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Remarques de Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois sur PLQ

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La Presse

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En Profondeur vous présente les commentaires de Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois lors du plus récent lancement de livre de Naomi Klein, auteur de The Shock Doctrine, qui vient de publier, cette fois-ci, un livre qui jette un regard sur la crise climatique par rapport au capitalisme. À cet égard, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois a eu l’occasion publique de donner son avis envers la politique québécoise. Son discours porte sur le Parti Libéral du Québec qu’il signale d’avoir choisi l’austérité comme programme et la confrontation comme stratégie. Cela date du 16 septembre 2014.

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Entrevue avec Amnistie Internationale sur la torture au Mexique

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Amnistie Internationale a lancé un nouveau rapport à propos de l’augmentation spectaculaire et dramatique de la torture et des autres formes de mauvais traitements au Mexique. Leila Lemghalef s’est entretenue avec la Directrice générale pour Amnistie Internationale Canada Francophone, Béatrice Vaugrante, pour en apprendre davantage.

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Chronique Délit à McGill

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Écoutez la chronique hebdomadaire du Délit à McGill du 22 septembre 2014!

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Apatrides Anonymes

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À En Profondeur nous avons eu en studio Apatrides Anonymes pour discuter d’un an de grève des détenus de Lindsay, la psychose autour des jeunes canadiens embrigadés dans les groupes islamistes et le naufrage d’un bateau de réfugiés qui a fait 500 morts à la mi-septembre.

 

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Climate justice march!

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Find out the who, what, where, when, and why of the largest climate justice march in history! The massive movement to protect the Earth took place September 21, 2014 and coincided with world leaders descending on the UN for the 2014 Climate Summit. Brought to you by the Monday Morning After show, and produced by Sara Sauer and Tatiana Dessy. Also featuring a live performance from La Chorale du Peuple!

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Entrevue avec Dominique Peschard, Président, Ligue des droits et libertés, sur l’abandon des poursuites contre les 518 manifestants

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Le Figaro
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La Ville de Montréal vient de renoncer aux poursuites contre 518 manifestants arrêtés lors des évènements du 23 et 24 mai 2012. La Ligue des droits et libertés, affilié à la Fédération internationale des ligues des droits de l’homme, milite pour les droits des individus ciblés, arrêtés et détenus de façon qu’elle décrit illégale. Dominique Peschard est président de la Ligue des droits et libertés et Leila Lemghalef de l’émission En Profondeur l’a interviewé.

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Entrevue avec Alyssa Symons-Bélanger de Camp Ligne 9

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La société pétrolière Enbridge met en place l’infrastructure pour l’inversion du flux de l’écoulement du pétrole du Pipeline 9. La canalisation du Pipeline 9 se passera donc dorénavant de direction Ontario Québec, destination, raffineries à Pointe-aux-Trembles Montréal. Une coalition de citoyens contre cet avis s’organise en communauté aux Laurentides pour s’unir en faveur des alternatives de vie, et avec l’espoir de bloquer le développement du Pipeline 9. Pour En Profondeur, Leila Lemghalef a parlé à Alyssa Symons-Bélanger, coorganisatrice du camp autogéré, Camp Ligne 9.

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Naomi Klein Book Talk in Montreal – “This Changes Everything: Capitalism Vs. the Climate”

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Naomi Klein was in Montreal on September 16, 2014 to launch her new book, “This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate” at the Imperial Theatre. The event was organized by Riccochet Media, and recorded by CKUT Radio.

For more information on her new book, or to order a copy, visit:

http://www.thischangeseverything.org

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CKUT’s Palestine Solidarity Sessions Available for Download and Re-broadcast!

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CKUT Palestine Solidarity Sessions – Available for download and re-broadcast!
 

In the wake of this summer’s Gaza massacre, CKUT produced a series of in-depth interviews with Palestinians and their allies. We interviewed academics, journalists, artists, actors, record labels, graphic designers and asked them one important question: “What can ordinary people do to prevent future massacres in Palestine, and take a stand for justice?”. 

 

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Interview with Jethro Tulin

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Jethro Tulin, an indigenous activist from Papua New Guinea, was in Canada last week to speak out against a recent spike in human rights abuses attributed to a Canadian barrick gold mine in his local community. He stopped by CKUT September 12, 2014. He has waged an international battle against Barrick Gold, a Canadian company, for over a decade. He was in Canada to speak with government officials and to raise concerns about a recent spike in human rights violations in his home community. CKUT’s Aaron Lakoff sat down with Jethro last Friday. Here is their conversation!

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Interview with Naomi Sayers from South Western Ontario Sex Workers

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On September 10, 2014, witnesses appeared before Senate to argue against Bill C-36, which is under study and which, if enacted in its entirety, would criminalize prostitution. CKUT’s Leila Lemghalef interviewed Naomi Sayers on September 10, 2014. Sayers submitted a brief to Senate, the introduction of which is quoted below.

 

#c36 Brief to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs | Kwe Today:

“My name is Naomi Sayers, founder of South Western Ontario Sex Workers (SWOSW) who is a member of the Canadian Alliance for Sex Work Law Reform. I am an Indigenous woman and former sex worker from Northern Ontario with experience in working in both Northern and Southern Ontario. Both as an individual and as a member of SWOSW and Canadian Alliance for Sex Work Law Form, I will make it clear from the outset: Bill C-36 will create more harms in the lives of sex workers, especially Indigenous sex workers or sex workers in Northern parts of Canada. As a result, I do not support Bill C-36 or the use of other criminal laws that target sex work.”
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Palestine

Palestine Solidarity Sessions: Hind Awwad

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Hind Awwad is the former coordinator of the Boycott National Committee (BNC) in Palestine, and is currently working with the Coalition Against Israeli Apartheid (CAIA) in Toronto. CKUT spoke with her for the Palestine Solidarity Sessions about how people can get involved in the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, and how we can build winning campaigns in the wake of this summer’s Gaza massacre.

For more info about CKUT’s Palestine Solidarity sessions, click here.

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Sex worker press conference

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Supporters of the health, wellbeing and rights of sex workers reexpressed their concerns about Bill C36. They added to their arguments that the House of Commons’ Justice Committee hearings this summer sidelined the voices of those who oppose the use of criminal law in relation to sex work. Presentations were given by Anna-Aude Caouette and Robyn Maynard from Stella, a sex worker organization for women, Frank Suerich-Gulich, from ASTTEQ, Claude Poisson, from Rézo, travailleurs du sexe, Chantal Montmorency, and Viviane Namaste, with Concordia University’s Simone de Beauvoir Institute.

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Palestine

Palestine Solidarity Sessions – Omar Barghouti and the Academic Boycott of Israel

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Omar Barghouti is the founder of PACBI, the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, and a long time Palestinian activist based in Jerusalem. He spoke with the Palestine Solidarity Sessions at CKUT about the importance of the academic boycott of Israeli apartheid in the wake of “Operation Protective Edge”, how Israeli academia supports the Israeli military, and some of the links between universities in Canada and Israel.

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http://www.pacbi.org