Journalists for Human Rights

Podcast
Jan 31, 2012

#134 - War, love, dissent, education

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In this podcast, Thomas Ponniah's first audio column on strategies for building change. Calming cyberattack worries. Creating a dissent-friendly country. Education and art. It's all on rabble radio!
Podcast
Jan 20, 2012

jhr Rights Report #13: January commemorative episode

Journalists for Human Rights
The 13th edition of the jhr Rights Report commemorates the sombre anniversary of the Haiti earthquake, 10 years since the opening of Guantanamo Bay prison, and one year of the Egyptian revolution.
Podcast
Jan 16, 2012

jhr Rights Radio: Cairo's Tahrir Square

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One year since the Arab Spring uprising that toppled former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, protesters are still gathering in Cairo's main square, calling for the military to hand over power.
Podcast
Dec 2, 2011

jhr Rights Report #12: The end of #Occupy?

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The 12th edition of the jhr Rights Report connects with correspondents in Canada, the U.S. and Middle East to find out about the next phase of the Occupy movement.
Podcast
Nov 29, 2011

jhr Rights Radio: Israel's occupation

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jhr Middle East correspondent Jillian Kestler-D'Amours reports from Jerusalem about Israel's occupation of Palestine and recounts her story about working in the region.
Podcast
Nov 28, 2011

jhr Rights Radio: Occupy USA update

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jhr U.S. correspondent Joey Grihalva reports on the Occupy movement in cities all over the country and finds out what's being planned in the coming days and weeks for the 99 per cent.
Podcast
Nov 25, 2011

jhr Rights Report #11: Bahrain, Egypt and Kenya

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The 11th edition of the jhr Rights Report looks at the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry investigation into human rights abuse committed during the Arab Spring protests in the Gulf kingdom.

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