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Share REFUGEE WEEK 2019: RADIO ASYLUM SEEKERS FETAC 3 RADIO COURSE UCC in conjunction with CRAOL and Community Radio Youghal
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  2018 Review, part 1 Broadcast date: 11th December 2018 Vox Pop: Mná na gCorcaigh Interview: Dr Jacqui O'Riordan Song:
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As part of our ongoing work with Trócaire, who fund the Global Hub as one of their strategic partner projects,
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  Oscar Romero Broadcast date: 9th October 2018 Audio clip: Recording of the shooting of Archbishop Romero, while saying Mass
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  Pope Francis and the family Broadcast date: 14th August 2018 Feature Interview Part 1: Fr Donal Dorr, author of
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  Broadcast date: July 10th 2018 Field recording: A round of applause greets Palestinian farmers at a public meeting in
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  Education and Global Development Broadcast date: June 5th 2018 Studio chat Presenter Gertrude Cotter explains the Id Est programme
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  Faith in Action Broadcast Date April 17th 2018 Interview Féidhlim Harty, environmental scientist and member of the Society of
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Gertrude prefaces the Latin American Conference in Maynooth 2016 by discussing her own personal interest in Latin American justice since
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Maynooth Latin American Conference: July 29, 2016” [Part of Irish in the Global World series]    Gertrude Cotter interviews Oisin McCongile, Robin Hannan, and
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Below you can listen to a series of three programmes was funded by the Local Agenda 21 Partnership fund, Cork
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Valerie Browne talks about living with a disability. In particular she talks about her recent move out of residential care
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Delighted to report that my radio show The Global Hub has been awarded a Distinction Award by CRAOL the Community
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Interview with Féilim Ó HAdhmaill, Lecturer, Applied Social Studies, University College Cork on The State of the Community and Voluntary
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Elaine Murtagh of Cork Calais Group before and after convoy to Calais in support of refugees living there.
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Hi, all! Below is my interview with Bernadette Connolly, a member of Cork Environmental Forum! Have a listen!  
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Hi, all! Below is my interview with Lorna O’Mahoney who works with Cork Nature Network! All best!
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Hi, everyone! Please take a listen to Rosari Griffin, also a Youghal Radio host, who talks about her experiences trying to
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Hi, everyone! Please take a listen to three young people who just returned from Tanzania on a program called Insight!
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Chinedu Onyejelem of Metro Eireann newspaper. Chinedu is editor of Ireland’s only multi-cultural newspaper Metro Éireann!
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Elaine Murtagh talks about her trip to Calais & the Ireland Refugee Solidarity Group! (in two parts) Best!
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Hi, all! In this interview Matthew Whitney talks about his many interests. Vintage cars, old movies, trains, ships, planes, history
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Live from Kenya, Martin Balatyne CEO of Midleton based NGO Friends of Londiani talks about their work in Kenya.  
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Interview with Chairperson of Action Lesotho   Paul Hanrahan, Chair of Action Lesotho, explains this small NGO’s purpose of improving live
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Hi, everyone! In this interview, I talk to Alice Darcy, of University College Cork, about the idea of a ‘green campus’
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Listen to Peter, Kitty, Mary, Pat and from Family Carers Ireland, Cork Branch, speaking about life as a family carer.
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Professor Siobhan Mullaly, University College Cork Law Lecturer, discussing the current (2015) Syrian Refugee Crisis. https://soundcloud.com/user-215187443/theglobalhub
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One of the projects I intend to develop over the next few months is a Room for Refugees Project. I
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Chapter 4 Part 2: Key Concepts: The antidialogical action and its characteristics: conquest, divide and rule, manipulation, and cultural invasion;
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Key Concepts in Chapter 4: Antidialogicity and dialogicity as opposed theoretical frameworks for cultural action: the first serves oppression and
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Reflection on Chapter 3 of Paolo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed Key concepts: The Word, Dialogue; Generative Themes; Critical Consciousness
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Reflection on Chapter 2 of Paolo Freire’s Peadagogy of the Oppressed Key Concepts: The Banking Concept of Education; Biophily and
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Reflection on Chapter 1 of Paolo Freire’s Peadagogy of the Oppressed Key Concepts: The Oppressed and the Oppressor; Dialogue; Humanist
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It is with horror that I witness the deaths of people on boats coming into Europe. The whole issues of
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I am wondering what people think about the formation of a Global Citizens Movement…or if there is in fact one
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Last weekend, 17th October 2014,  34 people were rescued from a shipping container at Tilbury Docks in Essex England. For
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What do Development Education and Digital Humanities have to offer one another? Where is the intersection between these apparently diverse
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Part 1: Door 1: Tools and Technologies Introduction As I start my journey of learning about Digital Humanities I want
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People seeking refuge in Europe die in sunken boatsthe second time in a week a boat holding refugees from African
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The Facts: Refugee Deaths October 10, 2013 People seeking refuge in Europe die in sunken boats. For the second time
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