The Human Rights Defender Podcast - Civil Rights Defenders. The Human Rights Defender; a podcast series that explores the work and lives of brave individuals standing up for our human rights.
In the first season, we’re taking an in-depth look at the Western Balkans and Turkey. You can listen to episodes of The Human Rights Defender via Spotify and Apple Podcasts, or on this page. Episode 8: Srdjan Susnica, Columnist, Bosnia & Herz. Srdjan story shows what happens when you dare to speak out against autocratic regimes which abuse public resources to repress human rights and democracy. Episode 7: Rajmonda Sylbije, LGBTI+ activist, Kosovo “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.
Belarus Edition: Victoria Fedorova, Legal Initiative The world has been gripped by the recent pro-democracy movement in Belarus and President Lukashenka’s crackdown on peaceful protestors. ACW Podcast. Podcast A nuclear weapons, arms control, disarmament and nonproliferation podcast.
Hosted by Jeffrey Lewis & Aaron Stein.Produced by Scott LaFoy. Subscribe on iTunes Podcast RSS Feed Most Recent Podcasts What’s Up with Turkey’s S400? Turkey previously announced that its S400 air defense regiment would be activated and in service by the end of April, 2020, after its delivery from Russia in 2019. Renewed Nuclear Testing in China? The Wall Street Journal reported that “China might be secretly conducting nuclear tests with very low explosive power” based on the State Department’s 2020 Annual Compliance Report, but that is not quite what the report actually says. Iran’s Satellite and the IRGC Space Program May 12, 2020. ChinaPower Project. In this episode, Dr.
Jeremy Youde joins us to discuss China’s evolving role in the World Health Organization (WHO). Dr. Youde outlines how China’s contributions to the WHO have changed over time, and highlights its main sources of influence in the organization. He also explains how the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed some of the challenges that the WHO and the international community face when working with China. Finally, he explores the risk that Taiwan’s exclusion from the WHO poses to global health, and offers insights on Taiwan’s prospects for achieving a greater role in the organization following COVID-19. In this episode, Dr. In this episode, Dr. In this episode, Jacob Cooke joins us to discuss the explosive growth of the e-commerce market in China and the rise of the Chinese digital consumer. Hacked. Podcasts. Audio/Vidéo. CERI. Séminaire du 12/10/2017 - CERI Sciences Po-CEA Opening Session - New Directions in US Foreign Policy: Rhetoric vs.
Reality Conversation with Dr. Kim R. Holmes, senior vice president for research, The Heritage Foundation; former assistant secretary of state for international organization affairs (2001-2004). Moderated by Dr. Panel Discussion 1 – Challenges and Opportunities for U.S. The Trump administration has proposed radical breaks with existing U.S. international engagement. Speakers: Dr. Moderator: Dr. Panel Discussion 2 - Strategic Uncertainty for European Allies 2016-17 has been a period of great uncertainty for European allies, as policymakers on the Continent await new priorities from Washington and the results of negotiations between London and Brussels. Speakers: Alexandre Escorcia, deputy head of Policy Planning, French Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs.
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Tofugu. CodePen Radio. TED Radio Hour. The freeCodeCamp Podcast. European Commission - Interpretation. Accueil Université Ouverte des Humanités. Conférences et colloques. Allez au contenu Allez au menu principal Allez à la recherche Change language Accessibilité Soutenez le Louvre Accueil>Expositions & Actualités>Conférences et colloques Conférences et colloques Les cycles de conférences et colloques accompagnent les expositions ou abordent des thématiques diverses dans le domaines de l’histoire de l’art et de la muséographie, concernant tout aussi bien des questions esthétiques qu'une période, un mouvement artistique, ou des grandes figures de l'histoire de l'art de l’antiquité à aujourd’hui, ou encore l’actualité internationale des musées et les grands enjeux les concernant.
Au programme Autour des carnets secrets de Turner : art, création et érotisme Conférence Par Alain Jaubert, cinéaste, écrivain et Guillaume Faroult, musée du Louvre Conférence-discussion à l'occasion de la sortie de l'ouvrage d'Alain Jaubert : J.M.W. À 12h30, Auditorium du Louvre, le 16 Novembre 2017. Conférences en ligne/Bibliothèque nationale de France.