The podcast explores past conceptions of citizenship and human rights and what needs to be changed.
Date: 10 May 2022
London Met senior lecturer Dr Rowena Azada-Palacios has co-produced a new podcast about citizenship and human rights education. Created with UCL researchers Kamille Beye, Dr Stella Mi-Cheong Cheong, and Adam Peter Lang, Conversations 4 Citizenship features conversations with practitioners and researchers from around the world.
Sharing unique perspectives on issues related to citizenship and human rights education, the podcast hopes to explore past conceptions of citizenship and human rights, how current understandings impact the world now, and what these should look like in the future.
Listen to the first episode on the podcast's website. Each episode will also be available on Apple, Google, Spotify, and Amazon Music, and will be released with a list of suggested readings.
Follow the podcast on Twitter and email the podcast team to provide future topic suggestions and feedback. The team is also taking requests for guests to feature on the podcast.