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Jul 28 2008 - Naida Hyde in Lesotho, part 2

In Part 2 of this interview, trauma worker Naida Hyde reads some poetry and gets specific about a couple of the young women she met in Lesotho. World Report reviews a report on carbon neutrality and several Canadian positions on the US-India nuclear deal soon to come before the International… (Click here for More)

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Jul 21 2008 - Gender violence in Africa: Interview with Naida Hyde

Three meetings loom large in the coming weeks: WTO negotiations in Geneva; meetings of the IAEA and NSG; and the pan-African conference to end impunity on sexual and gender-based violence. The latter is likely the most meaningful and therefore commands the most of our attention. I caught up with Naida… (Click here for More)

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Jul 14 2008 - Algonquins win appeal to protest mineral exploration

Back in February 2008, Robert Lovelace, retired Chief of the Ardoch Algonquin First Nation, was sentenced to six months in a maximum security prison for refusing to obey a court order which banned peaceful protest against uranium exploration on his community’s territory in eastern Ontario. Shortly after, World Report interviewed… (Click here for More)

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Jul 07 2008 - Interview with Randy Janzen: A day in Hebron

Randy Janzen describes a day in Hebron as a Christian Peacemaker Teams volunteer. Headlines on the arrest of Robin Long, Joshua Key's victory in a Canadian court, civilian casualties in Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Bangor Six and the Raytheon Nine; Peace education in Jerusalem; non-violence intervention training in Brilliant, BC;… (Click here for More)

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Jun 30 2008 - Has Israel done something right?

How is the the Hamas-Israel ceasefire holding up? What are the parties saying? What are the likely outcomes? World Report continues its exploration. (Click here for More)

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Jun 23 2008 - Interview with Ramzy Baroud

Hamas and Israel have agreed to a ceasefire. What does it mean? World Report begins its exploration by interviewing Ramzy Baroud, editor of Palestine Chronicle. (Click here for More)

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Jun 16 2008 - We need dialogue more than hope

This is the week Corky Evans announced he wouldn't be running again for the Provincial Legislative Assembly. Former Nelson city councilor, Donna McDonald, talks about her activist approach to hosting Nelson Before Nine, including her interest in TILMA and the Security and Prosperity Partnership. The conversation turns to how corporate… (Click here for More)

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Jun 02 2008 - Readers and Listeners

In the wake of the spring membership drive, World Report presents some of the benefits of interaction with readers of the blog and listeners to the broadcast. (Click here for More)

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May 26 2008 - Five-year retrospective

Excerpts from World Report's first five years, including the NCRA award winning pieces. This 66-minute edition of World Report is a special Membership Drive edition. (Click here for More)

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May 19 2008 - I have media issues: Panel #1

Do you have media issues? Jim Terral talks with Kootenay Coop Radio hosts Micahel Lavinder and Charles Jeanes about theirs. The discussion takes an introspective turn as they talk about consciousness, truth, empowerment, emotion, and relativism. (Click here for More)

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