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Demanding women's human rights.

Latest Episodes

#10 Meet the woman behind #metoo

This has been a month that has changed the world. With revelations coming out about movie mogul Harvey Weinstein Poppy explores the true origins and impact of the '#metoo' movement which has changed how we look at sexual violence forever, and asks: what makes this a 'watershed' moment?

8 MIN2017 OCT 29
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#10 Meet the woman behind #metoo

#9 How to Empower yourself (Part 2) with Lauren Steele from PECS

Lauren Steele is perhaps better known for her alter ego: Thrust-in Limber-snake. She joins Poppy to talk about drag kings, alter egos and the fun of dressing up... LINK: http://www.pecsdragkings.com/

14 MIN2017 SEP 10
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#9 How to Empower yourself (Part 2) with Lauren Steele from PECS

#8 How To Empower Yourself (Part 1) With Rachel Thompson from Mashable

This months episode is all about empowerment. In this episode we are talking to Rachel Thompson from Mashable who talks about active ways you can protect yourself and your self esteem online when using social media.

16 MIN2017 SEP 3
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#8 How To Empower Yourself (Part 1) With Rachel Thompson from Mashable

#7 The Lesbian Lounge: Can You Hear Us? With Denise Warner

In a spare bedroom in a condo in South Florida in 2006 two best friends started streaming a live radio show that ended up reaching millions of listeners. In this months episode of AudioRoar we meet one of the women behind this cult hit: ' The Lesbian Lounge', Denise Warner. Her story reveals the power of the internet and how it has created a platform for unheard women's voices to speak out and be heard.

25 MIN2017 JUL 31
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#7 The Lesbian Lounge: Can You Hear Us? With Denise Warner

#6 Are Women Safe Online?

Imagine going online to discover someone has edited a picture of you from when you were 16 to look like you were posing topless. Imagine then that they made a fake Facebook account using that picture, pretending to be you, adding all of your friends and family. Imagine then that the police tell you: there's nothing they can do to help. Andrea doesn't have to imagine, because this is what happened to her. This month she joins Poppy and shares her story of online cyber bullying. One-in-five children and young people reported that they had been cyber-bullied, according to a recent survey of 5,000 children and young people carried out across 11 countries, including the UK. Young women, those 18-24, experience certain severe types of harassment at disproportionately high levels: 26% of young women in one study had been stalked online, and 25% were the target of online sexual harassment. Andrea's story: https://ndrealynn.com/2015/05/06/cyber-bullying-my-story/ Cyber bullying help: http://...

11 MIN2017 JUL 4
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#6 Are Women Safe Online?

#5 Not YOUR Honey: Meet the women behind the campaign

Six months ago two women in Melbourne Australia led an eye-catching protest outside a lingerie shop. Donning black pleather, chunky belts, feathers, red lipstick and war paint, and with the international press watching, they burned a bra on a stick whilst a crowd of people with catchy signs cheered them on. Not YOUR Honey had arrived. The two women leading the protest were Tori Bellentina and Channelle Rogers. This month AudioRoar meets Chanelle to find out what lead up to this moment outside the lingerie store. She explains why she decided to take on her former employer- luxury brand Honey Birdette- and what their petition and hashtag (#NotYourHoney) was all about. We talk workers rights, appropriated feminism and capitalism. Campaign: https://www.megaphone.org.au/petitions/honey-birdette-workers-need-safe-workplaces Music :http://www.bensound.com/

25 MIN2017 JUN 5
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#5 Not YOUR Honey: Meet the women behind the campaign

#4 Part 2: Human Trafficking, 'Just 45 Days'

Last month Poppy explored the ways in which new technology was helping to fight trafficking globally. This month AudioRoar takes a look at existing infrastructure, which aims to assist survivors in the UK. Are we doing enough? Music: www.bensound.com

31 MIN2017 APR 30
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#4 Part 2: Human Trafficking, 'Just 45 Days'

#3 Part 1: How Can Technology Help Stop Human Trafficking?

Last year marked the 15th anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Palermo Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children. Despite this, at least 20.9 million adults and children are bought and sold worldwide into commercial sexual servitude, forced labour and bonded labour. Of these, women and girls make up 98% of victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation. In this months episode Poppy speaks with two experts on human trafficking. First, Duncan Jepson from Liberty Asia, which works to prevent human trafficking through legal advocacy, technological interventions, and strategic collaborations with NGOs & corporations in Asia. Poppy also speaks with Andy Desmond, a former Scotland Yard detective who has worked at the forefront of technology which helps identify and rescue victims. Poppy asks: what are the causes for trafficking? Can consumers really make a difference? And how has technology helped in the fight against human ...

45 MIN2017 APR 2
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#3 Part 1: How Can Technology Help Stop Human Trafficking?
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Latest Episodes

#10 Meet the woman behind #metoo

This has been a month that has changed the world. With revelations coming out about movie mogul Harvey Weinstein Poppy explores the true origins and impact of the '#metoo' movement which has changed how we look at sexual violence forever, and asks: what makes this a 'watershed' moment?

8 MIN2017 OCT 29
Comments
#10 Meet the woman behind #metoo

#9 How to Empower yourself (Part 2) with Lauren Steele from PECS

Lauren Steele is perhaps better known for her alter ego: Thrust-in Limber-snake. She joins Poppy to talk about drag kings, alter egos and the fun of dressing up... LINK: http://www.pecsdragkings.com/

14 MIN2017 SEP 10
Comments
#9 How to Empower yourself (Part 2) with Lauren Steele from PECS

#8 How To Empower Yourself (Part 1) With Rachel Thompson from Mashable

This months episode is all about empowerment. In this episode we are talking to Rachel Thompson from Mashable who talks about active ways you can protect yourself and your self esteem online when using social media.

16 MIN2017 SEP 3
Comments
#8 How To Empower Yourself (Part 1) With Rachel Thompson from Mashable

#7 The Lesbian Lounge: Can You Hear Us? With Denise Warner

In a spare bedroom in a condo in South Florida in 2006 two best friends started streaming a live radio show that ended up reaching millions of listeners. In this months episode of AudioRoar we meet one of the women behind this cult hit: ' The Lesbian Lounge', Denise Warner. Her story reveals the power of the internet and how it has created a platform for unheard women's voices to speak out and be heard.

25 MIN2017 JUL 31
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#7 The Lesbian Lounge: Can You Hear Us? With Denise Warner

#6 Are Women Safe Online?

Imagine going online to discover someone has edited a picture of you from when you were 16 to look like you were posing topless. Imagine then that they made a fake Facebook account using that picture, pretending to be you, adding all of your friends and family. Imagine then that the police tell you: there's nothing they can do to help. Andrea doesn't have to imagine, because this is what happened to her. This month she joins Poppy and shares her story of online cyber bullying. One-in-five children and young people reported that they had been cyber-bullied, according to a recent survey of 5,000 children and young people carried out across 11 countries, including the UK. Young women, those 18-24, experience certain severe types of harassment at disproportionately high levels: 26% of young women in one study had been stalked online, and 25% were the target of online sexual harassment. Andrea's story: https://ndrealynn.com/2015/05/06/cyber-bullying-my-story/ Cyber bullying help: http://...

11 MIN2017 JUL 4
Comments
#6 Are Women Safe Online?

#5 Not YOUR Honey: Meet the women behind the campaign

Six months ago two women in Melbourne Australia led an eye-catching protest outside a lingerie shop. Donning black pleather, chunky belts, feathers, red lipstick and war paint, and with the international press watching, they burned a bra on a stick whilst a crowd of people with catchy signs cheered them on. Not YOUR Honey had arrived. The two women leading the protest were Tori Bellentina and Channelle Rogers. This month AudioRoar meets Chanelle to find out what lead up to this moment outside the lingerie store. She explains why she decided to take on her former employer- luxury brand Honey Birdette- and what their petition and hashtag (#NotYourHoney) was all about. We talk workers rights, appropriated feminism and capitalism. Campaign: https://www.megaphone.org.au/petitions/honey-birdette-workers-need-safe-workplaces Music :http://www.bensound.com/

25 MIN2017 JUN 5
Comments
#5 Not YOUR Honey: Meet the women behind the campaign

#4 Part 2: Human Trafficking, 'Just 45 Days'

Last month Poppy explored the ways in which new technology was helping to fight trafficking globally. This month AudioRoar takes a look at existing infrastructure, which aims to assist survivors in the UK. Are we doing enough? Music: www.bensound.com

31 MIN2017 APR 30
Comments
#4 Part 2: Human Trafficking, 'Just 45 Days'

#3 Part 1: How Can Technology Help Stop Human Trafficking?

Last year marked the 15th anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Palermo Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children. Despite this, at least 20.9 million adults and children are bought and sold worldwide into commercial sexual servitude, forced labour and bonded labour. Of these, women and girls make up 98% of victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation. In this months episode Poppy speaks with two experts on human trafficking. First, Duncan Jepson from Liberty Asia, which works to prevent human trafficking through legal advocacy, technological interventions, and strategic collaborations with NGOs & corporations in Asia. Poppy also speaks with Andy Desmond, a former Scotland Yard detective who has worked at the forefront of technology which helps identify and rescue victims. Poppy asks: what are the causes for trafficking? Can consumers really make a difference? And how has technology helped in the fight against human ...

45 MIN2017 APR 2
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#3 Part 1: How Can Technology Help Stop Human Trafficking?
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