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Humanitas Podcast

Humanitas Podcast

By Human Rights and Multi-level Governance Students
A space for human rights advocates to discuss developments within the field and tips on how to make human rights more accessible.
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10. Proactive measures to protect digital privacy rights
Sercan closes off season one with tips on how to protect our privacy while online, like using a VPN and encryption. It has been a pleasure producing this podcast and we appreciate having your audience. Contacts: communications@hrengagementteam.org This four part series is presented by a diverse crew of master’s degree students from the University of Padua in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” and The Student Engagement Team. Soundtrack by Slick Mason. Read the episode transcript here.
10:10
June 8, 2021
9. Digital privacy rights in the information age
The fourth part of the series on effectively communicating about human rights, Sercan explains the importance of understanding our right to privacy in the digital era, and how to misinformation can have dire consequences for young and vulnerable people. Contacts: communications@hrengagementteam.org This four part series is presented by a diverse crew of master’s degree students from the University of Padua in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” and The Student Engagement Team. Soundtrack by Slick Mason. Read the episode transcript here.
09:29
June 8, 2021
8. How to appeal to the human rights skeptics
Beatrice concludes with a recap of the previous episodes, including tips on how to approach conversations with tough audiences. Beginning a conversation in a neutral, non-combative manner can help you ease into all the legal jargon. But first, you need to draw your audience in. Why not do it with art? Contacts: communications@hrengagementteam.org This four part series is presented by a diverse crew of master’s degree students from the University of Padua in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” and The Student Engagement Team. Soundtrack by Slick Mason. Read the episode transcript here.
06:37
May 31, 2021
7. Using art as a medium for promoting human and social development
This is a recount of an insightful interview conducted with Ms. Vilma Mazza, president of Associazione YaBasta Caminantes ODV, an Italian non-profit organization promoting human and social development as the best stepping stones to achieving peace and human rights, and how art has been essential to the community building process in this region.  Contacts: Associazione YaBasta Caminantes | communications@hrengagementteam.org This four part series is presented by a diverse crew of master’s degree students from the University of Padua in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” and The Student Engagement Team. Soundtrack by Slick Mason. Read the episode transcript here.
08:12
May 31, 2021
6. The evolution of art and human rights
Beatrice dives into the world of art and human rights with this image-evoking introduction into the reconciliatory, therapeutic and revolutionary influences artists have had on the progression of global human rights discourse.  Contacts: communications@hrengagementteam.org This four part series is presented by a diverse crew of master’s degree students from the University of Padua in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” and The Student Engagement Team. Soundtrack by Slick Mason. Read the episode transcript here. 
06:16
May 31, 2021
5. Meaningful allyship in academic and activist spaces with Anthony Chima
After understanding the difficulties that community based organizations deal with, Christine finds out how Anthony Chima has been using his voice to stand up against not only racial injustice, but also injustices against women and the environment. The unfortunate truth is that fighting against injustices often falls on those being wronged. However, as observers, we can change the narrative by speaking out and supporting the stories of those that live these realities daily.  Contacts: boogie_biethnicnomad | communications@hrengagementteam.org This four part series is presented by a diverse crew of master’s degree students from the University of Padua in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” and The Student Engagement Team. Soundtrack by Slick Mason. Read the episode transcript here.
11:46
May 24, 2021
4. The cumulative positive effects of community activism with Nagita Sykes
The harsh realities of the past year will sustain generational trauma especially for Black and Brown people who on top of all that, continue to be targets of racism. Christine chats with Nagita Skyes, who tells us how her community based organization is helping to create spaces for citizens of Vicenza to address racial inequality and cooperate with their newcomer neighbors.  Contacts: Vicenza Women of Color | communications@hrengagementteam.org This four part series is presented by a diverse crew of master’s degree students from the University of Padua in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” and The Student Engagement Team. Soundtrack by Slick Mason. Read the episode transcript here.
11:23
May 24, 2021
3. Practical applications of the Ten Pillars
Monique wraps up her episodes with a review of the ten pillars, giving examples of practical applications, and the resource; A Brilliant Way of Living Our Lives: How to Talk About Human Rights from Anat shenker-Osorio Contacts: communications@hrengagementteam.org This four part series is presented by a diverse crew of master’s degree students from the University of Padua in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” and The Student Engagement Team. Soundtrack by Slick Mason. Read the episode transcript here.
04:37
May 17, 2021
2. Communicating human rights and the right to education
Monique has a quick chat with Carina Kaminski, an alumni from the University of Padua and co-founder of the NGO Endeleza - Europe. Endeleza has projects in Kenya based on three pillars: Education, Empowerment and Sustainability. The initiative started in Brazil, but Carina is now working to expand the organization throughout Europe. Contacts: Instagram: @endelezaeu | communications@hrengagementteam.org  This four part series is presented by a diverse crew of master’s degree students from the University of Padua in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” and The Student Engagement Team. Soundtrack by Slick Mason.  Read the episode transcript here.
09:16
May 17, 2021
1. The Ten Pillars to effectively communicating human rights
Speaking about human rights is not always easy. Sometimes the messages fall on deaf ears so it is important to be clear about your intentions. Monique and Christine provide ten concrete tips on how to accomplish this, including being knowledgeable, and giving an authentic voice to your message. Contacts: communications@hrengagementteam.org  This four part series is presented by a diverse crew of master’s degree students from the University of Padua in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” and The Student Engagement Team. Soundtrack by Slick Mason. Read the episode transcript here.
04:23
May 17, 2021
Trailer
This revival of the human rights podcast from the University of Padua delves into the difficulties that human rights practitioners face when having these important conversations. Monique Munarini, Christine Nanteza, Beatrice Bosco and Sercan Azizoglu share tips on how to approach different human rights related topics with confidence and patience. Contacts: communications@hrengagementteam.org  This four part series is presented by a diverse crew of master’s degree students from the University of Padua in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” and The Student Engagement Team. Soundtrack by Slick Mason. Read the episode transcript here.
02:06
May 3, 2021