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Remembering Seattle PDF Print E-mail
Trade and Globalization
Friday, 11 June 2010

ThisSeattle WTO  Protest is a very special show being produced as Canada hosts the G8 and G20. We are reaching far back into our Making the Links archives to present you with our on the ground program recorded at the Battle of Seattle in 1999.

At that time thousands of civil society folk from around the world gathered to protest the way the world was being put into a corporate agenda for maximum profit though the WTO – the world trade organization. It was the first great global coming together of world citizenry speaking truth to authority.

This retrospective on Seattle shows the power of communities coming together. We will see that again at the G8 and G20 in Canada - citizens from around the world gathering to demand world leaders to do something right about climate change, womens reproductive rights, fair trade not free trade, clean water, food security, and the spread of Malaria and HIV/AIDS and the needs of those already living with the disease -- all the things so important to the functioning of healthy civil societies. Activists are demanding leaders work to stem global conflict and end exploitation, standing up for a just world peace.

In this retrospective on Seattle 1999 you will hear voices of common citizens and the voices of Michael Moore, Michael Franti, Stephan Smith, the radical cheerleaders and others. All the voices that a billion dollars of security, hearing destruction, tear gas, batons and police intimidation can not shut down. Thank you for listening.

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Last Updated ( Friday, 11 June 2010 )
 
Viva Raymond DesRochers! PDF Print E-mail
Politics and Democracy
Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Raymond DesRochers, a great internationalist, community organizer and leader, recently passed away. Making the Links Radio has put together this radio show in honour of his memory.

In many parts of the world from his home community of Penetanguishene to Mozambique DesRouches inspired communities to organize and take hold of their economic and social well being. This interview with Raymond DesRoches shows his depth of understanding and awareness of how communities can make economic and social change for a better world.

You can read more about Raymond DesRochers at Canadian Center for Community Renewal/ Facebook.

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Reflections on Copenhagen PDF Print E-mail
Environment
Friday, 15 January 2010

Don Kossick of Making the Links Radio interviews Rosa Kouri,a Canadian lead tracker for Adoptanegotiator.org, about what happened in Copenhagen and what there is to go forward with. Rosa has a particular view as part of the global youth movement striving for climate justice.  She has participated in the Montreal. Bali, Poznan and Copenhagen climate talks and offers a unique perspective.

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International Migrants Day PDF Print E-mail
Immigrant Rights and Advocacy
Wednesday, 16 December 2009

Making the Links presents a program in recognition of the UN International Migrants Day, Dec. 18th. Done in partnership with the Human Rights Directorate,  Canadian Labour Congress, it looks at the situation for Migrant Workers in Canada, and the role of the Canadian Government. It is part of series of radio programs being broadcast throughout the world about the plight and fight for rights of Migrant Workers.

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 16 December 2009 )
 
Update on Copenhagen PDF Print E-mail
Environment
Thursday, 10 December 2009

Making the Links Radio's Don Kossick talks to enviromental activist, Rosa Kouri, about the state of the Copenhagen talks on climate change after four days of meetings.

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