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Ein neuer Podcast, der aus einer kurdischen (nicht binären) queeren und trans* Perspektive auf die Welt guckt, manchmal sich beschwert, verschiedene Themen behandelt und Menschen einlädt, die wir interessant finden. Manchmal auf Deutsch, manchmal nicht. Viel Spaß!
 
This series hands the microphone to people whose voices don’t often get heard - people now making choices which don’t conform to laws or customs - or whose views have long been disregarded, even censored. Its about communities fighting for basic human rights and its about the diverse tools of their struggles. We discover how women are securing their rights through political protest, we look in detail at women’s reproductive rights and we go into LGBT communities worldwide.
 
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In this episode, we talk to environmental activistsfrom Colombia, Pakistan and Zimbabwe about why the climate crisis is a feministissue and why the climate justice movement must embrace intersectionality inorder to affect more equitable change. We hear why we must do more than justlisten to climate activists calling out the lack of political will t…
 
Deeply intimate questions are often asked of people seeking asylum on the basis of their sexual orientation. Yet, few have ever dared live out their sexuality. This podcast listens to the global experiences of LGBT asylum applicants. Not only do fewer States grant asylum on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity but LGBT applicants str…
 
In this episode, we hear from feminist activists on three continents who, because of the coronavirus pandemic, are relying on social media to push equal rights legislation, focusing on issues that have been exacerbated by SARS-CoV-2. We hear about reduced abortion access from an American reproductive rights organisation that was launched unintentio…
 
As Covid-19 disrupts lives and societies across the globe, we talk to feminist activists about its intersection with gender and race. We hear how they’ve quickly adapted their digital practices, not only to circumvent the limitations of stay-at-home measures, but also as a means to tackle the virus’s impact on existing gender and racial inequalitie…
 
In the third episode of "Punch Up" we are talking about the difficult topic jealousy from a queer and trans bipoc perspect relating to intimate relationships of all forms with our guests Nai and Sofia.How we used to look at it and how we see it today.In this episode of Punch Up we are reflecting on our journey on how we view jealousy and how along …
 
Can economic rights alone bring radical change for women? In this podcast we go to the Middle East and north Africa to discover that real economic empowerment is about so much more than just jobs. It’s about dignity, power and daring to imagine. On a trip across the region we hear from Morocco, Egypt, Lebanon, Tunisia and Jordan. From sextortion to…
 
In dieser zweiten Folge von "Punch Up" reden die Geschwister Mîran Newroz und Ceylan Çelik über das komplizierte, schmerzhafte und lustige zusammen Aufwachsen im NRW der 90er Jahre als Kinder einer kurdisch, alevitischen Famlie.In dieser zweiten Folge von "Punch Up" reden die Geschwister Ceylan Çelik und Mîran Newroz über das komplizierte, schmerzh…
 
Queer and Trans* of color Existenzen in BerlinIn dieser (ersten) Folge von "Punch Up" reden Mîran Newroz und Jin Haritaworn über queer und trans of color sein, Freundschaften, Räume und Aktivismus in Berlin zwischen Anfang 2000er bis heute. Kommt mit an unseren Küchentisch und lasst euch überraschen! :-)Editing: MC JoshMusic: Anthony HüseyinLogo by…
 
LGBT rights worldwide are on a knife-edge. This podcast probes the states taking progressive leaps in LGBT rights alongside the many places where homosexuality is still illegal and transgender people are forced to lead double lives. We go to Brazil for a mass gay wedding hosted in response to the election of President Jair Bolsonaro. We talk to the…
 
Women and girls just want to have fundamental human rights! That’s what we hear in this podcast. Yet many states restrict their reproductive rights and regulate abortion alongside murder in their criminal codes. This podcast takes us to Ireland to find out how they managed to liberalise a very strict 8th amendment. We learn about 11-year old Lucia,…
 
Global female protest is rocking the status quo. Unusually, it's mothers, daughters, even grandmothers coming together and discovering the power of protest, taking to the streets and to social media in unprecedented numbers. This is a podcast about women and their diverse tools of protest which are shifting mindsets and changing laws. We meet an Am…
 
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