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What does it take to make democracy work? The Rules of the Game podcast discusses and compares democratic institutions from around the world. Institutions are the rules of the game of our societies that direct our everyday lives in fundamental ways. They determine whether we live in a free or repressed society – whether we can make our voices heard. Researchers, grass-roots political activists and politicians will join me on this journey of dissecting the struggle for fair representation in ...
 
Weekly radio show from the Democratic Socialists of America in NYC, recorded live at WBAI 99.5 in Brooklyn NY, Tuesday @ 7pm EST. Listen and call-in! Our vision for a democratic socialist future, from the minds and hearts of organizers fighting every day in NYC. Hear the latest news, analysis, and organizing experience from our members and partners and learn how to be part of a revolutionary political moment. Join the movement at socialists.nyc!
 
CAFÉ DEMOCRÁTICO é um podcast sobre Direito Constitucional, Direitos Fundamentais e Democracia. Em tempos sombrios, falar sobre, e difundir ideias que reforcem a necessidade de respeito a conquistas civilizatórias mínimas é tarefa fundamental. É com essa intenção que Paulo Ricardo Schier (UNIBRASIL), Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto (UNIBRASIL) e Helô Câmara (UFPR) convidam a todos para tomar um café e curtir uma conversa regada a valores democráticos.
 
The Listen, Organize, Act podcast focuses on the history and contemporary practice of community organizing and democratic politics. Alongside this specific focus are two others: the first is to explore how organizing connects democracy and religion, particularly at a local level; the second is to explore the visions and practices that shape small 'd,' participatory democratic politics. The name of the podcast reflects these concerns. Through a series of conversations with folk who live and b ...
 
Humanity is under serious threat. Individual identity and privacy is dead. Law in every jurisdiction has failed to provide security to identity of individual in Cyber age. Such is the failure of Governmental and democratic and corporate systems that even elections and electoral proceses are not secured. Not even a single election held at any level any part of the world is secure. Elections are easily manipulated with investments at fraction of costs. Election and electoral processes and syst ...
 
The SmartAlec Podcast is your regular update on Colorado politics. House Speaker Alec Garnett has teamed up with the Get More Smarter Podcast hosts, seasoned politicos Jason Bane of ColoradoPols.com and Ian Silverii of ProgressNow Colorado, to talk through the most newsworthy issues of the day. In a news cycle too often dominated by distant stories in Washington DC, The SmartAlec Podcast keeps you informed on the local Colorado issues that affect you the most. Check out the full episodes of ...
 
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While a “Red Wave” of victories did not materialize for Republicans earlier this month on election day in most parts of the country, conservatives won big here in New York gaining congressional seats as well as seats in the New York State Assembly and Senate. Republican Lee Zeldin centered his gubernatorial campaign around a false and racist narrat…
 
This episode discusses the work of British philosopher Bernard Crick, with a particular focus on is his seminal essay “In Defence of Politics.” In clear prose and with sharp insight, Crick sets out a definition of politics and an account of why and how politics is essential not simply to survive but to thrive. Community organizers, alongside many o…
 
With Idayat Hassan I discuss the state of democracies in West Africa. She is the Director of the Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD), an organization that is advocating for democratic reforms across the West African Region, and based in Abuja, Nigeria. The organization was founded in 1997 in London by Nigerians in Exile when Nigeria was stil…
 
Strikes are erupting across the country, from railroads to the New School and your local Starbucks. Reminder from your comrades at RPM - never cross a picket line, just grab a sign and walk alongside them. Workers Today we will hear from rank and file organizers about the Labor Notes troublemakers school, speak to Shep Whanon of Gays Against Guns o…
 
It’s election season again! That means that citizens will soon exercise their right to vote for their political leaders, but for workers in a union, or for those trying to organize one themselves, democracy does not end on election day. It is in the everyday struggle for a democracy worthy of the name not only in our politics, but in our workplaces…
 
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The yearly NYC DSA convention is back, with about 100 delegates from every corner of the city gathering to discuss the path forward for our organizing community. After taking some serious losses in electoral organizing and membership enrollment, socialists in the city seek to find their place in the movement, to re-engage in the work and to bring o…
 
With Wietse Van Ransbeeck I discuss citizen participation at the local government level. Wietse was discouraged by the existing possibilities to participate in local political processes in his home town in Belgium, and he didn’t want to become a politician. So he founded CitizenLab that provides digital tools and services for local governments that…
 
This episode discusses the work of the influential American political thinker, Sheldon Wolin. Wolin is one of the foremost theorists of radical democracy. His insights are also extremely helpful in naming the contemporary forces and dynamics that undermine and subvert democracy - all in the name of being democratic. Like other figures discussed in …
 
Through tools such as facial recognition cameras and social media monitoring software, artificial intelligence (AI) is offering governments new ways to keep tabs on people’s conversations, movements, and activities. Advocates warn that in the absence of clear-cut rules, these new capabilities could erode the rule of law in some settings and deepen …
 
For over a month, protests and strikes have rocked the country of Iran in the wake of the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22 year-old Kurdish Iranian woman who was arrested while visiting Tehran by the Guidance Patrol for violating Iran’s mandatory hijab law. Despite fierce crackdowns from the Iranian state, these protests, led by women, students, and work…
 
With John Matsusaka I discuss direct democracy, based on his latest book “Let the People Rule: How Direct Democracy Can Meet the Populist Challenge”, that he published with the Princeton University Press in 2020. Many people feel disconnected from politics. Direct democracy is a powerful democratic institution that can reconnect people with politic…
 
RPM takes you to Brazil and Florida, two places on the frontlines of climate chaos. We are joined by Benjamin Fogel from Jacobin and Richie Floyd from St Petersburg City Council. We will be talking about the elections in Brazil and the impact of Hurricane Ian on the Gulf Coast of Florida.저자 Bernard Goyder
 
In the early hours of the morning on the 15th of September, the Biden Administration announced that a tentative agreement had been reached by the railroad companies and the railroad unions, delaying a potential nationwide strike. Now, the decision to accept this tentative agreement, or reject it and potentially go on strike rests with the railroad …
 
New Zealand’s electoral reform of 1996 is an important case to know and understand for anyone interested in institutional change. With Jack Nagel I discuss how New Zealand moved from a Westminster type first-past-the-post system to a mixed-member proportional representation (MMP) system, that we find in Germany for instance. The reform changed not …
 
This episode discusses the work of the hugely influential political theorist, Hannah Arendt, and how it provides profound insights into the nature and purpose of both politics and democratic organizing. Arendt's books include the Origins of Totalitarianism, Eichmann in Jerusalem, The Human Condition, and On Revolution. These works, along with her n…
 
Ed eccoci qua a poche ore dalle elezioni tutti sbugiardati insieme a socialisti gaudenti, giornalisti che non riescono a scopare e memi borghesi a parlare dei top e flop comunicativi e memetici di queste elezioni balneari ci trovate su tutte le piattaforme
 
Let's go inside the RPM producers' studio. In this episode, Jack and Amy discuss the founding of Revolutions per Minute, our approach to making socialist radio, and what we think other DSA chapters or political groups could learn from our four years of experience in broadcasting. We pay tribute to our comrade Lee Ziesche who is leaving NYC after ma…
 
With Tarunabh Khaitan I discuss “Moderated Parliamentarism”, a concept of a system of government that he describes in great detail in a paper titled “Balancing Accountability and Effectiveness: A Case for Moderated Parliamentarism”. It seeks to combine the most attractive elements of different regime types and electoral systems – checks and balance…
 
Olá, pessoal! Este episódio é o quarto da série CAFÉ FUNDAMENTAL, que consiste em um breve e introdutório curso sobre Teoria dos Direitos Fundamentais. No episódio de hoje, Paulo Ricardo Schier apresenta os conceitos de DUPLA DIMENSÃO e de MULTIFUNCIONALIDADE DOS DIREITOS FUNDAMENTAIS. O Café Democrático é um podcast produzido por Paulo Ricardo Sch…
 
In questa puntata presentiamo l'ultima fatica letteraria del luminoso segretario Pieter Freibeuter (people ed.) aka Una foto diversa della Prima Repubblica Ogni Giorno (people ed.). Pieter è un nostro amico di lunga data e il suo libro, che tratta vita morte e miracoli di un fittizio sottosegretario socialista soffermandosi specificamente su Tangen…
 
In 1997 nearly 200,000 Teamsters went on strike against UPS. They fought for a better contract and they won. Will the American Labor Movement experience another massive strike at UPS led by the Teamsters in 2023? Matt, a member of the Teamsters, joins us to discuss that and much more.저자 NYC Democratic Socialists of America
 
Building on the previous episode, this one continues to discuss the work of Bayard Rustin and the overlapping struggles that shaped his vision of democracy and his approach to organizing. I do so with Harry Boyte. We focus on Rustin’s practice as an organizer, his conception of nonviolence as a form of democratic politics, and how to understand Rus…
 
Russia’s war in Ukraine highlighted the transnational impact of kleptocracy in financing and empowering autocratic regimes. Russian oligarchs living abroad were sanctioned and stepped down from the boards of influential Western institutions, and other measures were taken to choke off this transnational, supercharged form of corruption. In this epis…
 
Welcome back to the Power 3.0 podcast! Here at Power 3.0, we explore how new forms of authoritarian influence are reshaping the contest over democratic values. On monthly episodes, we’ll be talking with remarkable guests about their expertise and personal experiences. You’ll hear from civil society activists, journalists, researchers, and other lea…
 
No episódio de hoje da série "Café com Pesquisa", Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto discute as ideias epistemológicas e metodológicas de MARY DOUGLAS a partir da obra Como as Instituições Pensam. O Café Democrático é um podcast conduzido por Paulo Ricardo Schier (UniBrasil), Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto (UniBrasil) e Helô Câmara (UFPR). A edição é de Paulo Rica…
 
Women occupy only 24% of seats in the U.S. Senate, and 28% of seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Only 18% of governors are women, and there has never been a female US president as we all know. With Cynthia Richie Terrell I discuss the representation of women in politics. She is the Executive Director and Founder of RepresentWomen, an organ…
 
Last Tuesday New York State held its second primary of the summer and New York City voters are sending another socialist senator to Albany. DSA endorsed candidate Kristen Gonzalez trounced Elizabeth Crowley winning the democratic primary in the newly formed Senate District 59, which includes portions of Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan. We were at Kr…
 
This episode discusses the remarkable figure of Bayard Rustin who pioneered many of the tactics and strategies still used in large scale organizing work. A lifelong and committed Quaker, Rustin is in many ways a paradoxical figure. A utopian realist or pragmatic radical he was criticized for many of the positions he took yet his commitment to peopl…
 
Earlier this month, voters in the state of Kansas roundly rejected the so-called “Value them Both” measure, a proposed constitutional amendment that would have laid the groundwork for a complete abortion ban in the future. This measure, pushed by extremist anti-abortion lobbies, was defeated in a 59-41% result by the voters of Kansas. Tonight, we’r…
 
In this second part of the episode on Ella Baker, I talk to Gerald Taylor. We discuss the influence Baker’s approach and vision had on him as an organizer, how he sees her understanding of organizing play out on the ground, and his own involvement in myriad grassroots democratic initiatives. Along the way, he recounts a compelling set of stories an…
 
This episode discusses the work of Ella Baker and the different traditions and influences that shaped her organizing and her understanding of democracy. Baker didn’t write much and what she did write is not widely available. Instead, her approach is taught through accounts of it by historians of the civil rights movement and her biographers. So it …
 
Tonight we're joined live by the NewsGuild of New York's Chris Brooks and Stephanie Basile, two labor organizers on the front lines of some of today’s most exciting worker-led campaigns. We’ll be discussing trends in labor organizing, as seen in groundbreaking victories from workers at Amazon, Starbucks, Apple Stores, Trader Joe’s, and many more. W…
 
Olá, pessoal! Este episódio é o terceiro da série CAFÉ FUNDAMENTAL, que consiste em um breve e introdutório curso sobre Teoria dos Direitos Fundamentais. No episódio de hoje, Paulo Ricardo Schier apresenta o conceito de GERAÇÕES DE DIREITOS FUNDAMENTAIS e fala sobre o processo histórico de afirmação desses direitos. O Café Democrático é um podcast …
 
No episódio de hoje da série "Café com Pesquisa", Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto dá continuidade às explicações do pensamento de Karl Popper. O Café Democrático é um podcast conduzido por Paulo Ricardo Schier (UniBrasil), Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto (UniBrasil) e Helô Câmara (UFPR). A edição é de Paulo Ricardo Schier. Contato para sugestões e críticas: cafe…
 
From New York to Los Angeles and everywhere in between socialists have been winning in local, state, and federal elections. Daniel and Mike from the National Electoral Committee join us to discuss recent victories, upcoming campaigns, and the challenges faced by the ascendent socialist movement in the years to come.…
 
This two-part episode discusses the work of Saul Alinsky, the “dean of community organizing” and the different traditions and influences that shaped his democratic vision. The key texts discussed are his two books: “Reveille for Radicals” published in 1946, and his more well known latter book, “Rules for Radicals,” written in 1971. In this second p…
 
Tonight we’re joined live by Michaelangelo Pomarico, an organizer with Mid Hudson Valley DSA and the Public Power New York Coalition who has devoted a lot of time over the last several months organizing to elect Sarahana Shrestha, a DSA endorsed candidate for the New York Assembly. Michaelaneglo will share how Sarahana’s insurgent campaign in the H…
 
This two-part episode discusses the work of Saul Alinsky, the “dean of community organizing,” and the different traditions and influences that shaped his democratic vision. The key texts discussed are his two books: “Reveille for Radicals” published in 1946, and his more well known later book, “Rules for Radicals,” written in 1971. In this first pa…
 
Since Hugo Chávez came to power in the presidential election in 1998, Venezuela has experienced a staggering democratic erosion, with increasing levels of repression. As soon as Chávez assumed office, he initiated the writing of a new constitution through a controversial process that was approved by citizens in two referendums, yet with very low tu…
 
Olá, pessoal! Este é o episódio 36 do Café Democrático, onde Paulo Ricardo Schier, Bruno Lorenzetto e Helo Câmara conversam sobre SEGURANÇA PÚBLICA NA CONSTITUIÇÃO DE 1988. O que a Constituição Federal fala sobre segurança pública? O que é segurança pública? Quais as atribuições da União Federal, dos Estados e dos Municípios nessa matéria? Qual a d…
 
With Jed Atkins, I discuss Thucydides understanding of politics, how he has shaped the history of political thought, and the context for him writing "The History of the Peloponnesian War." We then focus on a passage from "The History" known as the Athenian-Melian dialog, reflecting together on the ways this dialogue frames the relationship between …
 
Olá, pessoal! Este episódio é o segundo da série CAFÉ FUNDAMENTAL, que consiste em um breve curso introdutório sobre Teoria dos Direitos Fundamentais. No episódio de hoje, Paulo Ricardo Schier apresenta o conceito de cláusula de abertura dos direitos fundamentais e fala sobre a importância de reconhecimento de direitos fundamentais em tratados inte…
 
Na continuidade da série "Café com Pesquisa", Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto explica as ideias centrais do pensamento de Karl Popper. O Café Democrático é um podcast conduzido por Paulo Ricardo Schier (UniBrasil), Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto (UniBrasil) e Helô Câmara (UFPR). A edição é de Paulo Ricardo Schier. Contato para sugestões e críticas: cafedemorati…
 
A brief introduction to the new season of the Listen, Organize, Act! Podcast. This season explores the people, texts, and ideas that organizers have turned to again and again to inspire shared action and explain the meaning, purpose, and character of democratic politics. I start the series with an episode on the ancient Greek historian, Thucydides.…
 
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