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The Gender-Based Violence Information Management System (GBVIMS) is an initiative that enables humanitarian actors responding to incidents of GBV to effectively and safely collect, store, analyze and share data reported by GBV survivors.
 
Learning and Unlearning is a reflective podcast that seeks to address toxic masculinity in a patriarchal world, where gender based violence and femicide manifest. It is hosted by men (specifically Bongani Masilela, Thami Pooe and Boitumelo Mpakanyane), primarily for men, dealing with the behaviours exhibited in male society. Each conversation is deeply vulnerable and anecdotal. We encourage men to tell their stories in order to track their journey of reformation.
 
Being a survivor of Gender Based Violence (GBV) and having experienced various kinds of abuse and stripped off my voice in not too distant past. It has been my mandate to empower and victims and survivors; making them feel loved, safe, valued, and appreciated. As I provide them with the necessary tools and resources to get out of the valley of bitterness and brokenness. I have been determined to passionately inspire survivors with my story; empowering them to know the truth about the subtle ...
 
Unlike other podcasts that explore the crime of exploitation and human trafficking, the VanderPointe podcast will focus on the why. Exposing how protective systems mirror tactics of traffickers and are responsible for strengthening the supply chain and perpetuating the crime. This podcast challenges listeners to understand how social, economic, and political systems nurture human trafficking in our communities. The podcast will engage in critical conversations about how systemic racism, oppr ...
 
A fresh alternative in daily news featuring critical conversations, live reports from the field, and listener participation. The Takeaway provides a breadth and depth of world, national, and regional news coverage that is unprecedented in public media.
 
Join HopeWorks community educators Maya, Allison, Victoria, and Japjyot for a frank discussion on the intersections of the movement to end gender-based violence. Each month they explore the interconnections of social injustice and how we can all work toward collective liberation. With a blend of boldness and compassion, this show is hosted by a diverse cast who are committed to healing, laughing, and loving their way to a world free from exploitation, oppression, and violence.
 
The Partners United Podcast series is designed to foster and grow a community of practice on accountability in Nigeria.The Podcast series will also provide a convenient medium for citizens to consume knowledge to improve the effectiveness of their accountability and governance demands.The Podcast series will focus on the four key areas of the Foundation’s programmes:•Governance and Accountability •Gender Justice•Resource Governance and Climate Advocacy•Protecting the Civic Space Partners Uni ...
 
“Spotlight: Justice for Women,” a podcast by the Wilson Center, explores gender-based violence and the barriers women face when they seek justice. According to the WHO, one in three women worldwide experiencing violence during her lifetime and one in four women will experience domestic abuse, the most common form of gender-based violence. Although many countries have passed laws criminalizing violence against women, attitudes toward gender and violence are complex and deeply-ingrained in soc ...
 
https://trustmywork.com/profile/Patricia%20Adams%20Live Shows YouTube Playlist at http://www.youtube.com/user/PatriciaAdamsLive Discussing LIFE's DIFFICULT Topics! Violence knows no boundaries with regard to age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, economic situation, or geography. Trauma can result from experiencing or witnessing childhood physical or sexual abuse and neglect, rape, domestic violence per NCTIC. The Patricia Adams Live broadcast discusses life's difficult topics wit ...
 
Hello & welcome to kurengworkx podcast, where we tell stories of Africa by Africans Immortalizing African Legends. I’m Kureng Dapel from Nigeria, passionate about digital arts as informed by my skills in photography, arts and theatre. As the Winner of The Who is Who awards and the Africans Rising international Award, I use my technical know-how to advance human rights through some of my pictures. Gender Based Violence, Cultural rights and children right are my major fields of interest.
 
ParlAmericas is the inter-parliamentary institution that promotes parliamentary diplomacy in the inter-American system. Convening the national legislatures from North, Central and South America and the Caribbean, ParlAmericas works to strengthen democratic governance in the hemisphere by enhancing the ability of legislators to fulfill their roles and responsibilities through exchanges of parliamentary best practices and by promoting cooperative political dialogue on regional issues. The Parl ...
 
This show is always a call to action! We're bringing women as well as men together, and having some honest conversation about Black sexual politics and changing what has been destructive. We're producing insight into the historical context and detailing the stories that expose abuse based on race, sex, gender, class and other intersecting oppressions in the lives of women (and men) in our communities.
 
The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
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Devpolicy Talks

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Development Policy Centre, ANU

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The Development Policy Centre is home to the Devpolicy Blog (devpolicy.org) and is a think tank for aid and development policy based at Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University. Devpolicy Talks brings you the latest from our centre’s public events as well as other discussions from our blog and research work covering Australian aid, PNG and the Pacific and global development policy.
 
River to River is a conversation about the news with an Iowa perspective. Together we dig into the story behind the headlines - we talk with newsmakers and a diverse range of experts to find out how the news affects you. We take on challenging topics, explore issues from all sides, and foster conversation and understanding
 
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Communication Mixdown

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Reema Rattan, Liam Armstrong, Carly Dober and Judith Peppard

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This show casts a critical eye on the myriad ways in which we communicate with each other in our increasingly interconnected, multi-media platform world. Each week we mix down the who, the what, the where, and the how of particular communication events, messages, trends and technologies, and then consider: what impacts and what consequences?
 
The Bologna Institute for Policy Research (BIPR) is the research division of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Europe. Its purpose is to promote problem-centered, interdisciplinary research in international policy by drawing upon the global network of SAIS faculty, students and scholars. BIPR SeminarCasts are made available to the public with the goal of providing a pivotal forum for thought and debate in international public policy.
 
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Real Life Tips Podcast

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Actionable life tips by Marno & Lehan

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The ultimate motivational and inspirational podcast you have been waiting for to help you discover your deepest passions in life, to reach your wildest dreams and life goals in a few action steps. ​ Success has a different meaning to each of us and it is up to YOU to decide what your success is. We are just here to help you on your journey, to guide you through real life struggles of discovering meaning, purpose and YOUR ultimate version of success with our insightful research and real life ...
 
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Society for Cultural Anthropology

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AnthroPod is produced by the Society for Cultural Anthropology (http://www.culanth.org). Each episode, we explore what anthropologists and anthropology can teach us about the world and people around us.
 
There are so many inspiring people whose stories are being shared all over, but there are not many which express the voices of teen girls. Many people believe that we are too young to be doing incredible things and that older adults make much more of a difference than we do. But, our teens are the next generation and whatever condition our society is left in, it will be our responsibility to do what the past generation wasn’t able to do. Many teens today are making difference in our society. ...
 
Globally, 2 billion people work in the informal economy. This means that 61% of workers rely on work that offers little pay and few protections. Women informal workers, such as domestic workers, home-based workers, street vendors and waste pickers are at the base of the economic pyramid with the highest risk of poverty. Public policies and social protection schemes often do not consider these workers, leaving them vulnerable to income losses and struggling to cope after an event or shock. In ...
 
The Goodness Podcast was launched in January 2020 with the goal of starting an honest conversation around the topics affecting women's health. Hosted by Noor Tehini and recorded in Dubai, it also celebrates the inspirational stories of women living in the Middle East, highlighting tales of triumph over tragedy, stories of resilience, and ones of survival, all while imparting valuable, scientifically backed advice and lived experience to its listeners.
 
Co-effectuation: Maja Delak and Luka Prin?i? alias Wanda & Nova deViator (text by: Tea Hvala)The collaboration between Maja Delak and Luka Prin?i? began last year with the performance Ways of Love and continued with Frozen Images – the latter was credited to pseudonyms Wanda and Nova deViator. Maja Delak is this year’s recipient of the Prešeren Foundation Award, a choreographer and dancer, who has behind her a considerable number of collaborations with different musicians, dancers, actors, a ...
 
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Students of the Graduate Institute, Geneva

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This series is developed by students, staff, research centers and the faculty at the Graduate Institute of International Studies and Development (IHEID). It will host podcasts on a plethora of topics that range from research and studying to aspects of international life in Geneva and at the Institute.
 
Azania Mosaka hosts DiscoverHealthier – a podcast that tells stories of inspirational people and shares thoughts of specialist guests. Join the conversations and build your understanding of health conditions, healthcare cover, living a healthier life and innovations that benefit our future wellbeing. Each episode offers something new, useful and entertaining. Keep listening as Azania weaves dialogues filled with expert knowledge and the awe-inspiring work of our country’s healthcare heroes.
 
To generate, disseminate and preserve lessons and stories of social work researchers in South Africa. To provide a collaborative platform for social workers and researchers to share their unique experiences, creating an innovative dialogue while preserving knowledge. Endorsed by Department of Social Work, Stellenbosch University Produced by Ward Wide Music, Cape Town
 
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Through all the suffering humankind has been through during the Covid19 pandemic, it is crucial - more now than ever - that we pay attention to those around us who might also be suffering mental, verbal or physical abuse. It is with great honour that we welcome our very first guest speaker to the show: Professor Corne Davis from the University of J…
 
Ben Kieffer speaks with Anita Hill to reflect on the 30th anniversary of the landmark Clarence Thomas hearings and her new book, "Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence." Later, Kieffer discusses the disparities in COVID-19 mortality rates between rural and urban communities and finishes the show learning about new technology in …
 
Nathan-Ross Adams explain the regulatory framework that applies to nudifier apps. We talk about the intersection between image rights and gender-based violence in the cyber space as a result of deepfake technology. Check out Nathan's website http://africantechlawyer.com or visit http://michalsons.com for practical legal solutions. Updates on Image …
 
State Politics Heating Up Across Country Jessica Taylor, the Senate and Governors Editor for The Cook Political Report, and Zach Montellaro, state politics reporter at POLITICO take a look at state politics and gubernatorial races around the country where candidates are debating issues around education, police reform, and abortion rights. New Analy…
 
In this episode, we talk about all things art -- err data -- or both. Where do art and data intersect? How? And what beautiful messages can we convey when we mix the two? Hear from Shirley Wu, a creative, who worked with IRC this year to visualize data about the felt stigma of GBV survivors. Interested in learning more about data art/the art of vis…
 
Our world has become increasingly competitive which means our ability to ascend to our dreams and become the prominent men we dream of becoming is only becoming more difficult and less likely. This, coupled with the expectations we and the people around us place on us, makes for an awful assault on the mental wellbeing of young men. Here to help us…
 
Join cohosts Jessyca Vandercoy and Rachel Pointer as they dive into a two-part conversation about trauma responsiveness and the parallel processes that lead to exploitative mindsets and actions. In this episode, Jessyca and Rachel talk about rethinking success, modeling healing for the next generations, and redefining self-care. Jessyca and Rachel …
 
What's Not So Funny About Dave Chappelle The backlash against Dave Chappelle’s recent comedy special for Netflix continues with many Transgender individuals and groups speaking out against it. We're joined by Aryah Lester, deputy director of the Transgender Strategy Center and MX Dahlia Belle, a writer and comedian who penned "Dear Dave Chappelle, …
 
Jan. 6, 2021, file photo insurrections loyal to President Donald Trump rally at the U.S. Capitol in Washington.(Jose Luis Magana/The Takeaway) The Deep Dive with Dorian Warren: Political Cruelty Most of us tend to think of cruelty as individual actions motivated by personal hatreds, but Professor Cristina Beltran offers up a definition of civic and…
 
New Report Sheds Light on Police Foundations The new Police Foundation Report from Color of Change, exposes how corporations support Black Lives Matter on one hand and are also giving private money to police foundations. There’s no record of how that money is being used to fund police departments around the country which are often a threat to black…
 
Urban foraging: Edible plants, caring for the environment and creating community Urban foraging is an idea that has been taken up by many celebrity chefs but for Alexandra Crosby and IIaria Vanni, from the University of Technology Sydney it's much more. Together they've established Mapping Edges, a transdisciplinary research studio that explores th…
 
What happens when life gives you lemon; what would you do with it? In this incredible episode; I had an amazing conversation with an iconic lady; she is such a sweet soul. Despite all the challenges of life she has encountered; Jessika Fuhrmaneck still gives back to the community in ways unimaginable. She is a dedicated advocate for the support and…
 
Debt Ceiling Deal Extended but For How Long? Join us for this week's political round up with Michael Steele, former Lt. Gov. of Maryland and previous chair of the RNC and Christina Greer, Associate Professor of Political Science at Fordham University, co-host of podcast FAQ NYC, and author of the book “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration and the Pursu…
 
Cohosts Jessyca Vandercoy and Rachel Pointer discuss how damaging it is to see people as only one thing, and muse about why it is so hard to see people who have experienced sexual violence as whole people. Jessyca and Rachel talk about parallel processes, what defines appropriate boundaries, funding issues, who drives the changes and how. There is …
 
Daniel Alarcón On Spanish-Language Media Celebrated podcaster and writer Daniel Alarcón. Alarcón is the Executive Producer and host of NPR's Spanish language podcast Radio Ambulante. His podcast — which he started in 2012 — features a mix of investigative journalism and interviews, and covers a wide range of topics, from the refugee crisis in Venez…
 
Whistleblower Exposes Facebook's Prioritization of Profit Over People The Takeaway discussed Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen’s testimony and about regulating big tech with Cecilia Kang, a national technology reporter for The New York Times. She is the co-author of “An Ugly Truth: Inside Facebook’s Battle for Domination.” The Hidden Biases of …
 
Detainees Detail Troubling Conditions within New York City Jails At least 12 people detained in New York City’s jail facilities have died this year, amid rising Covid-19 cases and a reported spike in violence and self-harm. At the end of September, Mayor Bill de Blasio toured the Rikers Island jail complex and claimed that the changes the city has …
 
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