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Podcast: child soldiers in Colombia

Seth Biderman discusses the plight of children forced to fight in Colombia’s civil war and what happens when they try to reintegrate into civil society

Podcast: London Occupiers

Five longstanding members of Occupy London discuss the future of the movement after the evictions expected next week.

Podcast: Haiti today

Haiti after the earthquake: today’s problems and today’s solutions. Part two of the Haiti Support Group round table.

Podcast: Haiti's colonial past still burdens

In part one of a special edition of the Radio NI podcast, Mario Joseph, Phillip Wearne and Anne McConnell talk about the historical context of Haiti’s problems.

Podcast: Mark Schuller on Haiti after the earthquake

Mark Schuller, an expert on the relief effort after Haiti’s 2010 earthquake, talks about the positive and negative aspects of NGO relief work in the two years since.

Podcast: Dinyar Godrej on the arms industry

The New Internationalist co-editor speaks about the growth of military spending in an age of austerity.

Podcast: Sally Healy on the East Africa famine

Sally Healy, Associate Fellow of the African Programme at Chatham House, discusses the politicization of aid to Somalia in our latest Radio NI interview.

Podcast: Maria Golia on Egypt

An interview with Maria Golia, author of our longstanding and popular Letter from Cairo column.

Podcast: Vanessa Baird on nature's defenders

An interview with Vanessa Baird, author of our October issue’s main feature on the indigenous peoples resisting environmentally damaging projects in South America and across the globe.

Podcast: K Biswas on the far right

An interview with K Biswas, the author of our feature on the rise of the far right in our June issue.

Podcast: Danny Chivers on climate change denial

An interview with the author of our No-Nonsense Guide to Climate Change.

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