Podcasts de rights

Activism and Policy: Prospects for Change in Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan is one of the most closed societies in the world. Its media and education system are...

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Global Ethics Corner: Chinese Currency and Ethics

When China loosens the peg of its currency to the dollar, the U.S. will benefit--but it may hurt...

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Health as a Human Right: Rights, Roles, and Responsibilities

The international community has begun to consider the highest attainable standard of health as a...

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Business and Human Rights: Achievements and Prospects

UN Special Representative John Ruggie presents his conceptual framework for business and human...

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Public Ethics Radio: Larry May on Habeas Corpus

Are habeas corpus petitions, as Barack Obama put it, the foundation of Anglo-American law? Or are...

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Ark of the Liberties: America and the World

Ted Widmer shows that from its beginnings, the United States, for all its shortfalls, has been by...

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God and Race in American Politics: A Short History

Historian Mark A. Noll argues that the reason Barack Obama's candidacy is such an important...

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Public Ethics Radio: Leif Wenar on the Resource Curse

There is a powerful case that corporations and countries that buy natural resources from bad...

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Green Jobs

A panel including Peter Poschen, International Labour Organization and Michael Renner, Worldwatch...

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Torture and Democracy

In his exhaustive study, Darius Rejali traces the history of torture through the ages. He...

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Human Rights Issues and the Africa-China Economic Relationship

David Shinn describes the background, perceived values, and current diplomatic and human rights...

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Can and Should Trade Be Used to Promote Human Rights, Fairness? Part 3

Christian Barry sketches a theoretical framework for what an account of fair trade would look...

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Can and Should Trade Be Used to Promote Human Rights, Fairness? Part 2

Andrew Kuper discusses non-state actors as part of a new balance of powers. Kuper offers...

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Is Democracy Possible Here? Principles for a New Political Debate

If we want substantial political argument--and without it, true democracy is impossible--both the...

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Global Responsibilities: How Multinational Corporations Can Deliver on Human Rights

Who has the responsibility to alleviate poverty and uphold human rights in a globalized world...

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Lesbian and Gay Marriage, the State, and Love

Approximately two weeks ago, I wrote a blog post and followed it with a podcast here which...

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Your Constitutional Right to Psychedelics with Thomas Roberts

I welcome Thomas Roberts, Ph.D., back to the podcast to discus a chapter from his forthcoming...

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Education and Armed Conflict: Development of New Norms?

Education and Armed Conflict: Development of New Norms?

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ASR: Formal Rights and Informal Privileges for Same-Sex Couples: Evidence from a National Survey Experiment

Authors Long Doan, Annalise Loehr, and Lisa Miller discuss their article published in the...

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U.S. Approaches to Human Rights

In this GMF podcast, Bruno Lete, GMF Program Officer talks to Kathleen M. Fitzpatrick, Chief of...

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