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Podcasting and Social Justice

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We are inviting students and the broader Cambridge community to hold a conversation with human rights podcasters. We will be hearing from two speakers about the opportunities and challenges offered by podcasting in the struggle for human rights, after which we will be opening up the floor for Q&As.

Declarations is a student-led initiative convened by the Centre of Governance and Human Rights at the University of Cambridge. At CGHR we are reimagining how justice, solidarity and citizen voice can flourish with or against technology.

SPEAKERS Matt Mahmoudi works for Amnesty International and is an affiliated lecturer at Cambridge Sociology. Matt is well-known among the CGHR community as he has been involved in Declarations Podcast since its inception.

Eleanor Drage is a researcher at the University of Cambridge Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, and specialises in feminist ideas to make artificial intelligence safer for everyone. She is the co-host of The Good Robot Podcast, where she interviews top scholars and technologists about AI ethics, has appeared on popular shows such as The Guilty Feminist, and is a TikToker for All The Citizens’ data rights channel.

This talk is part of the Centre of Governance and Human Rights Events series.

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