerable women are at risk of being re-traumatised all over again. Dr Laura Tarzia from Melbo ...…
 
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SAGE Political Science & International Relations
 
Security Dialogue podcast featuring an interview with Nicole Grove about her article ‘The cartographic ambiguities of HarassMap: Crowdmapping security and sexual violence in Egypt’.
 
On #CorkToday - Discussing new laws to be introduced on road side advertising, Further comments on the issue of bats in people’s homes, Discussing the Cork Sexual Violence Centre annual report, We hear about a bell project to commemorate Sam Maguire in Dunmanway, Gardening advice with Peter and more
 
Dr. Tommy Curry returns to The Context of White Supremacy. An associate professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Texas A&M, Dr. Curry's research interests include philosophy, jurisprudence, Africana Studies, and Gender Studies. His primary area of study is Critical Race Theory and Africana Philosophy. We're eager to invest ...…
 
WARNING: This episode may cause trigger warnings due to descriptions of sexual violence. Jean is back this week from the Jalloo Festival of Animation and Gaming, and Blair is back from a Costa Rican tech trade delegation. This week we are talking about Serious Games: video games that do more than just entertain. We get into the violent details ...…
 
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Speaker for the Living 'Human Trafficking' Podcast
 
This episode contains graphic descriptions and explicit content. Women were recruited, coerced, and abducted on a mass scale, to be systematically raped by soldiers and officers, by order of the Japanese military during World War II. Seth Daire and JJ Janflone shine light on the horrific abuse these women experienced. While the Japanese governm ...…
 
Following pressure from social service providers, and the Privacy Commissioner, the government has rolled back its plans to make all the community organisations it funds handover identifiable personal data by this year. Now there are indications the final plans might exempt those dealing with sexual violence, however it's likely they would have ...…
 
In this episode, Caleb and Mackenzie discuss the way that women are treated in science fiction television and the variety of gender presentation in the genre. They also talk about Star Trek: The Original Series and how far our science fiction has come. Spoiler alert! This episode contains Orphan Black, Stranger Things, and The 100 spoilers. Als ...…
 
In this edition of the MOAS Podcast we’re going to Erfurt Germany and the wider region of Thuringia. We’re going to find out how refugees are welcomed there and speak to some of the people involved on both sides of the integration process. Thanks to Eman, Tarek, Siddiq, Dr Duncan Cooper of the Thurginia Commission for Integration and Migration ...…
 
In this edition of the MOAS Podcast we’re going to Erfurt Germany and the wider region of Thuringia. We’re going to find out how refugees are welcomed there and speak to some of the people involved on both sides of the integration process. Thanks to Eman, Tarek, Siddiq, Dr Duncan Cooper of the Thurginia Commission for Integration and Migration ...…
 
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Bare Naked Bravery: Creative Courage | Raw Valor | Inspired Entrepreneurship | Exposed Ambition
 
Today we have the joy of speaking with Sarah Jane, an artist who knows a lot about holding space for people to be tender and brave. I know this to be true because of my own experience with her. Sarah Jane is currently on staff at the arts organization where I had a 6-week artist residency just after I had been diagnosed with my essential tremor ...…
 
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The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast
 
Ruth Bell Olsson has ended up in some places she didn't expect. Whether in the middle of The Congo talking with victims of sexual violence, or leading a needle exchange for intravenous drug users in her hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan, her destination is often not what she had in mind when beginning her journey. But it is always people that ...…
 
A story from The New Yorker.Within hours of the shooting of the House Majority Whip, Steve Scalise, and four others, one couldn’t help but feel tired watching the predictable brief moment of political unity. The country has been through enough horrors to know that political adversaries will soon line up and take their battle stations on Twitter ...…
 
A memorial to commemorate service men and women from Africa and the Caribbean is to be unveiled in Brixton. Trevor Barnes reports on their contribution during two World Wars and the campaign to build the memorial.William speaks to Rev Dr Alan Everett from St Clements Church and Lotifa Begum from Islamic Relief about their work helping and couns ...…
 
A memorial to commemorate service men and women from Africa and the Caribbean is to be unveiled in Brixton. Trevor Barnes reports on their contribution during two World Wars and the campaign to build the memorial.William speaks to Rev Dr Alan Everett from St Clements Church and Lotifa Begum from Islamic Relief about their work helping and couns ...…
 
A short discussion about the myths related to sexual assault.
 
In this episode of Prevention and Protection, Alex Miller, UE’s associate vice president for risk research and programs, and Alyssa Keehan, director of risk research at UE, discuss the future of Title IX in campus sexual violence under the Trump administration.
 
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