Hemispheres: Technology Connecting Island Nations

How is technology helping connect island nations? We’ll hear of drones spotting species in the mangroves of the Caribbean and community radio connecting the issues of women in the Pacific for human peace and security. Hemispheres host Nikki Kayser caught up with […]

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Hemispheres: Human Trafficking

When you hear of human trafficking, Central Asia might come to mind or the Philippines. It is sex trafficking, but also forced labor and forced marriages. It is the old cruelty of slavery with a new name. While numbers of […]

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Hemispheres: The Global Refugee Crisis

​The global refugee crisis was discussed by a panel of experts and moderated by Tamar Larsen at the Conference On World Affairs last month. Hemispheres producer Nikki Kayser hosts four guests. Steven Vertovec is an author, editor and adviser on […]

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Hemispheres: Exploring The Sun

KGNU’s Hemispheres takes a trip around the Sun with Phillip Judge, Senior Scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Claire Rafterty, Head of Education and Outreach at the National Solar Observatory, and Sarah Jaeggli, Assistant Astronomer at the Daniel K. […]

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Hemispheres: The Women’s Movement in Saudi Arabia

Women and their allies all over the world are defending human rights with an ever broadening agenda. Hemispheres host Nikki Kayser takes a look at the women’s movement in Saudi Arabia.   Who are these folks with whom we trade oil for […]

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