E4J Global Podcast Serieshttp://www.unodc.org/e4j/en/e4j-global-podcast-series.htmlen-usUNODC E4JcleanUNODC E4Junodc-e4j@un.orgStrengthening the cooperation of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime with academics and higher education institutions around the world is at the core of UNODC's Education for Justice (E4J) initiative. "Voices of Academia" is our latest effort to provide academics with a platform to showcase not only higher education's role in advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) but also the importance of academia and higher education institutions in shaping policy discussion by providing the necessary research and baselines for evidence-based policy-making on issues that affect all of us. This Global Podcast Series features leading academics talking about their work and latest research related to the topics covered by the E4J University Module Series and how higher education can make a difference in addressing today's and tomorrow's challenges and in strengthening the rule of law worldwide.Strengthening the cooperation of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime with academics and higher education institutions around the world is at the core of UNODC's Education for Justice (E4J) initiative. "Voices of Academia" is our latest effort to provide academics with a platform to showcase not only higher education's role in advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) but also the importance of academia and higher education institutions in shaping policy discussion by providing the necessary research and baselines for evidence-based policy-making on issues that affect all of us. This Global Podcast Series features leading academics talking about their work and latest research related to the topics covered by the E4J University Module Series and how higher education can make a difference in addressing today's and tomorrow's challenges and in strengthening the rule of law worldwide.Universidades + Agenda 2030 = La juventud tomando acciónUNODC E4JEpisodio 13 de la serie de podcasts globales de Educación para la Justicia: Desde España hasta México, las universidades están jugando un rol crucial para el logro de la Agenda 2030. Están buscando diferentes estrategias para motivar a las y los jóvenes, no solo a través de la enseñanza de principios generales sobre el desarrollo sostenible, los retos para el logro de los ODS o la importancia de la paz y la seguridad para la Agenda; sino también invitándoles a actuar y ser parte del cambio. En este episodio del E4J Global Podcast Series "Voces de la Academia", conoceremos dos programas académicos y aprenderemos de la mano de sus directores, cómo se está incorporando la Agenda 2030 al mundo académico.Episodio 13 de la serie de podcasts globales de Educación para la Justicia: Desde España hasta México, las universidades están jugando un rol crucial para el logro de la Agenda 2030. Están buscando diferentes estrategias para motivar a las y los jóvenes,

Episodio 13 de la serie de podcasts globales de Educación para la Justicia: Desde España hasta México, las universidades están jugando un rol crucial para el logro de la Agenda 2030. Están buscando diferentes estrategias para motivar a las y los jóvenes, no solo a través de la enseñanza de principios generales sobre el desarrollo sostenible, los retos para el logro de los ODS o la importancia de la paz y la seguridad para la Agenda; sino también invitándoles a actuar y ser parte del cambio.

En este episodio del E4J Global Podcast Series "Voces de la Academia", conoceremos dos programas académicos y aprenderemos de la mano de sus directores, cómo se está incorporando la Agenda 2030 al mundo académico.

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Le rôle des établissements d’enseignement supérieur et de recherche dans la promotion de l’Etat de droit et la réalisation de l’ODD 16UNODC E4JÉpisode 12 de la série mondiale de podcasts E4J : Quel est le rôle des établissements d’enseignement supérieur et de recherche (ESR) dans la promotion de l’Etat de droit ? En quoi leurs missions de formation, recherche, innovation et mutualisation des savoirs mais aussi leur fonctionnement et gestion contribuent-ils à la réalisation de l’ODD 16 ? Quels sont les projets existants dans l’espace francophone et quels sont les enjeux pour renforcer le rôle des ESR dans la promotion de l’Etat de droit et la réalisation de l’ODD 16 à travers le monde ? Ce podcast explore ces questions avec deux intervenants du monde universitaire francophone : Muriel Cordier, cheffe du Département des Réseaux Recherche et Expertise à la Direction des Réseaux de l’Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) et Eddy Nguiffeu, enseignant-chercheur à l’Université de Dschang au Cameroun.Épisode 12 de la série mondiale de podcasts E4J : Quel est le rôle des établissements d’enseignement supérieur et de recherche (ESR) dans la promotion de l’Etat de droit ? En quoi leurs missions de formation, recherche, innovation et mutualisation des sa

Épisode 12 de la série mondiale de podcasts E4J : Quel est le rôle des établissements d'enseignement supérieur et de recherche (ESR) dans la promotion de l'Etat de droit ? En quoi leurs missions de formation, recherche, innovation et mutualisation des savoirs mais aussi leur fonctionnement et gestion contribuent-ils à la réalisation de l'ODD 16 ? Quels sont les projets existants dans l'espace francophone et quels sont les enjeux pour renforcer le rôle des ESR dans la promotion de l'Etat de droit et la réalisation de l'ODD 16 à travers le monde ?

Ce podcast explore ces questions avec deux intervenants du monde universitaire francophone : Muriel Cordier, cheffe du Département des Réseaux Recherche et Expertise à la Direction des Réseaux de l'Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) et Eddy Nguiffeu, enseignant-chercheur à l'Université de Dschang au Cameroun.

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The social economy of rhino poaching in Southern AfricaUNODC E4JEpisode 11 of the Education for Justice Global Dialogue Series: In this episode, Jenna and Felix from UNODC’s Global Programme for Combating Wildlife and Forest Crime meet with Dr. Annette Hübschle from the University of Cape Town to discuss the case of rhino poaching in Southern Africa’s Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park and its interface with local communities.Episode 11 of the Education for Justice Global Dialogue Series: In this episode, Jenna and Felix from UNODC’s Global Programme for Combating Wildlife and Forest Crime meet with Dr. Annette Hübschle from the University of Cape Town to discuss the case of

Episode 11 of the Education for Justice Global Dialogue Series: In this episode, Jenna and Felix from UNODC's Global Programme for Combating Wildlife and Forest Crime meet with Dr. Annette Hübschle from the University of Cape Town to discuss the case of rhino poaching in Southern Africa's Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park and its interface with local communities.

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Corrupção e gêneroUNODC E4JEpisódio 10 da Série de Podcast Global de Educação para a Justiça: Será que homens e mulheres são afetados de formas diferentes pela corrupção? Como é que os diferentes sexos são atraídos e se envolvem com atores corruptos? Como podemos prevenir a corrupção através de estratégias voltadas para a integração de uma perspectiva de gênero? Com este episódio, pretende-se desmistificar a noção de que mulheres são menos suscetíveis à corrupção que os homens, para que possa entender com maior clareza como a corrupção pode manter e exacerbar as desigualdades de gênero, bem como a importância da integração da perspectiva de gênero no combate à corrupção.Episódio 10 da Série de Podcast Global de Educação para a Justiça: Será que homens e mulheres são afetados de formas diferentes pela corrupção? Como é que os diferentes sexos são atraídos e se envolvem com atores corruptos? Como podemos prevenir a corrup

Episódio 10 da Série de Podcast Global de Educação para a Justiça : Será que homens e mulheres são afetados de formas diferentes pela corrupção? Como é que os diferentes sexos são atraídos e se envolvem com atores corruptos? Como podemos prevenir a corrupção através de estratégias voltadas para a integração de uma perspectiva de gênero? Com este episódio, pretende-se desmistificar a noção de que mulheres são menos suscetíveis à corrupção que os homens, para que possa entender com maior clareza como a corrupção pode manter e exacerbar as desigualdades de gênero, bem como a importância da integração da perspectiva de gênero no combate à corrupção.

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Youth and the Sustainable Development Goals: Agents of change or left behind?UNODC E4JEpisode 9 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: With more than 1.2 billion young people (aged 15 to 24 years) living around the world, the active engagement of the youth in sustainable development efforts is crucial to achieve sustainable, inclusive and stable societies by 2030. But are young people empowered to contribute or is there more that can be done? In this episode, three youth champions from Africa, Latin America and Central Asia discuss the role of youth and share their ideas on what can and needs to be done to strengthen their role.Episode 9 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: With more than 1.2 billion young people (aged 15 to 24 years) living around the world, the active engagement of the youth in sustainable development efforts is crucial to achieve sustainable,

Episode 9 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: With more than 1.2 billion young people (aged 15 to 24 years) living around the world, the active engagement of the youth in sustainable development efforts is crucial to achieve sustainable, inclusive and stable societies by 2030. But are young people empowered to contribute or is there more that can be done? In this episode, three youth champions from Africa, Latin America and Central Asia discuss the role of youth and share their ideas on what can and needs to be done to strengthen their role.

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Firearms and CrimeUNODC E4JEpisode 8 of the Education for Justice (E4J) Global Podcast Series: The phenomenon of illicit firearms trafficking is not yet fully understood and explored and calls for responses on multiple levels. As a starting point, this episode approaches the topic from the angle of the firearms' role in the criminal world and delves into the methods used by criminal groups to divert firearms from licit to illicit markets.Episode 8 of the Education for Justice (E4J) Global Podcast Series: The phenomenon of illicit firearms trafficking is not yet fully understood and explored and calls for responses on multiple levels. As a starting point, this episode approaches the topic

Episode 8 of the Education for Justice (E4J) Global Podcast Series: The phenomenon of illicit firearms trafficking is not yet fully understood and explored and calls for responses on multiple levels. As a starting point, this episode approaches the topic from the angle of the firearms' role in the criminal world and delves into the methods used by criminal groups to divert firearms from licit to illicit markets.

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Las ví­ctimas de la delincuencia organizada y sus derechosUNODC E4JEpisodio 7 de la serie de podcasts globales de Educación para la Justicia: En este podcast, discutimos con la Dra. María de la Luz Lima Malvido, Profesora - Investigadora del Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Penales de México, acerca de las victimas de la delincuencia organizada y sus derechos. Basándose en su vasta experiencia en este ámbito, la Dra. Lima comparte sus conocimientos y reflexiones sobre el derecho victimal, tema central de su ultimo libro, y la necesidad de lograr una reparación integral del daño sufrido por las victimas, que se compone de una asistencia multidisciplinaria que le permita reiniciar su vida.Episodio 7 de la serie de podcasts globales de Educación para la Justicia: En este podcast, discutimos con la Dra. María de la Luz Lima Malvido, Profesora - Investigadora del Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Penales de México, acerca de las victimas de la

Episodio 7 de la serie de podcasts globales de Educación para la Justicia: En este podcast, discutimos con la Dra. María de la Luz Lima Malvido, Profesora - Investigadora del Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Penales de México, acerca de las victimas de la delincuencia organizada y sus derechos. Basándose en su vasta experiencia en este ámbito, la Dra. Lima comparte sus conocimientos y reflexiones sobre el derecho victimal, tema central de su ultimo libro, y la necesidad de lograr una reparación integral del daño sufrido por las victimas, que se compone de una asistencia multidisciplinaria que le permita reiniciar su vida.

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Counter-Terrorism and international human rights and humanitarian lawUNODC E4JEpisode 6 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: Undeniably, terrorism is a threat to international peace and security. Even more so, as terrorism related criminal conducts are a form of crime that, in most cases, do possess transnational connotations. This episode discusses transnational and international offences from the unique perspectives of international human rights and humanitarian law.Episode 6 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: Undeniably, terrorism is a threat to international peace and security. Even more so, as terrorism related criminal conducts are a form of crime that, in most cases, do possess transnational co

Episode 6 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: Undeniably, terrorism is a threat to international peace and security. Even more so, as terrorism related criminal conducts are a form of crime that, in most cases, do possess transnational connotations. This episode discusses transnational and international offences from the unique perspectives of international human rights and humanitarian law.

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Double victimization of trafficked persons: Technology, justice for the victims and ways forwardUNODC E4JEpisode 5 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: In this podcast we discuss about what happens when victims of trafficking are treated as offenders by the justice system. How is the principle of non-punishment applied in practice? What is the role of technology in trafficking in persons? What about the double victimisation of trafficked persons through technology?Episode 5 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: In this podcast we discuss about what happens when victims of trafficking are treated as offenders by the justice system. How is the principle of non-punishment applied in practice? What is th

Episode 5 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: In this podcast we discuss about what happens when victims of trafficking are treated as offenders by the justice system. How is the principle of non-punishment applied in practice? What is the role of technology in trafficking in persons? What about the double victimisation of trafficked persons through technology?

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Cybercrime jurisdiction - issues and optionsUNODC E4JEpisode 4 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: Cybercrime can be perpetrated by offenders anywhere in the world with an Internet connection. The adverse impacts of cybercrime can be experienced outside of the country in which the perpetrator resides. The transnational nature of this crime challenges traditional notions of jurisdiction and requires cooperation of criminal justice practitioners across the globe. The Episode explores the jurisdictional conflicts posed by cybercrime and digital evidence.Episode 4 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: Cybercrime can be perpetrated by offenders anywhere in the world with an Internet connection. The adverse impacts of cybercrime can be experienced outside of the country in which the perpetrat

Episode 4 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: Cybercrime can be perpetrated by offenders anywhere in the world with an Internet connection. The adverse impacts of cybercrime can be experienced outside of the country in which the perpetrator resides. The transnational nature of this crime challenges traditional notions of jurisdiction and requires cooperation of criminal justice practitioners across the globe. The Episode explores the jurisdictional conflicts posed by cybercrime and digital evidence.

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Counting the global scale of intimate femicideUNODC E4JEpisode 3 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: The prevalence of intimate femicide is an issue of increased global concern. This episode focuses on the need for a systematic global count of women's deaths from intimate partner violence as part of a broader strategy to end violence against women.Episode 3 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: The prevalence of intimate femicide is an issue of increased global concern. This episode focuses on the need for a systematic global count of women's deaths from intimate partner violence as

Episode 3 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: The prevalence of intimate femicide is an issue of increased global concern. This episode focuses on the need for a systematic global count of women's deaths from intimate partner violence as part of a broader strategy to end violence against women.

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The illegal wildlife trade in the context of zoonotic diseasesUNODC E4JEpisode 2 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: The episode focuses on illegal wildlife trade in the context of zoonotic diseases and touches upon several outbreaks of zoonotic diseases throughout the 21st century, including the COVID-19 pandemic. Furthermore, it sheds light on potential policy actions and critically examines recent calls to ban wildlife facilities, such as wildlife markets. Episode 2 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: The episode focuses on illegal wildlife trade in the context of zoonotic diseases and touches upon several outbreaks of zoonotic diseases throughout the 21st century, including the COVID-19 pa

Episode 2 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: The episode focuses on illegal wildlife trade in the context of zoonotic diseases and touches upon several outbreaks of zoonotic diseases throughout the 21 st century, including the COVID-19 pandemic. Furthermore, it sheds light on potential policy actions and critically examines recent calls to ban wildlife facilities, such as wildlife markets.

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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and higher educationUNODC E4JEpisode 1 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: Why is higher education crucial for the advancement of the SDGs? What are the different ways universities have chosen to promote the SDGs? How can impact be assessed & how can the "silo approaches" be left behind to strengthen cooperation for advancing the SDGs. These are just a few questions that are addressed in this episode.Episode 1 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: Why is higher education crucial for the advancement of the SDGs? What are the different ways universities have chosen to promote the SDGs? How can impact be assessed & how can the "silo ap

Episode 1 of the Education for Justice Global Podcast Series: Why is higher education crucial for the advancement of the SDGs? What are the different ways universities have chosen to promote the SDGs? How can impact be assessed & how can the "silo approaches" be left behind to strengthen cooperation for advancing the SDGs. These are just a few questions that are addressed in this episode.

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