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CAFÉ DEMOCRÁTICO é um podcast sobre Direito Constitucional, Direitos Fundamentais e Democracia. Em tempos sombrios, falar sobre, e difundir ideias que reforcem a necessidade de respeito a conquistas civilizatórias mínimas é tarefa fundamental. É com essa intenção que Paulo Ricardo Schier (UNIBRASIL), Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto (UNIBRASIL) e Helô Câmara (UFPR) convidam a todos para tomar um café e curtir uma conversa regada a valores democráticos.
 
What does it take to make democracy work? The Rules of the Game podcast discusses and compares democratic institutions from around the world. Institutions are the rules of the game of our societies that direct our everyday lives in fundamental ways. They determine whether we live in a free or repressed society – whether we can make our voices heard. Researchers, grass-roots political activists and politicians will join me on this journey of dissecting the struggle for fair representation in ...
 
Weekly radio show from the Democratic Socialists of America in NYC, recorded live at WBAI 99.5 in Brooklyn NY, Wednesday @ 9pm EST. Listen and call-in! Our vision for a democratic socialist future, from the minds and hearts of organizers fighting every day in NYC. Hear the latest news, analysis, and organizing experience from our members and partners and learn how to be part of a revolutionary political moment. Join the movement at socialists.nyc!
 
The Listen, Organize, Act podcast focuses on the history and contemporary practice of community organizing and democratic politics. Alongside this specific focus are two others: the first is to explore how organizing connects democracy and religion, particularly at a local level; the second is to explore the visions and practices that shape small 'd,' participatory democratic politics. The name of the podcast reflects these concerns. Through a series of conversations with folk who live and b ...
 
Humanity is under serious threat. Individual identity and privacy is dead. Law in every jurisdiction has failed to provide security to identity of individual in Cyber age. Such is the failure of Governmental and democratic and corporate systems that even elections and electoral proceses are not secured. Not even a single election held at any level any part of the world is secure. Elections are easily manipulated with investments at fraction of costs. Election and electoral processes and syst ...
 
The SmartAlec Podcast is your regular update on Colorado politics. House Speaker Alec Garnett has teamed up with the Get More Smarter Podcast hosts, seasoned politicos Jason Bane of ColoradoPols.com and Ian Silverii of ProgressNow Colorado, to talk through the most newsworthy issues of the day. In a news cycle too often dominated by distant stories in Washington DC, The SmartAlec Podcast keeps you informed on the local Colorado issues that affect you the most. Check out the full episodes of ...
 
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Tonight we're joined live by the NewsGuild of New York's Chris Brooks and Stephanie Basile, two labor organizers on the front lines of some of today’s most exciting worker-led campaigns. We’ll be discussing trends in labor organizing, as seen in groundbreaking victories from workers at Amazon, Starbucks, Apple Stores, Trader Joe’s, and many more. W…
 
This two-part episode discusses the work of Saul Alinsky, the “dean of community organizing” and the different traditions and influences that shaped his democratic vision. The key texts discussed are his two books: “Reveille for Radicals” published in 1946, and his more well known latter book, “Rules for Radicals,” written in 1971. In this second p…
 
Since Hugo Chávez came to power in the presidential election in 1998, Venezuela has experienced a staggering democratic erosion, with increasing levels of repression. As soon as Chávez assumed office, he initiated the writing of a new constitution through a controversial process that was approved by citizens in two referendums, yet with very low tu…
 
Olá, pessoal! Este episódio é o terceiro da série CAFÉ FUNDAMENTAL, que consiste em um breve e introdutório curso sobre Teoria dos Direitos Fundamentais. No episódio de hoje, Paulo Ricardo Schier apresenta o conceito de GERAÇÕES DE DIREITOS FUNDAMENTAIS e fala sobre o processo histórico de afirmação desses direitos. O Café Democrático é um podcast …
 
No episódio de hoje da série "Café com Pesquisa", Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto dá continuidade às explicações do pensamento de Karl Popper. O Café Democrático é um podcast conduzido por Paulo Ricardo Schier (UniBrasil), Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto (UniBrasil) e Helô Câmara (UFPR). A edição é de Paulo Ricardo Schier. Contato para sugestões e críticas: cafe…
 
From New York to Los Angeles and everywhere in between socialists have been winning in local, state, and federal elections. Daniel and Mike from the National Electoral Committee join us to discuss recent victories, upcoming campaigns, and the challenges faced by the ascendent socialist movement in the years to come.…
 
Tonight we’re joined live by Michaelangelo Pomarico, an organizer with Mid Hudson Valley DSA and the Public Power New York Coalition who has devoted a lot of time over the last several months organizing to elect Sarahana Shrestha, a DSA endorsed candidate for the New York Assembly. Michaelaneglo will share how Sarahana’s insurgent campaign in the H…
 
This two-part episode discusses the work of Saul Alinsky, the “dean of community organizing,” and the different traditions and influences that shaped his democratic vision. The key texts discussed are his two books: “Reveille for Radicals” published in 1946, and his more well known later book, “Rules for Radicals,” written in 1971. In this first pa…
 
Olá, pessoal! Este é o episódio 36 do Café Democrático, onde Paulo Ricardo Schier, Bruno Lorenzetto e Helo Câmara conversam sobre SEGURANÇA PÚBLICA NA CONSTITUIÇÃO DE 1988. O que a Constituição Federal fala sobre segurança pública? O que é segurança pública? Quais as atribuições da União Federal, dos Estados e dos Municípios nessa matéria? Qual a d…
 
With Jed Atkins, I discuss Thucydides understanding of politics, how he has shaped the history of political thought, and the context for him writing "The History of the Peloponnesian War." We then focus on a passage from "The History" known as the Athenian-Melian dialog, reflecting together on the ways this dialogue frames the relationship between …
 
Olá, pessoal! Este episódio é o segundo da série CAFÉ FUNDAMENTAL, que consiste em um breve curso introdutório sobre Teoria dos Direitos Fundamentais. No episódio de hoje, Paulo Ricardo Schier apresenta o conceito de cláusula de abertura dos direitos fundamentais e fala sobre a importância de reconhecimento de direitos fundamentais em tratados inte…
 
Na continuidade da série "Café com Pesquisa", Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto explica as ideias centrais do pensamento de Karl Popper. O Café Democrático é um podcast conduzido por Paulo Ricardo Schier (UniBrasil), Bruno Meneses Lorenzetto (UniBrasil) e Helô Câmara (UFPR). A edição é de Paulo Ricardo Schier. Contato para sugestões e críticas: cafedemorati…
 
A brief introduction to the new season of the Listen, Organize, Act! Podcast. This season explores the people, texts, and ideas that organizers have turned to again and again to inspire shared action and explain the meaning, purpose, and character of democratic politics. I start the series with an episode on the ancient Greek historian, Thucydides.…
 
Olá, pessoal! Este episódio abre a série CAFÉ FUNDAMENTAL, que consiste em um breve curso introdutório sobre Teoria dos Direitos Fundamentais. No episódio de hoje, Paulo Ricardo Schier apresenta o conceito de direitos fundamentais e as consequências de se rotular um direito com o adjetivo de "fundamental". O Café Democrático é um podcast conduzido …
 
Turkey has experienced a severe erosion of democratic principles. Democratic institutions have been changed, the media heavily influenced and controlled by government forces, and opposition politicians are intimidated and persecuted. With Esra İşsever-Ekinci I discuss Turkey's democratic backsliding. She explains what steps the governing Justice an…
 
We’re coming to the end of Pride Month amidst an environment of escalating attacks from the right on queer and trans people. Tonight, we speak to two grassroots organizers working on self-defense programs for queer, trans, and people of color in NYC and the Bay Area. We hear from Kenji of Soar Over Hate and DJ Guerrilla Pump of We Are The Ones We’v…
 
Pessoal, estão com saudades de nossa Café Democrático com maior regularidade? Então temos novidades para vocês. A partir dessa semana o Café Democrático iniciará uma experiência para se transformar em um canal mais amplo. Projeto ousado e com sonhos grandes, pois acreditamos que ideais também movem e transformam o mundo. Para começar, iremos desdob…
 
For the first time in the nation’s history, the Colombian people have elected a leftist to the presidency. Gustavo Petro defeated far-right populist, Rodolfo Hernández. The former guerilla has pledged to challenge economic inequality and fight climate change by transforming the country’s energy system. What does this victory mean for socialism in L…
 
Brazil’s democratic journey has been one of great hopes and progress, yet also one of disappointments and distrust in democratic institutions. Brazil is a vast country of 214 million people, organized in a federation of 26 states and the Federal District of Brasilia. Using a bicameral system, the Chamber of Deputies represents the people, while the…
 
The elected officials of New York State ended their legislative session in Albany on June 2nd. They are headed home for the summer after failing to secure the rights of tenants or meeting New York state’s climate goals, refusing to pass Good Cause Eviction and the Build Public Renewables Act. What happened? To try and answer this and more, we bring…
 
Hola! Ritorniamo dopo quasi quattro mesi di stop per un brutto infortunio al crociato per parlare dei cinque quesiti referendari in base ai quali si voterà il 12 giugno, li abbiamo esaminati non molto approfonditamente, ma volevamo darvi giusto un'idea se andare a votare o meno. Se ascoltate questa puntata al contrario sentirete...il rumore...del m…
 
This week marks both the 13th anniversary of the assassination of beloved abortion provider and patients’ rights advocate Dr. George Tiller by an anti-abortion extremist, and the second anniversary of the peoples’ uprising against NYPD sparked by the police murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and many many more. Although the official Supreme C…
 
The two-round presidential elections in France back in April created lots of discussions in the media and widespread concerns that a right-wing candidate, Marine Le Pen, would rise to power. Yet, Emmanuel Macron prevailed in the second round with 58% of the vote. Very soon, on June 12th and 19th, voters in France are going to the polls to elect the…
 
On June 2, the legislative session will end in New York State and elected officials will head home for the summer. And in typical Albany fashion, the fight to pass the most transformational bills is coming down to the wire. Tonight, we continue our series of interviews with the DSA for the Many slate of candidates with Vanessa Agudelo, who is joini…
 
The draft of the new constitution of Chile is now published. The constitutional convention met for the first time on 4 July 2021 and has now completed a draft constitution that the people of Chile will vote on in September 2022. It has been a process of inspiration and hope, but also of controversies, and especially of hard constitutional work. Wit…
 
Amazon Labor Union scored a big victory for the labor movement last month when organized workers overwhelmingly won an NLRB election at a Staten Island Amazon facility. Yet most of Amazon and the private sector in general remains unorganized. Despite a valiant effort, ALU’s next attempt at a different Amazon facility failed. What is to be done? Bri…
 
Neste Episódio 35, Paulo Ricardo Schier, Bruno Lorenzetto e Helô Câmara conversam sobre a emergência da extrema direita no Brasil e os impactos de suas práticas políticas no processo eleitoral que se aproxima. Paulo Ricardo Schier é Doutor em Direito Constitucional pela UFPR e Professor do PPGD em Direitos Fundamentais e Democracia do Centro Univer…
 
What most people think of when they hear deliberative democracy probably are citizens’ assemblies. Deliberation is the process of thoughtfully discussing a specific topic, weighing different options, and using logic and reason to form opinions within a group, that then may lead to a decision or consensus. With Ian O’Flynn, I discuss various forms o…
 
Tonight we’re continuing our series of interviews with the DSA For the Many Slate and are joined live by Kristen Gonzalez, a tech worker and community organizer running for State Senate District 17. District 17 might be a new district spanning from Woodside, Queens to Greenpoint, Brooklyn - but that depends on the courts. We’ll talk to Kristen abou…
 
International Workers’ Day is right around the corner on May 1, and this year it comes among a huge upswell of worker-run unionism and labor militancy. From Delta Airlines to Amazon and Starbucks to local shops like Film Forum here in NYC, workers are coming together and fighting for their rights on the job. Here at Revolutions per Minute, we are o…
 
Federalism is power-sharing among regions and the central government of a country. It is the vertical division of power. It’s a joint agreement of regions, of states, of communities, that leaves the subnational governments the choice and possibility to find their own appropriate, tailor-made governance solutions for its communities. Federalism can …
 
Tonight we are joined live from New Jersey by Chigozie Onyema, a North New Jersey DSA endorsed candidate for City Council in Newark. We will also be speaking to Rebecca Martinez and Julian Mesri from the Radical Theatre collective about their production of Songs About Trains. We also caught up with State Senator Julia Salazar to talk to her about t…
 
Em nosso Episódio 34, Paulo Ricardo Schier, Bruno Lorenzetto e Helô Câmara conversam sobre o art. 4, da Constituição Federal de 1988 e os princípios que regem o Brasil nas relações internacionais. Paulo Ricardo Schier é Doutor em Direito Constitucional pela UFPR e Professor do PPGD em Direitos Fundamentais e Democracia do Centro Universitário UNIBR…
 
Women in Switzerland lacked direct political power until 1971. Up until then, women didn’t have the right to vote and the right to be elected – at least the national level –, despite efforts to introduce women’s suffrage that had started already a hundred years earlier. Yet, once full political rights were obtained, women used the available politic…
 
Tonight we’ll continue our series of interviews with the DSA For The Many Slate with David Alexis, a rideshare driver, working class father and climate organizer who is running to represent Senate District 21 in Flatbush, Brooklyn Many began 2022 with some hope that with Andrew Cuomo out of office, New York might finally be able to pass a state bud…
 
Kenya’s 2010 constitution introduced substantial changes to the vertical allocation of political power that has been exercised at two tiers of government since then: the central government and the 47 counties. Despite the devolution of many of Kenya's government functions, the country is organized as a unitary state, and hence county governments ar…
 
We spoke with a Starbucks worker-organizer from Buffalo, NY back in January here on RPM, and since that time the fight has only gotten hotter. As of today, over 170 Starbucks locations in 27 states have filed for elections with the National Labor Relations Board – including several right here in New York City! With union victories in Buffalo, Arizo…
 
Tonight we’re joined live in the studio by Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard and Jacob Clary, organizers from NYC-DSA’s Socialist Drug Politics Organizing Committee. We discuss the class politics of drug use, overdose prevention centers AKA safe injection sites, and much more. Learn how the transformative perspective of socialist drug politics offers differ…
 
The Swiss Federal Council is a 7-member council that constitutes the executive branch of government. Instead of concentrating power in one person only, as in a presidential system, power is shared among 7 people, the members of the council who are also ministers of the government departments. The 7 Federal Councillors are elected by the joint-sessi…
 
After three long weeks, Putin’s war with Ukraine has devastated the region with mass shellings of Ukrainian towns and villages, and bombings that have included hospitals and kindergartens. All of this has been under the banal guise of a [quote] “special military operation”, words which ring hollow to any Leftist familiar with the lies of Imperial P…
 
Torniamo dopo un paio di mesi di stop per un infortunio alla postproduzione per presentare l'opera del deus ex machina dell'universo podcast Fenomeno, cioè Emanuele Atturo che ha pubblicato per 66thand2nd il libro "Roger Federer è esistito davvero" all'autore abbiamo fatto un po' di domande sulla sua opera, ma abbiamo anche cercato di capire dove s…
 
Tonight on RPM we continue our series of conversations with DSA’s 2022 For The Many candidate slate with Illapa Sairitupac. Illapa is social worker and climate organizer who has been endorsed by NYC-DSA for Assembly District 65, a Lower East Side district once held by the notorious Sheldon Silver. We’ll talk to Illapa about running a campaign for w…
 
What are political institutions and how did they evolve over time? In this episode I tell the story of how small, local societies based on kin were integrated into monarchies, and then finally made the transition to democracy. First though, I comment on the devastating, barbaric attack by Putin on Ukraine. This is not only an insane assault on the …
 
The specter and reality of war haunts humanity. The imperialist expansion of NATO and right-wing Russian nationalism continue to escalate tensions in the Ukraine, where CIA backed fascist paramilitaries roam the streets. While Russian invasion would prove devastating for the workers of the world, further US intervention would only make things worse…
 
Considered on its own, the New York Police Department is in the top ten largest armies in the world. Why? As working-class New Yorkers struggle to stay fed and safely housed, the NYPD enjoys nearly unlimited resources and sees no issue with using those resources to oppress and surveil the city’s population. On tonight's show, we speak to Khalil fro…
 
Presidentialism and parliamentarism are the two main forms of government used around the world. Yet, what are the characteristics and problems with these systems and may there exist other forms of government that combine the benefits of both systems – ensuring the separation of powers and avoiding executive personalism? One answer is semi-parliamen…
 
Yesterday two very different visions for the future of New York’s energy system were presented at a marathon 12+ hour long budget hearing on environmental conservation. On one hand, New York’s regulators argued to stay the course and continue to let the market and capital be the primary drivers of building renewable energy, despite the state having…
 
Starting late last year in Buffalo, NY, a union wave has spread all over the country as workers at an ever-increasing number of Starbucks coffee shops are getting organized and making demands on their boss and on the multi-national corporation that employs them. This movement is gaining speed every day - and to help us understand what’s going on fr…
 
Taiwan’s democratic and economic development have been truly remarkable. In the process its direct democratic institutions have become a pivotal political tool for the citizen to guide major political decisions. With Yen-Tu Su I discuss the astounding development of Taiwan’s direct democracy since its early days, and its crucial revisions and impro…
 
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