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What hope is there for peace in a violent world? Join us every week for a story that gives us hope from South Africa, India or the USA.

Latest Episodes

Violence at JNU - Dinesh Abrol (Hindi)

We were fortunate to interview Prof. Dinesh Abrol about the recent violence that took place in JNU. Here he shares his insights and analysis in Hindi.

45 MINJAN 29
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Violence at JNU - Dinesh Abrol (Hindi)

BRN - Part 2 with Ravish Kumar

20 MIN2019 DEC 10
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BRN - Part 2 with Ravish Kumar

BRN 7 - Ravish Kumar

Hindi language interview of NDTV journalist Ravish Kumar

44 MIN2019 OCT 13
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BRN 7 - Ravish Kumar

The D Word 1 - Kusum Wagle

Is diversity a bad word? Kusum Wagle was brought up in a joint Hindu-Muslim household in India. How has that influenced her life and work?

29 MIN2019 OCT 8
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The D Word 1 - Kusum Wagle

Guest hosting SWN on WPFW - Hindutva and Kashmir

Our BRN co-hosts Shirin and Sameer guest host a radio show in Washington DC on the recent developments in India.

47 MIN2019 OCT 8
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Guest hosting SWN on WPFW - Hindutva and Kashmir

Episode 6 - Irfaan Engineer

Was the Indian election a triumph of sectarianism over peace? We discuss with Irfan Engineer of the Centre for the Study of Society and Secularism in Mumbai, India.

29 MIN2019 SEP 19
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Episode 6 - Irfaan Engineer

Only Light Drives Out Darkness: Interview with Ram Puniyani

In this episode of Baobab, Redwood and Neem, we interview Dr. Ram Puniyani who has been working for decades on building peace between people of different religions in India.

55 MIN2019 SEP 12
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Only Light Drives Out Darkness: Interview with Ram Puniyani

Conversing to Understand - Rabbi Gerry on Interfaith

How do you stop the violence before it begins? Rabbi Gerry Serotta of the Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington shares his views.

35 MIN2018 OCT 30
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Conversing to Understand - Rabbi Gerry on Interfaith

Health and Social Justice: What Should a Doctor Do?

The role of doctors in our societies is changing. Once seen as defenders of society - especially the weaker people in society - today many doctors see themselves and business people. But what doesthe logic of what makes a healthy business practice have to do with what makes a healthy human being?Dr. Vikas Bajpai has been both a medical doctor and an advocate for social justice for most of his life. He's worked in towns and villages all over India as well as in mainstream institutions such as the Jawaharlal Nehru Univeristy - whose Centre for Social Medicine and Community Health he currently works with. Join us as he leads us on a discussion of what it means to be a social justice champion and a medical practitioner in the 21st century.

52 MIN2018 OCT 2
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Health and Social Justice: What Should a Doctor Do?

Human Rights for All in South Africa

Virginia Magwaza has been an advocate for human rights for more than four decades. She joins us today to talk about her own history in the anti-apartheid struggle and how the lessons she learned then translate into her current work advocating for the rights of queer people in southern Africa.

29 MIN2018 JUN 19
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Human Rights for All in South Africa

Latest Episodes

Violence at JNU - Dinesh Abrol (Hindi)

We were fortunate to interview Prof. Dinesh Abrol about the recent violence that took place in JNU. Here he shares his insights and analysis in Hindi.

45 MINJAN 29
Comments
Violence at JNU - Dinesh Abrol (Hindi)

BRN - Part 2 with Ravish Kumar

20 MIN2019 DEC 10
Comments
BRN - Part 2 with Ravish Kumar

BRN 7 - Ravish Kumar

Hindi language interview of NDTV journalist Ravish Kumar

44 MIN2019 OCT 13
Comments
BRN 7 - Ravish Kumar

The D Word 1 - Kusum Wagle

Is diversity a bad word? Kusum Wagle was brought up in a joint Hindu-Muslim household in India. How has that influenced her life and work?

29 MIN2019 OCT 8
Comments
The D Word 1 - Kusum Wagle

Guest hosting SWN on WPFW - Hindutva and Kashmir

Our BRN co-hosts Shirin and Sameer guest host a radio show in Washington DC on the recent developments in India.

47 MIN2019 OCT 8
Comments
Guest hosting SWN on WPFW - Hindutva and Kashmir

Episode 6 - Irfaan Engineer

Was the Indian election a triumph of sectarianism over peace? We discuss with Irfan Engineer of the Centre for the Study of Society and Secularism in Mumbai, India.

29 MIN2019 SEP 19
Comments
Episode 6 - Irfaan Engineer

Only Light Drives Out Darkness: Interview with Ram Puniyani

In this episode of Baobab, Redwood and Neem, we interview Dr. Ram Puniyani who has been working for decades on building peace between people of different religions in India.

55 MIN2019 SEP 12
Comments
Only Light Drives Out Darkness: Interview with Ram Puniyani

Conversing to Understand - Rabbi Gerry on Interfaith

How do you stop the violence before it begins? Rabbi Gerry Serotta of the Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington shares his views.

35 MIN2018 OCT 30
Comments
Conversing to Understand - Rabbi Gerry on Interfaith

Health and Social Justice: What Should a Doctor Do?

The role of doctors in our societies is changing. Once seen as defenders of society - especially the weaker people in society - today many doctors see themselves and business people. But what doesthe logic of what makes a healthy business practice have to do with what makes a healthy human being?Dr. Vikas Bajpai has been both a medical doctor and an advocate for social justice for most of his life. He's worked in towns and villages all over India as well as in mainstream institutions such as the Jawaharlal Nehru Univeristy - whose Centre for Social Medicine and Community Health he currently works with. Join us as he leads us on a discussion of what it means to be a social justice champion and a medical practitioner in the 21st century.

52 MIN2018 OCT 2
Comments
Health and Social Justice: What Should a Doctor Do?

Human Rights for All in South Africa

Virginia Magwaza has been an advocate for human rights for more than four decades. She joins us today to talk about her own history in the anti-apartheid struggle and how the lessons she learned then translate into her current work advocating for the rights of queer people in southern Africa.

29 MIN2018 JUN 19
Comments
Human Rights for All in South Africa
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