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Bulabildiğimiz En İyi Humanities Education Podcast'ler
The study of human culture is called humanities. This is a broad subject which covers philosophy, literature, religion, art, music, history and language. Since the human beings began studying and recording humanity, different areas arose including psychology, sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, psycholinguistics and other social science subjects. Humanities education gives people the understanding of how humans act across the globe and how humans used to live, before the modern civilization came into existence. The recent archaeological finds and archaeological digs which might give us the answer to early unresolved mysteries are being discussed by experts in some of the podcasts. Humanities are an interesting subject and listening to these podcasts encourage people to make sense of them. There are several podcasts to choose from, so feel free to listen to the podcasts in this catalog, which may help you get a better understanding of society and humanities, anywhere and anytime.
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Human Rights Education Now!

Human Rights Educators USA

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Human Rights Education Now! is a podcast that aims to (1) inform a broader audience in the U.S. and internationally about human rights education (HRE) stories, practices, related issues and theories, (2) expand awareness and knowledge about HRE USA and its programs, and (3) engage partner individuals, groups and organizations in changing the conversation about rights in the U.S. to one employing a human rights education lens.
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What if you could hang out with an experienced employment lawyer who has represented businesses in disputes with employees, ask them about everyday business decisions that involve employees (hiring, firing, demotions, paying salaries, medical leave); then take an insight or two to help make sure you are following employment laws? Hosted by Karly Wannos, Esq. - employment lawyer and the founder of The Wannos Law Firm - The Employment Experience is an educational tool for business owners and H ...
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In Episode 35, Karen Robinson describes her spiritual grounding, as well as the impact and influence of great thinkers like Khalil Gibran. Next, she discusses the current challenges facing academic freedom and intellectual safety in education, and the connection between human rights and sports. Lastly, Karen shares her most influential role model o…
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In Episode 34, Karen Robinson continues her discussion regarding the Man Up Campaign, as well as the Speak Truth to Power Program at Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights. She talks about the RFKHR annual video contest, as well as the theater program. Karen goes on to highlight the importance of sharing stories and raising awareness about human rights iss…
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Karen Robinson has over 35 years of experience in human rights, human rights education, community and youth development, and community organizing. Karen started her career at American University where she helped start the Center for Volunteerism and Community Service. Later, Karen moved to Amnesty International, USA where she served as the Mid-Atla…
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In Episode 32, Dr. Alex Red Corn discusses leadership programs in Indian education in the Western US and the need for such programs in states east of the Mississippi. Next, he expands on the lack of knowledge among the public about federally recognized tribes. Alex then describes conflicts emerging from ignorance of tribal sovereignty, and the role…
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Note: due to character limitations, bio and episode details are an abbreviated version. Visit the HREUSA Podcast page for the full version HERE. Dr. Alex Red Corn is a citizen of the Osage Nation in what is now Oklahoma. He is an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at Kansas State University (K-State) and will soon serve as Director and A…
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In Episode 30, Lina Lenberg discusses bridging the gap between Holocaust/genocide studies and human rights education, and the importance of addressing genocide as embodying many human rights violations. Next, she shares her ideas around the conceptualizing links between HRE and social justice. Next, Lina explains how it requires a concerted and con…
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Note: due to character limitations, bio and episode details are an abbreviated version. Visit the HREUSA Podcast page for the full version HERE. Dr. Lina Lenberg has been an educator for 20+ years. Lina works as a middle school classroom teacher and a part-time professor in the International and Multicultural Education Department at the University …
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In Episode 28, Maria Hantzopoulos discusses her work with non-governmental organizations, as well as her work in designing curriculum, which deals with human rights. Maria then shares what she views are challenges to mainstream narratives in global history, and the idea of curriculum interventions as contested spaces. She emphasizes the intersectio…
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Maria Hantzopoulos earned her B.A. from Boston University in History, her M.A. in Social Studies Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and her doctorate at Teachers College in International Educational Development. Her work broadly considers how educational processes structure inequity in their contexts and beyond. Her research inter…
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Have you ever felt the heat of a workplace dispute and watched the phrase "calm down" fan the flames? Conflict resolution specialist Carol Bowser joins us to unravel the complexities of emotional intelligence in such fiery situations. Our conversation uncovers why acknowledging emotions and involving individuals in the resolution process is key to …
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In this episode, Rob Whalen, the visionary behind PTO Exchange, joins us as we untap the potential of flexible PTO policies. Rob shares his expertise on how the ability to exchange traditional PTO for 401(k) contributions, payments towards college, charitable contributions, and the ability to donate your PTO to other employees in times of need (and…
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In Episode 26, Audrey Osler shares her thoughts on the impediments to implementing HRE in the USA. She then explains the importance of recognizing children as citizens and the Convention of the Rights of the Child. Audrey then examines the lack of public dialogue in the US around human rights. Next, she discusses how educating journalists about hum…
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Note: due to character limitations, this bio and episode details are an abbreviated version. Visit the HREUSA Podcast page for the full version HERE. Audrey Osler is Professor Emerita of Citizenship and Human Rights Education (HRE) at University of Leeds, and Editor-in-Chief of Human Rights Education Review. She's the Co-Chair of International Asso…
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Ever wondered how a team spanning from the silent stoicism of traditionalists to the digital fluency of Gen Z navigates the modern workplace's evolving landscape? Our conversation with Dr. Katherine Jeffery, a generational researcher, peels back the layers of this multi-generational mosaic, revealing the challenges and opportunities of leading dive…
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Unlock the secrets to elevating your workplace experience with the wisdom of Michele Phillips from Key Performance in our latest podcast episode. Transform your professional life with the power of emotional intelligence as we unravel how self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management can drastically alter your corpor…
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Sandra Sirota, EdD is Assistant Professor in Residence in Human Rights and Experiential Global Learning and Director of Dodd Impact’s program, Human Rights Close to Home (HRCH), at the University of Connecticut. Her work explores human rights and social justice education in the United States and South Africa. Her current research focuses on how stu…
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In Episode 24, Sandra Sirota describes the influence of Paulo Freire’s work, the significance of structured dialogue in social justice pedagogy, and the role of emotions in the classroom. Next, she discusses the changing public human rights discourse in the USA; the power of human rights language; and using tools from peace, anti-racist, and social…
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Unlock the secrets to a future-proof hiring strategy with Jonathan Whistman, the mastermind behind PerceptionPredict.ai and WhoHire.com, who joins me on The Employment Experience Podcast with his game-changing insights on AI in recruitment. As we dissect the role of AI in crafting effective teams, Jonathan sheds light on the innovative use of predi…
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Navigating the path to a business exit can be as intricate as it is critical. In the latest episode of the Employment Experience Podcast, Karly Wannos teams up with Charlie Janes to deliver a masterclass on exit strategies, offering a lifeline to entrepreneurs on the brink of significant transitions. This episode is a must-listen for business owner…
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Have you ever wondered what's the lifeblood of your company's internal legal framework? Let me share a piece of advice: never underestimate the power of a well-constructed employee handbook. On today's episode, we walk you through the ins and outs of these vital documents, exploring their role in fostering a culture of consistency and adherence to …
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In Episode 22, Dr. Monisha Bajaj shares HRE and peace education strategies to apply when working with marginalized groups, as well as her partner project with immigrant students in Oakland, California, and the book that emerged from the partner project. Next, Dr. Bajaj discusses how the HRE framework helps students from all backgrounds by broadenin…
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Dr. Monisha Bajaj is a Professor of International and Multicultural Education at the University of San Francisco. She is the editor and author of eight books and numerous articles on issues of peace, human rights, migration, and education, including Humanizing Education for Immigrant and Refugee Youth and World Yearbook of Education 2023: Racializa…
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Step into the world of building extraordinary workplace culture with expert insights from Chellie Phillips, a culture maestro who promises to revolutionize your understanding of values and vision within the workplace. Get ready to uncover the potent mix of leadership, accountability, and employee uniqueness that fuels a thriving company culture. We…
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There is a pervasive narrative in today’s world about the importance of effective leadership. Leadership is not just about managing people, but also about fostering relationships, building trust, and navigating the complexities of our rapidly evolving society. Go here to listen → https://www.karlywannos.com/blog/ee057 In today’s episode, leadership…
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In Episode 20, Anita Yudkin-Suliveres elaborates on her relationships with other scholars in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Spanish-speaking world, as well as her Teaching For Freedom work in Costa Rica. Next, Anita discusses the lack of dialogue between the Global North and South, and the importance of accessing different ways of knowing wh…
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Anita Yudkin-Suliveres is an educator who works in the field of teacher education. She is a professor in the Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, and Coordinator of the UNESCO Chair on Education for Peace at the University of Puerto Rico. For over twenty years she has worked in human rights and peace education in formal educ…
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Get ready to unlock the world of executive development and communication in the C-suite as we engage in a powerful conversation with Kimberly Gerber, a seasoned executive coach, and leadership development expert with extensive experience in the corporate world. Kimberly has a unique ability to equip employees with developmental skills, enhancing th…
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Ready to supercharge your communication skills and expand your influence in the workplace? You're in for a treat as we sit down with Gary Ross, the president of Inside Comms and a renowned expert in the field of workplace communication. Expect to learn valuable insights from Gary's top three rules of communication, which he promises will elevate yo…
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In Episode 18, Yvonne Vissing shares her thoughts on the absence of discussion around human rights in public discourse and the lack of US knowledge around the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). She goes on to discuss human rights education (HRE) and social justice connections along with the significance of the human rights framework as a …
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Sociologist Yvonne Vissing, PhD, is Professor of Healthcare Studies and Director of the Center for Childhood & Youth Studies and the Center for Human Rights Education at Salem State University. Author of 20 books, including Children’s Human Rights in the USA, she is US policy chair for the Hope for Children CRC Policy Center in Cyprus and on commit…
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Get ready to revolutionize employee recognition systems and unlock the power of positive reinforcement in the workplace. Today's enlightening conversation features Bill Sims, Jr., a globally recognized expert on behavior change and the president of the Bill Sims Company Inc. With over 30 years of experience, Bill has implemented rewards systems in …
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Let’s dive into the complex world of business finance – discussing everything from critical business decisions to the power of financial literacy. Lauren Colson, the brilliant mind behind Colson Strategies, breaks it down for us, illuminating the varying needs of a business at different stages of growth. We also step into the realm of outsourcing, …
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In Episode 16, teachers Chris Buckley and Jake Skrzypiec discuss the HRE Community within and in connection to the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS). Next, students Kevin Maysonnet and Shirin Unvala share their thoughts on using HRE to address human rights challenges in the US by engaging in activities that improve the quality of life …
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In Episode 15, Chris Buckley, Jake Skrzypiec, Kevin Maysonnet, and Shirin Unvala share their initial interest in human rights issues. They discuss their thoughts on how to make schools more accepting of human rights issues, and the vision of human rights education (HRE) as a universal requirement for students. Chris, Jake, Kevin, and Shirin discuss…
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Dive headfirst into the world of modern employer-employee dynamics, as we shine a spotlight on some of the trickiest situations that can land employers in hot waters. This captivating episode promises to equip you with the knowledge and insight to navigate these murky waters. We address these issues head-on with an engaging discussion on the legali…
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Ever wondered why so many employees are swapping jobs at such an alarming rate? In today’s episode, Joe Galvin, Chief Research Officer at Vistage sheds light on this intriguing post-pandemic labor market phenomenon known as 'workforce velocity.' Join us as we delve into how the accessibility of platforms like LinkedIn and a robust job market has cr…
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In Episode 14, Felisa discusses issues-based education and HRE and her work in developing Human Rights Education Associates. She then elaborates on the role of the internet in fostering online HRE learning and the challenge of engaging local and universal issues through HRE teaching. She explains the relationship of HRE to social justice scholarshi…
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Felisa Tibbitts (www.FelisaTibbitts.com) is Chair in Human Rights Education in the Department of Law, Economics, and Governance at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, where she also serves as UNESCO Chair in Human Rights and Higher Education. In addition, Felisa is Human Rights Education Associates (www.hrea.org) Executive Director and co-editor…
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Unravel the complexities of employment law, business risks, and insurance with industry veteran and founder of Bunker Insurance and Risk Management, Sierra Graver. Building on her 20 years of experience, Sierra provides us with a comprehensive understanding of the most common challenges businesses face, with an emphasis on the impact of potential c…
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Navigating the hiring market in 2023 seems like a challenge, doesn't it? If you're a business owner or manager stumped by the complexities of today's hiring landscape, this episode with Scott Dettman, CEO of Avenica, is a must-listen. Scott takes us on a journey through the fluctuating dynamics of the market, highlighting the significant impact of …
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Ever wondered what keeps employment lawyers up at night? How about why legal compliance could be the secret weapon to boosting your business outcomes? If you've answered 'yes' to either question, then you're in for a treat. In our latest podcast episode, we're joined by Alan Crone, a Plaintiff’s employment lawyer with a wealth of knowledge on the i…
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Human Rights Watch Student Task Force is a youth leadership-training program that brings together high school students with educators and empowers them to advocate for human rights issues, especially the rights of children. Pam Bruns is the Founder and Executive Director Emeritus. Kristin Ghazarians is the Senior Manager. Ren Zhang and Clementine C…
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Human Rights Watch Student Task Force is a youth leadership-training program that brings together high school students with educators and empowers them to advocate for human rights issues, especially the rights of children. Pam Bruns is the Founder and Executive Director Emeritus. Kristin Ghazarians is the Senior Manager. Ren Zhang and Clementine C…
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How do you handle those uncomfortable conversations about personal hygiene, inappropriate attire, or tardiness at work? We dive into the thorny issue of constructive feedback with our exceptional guest, Paul Falcone. An international keynote speaker, bestselling author, and former CHRO of Nickelodeon, Paul brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise…
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Discover how to navigate the tricky world of employee performance reviews, even when an employee refuses to sign one. We'll share strategies for giving honest and accurate feedback that fosters genuine growth and development. Additionally, we'll provide insights on documenting these situations and potential consequences for employees who choose not…
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In episode 10 part two, Sandy Sohcot, founder and director of the The World As It Could Be Human Rights Education Program, shares more about her work with the Women’s Leadership Alliance and connections to human rights education (HRE). She discusses her ideas around what she thinks ought to be future priorities in human rights education, as well as…
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In episode 9 part one, Sandy Sohcot, founder and director of the The World As It Could Be Human Rights Education Program, discusses her initial interest in human rights, and her work with the Women’s Leadership Alliance. She shares her background as the Executive Director for the Rex Foundation, and about the creation of The World As It Could Be. S…
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Navigating Department of Labor or EEOC investigations can be tricky, but being well-prepared is key to protecting your business. In this insightful episode, we chat with Lisa Smith, an EEOC-certified investigator about her firsthand experience dealing with such investigations and the tough questions she faced. Don't miss out on this practical guide…
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What if the secret to your new employee's success lies within the first 14 days of their job? In a captivating conversation with Chris Hanna, founder and CEO of Hire4Me Inc., we uncover the critical role of employee training and onboarding in setting them up for long-term triumph. Chris shares his expertise in helping entrepreneurs and small busine…
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In Episode 2, Rosemary Blanchard continues her discussion of the role of the NCSS Position Statements on HRE; connections between NCSS work and Civic Education coalition; and the problem of eroding civics education in K-12 spaces. Rosemary touches on overcoming the perception that human rights Issues are only “over there,” and the problem of examin…
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