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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.
 
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 rights and wrongs of contemporary politics, 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.)
 
This biweekly podcast will challenge you to study the issues related to human trafficking, become an educated voice in understanding this global problem, and ultimately make a difference in helping bring it to an end. Sandra Morgan, Director of the Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University of Southern California and Dave Stachowiak, Board Member of the Center, explore issues in each episode that will help educate you to be a helpful voice in ending human trafficking.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 35 years, he has also been a radio broadcaster for three decades, and he has spent over 10 years as a television commentator, as well. Mark, hosts Make It Plain, a political, human rights and non-mainstream news podcast. Mark’s lifelong social justice activism intersects with his years ...
 
Do you ever find yourself saying 'YIKES' about things happening in the world? Climate Change, Human Rights and the messiness of everything going on at the moment can be really overwhelming BUT we want to provide a space to chat about these things and find hope in the midst of it all. Hosted by Mikaela Loach and Josephine Becker, edited by Finlay Mowat. Support us through The YIKES Podcast Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/theyikespodcast Follow us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/theyi ...
 
Join me every day for Human Rights a Day. It's a journey through 365 Days of Human Rights Celebrations and Tragedies That Inspired Canada and the World. The short 2 minute readings are from my book Steps in the Rights Direction. Meet people who didn't want to be special but chose to stick their neck out and stand up for what they believed and in doing so changed our world. There's still room for you to make a difference. Start each day with something that will inspire and motivate you to tak ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 5, we dig deeper into the relationship between SDG 8.7 and the United Nations’ other Sustainable Development Goals. We ask if developing stronger institutions could lead to slave-f ...
 
The Good Practice podcast from Emerald Works is a must-listen for anyone involved in Learning and Development or Human Resources. The weekly show, featuring regular appearances from members of the Emerald Works team, plus the occasional special guest, gets right to the heart of issues affecting the L&D and HR communities. From learning needs analysis and evidence-based practice through to the impact of technology on work and hot topics at industry conferences, get critical insights into the ...
 
Democracy and the rule of law are coming under growing strain , while those who stand up to abuses of power and human rights violations face intimidations and physical attacks. Governments shamelessly mobilise institutions, state-controlled media, as well as organised right-wing groups, to silence and suppress their struggle for freedom. Against the odds, Human Rights Defenders continue their fight and this podcast series aims to relay their voices to the wider world. From activists to acade ...
 
If you want to understand how social scientists’ study human behaviour, how industry innovates or want to know more about how they can successfully work together and enhance each other, then you have come to the right place! Join our hosts as they engage with anthropologists, other researchers and industry specialists from all over the world. The discussions will be about their specific work in understanding people and how they apply that understanding to advance industry, scholarship and/or ...
 
Hearing Humans is a podcast about human rights in America. Americans struggle to believe in human rights for a lot of different reasons. Human rights are not national law and are not enshrined in the Bill of Rights. They are not a part of national identity, but the term ‘human rights’ is thrown around freely and often without meaning. Through centering on identity and belief, this podcast takes human rights out of the lecture hall and brings them into your everyday life. Hearing Humans is ho ...
 
WorldAffairs is dedicated to curating conversations across difference, on both global challenges and global solutions. We explore international affairs with the world’s most knowledgeable voices in politics, business, academia, media and technology. Each hour-long episode marries thought-provoking analysis from multiple perspectives to make complex issues relatable. Our expert hosts, former nuclear policy expert Philip Yun, and renowned journalists Ray Suarez and Markos Kounalakis, have only ...
 
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.
 
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.)
 
The International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers' Association (ICoCA) is a multistakeholder initiative whose mission is to raise private industry security standards and promote the responsible provision of private security. During these podcasts ICoCA invites different perspectives on what the future holds for responsible private security that respects human rights and international humanitarian law.Music by www.bensound.com
 
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We talk with Jenna Quinn about her namesake Jenna Quinn Law, a primary prevention law to ensure that children, teachers, and parents are taught about how to recognize child sexual abuse, how to intervene to prevent it from happening, and how to report it. Read more about the Jenna Quinn law on Jenna’s website, and listen to more of her story in her…
 
What are WHRDs? How does their position differ from their male counterparts, and what additional pressures do they face in their lives and work? Marking the International Women Human Rights Defenders Day (29 November) we’re speaking about WHRDs and the increasing precarious role they play in fighting inequality and injustice worldwide.…
 
This week, we are joined by Dr. Jackie Harvey of Northumbria University and Dr. Pallavi Roy of SOAS University of London to discuss the structures of political power in Nigeria and the underlying systems of corruption that culminated in the protests of the #EndSARS movement. This episode is the first in a two-part series focusing on human rights ab…
 
This week our guest is Mikhail Valentinovich Savva. Mikhail Savva is a human rights activist, a political scientist and former professor at Kuban State University. In 1993-1994 Mikhail Savva was head of the Department of Nationalities, Regional Policy and Migration of the Krasnodar Region Administration. In 1994-1995 he headed the Department for Na…
 
On Human Rights is happy to present the second episode in our two part special on Human Rights Cities. This episode features senior researcher Alejandro Fuentes whom we sat down with to discuss what human rights cities are in practice, and what this means for their inhabitants. How can citizens tell that their city strives to be a human rights city…
 
Episode two in a two-part series that assesses the response of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to the ongoing crisis in Myanmar's Rakhine State, following the devastating military-led crackdown on the Rohingya population that began on the 25th of August 2017. "To be completely candid, I think ASEAN has been pathetic in its handli…
 
This is a special episode, produced by the Coalition for Human Rights in Development. in collaboration with Front Line Defenders.Ahead of the upcoming Finance in Common Summit in Paris, we speak with defenders in Kenya, Guatemala and India, about the human rights impact of projects imposed in the name of developmentFrom the 9th to the 12th of Novem…
 
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Liew and Marcus Bean to discuss United, Oliver Giroud and question if Pablo Picasso is French. Plus; Archie Rhind-Tutt joins us for all things German football. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypodBy The Guardian
 
Senator Turner and Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz Soto, two proudly maladjusted women from the Island of Misfits, talk power and responsibility in this poignant episode that inspires us all to do great things and to take no shit. Recorded just prior to the start of the George Floyd uprising, their impassioned discussion on using your voice (no matter the …
 
Daily Kos founder Markos Moultisas talks about the constituencies of color that flipped GA in November and whether they can do it again in January. Also, Markos and Mark discuss what impact Trump and his base of voters might have on the GA runoffs, as well as pay for pardons, and the need for the new administration to engage with more diverse group…
 
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Natasha Henry, John Brewin and Sid Lowe to discuss the Liverpool and Man City qualifying for Champions League Round of 16, Zidane’s woes, a potential new Champions League format and Anton Ferdinand’s new documentary, ‘Football, Racism and Me’.. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/fo…
 
Brussels is increasingly expected to serve as the European Union's sheriff on rule of law. But its ability to enforce adherence to democratic norms and values remains weak. Mehreen Khan of the Financial Times talks about the EU's latest showdown with Poland and Hungary. She also discusses illiberal trends in France and her own brush with the countr…
 
Rachel Bitecofer is a Senior Advisor for The Lincoln Project, Editor of The Cycle, and host of her weekly YouTube show “The Election Whisperer.” She blew everyone’s minds when she predicted the 2018 midterms with alarming accuracy -- how did her predictions fare in 2020? She also covers important strategies to consider as we move toward the January…
 
The FBI is out with a new report that shows hate crimes have risen to an all-time high in 2019. Lecia Brooks is the Chief of Staff at the Southern Poverty Law Center and she’s here to explain the report’s details, including what groups saw an increase in targeting, who saw an increase for the fourth straight year, and why the SPLC thinks the FBI’s …
 
Author, speaker and presenter Kevin M. Yates last joined The Good Practice Podcast back in episode 117 to share his insights into whether we can measure the impact of training. This week, he's back with a new e-book to help you do just that. This week on the show, Kevin joins Ross G and Owen to unpack his L&D Detective Kit for Solving Impact Myster…
 
At 16, Keira Bell was prescribed puberty blockers by the National Health Service’s Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS). She went on to take testosterone, before getting a double mastectomy in pursuit of transition. Bell is now 23, has detransitioned, and is suing the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, which runs the UK’s only gender identity d…
 
On this special show, two misfits of a certain age -— a gay HIV-poz, long-term survivor and a former nurse at St. Vincent’s Hospital during the height of the AIDS crisis -— meet in the lobby of the Metropolitan Museum in New York City and swap AIDS stories. They laugh, they cry, and promise never to forget in the world premiere of “Camping at the M…
 
I had the great pleasure and honour of talking with Shaabaz and Pete from CripChat UK, on their podcast. We discussed autism pseudoscience, the Sia film controversy and much more. Listen to the podcast right here by clicking the audio link below or on Stitcher here or on iTunes here (Transcript to come) https://noncompliantpodcast.com/wp-content/up…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Interim Director Angie Salazar discuss the opening of the Center for Countering Human Trafficking, a collaboration of multiple departments with the Department of Homeland Security. Director Salazar describes her goals and plans for the center and the role the center is going to play in the future of combating human trafficking…
 
How did Senator Susan Collins defy the odds and win a race she was projected to lose? Sam Smith has been a progressive journalist for over 56 years and a longtime resident of Maine, and he takes us along her path to victory, paved my rural voters. Sam also gets into what he thinks the Biden administration priorities should be once they’re in the Wh…
 
When Joe Biden ran for president, he pledged to make climate change a major priority. How will he make good on that promise and what are the consequences if he fails to act? On this week’s episode, we discuss climate policy with former California Governor Jerry Brown, oceanographer Sylvia Earle and former Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos, 201…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Sue Donaldson. Sue is a research associate in the Department of Philosophy at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada. She is also the co-founder of the Animals in Philosophy, Politics, Law, and Ethics research group – APPLE – at Queen’s. Many listeners will know her as the co-author of Zoopolis, a 2011 book about an…
 
Markos gives us a reality check that the release of a vaccine will be great, but it will bring new problems and opposition, just as masks did. In the meantime, the media divides on the topic, with conspiracy outlets like Breitbart buying into Trump’s noise. Markos also discusses the potential for winning those key Georgia senate seats in January. E…
 
Senator Turner and Maj. Danny A. Sjursen (author, historian, anti-war progressive) break down the very real and very alarming state of how our government defines safety and how toxic masculinity fuels it. These two are both done being polite as they discuss the impending threat of current-day civil war, because as Major Sjursen says, "The veneer of…
 
A recent Politico poll found that 70% of Republican voters don’t believe the presidential election was free and fair, even though there is no evidence to support this claim. Historian Claire Bond Potter talks with Rachael Myrow about the rise of alternative media and pseudo news sites that continue to spread misinformation and are helping Donald Tr…
 
Yonasda Lonewolf is an activist, writer, speaker, and community organizer who has been fighting for Black and Brown people since she was a child and her mother was leading the way. Her mother also used to gather people on Thankstaking and teach them about the real history of Indigenous people in America. Yonasda continues that work and today she ho…
 
The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law has sued HUD, Secretary Ben Carson, and the Hartford Housing Authority and the city of Hartford, Connecticut to challenge a set of policy decisions that set up low-income Black and Latinx families to fail as they were improperly moved from their unlivable unsubsidized housing. Thomas Silverstein is …
 
Director of Corporate Engagement at OutRight Action International Elise Colomer-Cheadle interviews Asian LGBTIQ activist and social entrepreneur Kenneth Kwok. Based in Hong Kong, Kenneth is Founder and CEO of Global Citizens Capital & the Better Together Foundation, Community Developer at SHK Group and the Founder & Co-President of Asia World Anti-…
 
Covid-19 has profoundly altered our lives. Some changes have given us the space and time to build more positive habits; others have been purely restrictive. Our Head of Research has been monitoring the effect of Covid on learning and L&OD teams across the globe. In this podcast, Gent joins Gemma and Owen to discuss his findings - the good and the s…
 
The New Consensus is a recently-formed think tank that wants to adjust the way we’re responding to some of the biggest problems facing humanity. Dr. Robert Hockett is a fellow at New Consensus and the Edward Cornell Professor of Law & Finance at Cornell University and former Counsel at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the International Mone…
 
Schuyler Bailar, athlete, activist, life coach, and the first openly trans NCAA Division I athlete and swimmer, and Sam White, social impact strategist and advocate, join host Allyn Brooks-LaSure for a conversation all about allyship in the Black Lives Matter movement. The Leadership Conference's own Vanessa Gonzalez hits us with her Hot Takes.…
 
Two for one with Branden and James; how Miss Bates created Mrs. Claus in a “Rainbow Minute”; Polish homophobia slapped with Belgian sanctions, Latvian high court okays parental leave for queer couples, a U.K. trans man can’t be “daddy” to his child, the world’s first third gender madrasa opens in Bangladesh, a U.S federal court slams Florida conver…
 
Eric Boehlert, Publisher of Pressrun.media, is back for our first post-election conversation, and he’s got a suggestion for the incoming administration: ban all media outlets that circulate conspiracy theories, including Fox News. Eric also gives a sobering critique of an interview done by the New York Times of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy,…
 
Joe Biden will be President in two months. In the meantime, Donald Trump is doing everything he can to make that transition as difficult as possible. He has prevented the president-elect from receiving top secret intelligence briefings and made a flurry of decisions that could jeopardize our national security. Career diplomat Nicholas Burns and Ray…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic helped expose inhumane working practices at garment factories in Leicester, including inhuman conditions and low pay. What can we learn about the human rights duties of businesses from this sorry saga? I am joined by Krishnendu Mukherjee, barrister and Indian advocate. Show notes at www.betterhumanpodcast.com…
 
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