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    UN News
    News in Brief 6 July 2022

    UN News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 3:57


    UN condemnation over latest MINUSMA deaths following attack in Mali WHO chief urges Pfizer to make COVID oral antiviral ‘available quickly' Brazil killings, evidence that police reforms are needed: UN experts

    Ahch-To Radio
    Ahch-To Radio #96: Adam Christopher - Writing 'Shadow of the Sith'

    Ahch-To Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 64:23


    Welcome to a brand new episode of Ahch-To Radio! Today we're talking to SHADOW OF THE SITH author Adam Christopher about this immense new event novel. We're celebrating all of the deep canon revelations, the character journeys, & the overall creative process. How does one even attempt to write a Star Wars novel of this level of importance? How do you capture the voices of Luke & Lando while adding to the sequel trilogy? Find out here! Follow Adam on Twitter, Instagram, & on his website. Find this show @AhchToRadio on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and our YouTube channel! And lastly, find Alden @ThatAldenDiaz on Twitter and Instagram! Abortion IS healthcare. Reproductive rights are HUMAN RIGHTS. Support the What Choice fundraiser, benefitting the National Abortion Federation! This show firmly stands with the right to choose. Follow What Choice on Twitter as well. Find & support The Amidala Initiative on Twitter, and support the fundraiser benefitting Equality Texas on their GoFundMe page. #TransRightsAreHumanRights Check out the #BlackoutStarWarsEclipse campaign to stand with members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Ahch-To Radio is a Star Wars podcast feed fueled by the love of that galaxy far, far away. Creator/Host Alden Diaz dives into interviews, Star Wars origin stories, analyses, and more. It's all about the threads that make us connect with stories, and each other as fans. Plus, Ahch-To Radio is also home to our sister show, The Mandatorian Creed, hosted by Tori Fox! Tori explores various Star Wars topics with multipart breakdowns. And lastly, we also have our Star Wars Rebels rewatch show, A Rewatch Between Worlds, with Alden & Nicky Kumar!

    ThePrinceofFreshAir
    The Today Show: The Supreme Court and Fighting For Women W/ Dimitri Dewes Jr.

    ThePrinceofFreshAir

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 53:02


    Disclaimer: We Stand With Women. Recently, the Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade, effectively causing an uproar and heated discussion on Abortion and Women's Human Rights. Many people, from Celebrities to Politicians have shared their thoughts on the subject, but The Most Charismatic Man in Entertainment himself starts a conversation on a topic that addresses the elephant in the room. We discuss the ruling, how that affects women/human rights and what needs to change in our government. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/princeoffreshair/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/princeoffreshair/support

    The World Crypto Network Podcast
    The Bitcoin Group #311 - Mad Money - Mass Adoption - Dictator Dictating - Human Rights - Spot ETF

    The World Crypto Network Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 33:36


    NEW site: https://www.worldcryptonetwork.com/WCN CLIPS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClCE3eOYr4pQ1CTMGZPNt1w/videosWCN MERCH: http://shop.worldcryptonetwork.com/Subscribe to the WCN Audio Podcast on Itunes:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-world-crypto-network-podcast/id825708806----------------------------------------------------------------------------------FeaturingDan Eve (https://twitter.com/cryptopoly)Josh Scigala (https://twitter.com/JScigala)and Thomas Hunt (https://twitter.com/MadBitcoins)THIS WEEK:Mad Money's Jim Cramer Offers Advice on Cryptocurrency Investing – Featured Bitcoin Newshttps://news.bitcoin.com/mad-moneys-jim-cramer-offers-advice-on-cryptocurrency-investing/Global Bitcoin adoption to hit 10% by 2030: Blockware reporthttps://cointelegraph.com/news/global-bitcoin-adoption-to-hit-10-by-2030-blockware-reportBitcoin 101 - Why Bitcoin's Growth is Normal & The S-Curves You Could Never See - YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHUPPYzzZrIThe Seven Network Effects of Bitcoin | Satoshi Nakamoto Institutehttps://nakamotoinstitute.org/mempool/the-seven-network-effects-of-bitcoin/As El Salvador's president tries to silence free press, journalist brothers expose his ties to street gangs - Los Angeles Timeshttps://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2022-06-09/nayib-bukele-el-salvador-el-faro-journalistsA year after El Salvador adopted Bitcoin as legal tender, it could default on its sovereign debt in 2023 | Fortunehttps://fortune.com/2022/06/08/el-salvador-bitcoin-default-sovereign-debt-in-2023/Human rights advocates say bitcoin critical in authoritarian countrieshttps://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/07/human-rights-advocates-say-bitcoin-critical-in-authoritarian-countries.htmlGrayscale, Bitwise Confident a Spot Bitcoin ETF Will Be Approved Soonhttps://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/06/10/grayscale-bitwise-confident-a-spot-bitcoin-etf-will-be-approved-soon/Jay-Z, Jack Dorsey Launch ‘Bitcoin Academy' for NYC Marcy House Residents - Bloomberghttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-06-09/jay-z-jack-dorsey-launch-bitcoin-academy-for-nyc-marcy-house-residents#xj4y7vzkg______________________________________________World Crypto Networkhttps://www.worldcryptonetwork.com/On This Day in World Crypto Network Historyhttps://www.worldcryptonetwork.com/onthisday/WCN: Hosts & Guestshttps://www.worldcryptonetwork.com/tag/Person/WCN: Topichttps://www.worldcryptonetwork.com/tag/Topic/WCN Clips - YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UClCE3eOYr4pQ1CTMGZPNt1w/videosWorld Crypto Network Store | Teespringhttps://teespring.com/stores/world-crypto-network-store-----------------------------------------------------Please Subscribe to our Youtube Channelhttps://m.youtube.com/channel/UCR9gdpWisRwnk_k23GsHfcA

    Bossed Up
    How to Talk About Abortion at Work

    Bossed Up

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 26:16


    In light of the US Supreme Court's historic overturn of Roe v. Wade, today's episode is all about how to talk about abortion at work - and why it's imperative that we do. Related Links:Ep 59: How to Cope with a Triggering News CycleEp 208: Creating Psychological Safety at WorkEp 118: Feminist MenLinkedin Course: Becoming a Male Ally at Work[Washington Post] Seeking an Abortion? How to Avoid Leaving a Digital Trail[The Guardian] Period Tracking Apps & Your Data[Women's Health] Roe v. Wade Overturn & Your Birth Control[Guttmacher Institute Report] Abortion is a Common Experience for U.S. Women[Fast Company] Yelp CEO:  Why companies need to take a stand on reproductive rightsLauren Hobart's Linkedin Post on behalf of Dick's Sporting Goods[Yahoo] Lyft & Uber Vow to Help Employees Access Abortions[New York Post] Tesla to pay workers' abortion travel costs after moving HQ to Texas[NYTimes] Men on Roe v. Wade[NPR] The end of Roe v. Wade & the economic implications on menAdditional Resources:Planned ParenthoodNational Network of Abortion FundsThe National Labor Relations ActSHRM [Society of Human Resource Management]: Navigating Roe v Wade in the Workplace: From Confidentiality to Benefits to CultureCenter for Reproductive Rights: What if Roe Fell?Including their live map examines laws, constitutions, and court decisions on abortion Workplace FairnessDisclaimer: The information provided on this podcast does not, and is not intended to constitute legal advice; instead, all information shared is for informational purposes only.Got a career conundrum you want us to cover on the podcast? Call and leave us a voicemail NOW at 910-668-BOSS(2677).

    The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast
    Do You Have A Mom? Wife? Sister? Daughter? Then Please Listen And Educate!

    The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 24:20


    A Human Unwilling To Continue Learning Is A Human Who Has Lost Their Value To Society. Women's Rights Are Human Rights. Fight For Your Wife… Daughter… Sister…Granddaughter… And All Women. Going Backwards Isn't An Option!

    UN News
    News in Brief 4 July 2022

    UN News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 3:36


    New Libya mass graves under human rights spotlight Environment laws crucial to combat irresponsible business activity Carribean at 'ground zero' for climate change: UN chief

    NDR Info - Streitkräfte und Strategien
    Marshall-Plan für die Ukraine (Tag 129-131)

    NDR Info - Streitkräfte und Strategien

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 26:51


    Wenn der Krieg in der Ukraine irgendwann vorbei sein wird, dann muss dieses Land auch wieder aufgebaut werden – mit internationaler Hilfe. Darum geht es bei der zweitägigen Konferenz im schweizerischen Lugano mit Delegationen aus fast 40 Ländern. Der langjährige ARD-Korrespondent Carsten Schmiester sieht dieses Treffen als Zeichen für den Glauben an die Zukunft, an eine freie Ukraine nach dem Krieg. Im Gespräch mit dem NDR Militärexperten Andreas Flocken geht es auch um die militärische Lage im Land und um eine Frage: Hat Moskau wirklich – wie von Kiew beklagt – Ukrainerinnen und Ukrainer gegen ihren Willen nach Russland deportiert? “War in Ukraine: Ukrainians deported to Russia beaten and mistreated“ (englisch, BBC) https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-61248436 “An Independent Legal Analysis of the Russian Federation's Breaches of the Genocide Convention in Ukraine and the Duty to Prevent“ (englisch, Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy, Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights) https://www.raoulwallenbergcentre.org/images/reports/Report-Russia.pdf   „What to do in case of forced deportation to the territory of Russia: we tell you how to leave“ (englisch, ukrainische Regierung) https://visitukraine.today/blog/468/what-to-do-in-case-of-forced-deportation-to-the-territory-of-russia-we-tell-you-how-to-leave   “Dekret des Präsidenten der Russischen Föderation über berechtigte Personen zur Zulassung zur Staatsbürgerschaft der Russischen Föderation für humanitäre Zwecke“ (englisch, offizielles Internetportal für Rechtsinformationen der Russischen Föderation) http://publication.pravo.gov.ru/Document/View/0001202205250004#print   Rede des US-Botschafter bei der Organisation für Sicherheit und Zusammenarbeit in Europa (OSZE) vor dem Ständigen Rat der Organisation in Wien https://ge.usembassy.gov/the-russian-federations-ongoing-aggression-against-ukraine-2/ Podcast Empfehlung: „Leonora - mit 15 zum IS“ https://www.ardaudiothek.de/sendung/leonora-mit-15-zum-is/66335318/

    Raging And Eating
    Human Rights and Marinara

    Raging And Eating

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 28:28


    Rise up and speak out for your neighbor. we are all created equal and we can all make marinara sauce.

    Heartland POD
    Abortion Right Rally in Rural, Ruby Red America

    Heartland POD

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 47:32


    Hosts: Adam Sommer & Rachel ParkerRachel & Adam attend an abortion rights rally in rural Missouri, and Jessica Piper stops by to help galvanize the crowd. https://heartlandpod.com/Twitter: @TheHeartlandPOD"Change The Conversation"

    Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
    Madeleine Lambert – How World Travel changes you; your Life and Business (BOV)

    Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 51:12


    Madeleine Lambert is the driving force behind the business management and growth of Content Refined. As a young entrepreneur, she is always looking for different ways to improve the business for her clients and for her employees. She has a Bachelor's Degree with combined Honours in Legal Studies & Human Rights from Carleton University. After university, she traveled solo across the globe, and lived in Asia for a year. She and her partner are happily settled in their first home in Collingwood Ontario. They're expecting their first child in June 2018. Madeleine Lambert Vroom Veer Stories Madeleine is not only VERY pregnant; she was booked to MC a friend's wedding and her partner was out of town on business; sooo she's really counting on her lucky stars the baby doesn't show up too early She's having difficulty with scattered brain and is not her generally focused self; so she's frustrated with herself not getting things done; it is also a wake up call to get better at delegating to her team members Her dad was a faculty member of the university she attended; Madeleine pranked her Dad for April's fools and nearly killed him; when revealed as a prank; dad didn't talk to her for three days I mentioned the Joe Gebbia (founder of Airbnb) Prank Story from the Tim Ferriss podcast. After graduating from college she was desperately trying to fit into mold for a Master's Program; her dad suggested she should take a year and do something she had never done before; packed a bag and bought a one-way ticket and headed out on an adventure Started her trip in Canada; then headed to Europe and the middle east and south east Asia; lived in south east Asia for about year Learning about different cultural norms helps you to see your life in a new light; some places in the world there is no toilet paper and that's ok Embrace the Bum Gun The founders of the Tropical MBA podcast started a group called the Dynamite Circle, which Madeleine joined; she ended up being gifted a trip to a Conference in Bangkok by another member of the circle The surprising (maybe?) reason that Madeleine didn't drink at ALL during that conference; and then took another week "off" to work ON her business Madeleine Lambert Connections Content Refined: Website, Instagram, Facebook

    The BreakPoint Podcast
    Human Rights Come from God, not the State

    The BreakPoint Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 4:11


    Eleven years ago today, Chuck Colson delivered a Breakpoint commentary on what would be his last July 4 holiday. In it, Chuck reflected on the basis of our national identity. Specifically, he recognized that the only true way to ground the ideals found in the Declaration of Independence, “that all men are created equal” and possess “certain inalienable rights, among them life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” is if we are indeed “endowed by their Creator.”   The stunning clarity of the Declaration of Independence in stating that rights are granted ultimately by God, not the State, is something too often forgotten today, if not entirely dismissed. Here's Chuck Colson reflecting on this important truth:   The great British intellectual G.K. Chesterton wrote that “America is the only nation in the world that is founded on [a] creed.”  Think about that for a moment. Other nations were founded on the basis of race, or by the power of kings or emperors who accumulated lands—and the peasants who inhabited those lands.  But America was—and is to this day—different. It was founded on a shared belief. Or as Chesterton said, on a creed.  And what is that creed that sets us apart? It is the eloquent, profound, and simple statement penned by Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence:  “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”  I'll never forget when I graduated from Brown University during the Korean War. I couldn't wait to become a Marine officer, to give my life if necessary, to defend that creed. To defend the idea that our rights come from God Himself and are not subject to whims of governments or tyrants. That humans ought to be free to pursue their most treasured hopes and aspirations.  Perhaps some 230 years later, we take these words for granted. But in 1776, they were earth-shaking, indeed, revolutionary.  Yet today, they are in danger of being forgotten altogether. According to Gallup, 66% of American adults have no idea that the words, “we hold these truths,” come from the Declaration of Independence. Even worse, only 45% of college seniors know that the unalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are proclaimed in the Declaration.  As America grows more and more diverse culturally, religiously, ethnically, it is critical that we embrace the American creed. Yes, America has always been a “melting pot.” But what is the pot that holds our multicultural stew together? Chesterton said the pot's “original shape was traced on the lines of Jeffersonian democracy.” A democracy founded on those self-evident truths expressed in the Declaration of Independence. And as Chesterton remarked, “The pot must not melt.”  Abraham Lincoln understood this so well. For him, the notion that all men are created equal was “the electric cord in that Declaration that links the hearts of patriotic and liberty-loving men together, that will link those patriotic hearts as long as the love of freedom exists in the minds of men throughout the world.”  So go to the Fourth of July parade. Go to the neighborhood barbecue and enjoy the hot dogs and apple pie.  But here's an idea for you. Why not take time out at the picnic to read the Declaration of Independence aloud with your friends and neighbors.  Listen—and thrill—to those words that bind us together as a nation of freedom-loving people: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”  These are the words that Americans live for—and if necessary, die for.  Chuck Colson's words are just as relevant today, and perhaps even more important for us to understand. From all of us at the Colson Center, Happy 4th! 

    The Politicrat
    Female Autonomy, Abortion Care And The Continuing Fight For Human Rights In The Post-Roe Era

    The Politicrat

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 62:39


    On this Wednesday episode of THE POLITICRAT daily podcast: Excerpts of a very important, must-listen conversation at The Commonwealth Club in San Francisco from Tuesday night (June 28) as Imani Rupert-Gordon, executive director of the National Center For Lesbian Rights moderated a discussion about abortion care and female autonomy in this post-Roe era in the U.S. Features Gilda Gonzales, CEO of Planned Parenthood Northern California, Sylvia Ghazarian, executive director of WRRAP, an organization that pays for abortion care for those who cannot afford it, and Buffy Wicks, California state assemblywoman representing the East Bay in Northern California. June 29, 2022. Planned Parenthood: https://plannedparenthood.org Register to vote NOW: https://vote.org The ENOUGH/END GUN VIOLENCE t-shirts on sale here: https://bit.ly/3zsVDFU Donate to the Man Up Organization: https://manupinc.org FREE: SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE BRAND NEW POLITICRAT DAILY PODCAST NEWSLETTER!! Extra content, audio, analysis, exclusive essays for subscribers only, plus special offers and discounts on merchandise at The Politicrat Daily Podcast online store. Something new and informative EVERY DAY!! Subscribe FREE at https://politicrat.substack.com Buy podcast merchandise (all designed by Omar Moore) and lots more at The Politicrat Daily Podcast Store: https://the-politicrat.myshopify.com The Politicrat YouTube page: bit.ly/3bfWk6V The Politicrat Facebook page: bit.ly/3bU1O7c The Politicrat blog: https://politicrat.politics.blog Join Omar on Fanbase NOW! Download the Fanbase social media app today. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE to this to this podcast! Follow/tweet Omar at: https://twitter.com/thepopcornreel

    Encyclopedia Womannica
    BONUS: Ordinary Equality — Hanging On to a Future

    Encyclopedia Womannica

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 28:03


    Well, here we are. We're on the other side of what we've been talking about for years. Roe v. Wade has been struck down, and for the first time in our lifetime, abortion is no longer protected.In our first episode, Kate and Jamia talk to folks who've been living, and working, and surviving, in a state where abortion access has been under fire for years, even before Roe fell -- Kentucky. To learn more about the Kentucky Health Justice Network, click here.  Our sponsor, ActBlue, has tools to help you support local reproductive justice groups or abortion funds by either donating directly or creating your own fundraising form. These forms can be shared far and wide with your own personal networks, and allows for quick and easy donation asks that go directly to your groups of choice.Take action today. Click HERE to find and support reproductive justice groups at every level.

    Majority 54
    BONUS: Ordinary Equality — Hanging On to a Future

    Majority 54

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 27:34


    Well, here we are. We're on the other side of what we've been talking about for years. Roe v. Wade has been struck down, and for the first time in our lifetime, abortion is no longer protected.In our first episode, Kate and Jamia talk to folks who've been living, and working, and surviving, in a state where abortion access has been under fire for years, even before Roe fell -- Kentucky. To learn more about the Kentucky Health Justice Network, click here.  Our sponsor, ActBlue, has tools to help you support local reproductive justice groups or abortion funds by either donating directly or creating your own fundraising form. These forms can be shared far and wide with your own personal networks, and allows for quick and easy donation asks that go directly to your groups of choice.Take action today. Click HERE to find and support reproductive justice groups at every level.

    UN News
    News in Brief 1 July 2022

    UN News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 3:37


    Women suicide alert in Afghanistan Lebanon's deepening crisis is affecting ‘everyone, everywhere', warns top UN official After Roe v Wade, rights experts urge US to sign women's Convention

    New Books in Caribbean Studies
    Vanessa Walker, "Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U.S. Human Rights Diplomacy" (Cornell UP, 2020)

    New Books in Caribbean Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 64:37


    Vanessa Walker's Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U. S. Human Rights Diplomacy (Cornell University Press, 2020) explores the relationship between policy makers and nongovernment advocates in Latin America and the United States government in order to explain the rise of anti-interventionist human rights policies uniquely critical of U.S. power during the Cold War. Walker shows that the new human rights policies of the 1970s were based on a complex dynamic of domestic and foreign considerations that was rife with tensions between the seats of power in the United States and Latin America, and the growing activist movement that sought to reform them. By addressing the development of U.S. diplomacy and politics alongside that of activist networks, especially in Chile and Argentina, Walker shows that Latin America was central to the policy assumptions that shaped the Carter administration's foreign policy agenda. The coup that ousted the socialist president of Chile, Salvador Allende, sparked new human rights advocacy as a direct result of U.S. policies that supported authoritarian regimes in the name of Cold War security interests. From 1973 onward, the attention of Washington and capitals around the globe turned to Latin America as the testing ground for the viability of a new paradigm for U.S. power. This approach, oriented around human rights, required collaboration among activists and state officials in places as diverse as Buenos Aires, Santiago, and Washington, DC. Principles in Power tells the complicated story of the potentials and limits of partnership between government and nongovernment actors. Analyzing how different groups deployed human rights language to reform domestic and international power, Walker explores the multiple and often conflicting purposes of U.S. human rights policy. Jo Butterfield is the Advisor for the Human Rights Certificate offered by the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights and is an Adjunct Asst. Professor with the UI Department of History. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/caribbean-studies

    New Books in American Studies
    Vanessa Walker, "Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U.S. Human Rights Diplomacy" (Cornell UP, 2020)

    New Books in American Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 64:37


    Vanessa Walker's Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U. S. Human Rights Diplomacy (Cornell University Press, 2020) explores the relationship between policy makers and nongovernment advocates in Latin America and the United States government in order to explain the rise of anti-interventionist human rights policies uniquely critical of U.S. power during the Cold War. Walker shows that the new human rights policies of the 1970s were based on a complex dynamic of domestic and foreign considerations that was rife with tensions between the seats of power in the United States and Latin America, and the growing activist movement that sought to reform them. By addressing the development of U.S. diplomacy and politics alongside that of activist networks, especially in Chile and Argentina, Walker shows that Latin America was central to the policy assumptions that shaped the Carter administration's foreign policy agenda. The coup that ousted the socialist president of Chile, Salvador Allende, sparked new human rights advocacy as a direct result of U.S. policies that supported authoritarian regimes in the name of Cold War security interests. From 1973 onward, the attention of Washington and capitals around the globe turned to Latin America as the testing ground for the viability of a new paradigm for U.S. power. This approach, oriented around human rights, required collaboration among activists and state officials in places as diverse as Buenos Aires, Santiago, and Washington, DC. Principles in Power tells the complicated story of the potentials and limits of partnership between government and nongovernment actors. Analyzing how different groups deployed human rights language to reform domestic and international power, Walker explores the multiple and often conflicting purposes of U.S. human rights policy. Jo Butterfield is the Advisor for the Human Rights Certificate offered by the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights and is an Adjunct Asst. Professor with the UI Department of History. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

    New Books in Political Science
    Vanessa Walker, "Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U.S. Human Rights Diplomacy" (Cornell UP, 2020)

    New Books in Political Science

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 64:37


    Vanessa Walker's Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U. S. Human Rights Diplomacy (Cornell University Press, 2020) explores the relationship between policy makers and nongovernment advocates in Latin America and the United States government in order to explain the rise of anti-interventionist human rights policies uniquely critical of U.S. power during the Cold War. Walker shows that the new human rights policies of the 1970s were based on a complex dynamic of domestic and foreign considerations that was rife with tensions between the seats of power in the United States and Latin America, and the growing activist movement that sought to reform them. By addressing the development of U.S. diplomacy and politics alongside that of activist networks, especially in Chile and Argentina, Walker shows that Latin America was central to the policy assumptions that shaped the Carter administration's foreign policy agenda. The coup that ousted the socialist president of Chile, Salvador Allende, sparked new human rights advocacy as a direct result of U.S. policies that supported authoritarian regimes in the name of Cold War security interests. From 1973 onward, the attention of Washington and capitals around the globe turned to Latin America as the testing ground for the viability of a new paradigm for U.S. power. This approach, oriented around human rights, required collaboration among activists and state officials in places as diverse as Buenos Aires, Santiago, and Washington, DC. Principles in Power tells the complicated story of the potentials and limits of partnership between government and nongovernment actors. Analyzing how different groups deployed human rights language to reform domestic and international power, Walker explores the multiple and often conflicting purposes of U.S. human rights policy. Jo Butterfield is the Advisor for the Human Rights Certificate offered by the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights and is an Adjunct Asst. Professor with the UI Department of History. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

    New Books in World Affairs
    Vanessa Walker, "Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U.S. Human Rights Diplomacy" (Cornell UP, 2020)

    New Books in World Affairs

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 64:37


    Vanessa Walker's Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U. S. Human Rights Diplomacy (Cornell University Press, 2020) explores the relationship between policy makers and nongovernment advocates in Latin America and the United States government in order to explain the rise of anti-interventionist human rights policies uniquely critical of U.S. power during the Cold War. Walker shows that the new human rights policies of the 1970s were based on a complex dynamic of domestic and foreign considerations that was rife with tensions between the seats of power in the United States and Latin America, and the growing activist movement that sought to reform them. By addressing the development of U.S. diplomacy and politics alongside that of activist networks, especially in Chile and Argentina, Walker shows that Latin America was central to the policy assumptions that shaped the Carter administration's foreign policy agenda. The coup that ousted the socialist president of Chile, Salvador Allende, sparked new human rights advocacy as a direct result of U.S. policies that supported authoritarian regimes in the name of Cold War security interests. From 1973 onward, the attention of Washington and capitals around the globe turned to Latin America as the testing ground for the viability of a new paradigm for U.S. power. This approach, oriented around human rights, required collaboration among activists and state officials in places as diverse as Buenos Aires, Santiago, and Washington, DC. Principles in Power tells the complicated story of the potentials and limits of partnership between government and nongovernment actors. Analyzing how different groups deployed human rights language to reform domestic and international power, Walker explores the multiple and often conflicting purposes of U.S. human rights policy. Jo Butterfield is the Advisor for the Human Rights Certificate offered by the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights and is an Adjunct Asst. Professor with the UI Department of History. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

    New Books in Latin American Studies
    Vanessa Walker, "Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U.S. Human Rights Diplomacy" (Cornell UP, 2020)

    New Books in Latin American Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 64:37


    Vanessa Walker's Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U. S. Human Rights Diplomacy (Cornell University Press, 2020) explores the relationship between policy makers and nongovernment advocates in Latin America and the United States government in order to explain the rise of anti-interventionist human rights policies uniquely critical of U.S. power during the Cold War. Walker shows that the new human rights policies of the 1970s were based on a complex dynamic of domestic and foreign considerations that was rife with tensions between the seats of power in the United States and Latin America, and the growing activist movement that sought to reform them. By addressing the development of U.S. diplomacy and politics alongside that of activist networks, especially in Chile and Argentina, Walker shows that Latin America was central to the policy assumptions that shaped the Carter administration's foreign policy agenda. The coup that ousted the socialist president of Chile, Salvador Allende, sparked new human rights advocacy as a direct result of U.S. policies that supported authoritarian regimes in the name of Cold War security interests. From 1973 onward, the attention of Washington and capitals around the globe turned to Latin America as the testing ground for the viability of a new paradigm for U.S. power. This approach, oriented around human rights, required collaboration among activists and state officials in places as diverse as Buenos Aires, Santiago, and Washington, DC. Principles in Power tells the complicated story of the potentials and limits of partnership between government and nongovernment actors. Analyzing how different groups deployed human rights language to reform domestic and international power, Walker explores the multiple and often conflicting purposes of U.S. human rights policy. Jo Butterfield is the Advisor for the Human Rights Certificate offered by the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights and is an Adjunct Asst. Professor with the UI Department of History. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

    New Books in History
    Vanessa Walker, "Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U.S. Human Rights Diplomacy" (Cornell UP, 2020)

    New Books in History

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 64:37


    Vanessa Walker's Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U. S. Human Rights Diplomacy (Cornell University Press, 2020) explores the relationship between policy makers and nongovernment advocates in Latin America and the United States government in order to explain the rise of anti-interventionist human rights policies uniquely critical of U.S. power during the Cold War. Walker shows that the new human rights policies of the 1970s were based on a complex dynamic of domestic and foreign considerations that was rife with tensions between the seats of power in the United States and Latin America, and the growing activist movement that sought to reform them. By addressing the development of U.S. diplomacy and politics alongside that of activist networks, especially in Chile and Argentina, Walker shows that Latin America was central to the policy assumptions that shaped the Carter administration's foreign policy agenda. The coup that ousted the socialist president of Chile, Salvador Allende, sparked new human rights advocacy as a direct result of U.S. policies that supported authoritarian regimes in the name of Cold War security interests. From 1973 onward, the attention of Washington and capitals around the globe turned to Latin America as the testing ground for the viability of a new paradigm for U.S. power. This approach, oriented around human rights, required collaboration among activists and state officials in places as diverse as Buenos Aires, Santiago, and Washington, DC. Principles in Power tells the complicated story of the potentials and limits of partnership between government and nongovernment actors. Analyzing how different groups deployed human rights language to reform domestic and international power, Walker explores the multiple and often conflicting purposes of U.S. human rights policy. Jo Butterfield is the Advisor for the Human Rights Certificate offered by the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights and is an Adjunct Asst. Professor with the UI Department of History. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

    New Books Network
    Vanessa Walker, "Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U.S. Human Rights Diplomacy" (Cornell UP, 2020)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 64:37


    Vanessa Walker's Principles in Power: Latin America and the Politics of U. S. Human Rights Diplomacy (Cornell University Press, 2020) explores the relationship between policy makers and nongovernment advocates in Latin America and the United States government in order to explain the rise of anti-interventionist human rights policies uniquely critical of U.S. power during the Cold War. Walker shows that the new human rights policies of the 1970s were based on a complex dynamic of domestic and foreign considerations that was rife with tensions between the seats of power in the United States and Latin America, and the growing activist movement that sought to reform them. By addressing the development of U.S. diplomacy and politics alongside that of activist networks, especially in Chile and Argentina, Walker shows that Latin America was central to the policy assumptions that shaped the Carter administration's foreign policy agenda. The coup that ousted the socialist president of Chile, Salvador Allende, sparked new human rights advocacy as a direct result of U.S. policies that supported authoritarian regimes in the name of Cold War security interests. From 1973 onward, the attention of Washington and capitals around the globe turned to Latin America as the testing ground for the viability of a new paradigm for U.S. power. This approach, oriented around human rights, required collaboration among activists and state officials in places as diverse as Buenos Aires, Santiago, and Washington, DC. Principles in Power tells the complicated story of the potentials and limits of partnership between government and nongovernment actors. Analyzing how different groups deployed human rights language to reform domestic and international power, Walker explores the multiple and often conflicting purposes of U.S. human rights policy. Jo Butterfield is the Advisor for the Human Rights Certificate offered by the University of Iowa Center for Human Rights and is an Adjunct Asst. Professor with the UI Department of History. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    Charles Moscowitz
    Episode 1027: End of Roe v. Wade: Great Day in American History

    Charles Moscowitz

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 36:11


    Author-Podcaster Charles Moscowitz is joined by Austin Ruse, President of the Center for Family and Human Rights.Website: https://charlesmoscowitz.com/

    The Pro America Report with Ed Martin Podcast
    How America is Winning and Losing | 06.29.2022 #ProAmericaReport

    The Pro America Report with Ed Martin Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 39:42


    What You Need to Know is How America is Winning and Losing. One way we are losing in America is how the Narrative Machine is reporting the Jan. 6th select committee hearings — They are being effective in their propaganda reporting. One way America is winning is by debunking false testimonies during the Jan. 6th hearings. Also, they have not succeeded in broadening its viewership! Stefano Gennarini, Vice President for Legal Studies at the Center for Family and Human Rights, discusses European Union Backs UN Resolution to Make Abortion a Human Right. Stefano talks about how foreign countries may fund groups within the United States to offer assistance to those wanting an abortion. Check out C-fam.org.  Dr. Ted Malloch—author, historian, businessman, professor, and frequent contributor for American Greatness, talks about his article Joey B's ‘Top Gun' Advisor. Dr. Malloch also talks about the J6 show trials and compares them to the show trials in Stalin's Soviet Union. Check out his website — TedMalloch.com.  Wrap up: Let's talk about the SCOTUS decisions over the past week. There has been a profound shift in their decision and it shows itself with not only Dobbs v. Jackson, but also their votes on the second amendment, immigration, etc. It's turning things back to the way they were and should be.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast
    Who Missed the Boat? Bret Speaks with Maajid Nawaz

    Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 100:22


    Bret speaks with Maajid Nawaz was the founding chairman of Quilliam, a counter-extremism think tank that sought to challenge the narratives of Islamist extremists and, until January 2022, was the host of an LBC radio show on Saturdays and Sundays.https://twitter.com/MaajidNawazhttps://odysee.com/@MaajidNawaz*****Find Bret Weinstein on Twitter: @BretWeinstein, and on Patreon.https://www.patreon.com/bretweinsteinPlease subscribe to this channel for more long form content like this, and subscribe to the clips channel @DarkHorse Podcast Clips for short clips of all our podcasts:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAWCKUrmvK5F_ynBY_CMlIAAll removed videos can be found on Spotify Video and Odysee: https://open.spotify.com/show/57R7dOcs60jUfOnuNG0J1Rhttps://odysee.com/@BretWeinsteinCheck out the DHP store! Epic tabby, digital book burning, saddle up the dire wolves, and more: http://www.store.darkhorsepodcast.orgTheme Music: Thank you to Martin Molin of Wintergatan for providing us the rights to use their excellent music.*****UNESCO Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights, Article 6: Consent: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000212116Under-30s offered alternative to Oxford-AstraZeneca jab: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-566655170.096% fatality rate – British parliamentary record: https://questions-statements.parliament.uk/written-questions/detail/2021-07-12/31381Pfizer documents on >1200 deaths in first 90 days of vaccine roll-out: https://perma.cc/6W69-9WFTRadical w/Maajid Nawaz, 6 - On Allegations of Involuntary State Euthanasia Using Midazolam: https://odysee.com/@MaajidNawaz:d/Ep6-Radical:9The faces from China's Uyghur detention camps: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/extra/85qihtvw6e/the-faces-from-chinas-uyghur-detention-campsHillary Clinton Did It: https://www.wsj.com/articles/hillary-clinton-did-it-robby-mook-michael-sussmann-donald-trump-russia-collusion-alfa-bank-11653084709*****American Hartford Gold: Call them at 866-828-1117 or text DARKHORSE to 998899 to get started buying precious metals such as gold and silver.https://www.americanhartfordgold.com/*****Timestamps(00:00) Introduction(02:12) Maajid's vax history and Crimes against Humanity(04:35) Vax issues(09:36) War against humanity(13:25) Importance of relationship in keeping sane(14:08) Sponsor(17:28) Would Bret have predicted their alliance?(19:02) Intelligence and fear(20:50) Disappointment with Academia(24:13) They're coming for your 5-year-old(27:06) Lineage and courage(28:03) Maajid's injection site(32:02) Parents tolerating nonsense(36:38) MMR and Wakefield(39:06) Better Way Conference Debate(43:45) We're at ideological war(50:22) Radical cynicism(53:02) What is going on?(58:49) Guerilla warfare(01:01:03) Fatal flaw in people who see through the nonsense(01:01:57) Evolving myths(01:07:46) Disagreements with Jordan Peterson(01:15:04) Creating new myths(01:19:26) Doctors and pharmacist relationship(01:21:55) Friends who failed during COVID(01:36:08) The IDWSupport the show

    UN News
    News in Brief 30 June 2022

    UN News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 4:17


    Ethiopia human rights record under spotlight Ukraine needs still massive, aid access still blocke Monkeypox diagnostics boost in Africa Libya talks: progress, but elections deal yet to be clinched

    Shield of the Republic
    Wearing Russian Sanctions like a Badge of Honor (with David Kramer)

    Shield of the Republic

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 48:05


    Eric and Eliot return with special guest David Kramer, the Managing Director of Global Policy at the George W. Bush Institute and former Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, and who incidentally has just been sanctioned by the Russian government (wear it as a badge of honor David!). They discuss the status of the war in Ukraine, the nature of the Russian regime, the prospects for change in Russia, the economic state of the war, and much more. Email us with your feedback at shieldoftherepublic@gmail.com. Shield of the Republic is a Bulwark podcast co-sponsored by the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Inside Mental Health: A Psych Central Podcast
    Diving Into Greg Louganis' Post-Olympic Life

    Inside Mental Health: A Psych Central Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 26:44


    Greg Louganis, simply put, is the greatest diver of all time, and over 30 years later, his records remain unbroken. Even so, many people remember Louganis for hitting his head during a dive at the '88 Olympics, for being HIV-positive, for being an out gay man in the '80s, and for all the controversy surrounding these topics.  Join us as Louganis shares his struggles since retiring from diving, including bouts with mental illness, suicide attempts, and substance use issues. He also discusses how he is doing now and whether pop culture portrayals of him in shows like “Family Guy” ruffle his feathers. To learn more -- or read the transcript -- please visit the official episode page. Guest Bio Considered the greatest diver in history, Greg Louganis is the only male to win gold medals on both 3-meter springboard and 10-meter platform in consecutive Olympic Games (1984, 1988). A trained actor, dancer, model, and spokesman, Greg's wide repertoire of skills keeps him in demand and in the public eye.  As the undisputed GOAT of mindset, Greg shares his knowledge and wisdom through his meditation and mindfulness course, as well as through his books, interviews, and speaking engagements. Across the globe, billions who watched either the 1984 or 1988 Olympics were enthralled by the poetry that was Greg Louganis: The beauty and power of his diving captured the world. With a total of 5 Olympic medals, 5 World Championship titles, and 47 national titles, more than any person in U.S. history, his records remain unbroken. Today, as a coach, speaker, author, actor, activist, and humanitarian, he continues his tradition of excellence. Causes close to his heart include HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ+, Adoption/Foster Care, Mental Health/Addiction, Human Rights, Animals, Environmental Issues and Climate Change. More information is available at GregLouganis.com. Inside Mental Health Podcast Host Gabe Howard is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author. Gabe makes his home in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio. He lives with his supportive wife, Kendall, and a Miniature Schnauzer dog that he never wanted, but now can't imagine life without. To book Gabe for your next event or learn more about him, please visit gabehoward.com.

    New Books in World Affairs
    War and Peace: America's Humane War and the Crisis in Ukraine

    New Books in World Affairs

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 101:47


    This podcast is a recorded panel discussion on “War and Peace: America's Humane War and the Crisis in Ukraine.” The panel was part of the Annual Conference of the Connecticut/Baden-Württemberg Human Rights Research Consortium (HRRC) held on May 12, 2022 at the University of Connecticut in Hartford.  The discussion considers the recent book Humane: How the United States Abandoned Peace and Reinvented War, written by Samuel Moyn, and its relevance to the current war in Ukraine. The event featured the author (Moyn), as well as Silja Voeneky, of the University of Freiburg, Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies and Frauke Lachenmann, of the Connecticut/Baden-Württemberg Human Rights Research Consortium. James Cavallaro, of the University Network for Human Rights, Yale Law School and Wesleyan University, was the moderator. The public address questions to the panelists in the second half of the event. Samuel Moyn is Henry R. Luce Professor of Jurisprudence at Yale Law School and a Professor of History at Yale University. Prof. Dr. Silja Vöneky (Voeneky) is Co-Director of the Institute for Public Law, Professor of Public International Law, Comparative Law and Ethics of Law and an associated member of the Institute for Philosophy of Law. Since October 2019, she has served as the Vice Dean of the Freiburg Law Faculty. Frauke Lachenmann is an international lawyer and holds a PhD in English literature. She has worked for the UNHCR in Berlin, the Max Planck Institute for International Law and the Max Planck Foundation for the Rule of Law in Heidelberg and has been a Visiting Researcher at Yale. James (Jim) Cavallaro is the Executive Director of the University Network for Human Rights. He teaches at Wesleyan University, Yale Law School and UCLA Law School. Prior to co-founding the University Network, he served as a professor of law at Stanford Law School (2011-2019) and a clinical professor of law at Harvard Law School (2002-2011).  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

    New Books in Political Science
    War and Peace: America's Humane War and the Crisis in Ukraine

    New Books in Political Science

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 101:47


    This podcast is a recorded panel discussion on “War and Peace: America's Humane War and the Crisis in Ukraine.” The panel was part of the Annual Conference of the Connecticut/Baden-Württemberg Human Rights Research Consortium (HRRC) held on May 12, 2022 at the University of Connecticut in Hartford.  The discussion considers the recent book Humane: How the United States Abandoned Peace and Reinvented War, written by Samuel Moyn, and its relevance to the current war in Ukraine. The event featured the author (Moyn), as well as Silja Voeneky, of the University of Freiburg, Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies and Frauke Lachenmann, of the Connecticut/Baden-Württemberg Human Rights Research Consortium. James Cavallaro, of the University Network for Human Rights, Yale Law School and Wesleyan University, was the moderator. The public address questions to the panelists in the second half of the event. Samuel Moyn is Henry R. Luce Professor of Jurisprudence at Yale Law School and a Professor of History at Yale University. Prof. Dr. Silja Vöneky (Voeneky) is Co-Director of the Institute for Public Law, Professor of Public International Law, Comparative Law and Ethics of Law and an associated member of the Institute for Philosophy of Law. Since October 2019, she has served as the Vice Dean of the Freiburg Law Faculty. Frauke Lachenmann is an international lawyer and holds a PhD in English literature. She has worked for the UNHCR in Berlin, the Max Planck Institute for International Law and the Max Planck Foundation for the Rule of Law in Heidelberg and has been a Visiting Researcher at Yale. James (Jim) Cavallaro is the Executive Director of the University Network for Human Rights. He teaches at Wesleyan University, Yale Law School and UCLA Law School. Prior to co-founding the University Network, he served as a professor of law at Stanford Law School (2011-2019) and a clinical professor of law at Harvard Law School (2002-2011).  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

    New Books Network
    War and Peace: America's Humane War and the Crisis in Ukraine

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 101:47


    This podcast is a recorded panel discussion on “War and Peace: America's Humane War and the Crisis in Ukraine.” The panel was part of the Annual Conference of the Connecticut/Baden-Württemberg Human Rights Research Consortium (HRRC) held on May 12, 2022 at the University of Connecticut in Hartford.  The discussion considers the recent book Humane: How the United States Abandoned Peace and Reinvented War, written by Samuel Moyn, and its relevance to the current war in Ukraine. The event featured the author (Moyn), as well as Silja Voeneky, of the University of Freiburg, Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies and Frauke Lachenmann, of the Connecticut/Baden-Württemberg Human Rights Research Consortium. James Cavallaro, of the University Network for Human Rights, Yale Law School and Wesleyan University, was the moderator. The public address questions to the panelists in the second half of the event. Samuel Moyn is Henry R. Luce Professor of Jurisprudence at Yale Law School and a Professor of History at Yale University. Prof. Dr. Silja Vöneky (Voeneky) is Co-Director of the Institute for Public Law, Professor of Public International Law, Comparative Law and Ethics of Law and an associated member of the Institute for Philosophy of Law. Since October 2019, she has served as the Vice Dean of the Freiburg Law Faculty. Frauke Lachenmann is an international lawyer and holds a PhD in English literature. She has worked for the UNHCR in Berlin, the Max Planck Institute for International Law and the Max Planck Foundation for the Rule of Law in Heidelberg and has been a Visiting Researcher at Yale. James (Jim) Cavallaro is the Executive Director of the University Network for Human Rights. He teaches at Wesleyan University, Yale Law School and UCLA Law School. Prior to co-founding the University Network, he served as a professor of law at Stanford Law School (2011-2019) and a clinical professor of law at Harvard Law School (2002-2011).  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    New Books in German Studies
    War and Peace: America's Humane War and the Crisis in Ukraine

    New Books in German Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 101:47


    This podcast is a recorded panel discussion on “War and Peace: America's Humane War and the Crisis in Ukraine.” The panel was part of the Annual Conference of the Connecticut/Baden-Württemberg Human Rights Research Consortium (HRRC) held on May 12, 2022 at the University of Connecticut in Hartford.  The discussion considers the recent book Humane: How the United States Abandoned Peace and Reinvented War, written by Samuel Moyn, and its relevance to the current war in Ukraine. The event featured the author (Moyn), as well as Silja Voeneky, of the University of Freiburg, Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies and Frauke Lachenmann, of the Connecticut/Baden-Württemberg Human Rights Research Consortium. James Cavallaro, of the University Network for Human Rights, Yale Law School and Wesleyan University, was the moderator. The public address questions to the panelists in the second half of the event. Samuel Moyn is Henry R. Luce Professor of Jurisprudence at Yale Law School and a Professor of History at Yale University. Prof. Dr. Silja Vöneky (Voeneky) is Co-Director of the Institute for Public Law, Professor of Public International Law, Comparative Law and Ethics of Law and an associated member of the Institute for Philosophy of Law. Since October 2019, she has served as the Vice Dean of the Freiburg Law Faculty. Frauke Lachenmann is an international lawyer and holds a PhD in English literature. She has worked for the UNHCR in Berlin, the Max Planck Institute for International Law and the Max Planck Foundation for the Rule of Law in Heidelberg and has been a Visiting Researcher at Yale. James (Jim) Cavallaro is the Executive Director of the University Network for Human Rights. He teaches at Wesleyan University, Yale Law School and UCLA Law School. Prior to co-founding the University Network, he served as a professor of law at Stanford Law School (2011-2019) and a clinical professor of law at Harvard Law School (2002-2011).  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/german-studies

    CANADALAND
    (Short Cuts) You Don't "Both Sides" Human Rights

    CANADALAND

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 48:11


    In covering the end of widespread reproductive freedom in the United States, the CBC goes the both-sides route. At what point should something be considered a human-rights issue and no longer subject to debate? And the Convoy — or at least something similar — is set to rematerialize in Ottawa. What has the media learned since last time, and are we any closer to putting our finger on a diffuse movement that's very different to different people? Jonathan Goldsbie fills in for Jesse and Rachel Cairns co-hosts.  Links: CBC's the Current segment re: Roe v. Wade Dr. Jennifer Gunter Tweet re: appearance on CBC Stephanie Gray Google Talk MPP Bhutila Karpoche Tweet re: Evictions Jonathan Goldsbie's Tweet re: Toronto Councilor The Conversation piece re: Roe v. Wade National Post piece re: Freedom Convoy Vice piece re: Freedom Convoy The Tyee piece re: Freedom Convoy Sponsors:oxio, calm, Squarespace Support CANADALAND: https://canadaland.com/join See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Trade Splaining
    MC 12, Shifting Supply Chains and Trade & Human Rights

    Trade Splaining

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 39:57


    On this episode of TradeSplaining, hosts Ardian Mollabeciri and Robert Skidmore are joined Chad P. Bown - Reginald Jones Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE). They talk about what we learned from MC12, whether geopolitical considerations more important to economists now than they were before, whose winning the Trade War (hint: nobody) as well as his pick for favorite guilty pleasure in Geneva. Ardian and Rob also digest the WTO Ministerial Conference 12, whether the nature of trade and supply chains is shifting, as well as the latest from the US as a forced labor bill meant to target forced labor in China and Xinjiang. The co-hosts are also joined by TS producer Michelle Olguin as she also gives her thoughts on the vibe shift happening right under Boomers and Gen X's noses...this time from Tinder.

    Emotionally Online
    Abortion is a Human Right – Ep. 3

    Emotionally Online

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 35:19


    In today's episode, we're talking about the overturning of Roe v. Wade– what that means, how I'm feeling, and what we can do.→ donate to abortion funds: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfunds→ if you are looking for access to a safe abortion in your state:→ https://www.ineedana.com/→ https://www.abortionfinder.org/→ https://prochoice.org/→ find an abortion doula: https://www.wearedopo.com/→ emotional support during and after abortion:→ https://reprocare.com/→ https://exhaleprovoice.org/→ help with practical support (transportation, childcare, etc.): https://apiaryps.org/pso-list→ funding for your abortion: https://abortionfunds.org/→ plan c pills: https://www.plancpills.org/find-pills→ birth control: https://heyfavor.com/partylikemaddie

    Stephan Livera Podcast
    SLP388 Meron Estefanos Bitcoin, Human Rights & Refugees

    Stephan Livera Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 51:12


    Meron Estefanos, activist and journalist joins me to talk about her story of helping over 20k refugees, helping to stop human traffickers, and how she's using and teaching Bitcoin these days. We chat: Her story of helping refugees Life for Eritreans Being an activist and radio journalist How she teaches Bitcoin (BlueWallet and Muun) HRF Oslo Freedom Forum Links: Twitter: @meronina Sponsors: Swan Bitcoin Hodl Hodl Lend Braiins.com Voltage Unchained Capital (