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This rousing collection of videos portray the vibrant global movement of movements devoted to environmental health, justice, dignity, diversity, and democracy – to human rights and the rights of nature. It opposes the concentration of wealth and distribution of poverty. It augurs an ecologically literate, just civilization where taking care of nature means taking care of people – and taking care of people means taking care of nature. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of social ...
 
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Nathan-Ross Adams explain the regulatory framework that applies to nudifier apps. We talk about the intersection between image rights and gender-based violence in the cyber space as a result of deepfake technology. Check out Nathan's website http://africantechlawyer.com or visit http://michalsons.com for practical legal solutions. Updates on Image …
 
In this episode I speak to Professor Jennifer Rothman from the University of Pennsylvania, a leading expert on the subject of the Right of Publicity, i.e Image Rights. Check out her website http://www.rightofpublicityroadmap.com and her great book "The Right of Publicity: Privacy Reimagined for a Public World". Updates on Image Rights are published…
 
Not expecting to see the words 'deepfakes' and 'good' in one title? Kelsey Farish, an attorney and deepfakes legal expert from DAC Beachcroft, tells us all about how deepfakes can do good in this episode. Check out her website http://kelseyfarish.com to learn more about deepfakes. Updates on Image Rights are published on social media @irbynmashinin…
 
This episode is about the growing concern of using videos of homeless or destitute people to attract likes and follows on social media. I explain that regardless of social and economic status, everyone has image rights in South Africa. Updates on Image Rights are published on social media @irbynmashinini Facebook https://web.facebook.com/IRbyNMashi…
 
In this episode I discuss deepfakes regulation under the Cybercrimes Bill B6D-2017 in South Africa and the impact of deepfakes on Image Rights. This Bill was signed two days after this episode aired. The relevant law is now the Cybercrimes Act 19 of 2020. Updates on Image Rights are published on social media @irbynmashinini Facebook https://web.fac…
 
In this episode I discuss how deepfakes impact image rights. Updates on Image Rights are published on social media @irbynmashinini Facebook https://web.facebook.com/IRbyNMashinini Twitterhttps://twitter.com/irbynmashinini Instagram https://www.instagram.com/irbynmashinini/ LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/irbynmashinini Email: questions@irbyma…
 
In this episode I reflect on how memes infringe peoples image rights and privacy. I delve into the legal issues that arise in the meme space and the boundaries for meme creation. Updates on Image Rights are published on social media @irbynmashinini Facebook https://web.facebook.com/IRbyNMashinini Twitterhttps://twitter.com/irbynmashinini Instagram …
 
In this episode, I consider how image rights are infringed in traditional marketing and assess how social media marketing might infringe on image rights. Updates on Image Rights are published on social media @irbynmashinini Facebook https://web.facebook.com/IRbyNMashinini Twitterhttps://twitter.com/irbynmashinini Instagram https://www.instagram.com…
 
The episode covers the definition of Image Rights with some examples of cases that have been decided for the protection of Image Rights. Updates on Image Rights are published on social media @irbynmashinini Facebook https://web.facebook.com/IRbyNMashinini Twitterhttps://twitter.com/irbynmashinini Instagram https://www.instagram.com/irbynmashinini/ …
 
This is an introductory episode where I introduce myself, Nomalanga Mashinini, and explain what the podcast is about. Updates on Image Rights are published on social media @irbynmashinini Facebook https://web.facebook.com/IRbyNMashinini Twitterhttps://twitter.com/irbynmashinini Instagram https://www.instagram.com/irbynmashinini/ LinkedIn https://li…
 
Often the same adversaries oppose women’s, anti-racist, environmental, peace, human rights, indigenous, sexual liberation, consumer, children’s rights and other such movements. Yet these movements often remain separate and don’t see their organic linkage. Gloria Steinem, the iconic leader who continues to inhabit the leading edges of progressive so…
 
john a. powell (spelled with lowercase), head of the UC Berkeley Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, explains what Martin Luther King Jr.'s concept of Beloved Community really means.Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of social and scientific innovators with practical and visionary solutions for the world's most pressing en…
 
It is the chief moral obligation of our time to build a green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty. The activist and founder of four non-profits, including the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Van Jones, urges us to carry our spiritual, cultural and economic movements into the electoral arena to transform politics and forge a gree…
 
The world is running out of fresh water, and there is no environmental crisis as great as the commodification of the world’s water supply by giant corporations. Maude Barlow, national chairperson of The Council of Canadians, and author of Blue Gold, will describe the movement to guarantee a water-secure future based on conservation, equity and the …
 
How might we see the environment, social justice and our spirituality differently if we understood a bit better how our minds work and how connected we all are? john a. powell, an internationally recognized authority in civil rights and liberties, structural racialization, ethnicity, housing, poverty and democracy, was recently the Executive Direct…
 
The world's leading proponent of sane drug policies asks us to imagine a world in which criminal laws and institutions play little role in drug control policy. What do we risk? What do we gain? What do we fear? And what can we do? This talk was presented at the 2012 Bioneers Annual Conference.Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of socia…
 
Van Jones, a highly influential, award-winning activist and author, currently a CNN political contributor, founded and led four social and environmental justice NGOs (The Ella Baker Center, promoting criminal justice reform; Color of Change, focused on racial fairness; Green for All, which promotes "green" job creation; and Rebuild The Dream/Dream …
 
Clayton Thomas-Muller, a leading organizer for Idle No More and Defenders of the Land, and a Co-Director of Polaris Institute’s Indigenous Tar Sands Campaign, portrays Canada’s rising Native-led rights-based movement, supported by labor, civil society, students and grassroots groups. It’s challenging the neo-liberal free market agenda that has turn…
 
Attorney Mari Margil chronicles the game-changing work to recognize the Rights of Nature in law. Whereas now nature is considered property subject to private property law, the Rights of Nature legal framework enshrines the right of nature "to exist, persist and thrive." Margil invokes the Dr. Seuss classic, The Lorax, who asks, "Who will speak for …
 
"Environmentalists are tree huggers and people concerned with the extinction of birds. We are not trees or birds." Mary Gonzales, a Mexican-American Chicago native, says this statement might be heard from people of color, poor or working class people, young people or immigrants, yet their immediate life experience and issues they're confronting hav…
 
The award-winning Canadian journalist, international activist and best-selling author (The Shock Doctrine, No Logo) depicts climate change as more than an “issue.” It’s a civilizational wake-up call delivered in the language of fires, floods, storms and droughts. It demands that we challenge the dominant economic policies of deregulated capitalism …
 
The beloved actor and progressive elder shares the long view of how change happens, and how we’re called upon today as never before to reclaim our rights and responsibilities as citizens. From South Africa to Detroit and Birmingham, he scans the arc of justice and the convergence of the movements to restore nature, human dignity and a life lived ar…
 
"Conservatives" and corporate interests use the powerful tools of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) to define arguments, win elections and persuade the public. To be effective in the public arena, progressives and bioneers must first understand these tools. Thom Hartmann learned NLP 27 years ago as a psychotherapist and advertising agency CEO. He …
 
In this gripping presentation, author and social entrepreneur Paul Hawken illuminates the premise of his subsequent bestselling book Blessed Unrest that the biggest movement in world history is developing under the radar screen largely through civil society. Reviewing the rich roots of today’s U.S. environmental movement, he observes that this new …
 
The number of Black Farmers has declined dramatically in the last 100 years and the USDA's racist lending practices hastened that decline. J.L. Chestnut, the chief attorney for the Black Farmers class-action discrimination lawsuit against the USDA, won the largest civil rights settlement in U.S. history, opening the door for restitution for Native …
 
Political icon Tom Hayden delivers a rousing call to action based on a profound historical overview of the arc of justice and social movements. Among the most important progressive political figures of our era, he co-authored the historic SDS-founding Port Huron Statements in the early 1960’s, was a defendant in the trial of the legendary Chicago S…
 
“All governments lie,” I.F. Stone instructed us. To counter the lies that take lives, we need an independent media. Investigative journalist and co-host of radio’s Democracy Now!, Amy Goodman compellingly calls out the liars and their media cheerleaders with inspiring stories of people who have resisted war and social and environmental injustice to…
 
Democracy is eroding because the damage caused by the corporate elite is legal, but that may be changing because of Tom Linzey and his allies. He has shown true genius at devising creative strategies to achieve democratic control over corporations. He has worked with local communities to demand and assert their rights over corporate rights.This spe…
 
Iroquois elder and global indigenous leader Oren Lyons describes the authentic origins of the U.S. Constitution in the ancient Iroquois “Great League of Peace.” He weaves the story of the Peacemaker and how leaders are raised and chosen, with decisions based on seven generations and women choosing chiefs. He warns climate disruption should motivate…
 
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