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Rights Talk

CCNY Downtown

With authoritarianism, nationalism, and xenophobia on the rise, gaping global wealth disparities, and the accelerating climate emergency, human rights appear increasingly fragile. Rights Talk is devoted to engaging contemporary challenges around the world across the human rights spectrum of civil and political rights; economic, social, and cultural rights; and solidarity rights, including to a safe and healthy environment. The podcast invites critical perspectives and questions the future of rights in the twenty-first century. __________________________________________________ Music Carefree by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3476-carefreeLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
E34: Genocide as “the Crime of Crimes” and Its Limitations with CCNY’s Prof. Dirk MosesNovember 20, 2022 Episode artwork E33: Reproductive Oppression: An Expanding “Appetite to Criminalize” with CUNY School of Law Prof. Cynthia Soohoo September 05, 2022 Episode artwork E32: Medicine, Science, and Human Rights with Christian De Vos and Payal Shah of Physicians for Human RightsJune 05, 2022 Episode artwork E31: Russia’s War on Ukraine Explained: Motivations, Dynamics, and Consequences with CCNY’s Prof. Emeritus Rajan Menon May 18, 2022 Episode artwork E30: CCNY's Hostile Terrain 94 Global Art Installation: Undocumented Migration and US Policy with CCNY Prof. Matthew Reilly and Students Catie Hernandez and Eloisa Martinez JimenezApril 25, 2022 Episode artwork E29: Russia's War Against Ukraine with Human Rights Watch's Louis CharbonneauMarch 01, 2022 Episode artwork E28: “A New Age of Impunity and Indifference”: Torture, Refugees, and Conflict Zones with CVT President and CEO Simon AdamsFebruary 09, 2022 Episode artwork E27: Eating NAFTA: Circulating Avocados, NYC Tacos, Criminalized Migrant Labor, and Chronic Disease in Mexico with Lehman Prof. Alyshia GálvezDecember 16, 2021 Episode artwork E26: “A Crisis of Care,” the “She-cession,” and Gender Inequality in the United States with CCNY Prof. Kathlene McDonaldNovember 06, 2021 Episode artwork E25: Mental Health, War, Forced Migrants, and FGM/C with CCNY Prof. Adeyinka Akinsulure-Smith October 22, 2021 Episode artwork E24: The Right to Health in Comparative Perspective: the WHO, North-South Systems, and Transnational Interdependencies with Dr. Lorraine Frisina DoetterOctober 03, 2021 Episode artwork E23: Contemporary Haiti in Historical and Global Perspective with Dr. Cécile AccilienAugust 02, 2021 Episode artwork E22: Gender Persecution: Women and LGBTIQ Persons in Armed Conflicts with CUNY Law's Prof. Lisa DavisJuly 04, 2021 Episode artwork E21: Indigenous Peoples in the Americas, Activism, and Film with CCNY Prof. Carlos Aguasaco and NMAI's Cindy BenitezJune 18, 2021 Episode artwork E20: Refugees, Migrants, and Global Governance with UMaine Prof. Nicholas R. MicinskiJune 03, 2021 Episode artwork E19: International Justice, War, and “Failure by Design” with former ICC Chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo May 05, 2021 Episode artwork E18: Science, Health, and Antiracist Education and Activism with CCNY Prof. Kaliris Salas-RamirezApril 16, 2021 Episode artwork E17: The Holocaust, Refugees, Children, and "Choiceless Choices" with CUNY CHGCAH Director Debórah DworkApril 05, 2021 Episode artwork E16: Human Rights and the United Nations with HRW's Lou CharbonneauMarch 15, 2021 Episode artwork E15: Female Fighters, Violence, and the UN with CCNY Prof. Nimmi GowrinathanMarch 01, 2021 Episode artwork E14: Asymmetrical Wars, Collateral Damage, and Technology with CCNY Prof. Bruce CroninFebruary 15, 2021 Episode artwork E13: Mass Atrocities, Protection, and Cooperation with GCR2P's Savita PawndayFebruary 01, 2021 Episode artwork E12: "History of Human Rights" Student Voices with CCNY Prof. Martin WoessnerDecember 16, 2020 Episode artwork E11: Democracy Promotion, Cheap Talk, and "Liberalization at the Margins" with Prof. Bann-Seng TanDecember 01, 2020 Episode artwork E10: Contemporary Pan-Africanism: Ghana, the US, and Black Lives Matter in a Neoliberal World with CCNY Prof. Justin Williams November 17, 2020 Episode artwork