-Il y a 19 ans, le soulèvement de Kanehsatake
-caravane collectif Dignidad Migrante, en coalition avec le Centre
des Travailleurs et Travailleuses Immigrant(e)s pour Noe Artegas Santos. M. Santos, employé dans une serre Savoura comme travailleur agricole temporaire a été rapatrié pour avoir dénoncé les abus de droits humains et non-respect du contrat de travail par son employeur et le syndicat. Il dénonce les conditions injustes du contrat, premier d’une longue série dee travailleurs et travailleuses rapatriÉes a revenir pour défendre ses droit et sa dignité
CKUT’s Laurin Liu spoke with Sandra Cuffe on Wednesday.
Sandra Cuffe is an activist working with Rights Action in Honduras, accompanying community-based organizations and working on human rights and global issues.
Interview pt.1 (7:55) — to listen, click HERE
Interview pt.2 (24:30) — to listen, click HERE
Jan Gehl, Danish professor, architect, urban designer, and consultant spoke at McGill University on the topic of livable cities at a talk put together by Montreal’s Urban Ecology Centre. The inspiring talk focused on creating high quality urban public spaces by prioritizing people, specifically pedestrians and cyclists over cars in city centres. Drawing from his long career of experience in cities all over the world, including his home city of Copenhagen, in London, New York, Melbourne and others, Gehl illustrated how gradual, incremental improvements are central to creating people cities.
His ‘one stone, five bird’ policy seeks to prioritize people and thereby make cities more lively, more attractive, safer, more sustainable, and healthier. According to Gehl, the key, on the political side, is data, namely systematic documentation of urban spaces, gradual improvements, and documentation of results. This empowers decision-makers to move forward on policies to make cities ever-more people-friendly. On the side of public use and involvement, Gehl says the key is quality and to make spaces inviting, obvious, and irresistible for walking and cycling. Discussion of the talk on CKUT and the full lecture audio is available below.
The full introduction, lecture, and question period is posted here in the first audio player below. The discussion on CKUT’s Ecolibrium is available on the second player below and was broadcast on Tuesday, July 7, 2009.