A conversation with the two founders of the campaign to stop street harassment in Northern Ireland.
In this episode two of our Law & Activism team – Charlotte Gourley and Debora Mosso – speak to John Finnigan from QUB’s Report & Support, the University’s support service for students affected by sexual misconduct, bullying, harassment, or hate crime.
Oluwayomi Olaide-Kolapo (QUB’s African and Caribbean Society) and Hamsavani Rajeswaren (former QUB Student Union Officer for Equality and Diversity) discuss the particular challenges of facing up to white supremacy in higher education institutions.
Host Anoushka Syed is joined by Kaitlyn Laverty (Youth Strike 4 Climate Belfast) and Paul Brogan (Extinction Rebellion Northern Ireland) to talk about being modern activists, how eco-anxiety can be channelled into constructive efforts, and how media representations are largely missing the point.
Dr Andrew Godden talks to Professor Brice Dickson about his Stephen Livingstone Lecture, ‘The Problems with Human Rights’
Dr Rachael Dickson, Ivanka Antova and Professor Phil Scraton engage in a thoughtful conversation about the connection between activism, research and human rights.
As part of our 16 Days of Activism in December 2017, Dr Yassin Brunger, Dr Rachel Killean and Dr Eithne Dowds discuss the role of activism and international criminal justice in responding to conflict-related sexual and gender-based violence.