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#183: For show only? The language of human rights in national constitutions

02/23/12
Sociologist Associate Professor Gili Drori explains how the vocabulary of human rights is making its way into the constitutions of nation ... tags: analysesanalysiscloseEducationEducation_Higher_EducationethicsHigher_Education

Episode 85: Mythbusting International Refugee Law

02/09/10
Law Professor Jim Hathaway untangles the complexity and dispels misconceptions surrounding refugees and their status under international ... tags: analysesanalysiscloseEducationEducation_Higher_EducationHigher_Educationlaw

Episode 94: Managing China's Water Challenges

06/10/10
Water engineer Prof John Langford discusses the immense challenges facing a China with swiftly mounting water demand and dwindling ... tags: agricultureanalysesanalysisAsiaChinacitiesclimate

Episode 101: Making a Difference: Kiran Martin and Asha in the slums of Delhi

07/29/10
Paediatrician Dr Kiran Martin recounts the story behind the founding of ASHA, which now helps over 350,000 Delhi slum dwellers to improve ... tags: analysesanalysisAsiacitiescloseeconomicsEducation

Episode 110: Empowering Communities to Preserve Character of Place

10/02/10
Landscape Architect Assoc Prof Ray Green discusses his ground-breaking approach in which a community is able to define the character of its ... tags: analysesanalysisAustraliacloseEducationEducation_Higher_Educationenvironment

Episode 129: Female-friendly cities: Planning for inclusivity in our urban spaces

02/07/11
Associate Professor of urban design Carolyn Whitzman and sociologist Dr Kalpana Viswanath discuss how urban environments can be designed ... tags: analysesanalysisAsiaclosecrimeEducationEducation_Higher_Education

#177: Delusions of certainty: Regulation through an ethical lens

01/12/12
Social scientists Assoc Prof Fiona Haines and Prof Nancy Reichman discuss the myths and implications behind authorities implementation of ... tags: analysesanalysisbusinesscloseEducationEducation_Higher_Educationethics

#178: Justifying the means: The law as accomplice in crimes against humanity

01/19/12
Criminologist and lawyer Dr Jennifer Balint discusses how nation-states seek to use the law in support of genocidal practices and other ... tags: AfricaanalysesanalysisAsiaclosecrimeEducation

Episode 174: Peak fish: Rising human consumption of seafood, and its implications

12/22/11
Fisheries scientists Dr Tim Dempster and Dr Reg Watson discuss the pressures on wild fish stocks and debate the role of aquaculture in ... tags: analysesanalysiscloseEducationEducation_Higher_Educationenvironmentfood_security