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Lectures and discussions with renowned academics, journalists, politicians and activists on the topic of international human rights

Latest Episodes

Voices of Atlanta

--2019 SEP 15
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Voices of Atlanta

Strange Fruit

Fellows from the 2019 John Lewis Fellowship record a podcast dedicated to Songs For Resistance - in this particular episode, the song 'Strange Fruit'.

14 MIN2019 SEP 14
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Strange Fruit

Views from the South

In this podcast episode, Fellows Anna Wiatrowska, Danielle Miles-Langaigne, Meredith Gudesblatt, and Nikolina Sladojević interviewed people in Atlanta, Georgia about the misconceptions people have of the US South as well as those that Southerners have of Atlanta. The Fellows also share their own learnings and thoughts on the South and from the Fellowship in the podcast, as well as in a written reflection.

17 MIN2019 SEP 14
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Views from the South

NAACP President Delivers Opening Keynote at 2016 Humanity in Action New York Conference

NAACP President Cornell Brooks delivers the opening keynote at the 2016 Humanity in Action New York Conference.Speaking on racial justice, voting rights and political discourse in the 2016 election, Brooks calls upon the Humanity in Action community to continue actively engaging with issues of democracy and diversity.

56 MIN2016 OCT 28
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NAACP President Delivers Opening Keynote at 2016 Humanity in Action New York Conference

Building Social Business: The New Kind of Capitalism that Serves Humanity's Most Pressing Needs

Saskia Bruysten, Co-Founder & CEO ofYunus Social Business, leads a breakout session at the 2013 Humanity in ActionNew York Conferencein which she discusses building buisinesses to solve social problems.

75 MIN2013 DEC 5
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Building Social Business: The New Kind of Capitalism that Serves Humanity's Most Pressing Needs

ReWired for Change: A Conversation with Sonja Sohn

Sonja Sohn, "The Wire" Actress; Activist; Founder and CEO ofReWired for Change, a nonprofit organization that seeks to empower at risk youth, families and communities living in under-served areas, delivers the openingkeynote presentation at the 2013 Humanity in ActionNew York Conference.

57 MIN2013 DEC 5
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ReWired for Change: A Conversation with Sonja Sohn

Senior Fellows in Action: Lessons in Active Citizenship from the Humanity in Action Community

Humanity in Action Senior Fellows Matt Bowlby (Internally Displaced Persons Returns Officer,International Organization for Migration), Matt Haney (School Board Member, San Francisco Unified School District; Adjunct Professor, Stanford Design School), Joseph Kaifala (Founder,Jeneba Project Inc.; Co-founder,Sierra Leone Memory Project), Brian Stout (Senior Policy Analyst,USAID) and Catherine Zinnel (District Director, Office of Council Member Brad Lander, New York City Council) discuss active citizenship during the final panel for the Humanity in ActionNew York Conference. The panel was moderated by Danielle Goonan, Senior Associate at theClinton Global Initiativeand Humanity in Action Senior Fellow.

78 MIN2013 DEC 5
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Senior Fellows in Action: Lessons in Active Citizenship from the Humanity in Action Community

Did Europe Learn?

Søren Pind, Member of the Danish Parliament and Humanity in Action Denmark Board Member and Manfred Nowak, Professor of International Law and Human Rights at Vienna University debate what Europe has learned since 1943 during the final Panel Discussion of theOctober 43 Conference, Civil Society: Reactions to the Holocaust. Moderated by Paula Larrain, Journalist and former TV-host of DR.

80 MIN2013 DEC 4
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Did Europe Learn?

Humanity in Action and Civil Society

Dr. Judith Goldstein, founder and Executive Director of Humanity in Action and Anders Jerichow, Chair of Humanity in Action Denmark make closing remarks about Humanity in Action and Civil Society at theOctober 43 Conferencein Copenhagen on October 2, 2013.

24 MIN2013 DEC 4
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Humanity in Action and Civil Society

The Holocaust in the Nordic Periphery: Norway, Sweden, Finland

Panel Discussion about the Nordic Periphery during the Holocaust betweenDr. Karin Kvist Geverts of theDepartment of History at Uppsala University,Irene Levin,Professor Emeritus of Social Work at Oslo University College andDr. Oula Silvennoinen,Researcher at the Center for Nordic Studies at the University of Helsinkiat theOctober 43 Conference: Civil Society: Reactions to the Holocaust in Copenhagen on October 2, 2013.Moderated by Anders Jerichow Journalist at Politiken and Chair of Humanity in Action Denmark.

111 MIN2013 DEC 4
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The Holocaust in the Nordic Periphery: Norway, Sweden, Finland

Latest Episodes

Voices of Atlanta

--2019 SEP 15
Comments
Voices of Atlanta

Strange Fruit

Fellows from the 2019 John Lewis Fellowship record a podcast dedicated to Songs For Resistance - in this particular episode, the song 'Strange Fruit'.

14 MIN2019 SEP 14
Comments
Strange Fruit

Views from the South

In this podcast episode, Fellows Anna Wiatrowska, Danielle Miles-Langaigne, Meredith Gudesblatt, and Nikolina Sladojević interviewed people in Atlanta, Georgia about the misconceptions people have of the US South as well as those that Southerners have of Atlanta. The Fellows also share their own learnings and thoughts on the South and from the Fellowship in the podcast, as well as in a written reflection.

17 MIN2019 SEP 14
Comments
Views from the South

NAACP President Delivers Opening Keynote at 2016 Humanity in Action New York Conference

NAACP President Cornell Brooks delivers the opening keynote at the 2016 Humanity in Action New York Conference.Speaking on racial justice, voting rights and political discourse in the 2016 election, Brooks calls upon the Humanity in Action community to continue actively engaging with issues of democracy and diversity.

56 MIN2016 OCT 28
Comments
NAACP President Delivers Opening Keynote at 2016 Humanity in Action New York Conference

Building Social Business: The New Kind of Capitalism that Serves Humanity's Most Pressing Needs

Saskia Bruysten, Co-Founder & CEO ofYunus Social Business, leads a breakout session at the 2013 Humanity in ActionNew York Conferencein which she discusses building buisinesses to solve social problems.

75 MIN2013 DEC 5
Comments
Building Social Business: The New Kind of Capitalism that Serves Humanity's Most Pressing Needs

ReWired for Change: A Conversation with Sonja Sohn

Sonja Sohn, "The Wire" Actress; Activist; Founder and CEO ofReWired for Change, a nonprofit organization that seeks to empower at risk youth, families and communities living in under-served areas, delivers the openingkeynote presentation at the 2013 Humanity in ActionNew York Conference.

57 MIN2013 DEC 5
Comments
ReWired for Change: A Conversation with Sonja Sohn

Senior Fellows in Action: Lessons in Active Citizenship from the Humanity in Action Community

Humanity in Action Senior Fellows Matt Bowlby (Internally Displaced Persons Returns Officer,International Organization for Migration), Matt Haney (School Board Member, San Francisco Unified School District; Adjunct Professor, Stanford Design School), Joseph Kaifala (Founder,Jeneba Project Inc.; Co-founder,Sierra Leone Memory Project), Brian Stout (Senior Policy Analyst,USAID) and Catherine Zinnel (District Director, Office of Council Member Brad Lander, New York City Council) discuss active citizenship during the final panel for the Humanity in ActionNew York Conference. The panel was moderated by Danielle Goonan, Senior Associate at theClinton Global Initiativeand Humanity in Action Senior Fellow.

78 MIN2013 DEC 5
Comments
Senior Fellows in Action: Lessons in Active Citizenship from the Humanity in Action Community

Did Europe Learn?

Søren Pind, Member of the Danish Parliament and Humanity in Action Denmark Board Member and Manfred Nowak, Professor of International Law and Human Rights at Vienna University debate what Europe has learned since 1943 during the final Panel Discussion of theOctober 43 Conference, Civil Society: Reactions to the Holocaust. Moderated by Paula Larrain, Journalist and former TV-host of DR.

80 MIN2013 DEC 4
Comments
Did Europe Learn?

Humanity in Action and Civil Society

Dr. Judith Goldstein, founder and Executive Director of Humanity in Action and Anders Jerichow, Chair of Humanity in Action Denmark make closing remarks about Humanity in Action and Civil Society at theOctober 43 Conferencein Copenhagen on October 2, 2013.

24 MIN2013 DEC 4
Comments
Humanity in Action and Civil Society

The Holocaust in the Nordic Periphery: Norway, Sweden, Finland

Panel Discussion about the Nordic Periphery during the Holocaust betweenDr. Karin Kvist Geverts of theDepartment of History at Uppsala University,Irene Levin,Professor Emeritus of Social Work at Oslo University College andDr. Oula Silvennoinen,Researcher at the Center for Nordic Studies at the University of Helsinkiat theOctober 43 Conference: Civil Society: Reactions to the Holocaust in Copenhagen on October 2, 2013.Moderated by Anders Jerichow Journalist at Politiken and Chair of Humanity in Action Denmark.

111 MIN2013 DEC 4
Comments
The Holocaust in the Nordic Periphery: Norway, Sweden, Finland
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