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This is the Equal Rights Institute podcast. It is focused on helping pro-life people to be more persuasive when they communicate with pro-choice people. The main feature of this podcast is a weekly episode of an ERI author reading his or her article, but will also include short clips from our Equipped for Life Course podcast, live speech audio, and ERI updates. Equal Rights Institute is an organization dedicated to training pro-life advocates to think clearly, reason honestly and argue persu ...
 
Podcasts produced by the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission. The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission was established under statute on 1 November 2014 to protect and promote human rights and equality in Ireland, to promote a culture of respect for human rights, equality and intercultural understanding, to promote understanding and awareness of the importance of human rights and equality, and to work towards the elimination of human rights abuses and discrimination.
 
Some of Hindi Cinema’s biggest names in dialogue with the International Ambassador of United for Human Rights, Fraser Scott, and South Asia Human Rights Ambassador, Sheena Chohan, in collaboration with HubHopper, to spread awareness of basic rights with practical information and inspire people with their stories to help create a society of peace, equality and without discrimination.
 
From Sydney’s 2ser 107.3 and the Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion UTS, series 3 of All Things Equal is here: Digital Divides. The investigative podcast continues its interrogation of equality in our modern society: first the #metoo movement, then fairness in education, and now… human rights and technology. Technology has reshaped all aspects of life on the planet. Every advance offers exciting possibilities, but also unintended consequences… This series goes behind the tech hype, to h ...
 
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 ...
 
This two-day conference provided a forum for academics, practitioners and government representatives to evaluate the current debate and future shape of the post-2015 agenda from a human rights perspective. It was focused on both theoretical and practical aspects of integrating human rights in the post-2105 agenda, with a particular focus on poverty, environment and peace and security.
 
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Albanians will head to the polls on Sunday (April 25th) following the 8-year, increasingly authoritarian rule of Prime Minister Edi Rama. Our guest, Albi Çela, stresses it will also be a major test for Albania’s fragile democracy, as the government introduces measures intended to pressure voters and suppress a high turnout. Against the odds, though…
 
It's quite a time to be an LGBTI+ activist in Serbia. Having successfully held consecutive Pride marches since 2014, and preparations under way for Belgrade to host EuroPride in 2022, the community is bracing for landmark legislation which would finally regulate same-sex civil unions. Our guest, Marko Mihailovic, direct from the frontlines of this …
 
SHARE Foundation's Director of Tech, Andrej Petrovski tells us about the growing challenges to digital rights in the Western Balkans, threats related to surveillance, digital security and other online tips. (Apologies for the poor sounds quality throughout the interview; we experienced some issues during recording)…
 
Six months have passed since pro-democracy protests began in Belarus following the falsification of the Presidential elections, and the repressive tactics of Lukashenka’s regime are showing no signs of slow-down. Instead, with the attention of the world's cameras shifting elsewhere, independent journalists and activists are being targeted and arbit…
 
Dan Doghi, Chief of the ODIHR Contact Point for Roma and Sinti Issues at the OSCE tells us about the devastating effect the pandemic is having on Roma communities across Europe; their poor access to healthcare and education, compounded by growing discrimination from society and institutions.โดย Civil Rights Defenders
 
Writer, Filmmaker and Humanitarian, Tahira Kashyap Khurrana joins us on the show to discuss the Right to Marriage & Family, giving motivational stories to do with how she fought for this right and the issues to do with it facing the country today. Tahira is joined by South Asia Ambassador for United for Human Rights, awarded the Human Rights Hero A…
 
Heading an office which communicates with hundreds of HRDs across the world, Mary Lawlor, UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights Defenders, offers us a picture of the challenges to defending human rights in times of global crisis.โดย Civil Rights Defenders
 
Filmfare Award Winning Actress, Writer, Producer, Director and Humanitarian, Tisca Chopra joins us on the show to discuss the Right to Life, giving motivational stories to do with how she fought for this right and the issues to do with it facing the country today. Tisca is joined by South Asia Ambassador for United for Human Rights, awarded the Hum…
 
We travelled to Warsaw to sit with two renowned human rights defenders on the morning of the biggest civil protest Poland has seen in decades. On October 31st, 100,000s took to the streets to protest a humiliating ban on abortions. Julia Maciocha, President of Warsaw Pride, and Bart Staszewski, LGBTI activist and film director, tell us how human ri…
 
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.…
 
“Pride in our region is a protest, not a celebration,” Rajmonda told a joyful crowd at Oslo Pride back in 2016, just as she and her colleagues prepared for the first ever Pride March in her home country of Kosovo. An ardent activist for LGBTI+ rights, she shares her thoughts on the journey so far and the key social and legislative challenges that l…
 
The world has been gripped by the recent pro-democracy movement in Belarus and President Lukashenka’s crackdown on peaceful protestors. Victoria shares her insights from the ground, and the increasingly strenuous task of defending human rights from within a brutal dictatorship.โดย Civil Rights Defenders
 
After hiking Crabtree Falls Josh shares what has been going on behind the scenes at ERI, including finding Rachel's replacement and his three big goals for the rest of 2020. Josh recorded this in the field with just his camera mic so the audio isn't the best. Also, the camera ran out of space 20 seconds before he finished so the audio noticeably sw…
 
Vanja and her colleagues have paid a high price for uncovering the sophisticated relationship between organised crime, corruption and power in Montenegro. On Sunday (30 August) her country goes to the polls in what will be a decisive test for the 30-year rule of President Milo Djukanovic.โดย Civil Rights Defenders
 
Raveena Tandon is a National Award Winning Actress who has starred in such legendary blockbusters as Andaz Apna Apna and socially relevant cinema as Daman; Raveena has stood up for causes as varied as animal, environmental, child rights and many more. Raveena joins us on the show to discuss the Right to A Fair and Free World, giving motivational st…
 
Sonu Sood is a FilmFare and IIFA Award-Winning Actor who has won the heart of the nation during the Coronavirus by providing millions of meals, transport home to thousands of stranded migrants, and other acts of kindness, making him known as the nation's true super-hero. Sonu joins us on the show to discuss the Right to Food and Shelter, giving mot…
 
How can our oldest continuing culture, and our Australian heritage, inform tech development? Perhaps Indigenous Knowledge Systems seem far removed from Silicon Valley. But it could be exactly the injection of cultural values that our profit- and disruption-driven tech sector desperately needs, especially given the discrimination already faced by pe…
 
Imtiaz Ali, Director and Writer of such legendary films as Jab We Met and Love Aaj Kal, discusses the Right to Freedom of Thought - giving motivation about standing up for this right as well as interesting stories about the importance of Freedom of Thought in history and how it affects present day life. Imtiaz is joined in dialogue by South Asia Am…
 
As Albania’s civil society grips with restrictive measures introduced to tackle the pandemic, Lorin tells about the challenge for independent media to report freely in the midst of a full-blown communications crisis.โดย Civil Rights Defender
 
Biljana tells us about the success of HRDs in uncovering a captured state that violated human rights and abused power, the disproportional challenges WHRDs and LGBTI+ still face in North Macedonia, as well as the importance of human rights research for ensuring accountabilityโดย Civil Rights Defenders
 
With tens of thousands activists, journalists, academics and dissidents prosecuted in recent years, Osman sheds lights on the extremely precarious position for human rights defenders in Turkey and his own personal motivations to commit his life to the cause.
 
FilmFare Award-Winning Writer, Producer, and Director Ruchi Narain discuss the Right to Responsibility - giving motivation about how we can not only take responsibility to make a better world but how we can make it fun and successful. Ruchi is joined in dialogue by South Asia Ambassador for United for Human Rights, Sheena Chohan, who gives practica…
 
FilmFare and Zee Cine Award Winning Actress and Director Nandita Das, well known for her constant good work in bringing light to societal issues, discusses caste discrimination - her work in this field, stories and opinions to do with what can be done to overcome it. Nandita is joined in dialogue by South Asia Ambassador for United for Human Rights…
 
National Award Winning and FilmFare Nominated Writer and Director of Amu, Margarita with a Straw and The Sky is Pink, Shonali Bose, discusses Workers’ Rights. Shonali talks about her life long passion for this right, her experiences to do with fighting for it and her successes with applying it. South Asia Ambassador for United for Human Rights, She…
 
Ivan shares his reflections on the uphill challenge of changing Serbia’s youths mindsets about the war in the 90s, and creating an environment in which human rights defenders are respected, not harassed.โดย Civil Rights Defenders
 
Filmfare Award-Nominated Writer and Director of Lipstick Under My Burkha, Alankrita Shrivastava, discusses the right to no discrimination, concentrating on gender. Alankrita gives many inspiring stories to do with her struggles and successes with this right as the South Asia Ambassador for United for Human Rights, Sheena Chohan joins her in discuss…
 
FilmFare Award-Winning Superstar Sonakshi Sinha who has led smash hit films discusses the Right to Education and how that relates to strengthening all the other human rights. Sonakshi tells inspiring stories and gives her struggles and successes to do with this right as Sheena Chohan, South Asian Ambassador for United for Human Rights joins her in …
 
Two-time FilmFare Award-Winning Writer and Director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari who made films including Nil Battey Sannata and Bareilly Ki Barfi discusses the Right to No Torture and how that relates to Domestic Violence and Alcoholism. Ashwiny tells inspiring stories and ideas for how to successfully apply the right to No Torture as the show host Fraser …
 
Saket Chaudhary, director of the super hit Hindi Medium, discusses the right to Social Security, meaning basic food, healthcare, and shelter for all. Saket not only discusses why this right is so important at the time of the migrant crisis but also stories from his own experience and many ideas for how to successfully use this right. The show host …
 
R Balki, the director of films like PadMan and writer of Mission Mangal, speaks passionately about Freedom of Expression including issues of the present day concerning this vital right and his own stories to do with it. Fraser Scott, Mumbai Director of United for Human Rights and Sheena Chohan, South Asia Ambassador, in conversation with R Balki, i…
 
Some of Hindi Cinema’s biggest names in dialogue with the Mumbai Director of United for Human Rights, Fraser Scott and South Asia Human Rights Ambassador, Sheena Chohan, in collaboration with HubHopper, to spread awareness of basic rights with practical information and inspire people with their stories to help create a society of peace, equality an…
 
Artificial Intelligence is the holy grail of technology. But the dawn of AI has already broken: we see it in algorithms that predict what you want to buy, decide what news you see… even judge whether or not you should go to prison. But should we trust these algorithms to make our choices for us? Do we have the right to a human-made decision?…
 
Who's watching? When was the last time you read all the Terms and Conditions before clicking “I agree”? We sign away our right to privacy on a daily basis, often for no more than a game. High-profile hacks have put the vulnerability of our information in the headlines. But is it foreign actors we need to beware of, or a threat closer to home? As go…
 
In February 2020 Josh Brahm was invited to speak at multiple pro-life events in Ireland. This is from a Q&A session after one of those events. Questions: 0:00: How would you respond to someone who counters your argument about freedom of conscience for physicians by saying that doctors are in an occupation where they can’t opt out for personal reaso…
 
In February 2020 Josh Brahm was invited to speak at multiple pro-life events in Ireland. This is the edited audio from a speech he gave made particularly for their pro-life movement based on what is going on right now in their country, but includes helpful advice for movements in other countries as well. Related Links: Equipped for Life Course Side…
 
When it comes to medicine, we can see some of the most obvious benefits new technology offers human kind. But equality of access to these expensive technologies will prove problematic, especially when it comes to our greatest, and most terrifying, feat: gene editing.โดย 2SER 107.3FM
 
Josh Brahm took a walk along the cliffs of Ireland to share with you what the ERI staff are up to lately. We've intercut the footage with a lot of beautiful pictures and videos Josh took around Ireland, so if you want to watch instead of just listen, here's the link: https://youtu.be/yeyxlhFrJUU Here's the video Josh mentioned of people from around…
 
"Beyond East West Street: the Path of Human Rights" - Philippe Sands QC delivers the inaugural annual lecture of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission in Dublin, Ireland on 16 December 2019.Philippe Sands is Professor of Law at University College London, and a practising barrister at Matrix Chambers in London. He appears as counsel before …
 
Josh Brahm recently sat in our new studio to give you an update on what's been going on behind the scenes at Equal Rights Institute. There are a lot of visuals in this video, so it's best watched instead of listened to on the podcast, but both are available. Topics: 01:14 - New studio; 03:55 - Tim's resignation; 05:01 - New Director of Training and…
 
On October 1st, 2019 the city of Jackson, Mississippi passed a buffer-zone law prohibiting free speech near healthcare facilities, which includes the last remaining abortion facility in the state of Mississippi. By looking at the events leading up to this ordinance being passed, pro-life advocates can learn to make better strategic decisions to pre…
 
Josh Brahm and Rachel Crawford discuss the abortion episode in the third season of "13 Reasons Why," how it misrepresents the pro-life movement, and what pro-life people ought to say when they hear people bring it up. Video version of this discussion is available at our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/EqualRightsInstitute Related Links: ER…
 
This is the audio from yesterday's Facebook Live event where Josh Brahm talked about what he learned about the controversial Marshae Jones case, where a pregnant woman's baby died as a result of a gunshot in a fight, and yet the mother has been charged. Once you dig into the story, it's more complicated than the headlines imply. Read Josh's article…
 
In 'History' we look at an Indigenous primary school which is taking a holistic, community driven approach to learning. And then we look to the future; at an institution that could transform the way Indigenous knowledge and culture is shared in universities.โดย 2SER 107.3FM
 
Israel was born with Down syndrome, but his mum Sunshine can't see why that should exclude him from a mainstream classroom. The problem is, lots of local schools think he'd be happier "with his own kind". This is the story of Sunshine and Israel's fight for inclusion.โดย 2SER 107.3FM
 
Homelessness, domestic violence, drug use, abuse; there are a myriad of reasons why students might struggle with mainstream education. In this episode you'll hear from the students who fell out of the mainstream education system, but through determination, and innovative new ways of learning, are sticking it out in school.…
 
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