Episode 49: The Unfolding Congo Crisis: A Deep Dive with Christian Rumu
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by Nyamishana Prudence
2M ago
In the wake of the Genocide in palestine, the world has also woken up to the ongoing conflict in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Since 1996, over six million people have been killed in Eastern DRC. In this episode, Christian Rumu, a Senior Campaigner at Amnesty International, speaks so elaborately about the conflict in DRC, the historical background, actors, the humanitarian cost and what individual activists can do to campaign for the liberation of DRC ..read more
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Episode 48: The Psychosocial Security of Humanrights Defenders
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by Nyamishana Prudence
5M ago
In the pursuit of justice, human rights defenders find themselves operating in hostile environments. Many times, they prioritize the well-being of those they fight for over their own. Several reports indicate that human rights defenders find themselves burned out, anxious, feeling helpless, and even depressed and resorting to unhealthy coping mechanisms. Our guest gives us insights on how human rights defenders can prioritize psychosocial security the same way they pay attention to their physical and digital security ..read more
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Episode 47: Women Humanrights Defenders. The Structural Silencing of Ugandan Women's Voices
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by Nyamishana Prudence
5M ago
In this episode, Rebecca Turyatunga Juna and Nagawa Lorna, a lawyer with the Women's Probono Initiative and who weigh in on the conversation on the structural silencing of voices of women in Journalist in Uganda women voices. They share their perspectives on how they are actively challenging and resisting this silencing ..read more
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Episode 46: The Structural Silencing of Ugandan Women's Voices - Part 2 Women in Journalism
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by Nyamishana Prudence
5M ago
Sexual harrasment in newsrooms, objectification of women, and discrimination of queer women threaten the work of women journalists. In this episode, Faith Mulungi of RadioCity and Irah Mercy of Kuchu times shade light on this systematic silencing of Ugandan women in journalism ..read more
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Episode 44: (UN)DOING RESISTANCE - Attacks on the Arts in Sudan's 30 years of Islamist rule.
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by Nyamishana Prudence
5M ago
In April 2019, when millions marched to the headquarters of the military in Khartoum and other cities and the march was transformed into a sit-in that continued for two months, the sit-in became Sudan’s largest arts festival. The art produced during the revolution went viral, as it was covered by foreign journalists who swarmed Khartoum to report on the revolution. However, the narrative was always lacking the historical significance of how art was mobilized. Sudan’s contemporary art history was nurtured by its many revolutions; in 1964, in 1985 and in 2018/2019. Due to the military dictatorsh ..read more
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Episode 42: 50 years of Walter Rodney's 'How Europe under-developed Africa.'
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by Nyamishana Prudence
5M ago
50 years of Walter Rodney's 'How Europe Underdeveloped Africa' An inspiring conversation ..read more
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Episode 40: Growing up as a girl in Uganda. Voices of Ugandan women
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by Nyamishana Prudence
5M ago
This episode features the voices of Ugandan women as we share our stories of the complexities of what it means to grow up as girls in Uganda ..read more
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Episode 35: A feminist conversation on the climate crisis featuring Ruth Nyambura
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by Nyamishana Prudence
5M ago
Ruth Nyambura a Kenyan eco-feminist brilliantly introduces us to the concept Eco-Feminism and discusses the contribution that indigenous women and feminists make towards combating the climate crisis. This episode is brought to you by Akina Mama Wa Afrika ..read more
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Episode 33: Digital transformation in Uganda featuring Samson Tusiime
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by Nyamishana Prudence
5M ago
In this Episode, innovator and digital transformation evangelist Samson Tusiime gives us insight into how digital transformation is shaping up in Ugand, barriers and the role political governance in Uganda ..read more
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Episode 31: The Unapologetic Poet featuring Acen Carol Afroetry.
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by Nyamishana Prudence
5M ago
The Unapologetic Poet Caroline Acen Afroetry shares with us her poetry . Her powerful poems cover sexism, women's voices and colourism ..read more
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