In what sense can it be said that indigenous people are ecologists and poor people environmentalists? How are continuities and discontinuities between humans, living kinds and other objects in the … Continue reading Prof. Laura Rival: Can Development Policies Help Conserve Both Biological and Cultural Diversity?
In 2008, the unemployment rate in the Gaza Strip reached 71%. The Palestinian economy is endemically weak, in part due to its split geography between Gaza and the West Bank, … Continue reading Prof. Bashar Malkawi: Stumbling Blocks to Palestinian Development
In this podcast with Dr Hla Kyaw, the chairman of the European Rohingya Council, we seek to understand more about the ethnic cleansing campaign against the Rohingya Muslims and discuss … Continue reading Dr Hla Kyaw: Ethnic Cleansing of Rohingya Muslims
OxSID President Caitlin Smith speaks with Ruby Weaver co-founder of Our Generation for Inclusive Peace – a new youth-led research and advocacy initiative seeking to revolutionise how we conduct peace … Continue reading Ruby Weaver: Our Generation for Inclusive Peace
Middle East Events Officer, Caitlin Hennessy, speaks with Dr Sa’ed Atshan Assistant Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at Swarthmore College and who is currently on sabbatical a Visiting Scholar … Continue reading Dr Sa’ed Atshan: ‘Queer Palestine and the Empire of Critique’
Africa Events Director, Priyan Selvakumar speaks with Matthew Page, Chatham House Associate fellow for the Africa programme. He is also the former US intelligence Nigeria expert as well as former … Continue reading Matthew Page: A Day in the Life of a Nigerian Politician
Europe Events Director, Timea Iliffe, speaks with Catherine Woollard, Director of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles. Interview by Timea Iliffe. Music by Lorcan Cudlip Cook
In this podcast with academic and author Professor Cathryn Costello, we discuss the significance of refugee and asylum law for human rights, and investigate the ways that systems of international … Continue reading Prof. Cathryn Costello: Human Rights and Refugee Law During COVID-19
Join us for a conversation with Jonathan Watts, the Global Environment Editor at The Guardian Newspaper. Jonathan has been a journalist at the Guardian for 24 years, taking up roles … Continue reading Jonathan Watts: Journalism and Climate Activism
In this episode, Hannah Brock speaks to Kolbassia Haoussou MBE, co-founder of Survivors Speak Out a national network of torture survivors connected with the charity Freedom From Torture. A survivor … Continue reading Kolbassia Haoussou MBE: Speaking Out About Torture
Join us as Sanam Naraghi Anderlini, an activist for women, peace and security, consultant to the UN, and CEO and co-founder of the International Civil Society Action Network, talks us … Continue reading Sanam Naraghi Anderlini: Women in Peacemaking
In this episode we’ll be talking to Jordan Schneider, the host of the ChinaTalk podcast and newsletter about Chinese social media, how information is controlled and disseminated in China and … Continue reading Jordan Schneider: We Talk ChinaTalk
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