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TitleDescriptionPublished OnDuration Play Episode Link
Canterbury Workers Education Association-22-08-2019 Cathy Sweat on Sustainability 22/08/2019 12:00 PM0:20:47Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-05-07-2019 Socialist Movements in ChristchurchHistorian and author Martin Crick explores the development of the socialist movement in Christchurch05/07/2019 11:00 AM0:58:4Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-05-07-2019 Richard Jackson - The Twisted Ironies of the Terrorism DiscourseProfessor Richard Jackson , Director of the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Otago spoke about current terrorist and counter-terrorist discourses in relation to Matthew Galloway's exhibition 'The Freedom of the Migrant' at the Physics Room05/07/2019 10:00 AM0:28:13Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-26-06-2019 Rosa Moiwend from West PapuaActivist and researcher Rosa Moiwend from West Papua speaks about the environmental and human rights abuse problems in West Papua26/06/2019 04:00 PM0:35:7Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-08-06-2019 The Amazing World of BeesHobbyist beekeeper and educator Hannah Ewing explains why bees are so important and need our help08/06/2019 10:00 AM0:55:57Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-22-05-2019 The Circular EconomyAnthea Madill speaks about how the circular economy can redefine growth and help create a more sustainable future22/05/2019 04:00 PM0:37:9Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-30-04-2019 DIY Podcasting Workshop7 podcasts created by participants of the DIY podcasting workshop held at the CWEA: Simon Gray - Good morning Catherine De Croy - Kiwi Kat's Cackle Jane Pearce - Stoicism Michele Hollis - Dogs of New Brighton Ann Currie - Transition to Retirement Angela Langley - Personal Reflection on March 15 Attacks Tina Luke - MyCup 30/04/2019 04:48 PM1:4:39Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-01-03-2019 Microbes and Climate Change Part 2Paul Broady discusses the roles of microbes in the production and absorption of nitrous oxide and carbon01/03/2019 10:00 AM0:34:0Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-27-02-2019 Max RashbrookeAuthor and journalist Max Rashbrooke talks about his new book 'Government for the Public Good: The surprising Science of Large Scale Collective Action' 27/02/2019 03:18 PM0:44:55Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-28-02-2019 Microbes and Climate Change Part 1Paul Broady explores the role of microbes in the production and absorption of methane27/02/2019 10:00 AM0:40:13Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-26-02-2019 A Prisoner of War StorySimon Pollard talks about his Uncle's diary from world War 226/02/2019 02:00 PM0:37:31Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-26-02-2019 Disability Representation in GovernmentMojo Mathers talks about her personal journey and why repreesntation matters to us all26/02/2019 10:00 AM0:37:43Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-25-02-2019 Groundwater ManagementProfessor Bob Bower explores examples of proactive groundwater management25/02/2019 10:00 AM0:56:24Download //
Canterbury Workers Education Association-24-02-2019 Antarctica Part 2Paul Broady explores the ecology of Antarctica and impacts of climate change and the human impacts24/02/2019 03:03 PM0:49:25Download //