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NEW EPISODE EVERY MONDAY! If you love footy, this podcast is for you. Tune in for EXCLUSIVE CONTENT on the West Australian Football League. - Game Highlights - Important News - Player/Coach/Expert Interviews AND MORE! Brought to you by the Postgraduate Broadcasting team at Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley.
 
In this series, I interview postgraduate researchers to learn about their subject area, specific project, postgraduate journey, and experiences of academia. Each episode focuses on a single theme. We talk frankly about our perceptions and reflect upon the consequences of our research. The series is suited to everyone but may be particularly relevant to early-stage PGRs and their supervisors.
 
Welcome to The Human Rights Podcast from the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Here at the Centre, we are fortunate to be visited each year by an array of world-leading practitioners, researchers and policy-makers in the field of human rights and its associated disciplines. We also have a vibrant community at the ICHR and more broadly in NUI Galway of academic staff, postdoctoral and doctoral scholars, and postgraduate and undergraduate students foc ...
 
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The Lions are the premiers again! Will Di Fulvio, Julian Vicentini and Daniel Litjens bring you the final pod of the year, and are joined by Subiaco players Lachlan Delahunty, Leigh Kitchin and Chad Harris after their mammoth Grand Final win and Silly Sunday celebrations. Francesca De Nuccio slides in for a final Teaching Fran Footy, and Hayley Plu…
 
The Grand Final teams are in! Join Julian Vicentini as he looks back on a blistering Prelim Final which sealed the Bulldogs as the team taking on the Lions in next week's WAFL Grand Final. Daniel Litjens slides into the podcast to chat to South Fremantle's Jacob Dragovich, and Will Di Fulvio is on standby with breaking news out of the WAFC. Tune in…
 
Will Di Fulvio is joined by Lone Ranger Dan Litjens to discuss heartbreaking losses and uplifting victories. It's another week of finals footy! Subiaco forward Ben Sokol drops in to talk about his 4th grand final in 5 years - and the boys take a quick glance over team of the year. Tune in to hear all the latest results, news, fixtures and our tips.…
 
It's finals footy! Join Daniel Litjens and Hayley Plunkett as they dive into two cut-throat matches this week, and talk to Swans captain Tony Notte after their finals loss. The WAFL Premiership is up for grabs, and few people know it better than four-time premier Nick Suban, so tune in to hear his thoughts on the Bulldogs run for back-to-back flags…
 
This podcast contains a discussion of the book, Ensuring Respect for International Humanitarian Law (Routledge, 2020), including contributions from editors Eve Massingham, who works at the University of Queensland, and Annabel Mcconnachie, who has worked with the Australian Red Cross. International humanitarian law expert Ray Murphy leads the conve…
 
The FINALS are here! Join Adam Di Tullio and Julian Vicentini as we preview Week 1 of the 2021 WAFL Finals Series. Join as we congratulate Subiaco winning the minor premiership with Coach Beau Wardman, and we get his insights into the Lions finals preparations. We wrap up Round 22 and give our finals tips, all that and more on this weeks episode!…
 
Julian Vicentini is at the chair this week alongside Will Di Fulvio as we wrap up Round 21 action in the WAFL. Join as we say our farewell to the old Shark Park with East Fremantle Captain Matthew Jupp. All that and more on this weeks episode of The Monday WAFL.על ידי Monday WAFL
 
It's a lonely podcast this week on the Monday WAFL, but Daniel Litjens is kept company by back-to-back premiership coach for Peel Thunder Cam Shepherd, as he announces his departure from the club. It's also a blockbuster week of footy with all three games decided by a goal or less. Tune into to hear all the latest results, news, fixtures and our ti…
 
A bittersweet week of retirements in the WAFL as Francesca De Nuccio, Will Di Fulvio and Daniel Litjens chat to Will Schofield about his AFL and WAFL careers, as well as keeping you up to date with all the action in Round 19. Tune into to hear all the latest results, news, fixtures and our tips!על ידי Monday WAFL
 
Will Di Fulvio is joined this week by Cameron Carr and Adelaide Williams, discussing the recent round of WAFL action. Join as they chatted to Royal's midfielder Aidan Lynch and Will finally concedes that East Perth aren’t in finals contention. Tune into to hear all the latest results, news, fixtures and our tips!…
 
The boys are back as Daniel Litjens and Julian Vicentini analyse and weigh in on another exciting week of WAFL football. Join as they talk to East Fremantle ruckman Luke Strnadica, and enjoy Dan eating a slice of humble pie. Tune in to hear all the latest results, news, fixtures, and our tips!על ידי Monday WAFL
 
A dangerous episode as Julian Vicentini, Will Di Fulvio and Daniel Litjens come together to talk about an exciting week in the WAFL. We also sit down with West Perth ball magnet Shane Nelson about their stunning late run into the top three. Tune in to hear all the latest results, news, fixtures, and our tips!…
 
Round 4 was meant to be weeks ago? But due to COVID, the split round gets bigger, with a full five games on this week. Dive into the pod with Daniel Litjens and Adam Di Tullio and they relive the best parts of this week's WAFL games. Tune in to hear all the latest results, news, fixtures, and our tips!…
 
After a long wait the WAFL is finally back, so join Julian Vicentini and Daniel Litjens as they dig into an especially exciting Round 14. This unmissable episode also sees Geelong premiership legend Harry Taylor join the boys to chat about his return to the WAFL in the Sharks guernsey. Tune in to hear all the latest results, news, fixtures, and our…
 
Back to a 5 game round! Jackson Ramsay returns not only to the field, or to stellar form but also to The Monday WAFL! Will Di Fulvio is joined by Phoebe Murray as they attempt to wrap their heads around surprising results and last minute COVID restrictions - plus: a friendly wager that could spell the end for someone's dignity. Stroll through to ou…
 
In another split round, Daniel Litjens and Hayley Plunkett share their thoughts on the shorter round of footy, and have a chat to Eagles captain Hamish Brayshaw after his first win of the season. Keep an eye out for our new segment! Tune in to hear all the latest results, news, fixtures, and our tips!…
 
Huge episode this week! Francesca De Nuccio, Julian Vicentini and Hayley Plunkett review the two nail biting WAFL matches on the weekend, and give their insights into Round 11. West Coast Eagles mid-season draft recruit Connor West joins us to share his excitement of making an AFL list, and how he has coped with the change of WAFL clubs mid way thr…
 
With two WAFL matches played today for WA Day, what a great way to unwind then listening to this weeks episode of The Monday WAFL. Join Julian Vicentini, Will Di Fulvio and Hayley Plunkett as they disect the round played and give their tips. We spoke with West Perth Forward Tyler Keitel on ground level post match, after kicking a bag of 8 goals tod…
 
Join Will Di Fulvio and Hayley Plunkett as they review the latest round of WAFL, give their tips and preview next weekends round of footy! The Monday WAFL reporters Sam Elliot and Adam Di Tullio chatted to South Fremantle player Cody Ninyette on the back of his three goal performance over West Coast on Saturday. All that and more on this weeks epis…
 
In the summer of 2020, Dr Ludêk Stavinoha and Apostolis Fotiadis revealed the previously unknown role that consultancy firm, McKinsey, played in shaping EU asylum policy in Greece. In this episode of the Human Rights Podcast, Niamh Keady-Tabbal, PhD researcher at the ICHR, speaks with Ludêk about their investigation, published in Balkan Insight: ht…
 
This is the final episode in our five-part series on the EU-Mercosur Agreement. In this short clip, you can listen to Saoirse McHugh, a member of Talamh Beo, explaining Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) and Investment Court Systems (ICS) in the context of the EU-Mercosur trade agreement.על ידי Irish Centre for Human Rights
 
Episode 4: Interview with Gerry Loftus, an Irish beef farmerIn this episode, you can listen to Emma Kelly, an LLM candidate at the Irish Centre for Human Rights, and Saoirse McHugh, a member of Talamh Beo, interviewing Gerry Loftus, an Irish beef farmer. He explains the situation and the problems that Irish farmers are faced with nowadays and talks…
 
Episode 3: Interview with Juliana Sassi, a member of the Brazilian Left FrontIn this episode, you can listen to Reshma Das and Simon Seitz, LLM candidates at the Irish Centre for Human Rights, and Saoirse McHugh, a member of Talamh Beo, talking to Juliana Sassi, a member of the Brazilian Left Front. She describes the development of the EU-Mercosur …
 
Episode 2: Interview with Helmut Scholz, MEP with GUE/NGLIn this episode, you can listen to Saoirse McHugh, a member of Talamh Beo, and Simon Seitz, an LLM candidate at the Irish Centre for Human Rights, interviewing Helmut Scholz, a member with GUE/NGL and a member of the German ‘Die Linke’ party. He explains the stages of negotiations on the EU-M…
 
Episode 1: Interview with Dr Laura Kehoe, a conservation scientistIn this episode, you can listen to Emma Kelly, an LLM candidate at the Irish Centre for Human Rights, and Saoirse McHugh, a member of Talamh Beo, interviewing Dr Laura Kehoe, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oxford. She talks about the impacts of the EU-Mercosur trade a…
 
In this episode of the Human Rights podcast, UN Special Rapporteur on minority issues, Professor Fernand de Varennes speaks to the Irish Centre for Human Rights on "why hate speech targeting of minorities must be named and emphasized."על ידי Irish Centre for Human Rights
 
Welcome to the Human Rights Podcast, hosted by the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland, Galway. At the Centre, we are fortunate to hear presentations from an array of international leading practitioners, policymakers, and researchers within the field of human rights and various other disciplines.Today we have the ple…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Professor Steve Miles to talk about his PGR experiences, why PhDs matter in and outside of academia, how to get through your postgraduate projects, and how lockdown is influencing postgraduate research. In this series, I interview postgraduate researchers to learn about their subject area, specific project, postgrad…
 
This episode was created by Colin Carney, Sophie Fitzpatrick and Cassie Roddy-Mullineaux, LLM students in the Human Rights Law Clinic at the Irish Centre for Human Rights. The episode investigates the anti-fracked gas movement in Ireland and on the international stage.In this episode, Colin, Sophie and Cassie interview Johnny McElligott, a leading …
 
On 16th October 2019, musicians Lisa Knapp and Gerry Diver visited NUI Galway to give a lunchtime concert as part of NUI Galway's Arts in Action programme. Arts in Action is the brainchild of renowned singer and NUI Galway lecturer, Mary McPartlan, and Mary joined Lisa and Gerry towards the end of their performance. For this podcast episode, all th…
 
Maria Grazia Giammarinaro, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons, especially women and children, was appointed as an Adjunct Professor of Human Rights at the Irish Centre for Human Rights in June 2019.In September 2019, she delivered her first lecture as Adjunct Professor to incoming LLM students. The recording of the lect…
 
This podcast was recorded on 23rd September 2019 during the global week of climate action. In this episode, Sadhbh O'Neill, political theorist, environmental activist and representative of Friends of the Irish Environment (FIE), discusses the concept of climate justice. She also explains two recent judgments of the Irish High Court in cases brought…
 
In this pilot episode of The Human Rights Podcast from the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland, Galway, we speak to Professor Donncha O'Connell about Ireland's progress towards a human rights-based approach to policing. Among the many topics we discuss are community policing, state security and access to justice. Thi…
 
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