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بودكاست عيب يطرح قضايا اجتماعية واقعية ما زالت تعتبر بنظر المجتمع مثيرة للجدل، محرّمة، أو "عيب". يخصص الموسم الثالث حلقاته حول مواضيع تتعلق بالإنجاب، الأمومة، الأبوة والتربية. في الحلقة الأولى نبدأ من الصفر ونسأل: هل مأسسة العلاقة العاطفية بالضرورة تعني إنجاب أطفال؟ هل الانجاب بحد ذاته هو خيار؟ ومن يتمتع برفاهية هذا الخيار؟ بعد ذلك تنتقل حلقات البودكاست الى الحديث إلى أمهات أو آباء حول تجارب الحمل والولادة، ظروف إنجاب مختلفة، الوالديّة والتربية حيث نطرح من خلال قصص واقعية تجارب، تحديات، خيار ...
 
This is the Colour of Innovation, a podcast on innovation brought to you by the United Nations Development Programme. Innovation for development is about disrupting the way things work, or don’t… and using creative approaches for solving difficult problems that people experience every day. This show brings to you inspiring stories of innovation from across the Arab States. In each episode, UNDP introduces social innovators, sharing their inspirations and their ideas, their passions and their ...
 
يروي برنامج خرائط اللامكان قصص فاقدي الجنسية
 
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مثّل خطف رزان زيتونة في التاسع من ديسمبر لحظة فارقة في مسار الثورة السورية. رزان، رغم شبابها، من المحاميات وناشطات حقوق الإنسان المكرّسات في الساحة السورية. عملت على الدفاع عن المُعتقلين السياسيين أمام محاكم النظام خلال بدايات عملها الحقوقي في العقد الأول من القرن، مع مساهمة فاعلة في المبادرات السياسية المُعارضة، وكتابات صحفية مُتابعة للشأن السوري ومُساهِمة في النقاش حوله. مع انطلاق الثورة السورية، لعبت رزان دوراً كبيراً في المشاركة في تأسيس لجان التنسيق المحلّية، ثم مركز توثيق الانتهاكات، إ ...
 
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VOMENA at KPFA
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Voices of the Middle East and North Africa is a weekly program hosted by Malihe Razazan and Mira Nabulsi. It explores the richly diverse and fascinating world of culture and politics of the Middle East and North Africa through a complex web of class, gender, ethnic, religious and regional differences. Voices of the Middle East and North Africa airs on KPFA radio, 94.1 FM, in Berkeley, CA. Online on kpfa.org or subscribe to iTunes.
 
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كيف ممكن نشوف مفهوم "الخطيفة" أو الهروب لأجل الحب في حياتنا المعاصرة؟ وكيف بنلاقي أنفسنا بين تداخل لحظات الحب ولحظات العنف اللي بنعيشها في هذه التجارب؟ وكيف نتصالح مع خياراتنا ومع خيارات أهلنا ومجتمعنا اللي رفضوا هاد الارتباط في لحظة ما؟ بالحلقة الثالثة من الموسم الرابع من "عيب" بنسمع قصّتين بمسارات مختلفة ومصائر وتصالحات مختلفة عن كيف ناس حبّت ...…
 
Protesters took to the streets of Baghdad once again on October 25 calling for radical changes to the existing political and economic systemEver since a new waves of protests erupted in Baghdad on October 1 and quickly spread several southern cities, Iraq has been rocked by demonstrations and acts of civil disobedience rooted in long-standing g ...…
 
On October 9, Turkey launched an offensive into northeastern Syria dubbed Operation Spring Peace in which Turkey provided air and artillery support to thousands of Syrian rebels in an assault on an area governed by Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).At the onset of the operation, Turkish president Erdogan stated “The main aim of the operation is to ...…
 
هل بنقدر نقول عن الحب عبر المسافات إنه اختيار؟ هل بعض الأشخاص بتقودها مصائرها لعلاقات بعيدة؟ شو هي المساومات التي بنقوم بها في البُعد؟ وشو هي التفاهمات اللي بنوصللها في اللقاءات المؤقتة؟ وشو مصير هاي العلاقات؟ باختصار، هل في حب بعيد وحلو؟ في هاي الحلقة بيرويلنا محمد وتالا وفراس تجاربهم مع العلاقات البعيدة، وبيحكولنا عن التحديات والجماليات والتس ...…
 
شو هو الحب؟ وكيف بنتعامل معه كأجيال معاصرة على عكس جيل أهلنا واللي سبقوهم؟ وقديش بنقدر نحكي عنه؟ في الحلقة الأولى من الموسم الرابع من "عيب"، بنحكي معكم عن الحب والعلاقات، بدءًا من التساؤلات الشخصية لمقدمة هالموسم، فرح، ومرورًا بالرحلة اللي مرّت فيها خلال إعداد البودكاست... عن محاولة تعريف الحب، والبحث عن قصص الناس وسماعها. فرح رح تحكيلنا عن الأ ...…
 
بعالم بيتغيّر كل يوم، ووعي عم يكبر، وتجارب عم تكتر، ومساحات عم بتضيق، ومسافات عم بتزيد، كيف فينا نحكي عن الحب والعلاقات؟ بهاد الموسم الرابع من “عيب” من إنتاج “صوت” رح نستكشف ونغوص بقصص وأفكار ومشاعر كتير لحتى نجرب نحكي عن الحب والعلاقات. ورح تكون معكم فرح برقاوي، لحتى تناقشكم بجوانب من هاي القصص اللي مش كل الناس بتحكي عنها، أو يمكن بتنشاف “غريب ...…
 
Vomena Sept 27th, 2019: Presidential elections in Tunisia; Democracy movement in Algeria by KPFA: Voices of the Middle East and North AfricaBy KPFA: Voices of the Middle East and North Africa
 
In the past two months, the Turkish Authorities have escalated their crackdown on Syrian refugees living in Istanbul arresting thousands and giving them an ultimatum until August 20th to move to the cities they obtained residency in when they first arrived into Turkey OR face deportations back to Syria. The deadline is now extended to the end o ...…
 
Last May, Donald Trump unilaterally violated the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran, the United States and 5 other world powers, and followed this up by reimposing harsh economic, trade and financial sanctions against Iran-Back in July of 2015 Iran, the US, along with Russia, China, and the European Union had agreed to a Joint Comprehensive Pl ...…
 
Last May, Donald Trump unilaterally violated the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran, the United States and 5 other world powers, and followed this up by reimposing harsh economic, trade and financial sanctions against Iran.Back in July of 2015 Iran, the US, along with Russia, China, and the European Union had agreed to a Joint Comprehensive Pl ...…
 
Almost nine years after its Jasmine revolution, which precipitated a chain reaction of revolts in the Arab world, Tunisia is seen as the only one among the ten countries directly impacted by the Arab Spring to have succeeded in establishing a formal democracy and, as such, has been accepted into the world’s club of democratic countries. It is n ...…
 
Sixty years ago, Algeria was known as a poster child for anti-colonial revolution and became a magnet for liberation struggles worldwide after reaching independence in 1962. Half-a-century later, the Algerian people are back in the streets, this time for a revolution against autocracy and corruption, national independence having failed to deliv ...…
 
Yemen’s southern secessionist forces appear to have taken effective control of the port city of Aden, seat of the internationally recognized government of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi. In this latest conflict, fighters loyal to Southern Transitional Council (STC), which seeks an independent south Yemen, began an offensive against the govern ...…
 
Since the overthrow of long-time dictator Muammar Al Qadafi in 2011, with the support of NATO, Libya was thrown into chaos with no foreseen end. For the past few years a power struggle has emerged between the internationally recognized government led by Prime Minister Fayez al-Serraj and the self-proclaimed Libyan National Army led by General K ...…
 
In this Interview Khalil Bendib talks with the Israeli scholar Ilan Pappé about his book "On Palestine" which he co-authored with Noam Chomsky. Published in the aftermath of Israel's offensive on Gaza known as "Operation Protective Edge" which left thousands of Palestinians dead and cleared the way for another Israeli land grab.Khalil asks Papp ...…
 
An exclusive interview with Samer N. Abboud (@samer_abboud ‏), Associate Professor of historical and political studies at Arcadia University about his latest book "Syria: Hot Spots In Global Politics"With more than 500,000 people killed and at least half of the population displaced, Syria’s conflict is considered the most deadly of the twenty-f ...…
 
In recent months, the Trump administration’s plan to add a citizenship question on the 2020 US census, has garnered significant controversy and media attention. For now the supreme court decide to bloc the question but the decision is not yet final. The census is supposed to count all people living in the United States regardless of citizenship ...…
 
This week, we’ll cover the crackdown on Sudanese protesters and the ongoing fight for democracy in Sudan. We speak with McGill University political scientist Khalid MedaniLater in the program, we mark the 10th anniversary of Iran’s 2009 mass protests. We speak with Iranian-German documentary filmmaker Ali Samadi Ahadi about his searing film “Th ...…
 
For hundreds of millions of Muslims around the world, Ramadan is a month for fasting, praying and family get-togethers. In the Arab World, Ramadan also happens to be the time when people feast on their favorite TV series and soap opera.This week, we speak with CUNY anthropologist Professor Christa Salamandra about Syrian dramas and how the ongo ...…
 
This week, we bring you an exclusive interview With Samer N. Abboud (@samer_abboud ‏), associate professor of historical and political studies at Arcadia University about his new book "Syria: Hot Spots In Global Politics"With more than 500,000 people killed and at least half of the population displaced, Syria’s conflict is considered the most d ...…
 
What does justices mean to those who have been tortured by state actors? How should we hold governments accountable for killing and torturing their citizens? This week, we speak with Robert Bahar about a new exceptional documentary, "The Silence of Others", which chronicles how the victims of Franco’s 40-year dictatorship in Spain, have been se ...…
 
بعد توقف طويل، بنرجعلكم قريباً بموسم رابع من بودكاست عيب، وبهاد الوقت بندعوكم للاستماع إلى بودكاست "دُمْ تَكْ" من منصة صوت ومعازف واللي بنقدملكم اياه يوم الأحد من كل أسبوعين لنروي فيه سيرة فنّانات عربيّات، أنتجتلنا موهبتهم مخزون موسيقي رفيع. بتلاقوا بودكاست دم تك على مختلف تطبيقات البودكاست. للاستماع لبودكاست دم تك، ابحثوا عن "دم تك" على أبل بو ...…
 
This week, we bring you a conversation on the latest dramatic political developments in Sudan with Elsadig Elsheikh, the Director of the Global Justice program at the Haas Institute at UC BerkeleyLater in the program, award-winning multidisciplinary artist, and author Niloufar Talebi joins us to talk about her new opera Abraham in Flames, inspi ...…
 
Elsadig Elsheikh is the Director of the Global Justice program at the Haas Institute, where he oversees the program’s projects on food system, global equity, and human rights.By KPFA: Voices of the Middle East and North Africa
 
It was February 11th, 1979, after a few moments of silence on Radio Tehran's broadcast, the voice of Jamshid Adili goes "In sedaaye enghelaab-e mardom-e Iran ast" -- "This is the voice of the Revolution of the Iranian people." He went on to repeat the announcement as if he was trying to reassure the audience that the revolution had brought an e ...…
 
This week, we speak with New York-based visual artist Mariam Ghani about her new documentary "What We Left Unfinished", which is part of a long-term research, film, exhibition and book project centered around five unfinished Afghan feature films shot, but never edited, between 1978 and 1992. Later in the program, we talk about the new play "Sce ...…
 
On Tuesday, April 9th, over 6 Million Israeli voters headed to polling stations to choose their next government in a race that displayed all shades of right-wing blocs in Israel.Results as of Thursday evening indicate that the incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is leading. His main rival the Blue and White alliance led by former Chief ...…
 
After months of street protests, people in Sudan finally got rid of the country’s long time dictator Omar Al- Bashir, but the celebration soon turned into anger when they realized one military rule is replaced by another- As one protester put it- we did not protest to replace one thief with anotherSo what is next for Sudan? And what in store fo ...…
 
This week, we get an update on the political developments in Algeria after the official resignation of the President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. We speak again with Dr Thomas Serres of UC Santa Cruz.Later in the programWe hear from the Syrian illustrator Dima Nachawi. We talk about the art scene, especially in exile, and the importance of creative wo ...…
 
Algeria has been in happy turmoil for the past seven weeks, with millions of people in the streets reclaiming their rights to genuine representation from a tired and corrupt old regime. President for 20 years, Abdelaziz Bouteflika has not only accepted to peacefully resign, but he has even apologized to the Algerian people. To get a better sens ...…
 
It’s been 8 years since the Syrian people revolted against Bashar Al Assad regime. During these years Syrian art has flourished inside and in the diaspora, documenting loss, exile, resistance and resilience. We speak with Syrian artist Dima Nachawi, she is an illustrator and the founder of the Memory Initiative for Syrian Culture. Last year, Di ...…
 
This week, we speak with Eli Clifton, contributor editor of lobelia, about the recent controversies surrounding Representative Ilhan Omar, who has been questioning the US’s unconditional support for Israel as well as the influence of AIPAC, the powerful lobby that is instrumental in shaping US foreign policy in the Middle East.Later in the prog ...…
 
On March 29th The Center for Iranian Diaspora Studies at San Francisco State will bring together academics, researchers, artists, and filmmakers from seven countries, for a 2-day conference titled "Forty Years & More: International Conference on Iranian Diaspora Studies" The conference will mark the 40th anniversary of the 1979 Iranian Revoluti ...…
 
This week, we speak with Ahmad Abu Ertema, a Gaza based journalist and author, and one of the organizers of the Gaza’s Great March of Return, as well as historian Jehad Abu Salim who is also staff member of the American Friends Service Committee about the Great Mach, The impacts of Israel's decade-long blockade of the Gaza strip.Later in the pr ...…
 
From poster child for colonial struggles in the nineteen fifties and sixties, Algeria has transitioned to a country that is still struggling to perfect its own democratic system fifty years later, trying to attain the long-promised emancipation that so many had died for. Today, the streets of Algiers and other major cities are filled with passi ...…
 
In this episode, we cover behavioral insights and how UNDP Yemen is implementing this methodology in the context of their programming to Prevent Violent Extremism. We dive into stories of how UNDP Yemen, together with Nudge Lebanon, employed “nudges” to increase participation in workshops designed to overcome trauma and manage conflict.…
 
While technology can be seen as a force that isolates us, it can also be what brings us together. What is Civic Tech and how can it help break down barriers between citizens and their governments? Through stories from Palestine and Tunisia we explore how technology can improve relationships and serve as a bridge between citizens and their gover ...…
 
How can social innovation camps give people with disabilities an opportunity to solve their own problems? Bringing together people with diverse backgrounds, experiences and skills, UNDP Egypt hosted a series of social innovation camps, called “Design for Inclusive Living,” that created a space for creativity and collaboration among people with ...…
 
How can design thinking help address what the UN has called the worst cholera outbreak in recorded history? In Yemen, a country where two thirds of the population do not have access to clean water, the UNDP Country Office supported a team of local innovators through UNDP’s regional Youth Leadership Programme to address this challenge. By using ...…
 
This week, we revisit the refugee crisis in the Mediterranean region specifically in Greece, to see where things stand, and the similarities with the refugee and migrant crisis at the US southern border. We speak with Pan Zanetakis, a human rights worker with the Greek organization HumanRights360, and Chicago based Attorney Leena Odeh who spent ...…
 
In this episode, we explore two stories of green innovation, from Jerusalem and Khartoum, where solar energy is harnessed to create innovative solutions to sustainable development challenges. Learn how one young woman from Palestine is using solar energy to recycle food waste into new products and organic fertilizers, and how one young man from ...…
 
Sometimes the best solutions are right in front of us! This is a story of how UNDP Lebanon is using WhatsApp, one of the world’s most popular messaging applications, to help people speak their minds and shape their own narratives. Using WhatsApp, UNDP Lebanon created a mechanism to capture individual stories and gain deeper insights into daily ...…
 
This week , we speak with exiled Egyptian socialist activist Hossam El-Hamalawy about the legacy of the Arab Spring in his country - and in the middle east and north Africa region. Despite the bleak economic situation and unspeakably ferocious political repression in Egypt, El- Hamalawy explains why he is still hopeful that - in the long term - ...…
 
لينا خطاب وعهد التميمي٬ أسيرتان محررتان٬ ترويان لنا ظروف التحقيق والاعتقال القاسية٬ كما تحكيان لنا عن معاناة تجاوزت حدود السجن، ننشر هذه الحلقة بالتعاون مع Kerning Cultures Lina Khattab and Ahed Tamimi were arrested as teenagers. Their stories are years apart, but at the time of their imprisonment, people around the world stood either in suppor ...…
 
This week, we unpack the story of the young Saudi woman Rahaf Mohammed Al Qnun. Rahaf who decided to seek asylum abroad, with writer and analyst Hana Al-Khamri(@hanaalkhamri ).Later in the program, researcher and former student activist Mohammad PourAbdollah talks to us about the most recent labor protests at the Haft Tapeh Sugar Cane factory i ...…
 
Nearly three decades after Omar Al Bashir came to power, the Sudanese regime is facing a formidable challenge posed by a fresh wave of unrest. Popular uprisings are not new to Sudan. This most recent wave of protest over a month ago in the northeastern city of Atbara. Locals took to the streets over a government decision to triple the price of ...…
 
Nearly three decades after Omar Al Bashir came to power, the Sudanese regime is facing a formidable challenge posed by a fresh wave of unrest, which started in the northeastern city of Atbara on December 19. Protests which first erupted over a government decision to triple the price of bread have swiftly escalated into anti-government rallies, ...…
 
This week, we speak with award-winning Lebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki about her academy award-nominated film Capernaum, which won the Jury Prize at Cannes film festival in 2018 Later in the program, Issa Golitzen Farajaje joins us to talk about his collaboration with Aswat, the Bay Area's Premier Arab Music Ensemble, to research and perform a ...…
 
After 4 years of a devastating war in Yemen, this week we delve into the complexities of living with war, through the eyes of a group of Yemeni women. We will hear from them talking about their activism and what roles they took on in their communities and families since the beginning of the war in 2015But first we discuss the pro-Israel backlas ...…
 
في الحلقة العاشرة والأخيرة من الموسم الثالث من بودكاست عيب منسأل ليش المجتمع بيعطي للرجل الحق يقرر مين بنفع تكون أم ومين ما بينفع تكون أم؟ شو الحل أمام امرأة بدأت التقدم في السن ولم تتوفق في ايجاد شريك حياة مناسب ولكن لديها رغبة وجاهزية ان تكون أم؟ ليش أسهل عالمجتمع يقبل إنه إمرأة عزباء تتبنى طفل وتربيه بينما أصعب عليه يقبل إنه امرأة عزباء تروح ...…
 
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