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World Affairs Report, Weekly Podcast & Radio Show

September 23, 2017


Dr. Louis Picard joined the World Affairs Report to discuss the fragile balance of foreign aid, security and diplomacy in Africa. 

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World Affairs Report, Weekly Podcast & Radio Show

September 23, 2017


Dr. Louis Picard joined the World Affairs Report to discuss the fragile balance of foreign aid, security and diplomacy in Africa. 

Listen to the Full Podcast


NEWS AND MEDIA

The Union Edge,  The Labor Intensive: Bright Kids Uganda – Fighting For Women’s Rights

October 10, 2017


This week on The Labor Intensive with Charlie McCollester and Rosemary Trump, they invite Pauline Greenlick from the ASA Social Fund for Hidden People and Victoria Nalongo Namusisi the Director of Bright Kids Uganda on the program. Victoria talks to us about how the government in Uganda works in regards to protecting workers as well as how there is a serious fight for gender equality because many women rights disparities in their country. One of the other important topics she beings up is how acid attacks are being used on many women and how after these attacks which are often left without justice, they are also not considered to be disabled, even though they are clearly disabled by these attacks.

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The Union Edge,  The Labor Intensive: Bright Kids Uganda – Fighting For Women’s Rights

October 10, 2017


This week on The Labor Intensive with Charlie McCollester and Rosemary Trump, they invite Pauline Greenlick from the ASA Social Fund for Hidden People and Victoria Nalongo Namusisi the Director of Bright Kids Uganda on the program. Victoria talks to us about how the government in Uganda works in regards to protecting workers as well as how there is a serious fight for gender equality because many women rights disparities in their country. One of the other important topics she beings up is how acid attacks are being used on many women and how after these attacks which are often left without justice, they are also not considered to be disabled, even though they are clearly disabled by these attacks.

Listen to the Full Podcast