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Live recordings of events from the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), an independent, global think tank, working for a sustainable and peaceful world in which every person thrives. Our events cover everything from climate change and migration to gender and the Sustainable Development Goals. Join the global discussion of international development and humanitarian issues. Find out more about ODI events: www.odi.org/events
 
You can be there when we "speak" with the afterlife! In 1995, we began our spiritual conversations with the afterlife, contacting the spirit of Rikkity. Since then we have had thousands of such conversations. We have found these messages to be extremely insightful and helpful. Over the years we have shared some of the transcripts of our communications but they felt second-hand in a way. So, here are these "Live from the Afterlife" podcasts - live recordings of actual sessions. and join in th ...
 
A section recorded of the first Sub:East night of 2015 in Zigfrid Von Underbelly. With 6 hours to rinse out new and favourite music to the attentive ears of the Saturday night Hoxton posse, it allows me plenty of headroom to waver in & out of different grooves and get Saturday night into full swing. It's become a firm favourite on my monthly calendar. Here's 3 hours worth… x
 
The Black Spectacles ARE® Live Podcast is your home for navigating the road to passing the Architect Registration Exam (ARE®) and becoming a licensed architect. Episodes include discussions about specific ARE & NCARB topics, interviews with distinguished architects & guests, and recordings of live broadcasts covering specific exam topics and questions and answers from a live audience. First ever NCARB Approved Test Prep Provider for all 6 divisions of ARE 5.0. http://blackspectacles.com
 
Live harmonic drum and bass mix recordings now using Traktor Pro 3 and Kontrol S2, exclusively available as a 5 star podcast on iTunes. These are not 'run of the mill', 'crash, bang, wallop' drum and bass mixes, they are hand-crafted to contain complimentary musical keys and hence sound more like compositions in and of themselves..
 
Haymarket Books Live is a regular online series of urgent political discussions, book launches, organizer roundtables, poetry jams, and more, hosted by Haymarket Books. The podcast features recordings of our livestreamed video event series. Haymarket Books is a radical, independent, nonprofit book publisher based in Chicago.
 
Live improvised musical accompaniment for Vinyasa Flow Yoga by multi-instrumentalist Nathan Zavalney. Thank you to all of you have listened to this podcast of music for yoga over the last 3 years. This episode is a track from my upcoming release "Vinyasa Volume 2". This will be the fianl offering I am creating in podcast format. The podcast episodes take quite a lot of time to produce, and I have decided to refocus that time on creating new music for yoga and meditation. You can find my musi ...
 
Aussie living in Melbourne!! I have dj'd since 1997 and have grown to love all music that is inspiring, well produced and makes me feel something!! I am lucky enough to have played my sounds in Australia, New Zealand and the USA. I play house, progressive and trance and like to share my live set recordings, own mixes, studio podcasts and what I find with other like minded people. You catch me playing at these events: Woof Club (Melbourne, AUS) Woof Club (Sydney, AUS) Harbour City Bears pres. ...
 
Dens Events is a new brand, young, born in October 2012 in Frosinone (Italy). In this short time Dens Events was able to build a real firm of entertainment and trend, an industry of fun and style. Dens Events has created a club dedicated to techno/electronic parties and live music (Affekt Club), a label (Affekt Recordings), a clothing store (Future Shop Dens) and an artistic space (Dens Lounge) dedicated to exhibitions both photographic and art. Dens Events dedicates an obsessive attention t ...
 
WNYC is partnering with the Tribeca Film Festival for the second year in a row to bring exclusive recordings of panels, discussions and interviews straight to your podcast feed. Hear conversations about the festival’s selected films, as well as the entertainment industry at large, with such luminary voices as George Lucas, Courtney Love, and Christopher Nolan. Find the full selection of talks here, along with 2014’s panels, and subscribe to the podcast to hear them all.
 
Established in 1999, the Live Art Development Agency has both responded to, and impacted upon, the increasingly influential nature of Live Art practices in the UK and internationally by developing an extensive portfolio of specialized resources, opportunities, projects and publishing activities; and by working strategically, in partnership, and in consultation with practitioners and organisations in the cultural sector. This is a platform for LADA to share content and recordings of artists a ...
 
This is Pastor Jim, thanks for visiting my Steadfast Walk page. I pray that it is a blessing to you in your own walk with the Lord. The teachings posted on this page are a collection from my 10+ years as a Calvary Chapel Pastor. They are recordings from my time as an Assistant Pastor at Calvary Chapel Greeley (Greeley, CO), and as the Lead Pastor at Calvary Chapel Berthoud (Berthoud, CO).
 
The latest music from Welsh brother duo BRODYR. Wales is a country that has produced its fair share of musical talent over the years. Some of the world’s biggest recording artists have been proud to call the small British nation their home and when it comes to electronic music, some of the industry’s heaviest hitters and most influential characters have also been produced within the Welsh borders, none more so than dance music royalty Sasha and Paradise and Hot Creations head honcho Jamie Jo ...
 
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Join Dr. Beverley Bryan and Jade Bentil for an intergenerational conversation about Black women's radical resistance in Britain.Black women’s radical resistance and resilience in Britain has and continues to fuel, sustain, and transform social movements in the European context and outside of it. As leaders, organizers, survivors, and resistors, Bla…
 
Join a Gilbert Achcar, Carolyn Eichner, Phil Gasper, and Helen Scott to discuss the enduring legacy of the great Paris Commune and its lessons for today.In March 1871, in the aftermath of France’s defeat in the Franco-Prussian War, ordinary Parisians rose up and took control of their city for themselves. The Paris Commune only lasted for a little o…
 
While the number of children completing primary school education has increased markedly over the past 50 years, in 2018, the World Bank found that 125 million children lacked the minimum literacy skills to continue their education, even after four years of enrolment. This realisation that schooling is not equivalent to learning has sparked a global…
 
While the number of children completing primary school education has increased markedly over the past 50 years, in 2018, the World Bank found that 125 million children lacked the minimum literacy skills to continue their education, even after four years of enrolment. This realisation that schooling is not equivalent to learning has sparked a global…
 
Suchitra Vijayan and Harsha Walia discuss contested border regions and the crises of statelessness experienced by the people who live there.Scholar Hardeep Dhillon will moderate this discussion between acclaimed writers Suchitra Vijayan and Harsha Walia about contestations over borders, sovereignty, and nationalism and national identity.This discus…
 
Join us for a discussion with Ash-Lee Henderson, Jonel Beauvais, Che Johnson-Long, Andrea Ritchie and Lex Steppling on visions and strategies for community safety, part of the Beyond the Bars 2021 conference.Beyond the Bars - Towards Freedom: Violence, Safety and Abolition in 2021 This year marks the 11th annual Beyond the Bars Conference, coming o…
 
In the last two decades, Western states have frequently worked with non-state or sub-state armed groups to confront security threats, whether as partners in global counter-terrorism operations or as the de facto security providers in stabilisation and peacebuilding contexts.In partnership with ODI's Centre for the Study of Armed Groups and GPPi, ou…
 
In the last two decades, Western states have frequently worked with non-state or sub-state armed groups to confront security threats, whether as partners in global counter-terrorism operations or as the de facto security providers in stabilisation and peacebuilding contexts.In partnership with ODI's Centre for the Study of Armed Groups and GPPi, ou…
 
Join us for a discussion with Gina Dent, Dean Spade, Dawn Harrington and Ivan Calaff on abolitionist horizons in 2021.Beyond the Bars - Towards Freedom: Violence, Safety and Abolition in 2021 This year marks the 11th annual Beyond the Bars Conference, coming one year after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in which multiple crises have unfolde…
 
Join us for a discussion on uprooting violence with Danielle Sered, Sonya Shah, Jose Saldana and Anthonine Pierre, remarks from Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor and a performance from Aja Monet. Beyond the Bars - Towards Freedom: Violence, Safety and Abolition in 2021 This year marks the 11th annual Beyond the Bars Conference, coming one year after the begi…
 
Join Roberta Meyers Douglas, Fallon McClure, Fenika Miller, and Tiffany Roberts for Part 2 of “Celebrating Black Women’s Leadership, Then and Now” part of the 11th annual Beyond the Bars Conference.Beyond the Bars - Towards Freedom: Violence, Safety and Abolition in 2021 This year marks the 11th annual Beyond the Bars Conference, coming one year af…
 
The success of the G7 summit will be judged primarily on whether concrete measures are agreed to accelerate the global response to the pandemic.While infection rates soar, and vaccine access remains highly unequal, there has perhaps never been a public policy challenge where national and international interests are so closely aligned. We know that …
 
The success of the G7 summit will be judged primarily on whether concrete measures are agreed to accelerate the global response to the pandemic.While infection rates soar, and vaccine access remains highly unequal, there has perhaps never been a public policy challenge where national and international interests are so closely aligned. We know that …
 
Join Barbara Ransby, Angela Davis, Andrea James, LaTosha Brown, and M Adams for “Celebrating Black Women’s Leadership, Then & Now” part of the 11th annual Beyond the Bars Conference.Beyond the Bars - Towards Freedom: Violence, Safety and Abolition in 2021 This year marks the 11th annual Beyond the Bars Conference, coming one year after the beginnin…
 
Join Haymarket Books, and a coalition of partners for a discussion of the power of community-led research, education, & knowledge creation.This is a panel discussion with speakers and groups whose deep commitment to work grounded in community, in liberatory processes, and in challenging injustice at its core, are deeply inspiring and so relevant fo…
 
Join Law for Black Lives, Amna Akbar and Derecka Purnell for a discussion about what it means for lawyers to build the power of the law.Law for Black Lives is a national community of radical lawyers and legal workers committed to transforming the law and building the power of organizing to defend, protect and advance Black Liberation across the glo…
 
Better recognition, funding and support of local humanitarian responders is long overdue. Many humanitarian organisations have not waited for global-level reforms within the Grand Bargain to drive the agenda forward. Instead, individuals, peer networks and organisations large and small have corrected the sector’s imbalances in their own ways. Away …
 
Better recognition, funding and support of local humanitarian responders is long overdue. Many humanitarian organisations have not waited for global-level reforms within the Grand Bargain to drive the agenda forward. Instead, individuals, peer networks and organisations large and small have corrected the sector’s imbalances in their own ways. Away …
 
Join Amna Akbar, Aziz Rana, Darakshan Raja, and Silky Shah for a discussion of how the War on Terror fuels our deportation machine and how to dismantle both.Immigrant and racial justice organizers are calling for the abolition of the war on terror and the deportation machine. This panel will discuss how recent campaigns change the terrain of debate…
 
Join Tithi Bhattacharya, Sumaya Awad, Khury Petersen-Smith, and Nerdeen Kiswani for a discussion of Israel, US Empire, and the struggle for Palestinian liberation.Despite Israel’s brutal occupation of Palestine, the Biden administration continues to support it to the hilt, whatever qualms it has with Netanyahu’s far right regime. This webinar will …
 
Education activists Lisa Covington, Jesse Hagopian, Denisha Jones, Lucket Kiche, and Matè Muhammad, in conversation about the struggle against systemic racism in schools, how we can win real educational justice and other lessons from Black Lives Matter at School organizing in Iowa and beyond.Order your copy of Black Lives Matter at School: An Upris…
 
Harsha Walia, Gargi Bhattacharyya and Maya Goodfellow discuss the global migration crisis, racial capitalism, and the ascendant far-right.How do borders divide the international working class and consolidate imperial, capitalist, and racist rule?Amidst a global pandemic, governments around the world have accelerated border closings, imposed more ba…
 
Join Elizabeth Hinton and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor for a conversation on themes from Hinton's new book, America on Fire.From one of our top historians, American on Fire: The Untold History of Police Violence and Black Rebellion Since the 1960s is a groundbreaking story of policing and “riots” that shatters our understanding of the post–civil rights …
 
Join us for a conversation about the global struggle for abortion rights featuring lessons from Argentina and Ireland.In recent years, global movements for abortion rights have made incredible breakthroughs. In late 2020, feminists in Argentina won their decades-long fight to legalize abortion. In 2018, Ireland’s victorious movement to repeal the 8…
 
At our next ARE Live broadcast on May 20, 2021, we’ll run through an exercise from one of our Virtual Workshops with instructor Darion Ziegler. She’ll go through a Project Management exercise and discuss issues related to office standards, development of project teams, and overall project control of client, fee and risk management. This is a great …
 
Join Michael Löwy, Marianela D’Aprile, and Aline Klein for a multi-media discussion of Löwy’s new book, Revolutions.Michael Löwy’s Revolutions presents a startling visual documentation of a wide range of seminal revolutionary events, from the Paris Commune of 1872 through to the Zapatista uprising of the mid-1990s. The immediacy and dynamism of the…
 
Join Avi Chomsky and Steve Stiffler as they discuss their new book, Organizing for Power, with Eric Loomis.Boston 's economy has become defined by a disconcerting trend that has intensified throughout much of the United States since the 2008 recession. Economic growth now delivers remarkably few benefits to large sectors of the working class -- a p…
 
Join Seema Yasmin and Steven Thrasher in conversation to celebrate Yasmin’s newly released poetry collection, If God Is A Virus. This is the full event recording.----------------------------------------------------Merging documentary poetry from the epicenter of an epidemic with the story of viruses in the evolution of humanity, If God Is A Virus g…
 
Join Mohammed El-Kurd, Majd Kayyal, Sandra Tamari, and Sumaya Awad as they unpack and the history and ongoing reality of the Nakba.----------------------------------------------------Israel’s founding in 1948 was a result of premeditated ethnic cleansing campaigns across historic Palestine with the goal of displacing and dispossessing the indigenou…
 
A conversation about the role of social workers organizing for justice in the so-called child welfare system.Social work, historically and today, has been deeply embedded in systems of carceral control. With social work's legacy of ties to policing and oppressive family regulation through the child welfare system, the social work community is activ…
 
Join acclaimed writers and activists Astra Taylor and Rebecca Solnit as they tackle some of the most pressing social problems of our day. Over the last decade, author and activist Astra Taylor has helped shift the national conversation on topics including technology, inequality, indebtedness, and democracy. Addressing some of the most pressing soci…
 
Awo Okaikor Aryee-Price, Jesse Hagopian, and Denisha Jones discuss the racist history of standardized testing and its impacts today.----------------------------------------------------Join antiracist educators and organizers for a conversation about the history of eugenics and standardized testing, the racist impacts of high stakes testing on learn…
 
Join Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor and Henry-Louis Taylor Jr. for a discussion of Keeanga’s Pulitzer prize nominated book, Race for Profit.Newly available in Paperback, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor’s Race for Profit: How Banks and the Real Estate Industry Undermined Black Homeownership uncovers how exploitative real estate practices continued well after housi…
 
Join Haymarket Books and Spectre for a discussion of the ongoing struggle for democracy in Myanmar and beyond.On February 1st, the military in Myanmar annulled democratic elections and seized power in a coup. In response, the country’s people have risen up, staging an unending wave of mass protests and strikes against the regime. The military has r…
 
Climate change is a major driver of humanitarian need, alongside conflict and the COVID-19 pandemic. Weather events are becoming more extreme and more frequent – with huge consequences for people already living in humanitarian contexts. Despite the resilience and adaptability of communities living with climate emergencies and related insecurities, …
 
Climate change is a major driver of humanitarian need, alongside conflict and the COVID-19 pandemic. Weather events are becoming more extreme and more frequent – with huge consequences for people already living in humanitarian contexts. Despite the resilience and adaptability of communities living with climate emergencies and related insecurities, …
 
Join a panel of experts for a discussion of the insurgent social movements sweeping across Africa.Across the continent, social movements are rising up and taking to the streets. Organizing against police brutality, militarism, budget and subsidy cuts and for democracy, human rights and liberation, activists are building on a long tradition of strug…
 
Join a panel of experts for a discussion of the growing imperialist interventions into the Sahel and East Africa, and how to fight them.The United States is escalating its military presence in Africa, with the construction of new military bases, drone facilities, and more. Both the CIA and Pentagon are conducting operations with little to no public…
 
A conversation about Palestine, socialism, and anti-imperialist solidarity across borders.Palestine holds a central place in socialist organizing, and the role of socialism is crucial to the struggle to free Palestine. To mark the recent publication of Palestine: A Socialist Introduction, our speakers will discuss possibilities for connecting the s…
 
At our next ARE Live broadcast on April 15, 2021, we’ll review some of the most important concepts of Practice Management, and share some extra practice exam questions as we review a mock exam with Mike Newman. We’ll go through about five questions that cover PcM knowledge and skills related to pre-contract tasks including negotiation, human resour…
 
A stronger and more equal partnership between Africa and Europe has never felt more critical. With the blow dealt by Covid-19 to both continents and the inequalities it highlighted, we need to find common solutions to global challenges, from pandemics and climate change to migration. New forms of cross-border cooperation are needed – and fast.ODI h…
 
A stronger and more equal partnership between Africa and Europe has never felt more critical. With the blow dealt by Covid-19 to both continents and the inequalities it highlighted, we need to find common solutions to global challenges, from pandemics and climate change to migration. New forms of cross-border cooperation are needed – and fast.ODI h…
 
A stronger and more equal partnership between Africa and Europe has never felt more critical. With the blow dealt by Covid-19 to both continents and the inequalities it highlighted, we need to find common solutions to global challenges, from pandemics and climate change to migration. New forms of cross-border cooperation are needed – and fast.ODI h…
 
A stronger and more equal partnership between Africa and Europe has never felt more critical. With the blow dealt by Covid-19 to both continents and the inequalities it highlighted, we need to find common solutions to global challenges, from pandemics and climate change to migration. New forms of cross-border cooperation are needed – and fast.ODI h…
 
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