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Europe Talks Solidarity

  • 23. The role of freedom of expression for a democratic and solidary Europe

    15 APR 2024 · In this episode, we’re doing a pulse check: How are European democracies doing? And what about the state of freedom of expression? Join us for a conversation with Quinn McKew from the globally active NGO Article 19 that fights for press freedom. Quinn tells us about the tools used by the NGO to measure freedom of expression. She also shares about tendencies in press freedom and freedom of expression they observe in Europe and beyond and the consequences for democracy and solidarity. This is a podcast of SALTO European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre, produced by Instituto NOW (⁠⁠⁠⁠https://institutonow.org⁠⁠⁠⁠). For more information and resources on Solidarity and the Corps, go to ⁠⁠⁠⁠https://talkingsolidarity.eu. The theme song “Solidarity Unifies Us” is composed and sung by Paula Gehrs. The episode was mixed by Simon Aftalión and hosted by Kamilija Garbauskaite. The artwork was created by Ina Gouveia.
    30m 5s
  • 🇩🇪 22. Zwischen Sprache und Engagement: junge Menschen für solidarische Partizipation begeistern

    19 FEB 2024 · Was motiviert junge Menschen dafür, sich zu engagieren? Wie kann aufzeigen, dass nachhaltige Entwicklung auch Solidarität voraussetzt? In dieser Episode sprechen wir mit Carla Dossenbach und Jennifer Obanla von der Schweizer Organisation STEP into Action. Sie erzählen wie sie junge Menschen durch ihre Arbeit an solidarische Partizipation heranführen.
    20m 5s
  • 🇬🇧 22. Teaching solidarity-based participation: from language to action

    19 FEB 2024 · What can inspire young people to take action and become active citizens? How to show that sustainable development is also a question of solidarity? In this episode, Carla Dossenbach and Jennifer Obanla tell us about their Switzerland based organisation STEP into Action and the work they do to engage young people in solidarity-based participation.
    18m 18s
  • 21. Solidarity, volunteering and the refusal of indifference

    20 DEC 2023 · How can young people collectively seek for solutions to the climate crisis? In this first episode of season 3, Alessandra Grisoni talks to us about the youth participation she observes in Tunisia. As a former volunteer in the ESC program she believes solidarity cannot be only made of good intentions: empathy and active listening should foster an informed solidarity and a collective responsability to one another. This is a podcast of SALTO European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre, produced by Instituto NOW (⁠⁠⁠⁠https://institutonow.org⁠⁠⁠⁠). For more information and resources on Solidarity and the Corps, go to ⁠⁠⁠⁠https://talkingsolidarity.eu. The theme song “Solidarity Unifies Us” is composed and sung by Paula Gehrs. The episode was mixed by Simon Aftalión and hosted by Kamilija Garbauskaite. The artwork was created by Ina Gouveia.
    15m 19s
  • Season 3 of Europe Talks Solidarity is coming soon!

    29 NOV 2023 · Join us for the third season of SALTO European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre’s podcast exploring solidarity from every angle. In this season we will look at solidarity related to democracy and participation. What are you curious about? Share with us your questions and thoughts on solidarity and civic participation. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast to be the first to know when a new episode is released!
    1m 18s
  • 20. Is climate justice a question of solidarity?

    25 JUL 2023 · What is the role of solidarity in the climate justice movement? Agata Meysner and Sophia Wiegand, representatives of https://gceurope.org/, told us about the intersectional and intergenerational approach they chose when looking at ways to adress climate crisis. This is a podcast of SALTO European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre, produced by Instituto NOW (⁠⁠⁠⁠institutonow.org⁠⁠⁠⁠). For more information and resources on Solidarity and the Corps, go to ⁠⁠⁠⁠talkingsolidarity.eu⁠⁠⁠⁠. The theme song “Solidarity Unifies Us” is composed and sung by Paula Gehrs. The episode was mixed by Simon Aftalión and hosted by Diogo Pires. The artwork was created by Ina Gouveia.
    25m 14s
  • 19. How can solidarity bridge detained young people with the rest of society?

    11 JUL 2023 · What happens when solidarity projects involve those who have been excluded from society? Prisons are by definition barriers to participation. But what happens to young people who spend part of their formative years behind barriers?  In this episode, Diogo Pires talks to Linda Ulane and Daniel Gismera, both are developing projects with young people in prisons with the bigger objective of supporting their inclusion in society at the end of their sentence. This is a podcast of SALTO European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre, produced by Instituto NOW (https://institutonow.org/). For more information and resources on Solidarity and the Corps, go to https://talkingsolidarity.eu/. The theme song “Solidarity Unifies Us” is composed and sung by Paula Gehrs. The episode was mixed by Simon Aftalión and hosted by Diogo Pires. The artwork was created by Ina Gouveia.
    40m 59s
  • 18. What can sustain solidarity in the face of violent conflicts?

    16 JUN 2023 · In the wake of violent conflicts, it is not unusual to observe waves of solidarity rushing to civilian communities. How to make that solidarity sustainable as the conflicts continue? What are key ingredients that strengthen this solidarity and transform it into structured action? How can solidarity contribute to rebuilding communities after conflict? These are some of the questions we explore in our conversation with Valeriia Shchotkina, Marzena Ples and Soraya Sarradhi-Nelson through stories from Ukraine, Iran and Colombia among others. Join us for another round-table conversation. This is a podcast of SALTO European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre,  produced by Instituto NOW (https://institutonow.org/). For more information and resources on Solidarity and the Corps, go to https://talkingsolidarity.eu/. The  theme song “Solidarity Unifies Us” is composed and sung by Paula Gehrs. The episode was mixed by Simon Aftalión and hosted by Diogo Pires. The  artwork was created by Ina Gouveia.
    25m 34s
  • 17. Can Europride be a space for solidarity with and within the European LGBT+ community?

    23 MAY 2023 · How can walking together be an act of solidarity? How do spaces of solidarity grow within spaces of tensions? What happens when a discriminated against community gathers around their rights? With Aleksa Saviç from IZADJI / COME OUT we look at the LGBT+ community in Serbia and how empathy can impulse resistance and solidarity. This is a podcast of SALTO European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre,  produced by Instituto NOW (https://institutonow.org/). For more information and resources on Solidarity and the Corps, go to https://talkingsolidarity.eu/. The  theme song “Solidarity Unifies Us” is composed and sung by Paula Gehrs. The episode was mixed by Simon Aftalión and hosted by Diogo Pires. The  artwork was created by Ina Gouveia.
    27m 14s
  • 16. Does solidarity make societies healthier?

    1 MAY 2023 · What defines a healthy society? Pr. Barbara Prainsack is bringing the topic of health and healthcare systems into our conversation around solidarity. We talked about digital data use but also about possible misuses of the concept of solidarity. This is a podcast of SALTO European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre,  produced by Instituto NOW (https://institutonow.org). For more information and resources on Solidarity and the Corps, go to https://talkingsolidarity.eu. The  theme song “Solidarity Unifies Us” is composed and sung by Paula Gehrs. The episode was mixed by Simon Aftalión and hosted by Diogo Pires. The  artwork was created by Ina Gouveia.
    25m 59s

What is solidarity? How can we foster it in our society and what are the limitations, challenges and opportunities for a solidary Europe? In this podcast series we are exploring...

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What is solidarity? How can we foster it in our society and what are the limitations, challenges and opportunities for a solidary Europe? In this podcast series we are exploring this concept by traveling through Europe and beyond in search of a common narrative inspired by youth work and academic perspectives. Join us to talk solidarity!
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