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The Global Justice Center is a legal, human rights non profit based in New York City. Our work focuses on moving international humanitarian laws from paper to practice. Our staff consists of lawyers with international law expertise who work regularly with partners at the EU and the UN. In this podcast, we will analyze the latest news and break down the legality of what is happening using the framework of international law.
 
ALSO in PINK is the podcast all about lifestyle design. How we live, the clothes we choose & how we organise our space. Host Alexandria Lawrence is a certified KonMari consultant and personal stylist. ALSO in PINK offers candid conversations with industry leaders and influencers, clients and friends, about what it means to live well. New episodes released every Tuesday. Alexandria answers your lifestyle questions during special monthly Ask Alexandria episodes. Submit your question for Alexan ...
 
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In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Michael O'Hanlon about forecasting what the future of military technology holds, and the conflicts should we be planning for or trying to avoid. The speed of technological development and digital transformation makes this job harder than ever. They discuss how he thinks out what the future holds – both …
 
Plants and nature play an important role in my life, especially this past year. How about you? Isn’t there something magical about being amongst trees and green things? 🌳🌿🌱 I’m incredibly grateful to live in a leafy part of London, close to Kew Gardens. Kew has quickly become my happy place. The place I can most fully relax, switch off and enjoy th…
 
Fawn Anderson is a humanitarian-focused photographer and founder of Our Friendly World, a social movement and podcast that is for the healing of social, economic & racial injustice through the art of friendship. This episode is all about connection: from how to take engaging portraits that honour your subject to embracing friendship in its many for…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie is joined by Professor Rob McLaughlin, Dr Tamsin Paige and Associate Professor Douglas Guilfoyle to talk about the application of the law of armed conflict to submarine cables. These cables carry information crucial for national security. They are an essential part of the link between overseas embassies and their …
 
Let’s celebrate! This episode is all about celebration. Celebrating your achievements, big and small. It could be a birthday. It could be creating a new habit or reaching a goal. And let’s not, of course, forget those mini milestones along the way. And the surprises. Those strange and wonderful things that make for good stories. Life is all about s…
 
I chat with energy healer Martha Nicholson about what it means to live an aligned life—mind, body & soul. Martha has 20 years of dedicated study of the body and nervous system, and specialises in a wide range of energy-based treatments, including craniosacral therapy. If you’re at all skeptical about energy healing, Martha has a wonderful perspecti…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Professor Ryan Ko about the prospects and risks of cyber autonomy. Programs and systems are being developed that automate cyber defence, allowing them to self-discover, prove and correct software vulnerabilities at real-time. Some are even capable of doing more than defending, but can also attack other …
 
It’s story time… Let’s explore the joy of nature and its power to refresh and restore. Yes, and that glorious feeling of spring! The sounds and smells and essence of spring. So, wherever you are in the world, whether you’re surrounded by cityscapes or green space or desert or mountains… Whether or not you have easy access to nature from the place y…
 
As my client Charlotte Fairbairn found, it’s easy to justify keeping almost anything. That’s where digging deeper with a KonMari consultant really helps. ✨ I guided Charlotte through the full KonMari Marathon back in 2020—yes, right before the pandemic hit the UK. So, before returning to more original podcast content next week, here’s one final bla…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Scott Wilkie about the infrastructure of the internet. They discuss how we should think about its physical and software components, and why getting the framing right is key to regulating it. They also address what sort of interventions should be made by Governments, including if and how the military sho…
 
This feels like the right time to re-release an old favourite: my interview with novelist Tracy Chevalier, recorded back when this podcast was still in single digits! And yes, I spoke with Tracy’s husband, Jonathan Drori, just last week in the episode about plants, sustainable living and being multi-passionate. Here’s hoping you enjoy this blast fr…
 
Jonathan Drori is multi-passionate in the fullest sense of the word. His interests and expertise span everything from engineering to science and education, documentary filmmaking and writing books to being on the boards of Raspberry Pi and the Eden Project. He’s also an ambassador for the Woodland Trust and WWF. You’ll hear how plants gave Jon a li…
 
In this episode, Dr Eve Massingham talks with Dr Simon McKenzie to talk about how some of the fundamental categories of IHL are challenged by cyber operations. In particular, the concepts of ‘objects’ and ‘attacks’, with their apparent focus on physicality, are hard to fit with the intangible elements of cyberspace. They explore this issue by consi…
 
Today’s deep-dive episode focuses on the change of season. It’s time for a spring clean, KonMari style! 🌱 And, no, a spring clean shouldn’t take you a month to complete. You can do it in a day. Spring Clean Your Home in 5 Steps 1. Greet your home If greeting your home feels a bit too new agey for you, let’s look at it a different way… How do you wa…
 
To celebrate a special opportunity that only comes once a year, this episode is all about taking action. There is a very time-sensitive opportunity here! A programme that opens up once a year. A programme I believe in that even changed the course of my life. And doors close TODAY, Tuesday 6th April. ⚡️ TAKE ACTION & Learn more about Impacting Milli…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Associate Professor Emily Crawford about the Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques – known as the ENMOD Convention. This Convention – adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1976 and ratified by 78 States – prohibits weaponising the nat…
 
Hello lovely listeners, I’d like to offer you something a bit different this week. Inspired by last week’s episode, I’ve just done my own fearless thing and entered ALSO in PINK in the British Podcast Awards. ⚡️ I entered in three categories… Best New Podcast, Best Wellbeing Podcast and Best Lockdown Podcast. And I’d love to share my official award…
 
Success & business coach Dijana Llugolli helps female entrepreneurs unlock their potential so they can focus on giving their best and outsourcing the rest. To be more without doing more. And when she’s not coaching and teaching, Dijana interviews fearless people around the world. This episode has a lot of laughs, and you’ll hear Dijana’s story of s…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Julia Sluspka about how the metaphors we use to understand cyberspace impact on how we imagine it should be regulated. They discuss the ways in which the conceptualisation of cyberspace is contested. Is it like spatial territory? Are states engaged in cyber war? Or is it like an ecosystem, or infrastruc…
 
Does publicity feel like it’s something for other people? People who appear on the cover of glossy magazines like Vogue. People who get interviewed by Oprah. People who are featured in places like Entrepreneur, Fast Company and Forbes. If you dream of landing media coverage, but just can’t seem to find the time (or the support) to get it, you’re in…
 
Roya Hekmatpanah is the mindfulness and yoga teacher behind All Humanity. She is passionate about helping driven professionals to achieve success without sacrificing their wellbeing. So, is mindfulness just a buzzword? Or is it something with the power to transform our workplace and our lives? This episode has a lot of laughs, and you’re in for a t…
 
In this episode, Dr Eve Massingham talks with Dr Cordula Droege about some of the challenges new technologies pose to international humanitarian law. They discuss nuclear weapons, autonomous weapons systems, cyber operations, and the importance of carrying out weapon reviews. They also consider some of the uses of technology for humanitarian purpos…
 
This month’s questions have a lot to do with bringing in positive energy. Even if you’re smack dab in the middle of a pandemic, you can still take action. You can get back your mojo—if it’s taken a little holiday in the sun without you. 🏝☀️ Take time to reflect on how you (really) want to live. Learn from Experts My amazing mentor Selena Soo is an …
 
Be kind and sparkle! ✨ Breast cancer survivor & life coach Penny Casselman has a spark all her own. We talk life, boobs, craft cocktails and how to best support loved ones going through a personal trauma. A heartwarming episode with lots of laughs. 💗 Penny’s Links Website: pennycasselman.com Instagram: @penny_casselman Facebook: penny.casselman Pin…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Dr Samuli Haataja about countermeasures in cyberspace. The right to countermeasures is a mechanism in international law that allows States to take action when they have suffered an international wrong. Some of features of cyberspace challenge this well-established body of rules, and it may need to chang…
 
And now for something a bit more personal. I’m going to tell you a story—my story. How I went from struggling freelance musician, failed entrepreneur and unhappy employee to finding my purpose and my people. And, yes, I got featured in Forbes within 5 months of launching my business. I hope my story inspires you to say YES to putting yourself out t…
 
Madeleine Easton is an entrepreneur—the artistic director of her own ensemble, Bach Akademie Australia—and a violinist whose first love is the music of J.S. Bach. Madeleine also knows how to boogie. She has a background in dance and isn’t afraid to break out the shoulder pads and 80s dance moves. We chat about a wide range of topics, from the impor…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Rhiannon Neilsen and Karine Pontbriand on the role of militaries in defending against cyber operations. They argue that the vulnerability of critical infrastructure of many States to cyber operations - particularly due to privatisation - means that militaries need to step up their contribution to cyber …
 
This month’s questions have a lot to do with getting yourself out there. If you’re self-employed, run your own business or want to work for yourself, this episode is for you. Hear how you can learn from past failures, explore new career paths and leverage the power of publicity. Download your free 2021 publicity calendar now. Learn from Experts My …
 
Pilates and dance instructor Heather Craig trained at the Royal Academy of Dance and The Rambert School, and she’s co-founder of Moving Stories Dance Company. Heather is an experienced pilates instructor and also teaches adult ballet. And you’re in for a treat. This episode is a bit more interactive. You’ll have a chance to do some lovely stretchin…
 
In this episode, Dr Rain Liivoja talks to Professor Michael Schmitt about the Tallinn Manuals on the law applicable to cyber operations. They discuss the impetus for the manuals, their drafting process, some of the main findings and the reception by states and scholars. They also talk about the plans for Tallinn Manual 3.0. Professor Michael N Schm…
 
Today’s deep-dive episode focuses on New Year’s resolutions. Should you make them and how can you keep them? And what’s the one New Year’s resolution we should (really) all make? It’s All About SMART Goals S for Specific. Don’t leave any room for misinterpretation. Instead of the generic: I want to get fit, try something more specific, like: I want…
 
Actor Simon Paisley Day is credited in over 100 stage, film, television and radio productions. From Private Lives on Broadway, with Kim Cattrall, to numerous Shakespeare plays, TV shows – including The Crown, Doctor Who and Midsomer Murders – and feature films like the most recent Star Wars movie: The Rise of Skywalker. Join me as we pull back the …
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Dr Natalia Jevglevskaja about the obligation to review new weapons found in Article 36 of Additional Protocol 1 to the Geneva Conventions. They discuss what the weapons review obligation requires, the kinds of technologies it applies to, and the different approaches states take to fulfilling the obligat…
 
This month’s questions cover a lot of ground. They range from practical to fun, and even a bit silly. We explore staying positive in the face of uncertainty. I have actionable tips for how to (finally) get your email inbox under control. And, yes, you can even KonMari your pets. 🐱🐾 Sign up for Alexandria’s Digital Cleanse The ALSO in PINK Digital C…
 
To celebrate all my delightful guests, I’m doing a final roundup episode to wind up the year. You’ll hear highlights from our conversations and, yes, there are certain themes that crop up, like storytelling and style. We discuss the importance of an audience – from writing novels to performing live on stage. Guests reflect on how the pandemic has p…
 
This Christmas story has a special place in my heart. My Mom read it aloud to me every Christmas Eve throughout my childhood. It perfectly captures the anticipation, the sparkle and delight of Christmas. So, grab your mug of cocoa (or glass of sherry). It's time to enjoy Clement Clark Moore's 'Twas The Night Before Christmas 🎄 Wishing you a very Ha…
 
To celebrate all my delightful guests, I’m doing a couple roundup episodes to wind up the year. You’ll hear highlights from our conversations and, yes, there are certain themes that crop up, one of which is a love of plants. 🌿 We also chat about art and design, limiting beliefs, and, of course, the importance of self-care. This episode features: Mu…
 
In this episode, Dr Eve Massingham talks to Professor Jason Scholz and Associate Professor Simon Ng about the development of new military technology. They talk about the key areas of current investments, how the game is changing, and where the future might take us. They also discuss the recent investments Australia has made into autonomous systems,…
 
Fashion has always been an important part of Kerry’s life. She left her corporate sales job to pursue a career she loves. And, yes, she has always loved clothes! Personal styling felt like the perfect fit. Kerry Cordero is on a mission to show people, one beautiful outfit at a time, how to dress with purpose and live a life of intention and dreamin…
 
This month’s questions bring up some important social issues of our times. Social media addiction is real. And it’s time to take back control. This Ask Alexandria episode discusses some of the key social dilemmas of our times, including our relationship with fast fashion. And, yes, you can KonMari your plants. But have you ever heard of a plant thr…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Dr Tim McFarland about autonomy in weapons systems: what it is, why it is important, and how it should be understood for the purpose of the law of armed conflict. They talk about the meaning of 'autonomy', and how the concept is used in the context of weapons systems, and what gets lost in debate about …
 
Ever felt overworked and emotionally spent? Desperate to quit your job, find more time and emotional freedom? Corporate workaholic & multiple-six-figure earner, turned entrepreneur, Apryl Thatch can relate. And she has quite a story to tell. Hear how Apryl beat the odds, became a multiple-six-figure earner, fled her corporate job and found her true…
 
Welcome to the first deep-dive episode. This is an opportunity to go all-in on a particular topic. I’ll highlight a specific aspect of the KonMari Method or something to do with style. Today, we’re focusing on the kitchen. With Thanksgiving just a couple days away and Christmas not so far behind, we are officially entering holiday season. ✨ Benefit…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie is joined by Dr Eve Massingham and Associate Professor Rain Liivoja to grapple with the findings of the Brereton Report. The report is shocking: it found credible evidence of 39 murders of civilians and prisoners by, or on the instructions of, members of the Australian special forces which were then covered up. Si…
 
In this episode Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Dr Anna Hood and Dr Monique Cormier to discuss the attempt to ban the most destructive weapons in the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty. They talk about how the treaty works, who has signed up, and the value of the treaty given that no nuclear weapon states have signed up. They also explore its history, and how…
 
Recreational therapist Shaunna Nordstrom has worked in residential treatment centres, mental & behavioural hospitals and rehab facilities. She provided services to patients of all ages before leaving the profession to become a full-time mom. We discuss the importance of self-care and Shaunna reveals how her background in recreational therapy has he…
 
Episode 12. Today we’re shifting gears a bit. This episode is all about you! Each month I do a special Ask Alexandria episode, where I answer your questions about life, KonMari and style. This month’s questions are wide-ranging. There’s a lot about the KonMari Method – from how to clear your cluttered, unruly computer desktop to having a fridge ful…
 
In this episode, Isabelle Peart talks with Dr Eve Massingham about the operation of weapons law in armed conflict. They talk about the definition of a 'weapon', and how international law regulates them in two ways: prohibitions on specific weapons, and general prohibitions covering weapons that have certain effects. They also talk about the role th…
 
Beatrice Larkin designs the most gorgeous woven fabrics, characterised by her inky line drawings & broken geometrics. She works with a mill in Lancashire, England, to weave textiles made from the finest merino yarn. These are then sold as throws, cushions and fabric by the metre. Beatrice sells online, to retailers such as Heal’s, MADE.com and the …
 
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