Podcasts

VIDEO: Q&A with Sukant Chandan – Insight to Riot

Director Sukant Chandan joined IHRC on the 25th August 2016 to discuss his newest documentary ‘Insight to riot’. Insight to Riot is a documentary film that captures the inspiring but also at times very sad and traumatic stories of Black and poor people reacting and responding and navigating a growing racist, oppressive

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VIDEO: A Conversation with Michel (Mikado) Warschawski

Veteran activist Michel Warschawski aka Mikado joined Arzu at the IHRC Bookshop to discuss his life and work. He spoke with Arzu* about his transformation from Zionist soldier to pro-Palestinian advocate and activist. Warschawski discusses his biography On the Border as well as his thinking regarding the future of Israel/Palestine given more

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VIDEO: Libya 2011: Responsibility to Protect Whom?

The event took a critical view of the humanitarian rhetoric around the intervention in Libya. Dr. Kamila Otman and Roshan Mohammed Salih overviewed the outcome of the NATO intervention in Libya in 2011 that brought down Muammar Ghadaffi. This is uncomfortable viewing at times as it provides a strong critique of humanitarian

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VIDEO: Ramón Grosfoguel on Decolonising Postcolonial Studies

Central to this discussion was the presentation of the idea of the Cartographies of Power, 15 hierarchies of which Professor Grosfoguel articulated to those in attendance and those watching on-line. He argued that race was the organising principle through which these hierarchies operated to colonise and continue to control peoples around the

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VIDEO: Joe Glenton on ‘Soldier Box’

On Wednesday 28th August  2013 IHRC hosted an author evening with Joe Glenton, ex-soldier, writer and film maker to discuss his book ‘Soldier Box’. Read more abut the event and book below the video.  Text from the IHRC website. In his book Glenton reveals why he left the army, and the personal war

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Eye witness account of Rabaa massacre in Egypt

IHRC’s head of research Arzu Merali speaks to Sara in Egypt about her experience of the massacre that took place on 14 August. In a moving account Sara explains how she was shot by birdshot, and how the military cleared a hospital executing people in their wake. Listen to the audio below.

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