1. Insyde Out Show - About Us

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    This video is all about explaining what Insyde Out Show is, who the founders are, why it was set up and also what the Insyde Out Show aims to solve. For further information about us or the show itself you can go to www.insydeoutshow.com.

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    • INTERACTIONS ON TOUR

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      Deutsch: siehe unter --- « InterActions On Tour », c'est une Tournée de la Suisse pour les jeunes de 17 à 30 ans. Rejoins-nous à Genève, Berne et Fribourg pour améliorer la visibilité des jeunes lesbiennes, gays, bisexuel-le-s et transgenres! « InterAgir », c’est faire bouger les choses en discutant ouvertement des questions d’orientation sexuelle et d’identité de genre. En posant avec le panneau "j'InterAgis!", chacun-e affirme son ouverture et remet en question les idées reçues qui compliquent le quotidien des jeunes lesbiennes, gays, bisexuel-le-s et transgenres. InterActions On Tour: Genève | 31 août – 2 septembre 2012 Berne | 12-14 octobre 2012 Fribourg | 23-25 novembre 2012 INSCRIS-TOI SUR: www.lgbt-youth.ch Aide-nous à promouvoir l’événement! Poste la vidéo « InterActions On Tour » sur ton wall Facebook et envoie-la à tes ami-e-s! Réalisation: LGBT Youth Suisse Musique originale: Alix Vesper, www.28g.ch/av --- „InterActions On Tour“ ist eine Schweizer Rundreise für junge Leute im Alter von 17 bis 30 Jahren. Schliess dich uns in Genf, Bern oder Freiburg an um die bestehenden Wahrnehmung der jungen Lesben, Schwulen, Bisexuellen und Transgendern zu verbessern! "InterAct" bringt die Veränderung ins Rollen indem offen über Fragen betreffend der sexuellen Orientierung und der Geschlechtsidentität diskutiert wird. Jede und jeder, die/der mit dem Schild "I InterAct" posiert, symbolisiert damit ihre/seine Offenheit und stellt die bestehenden Vorstellungen, die das Leben der jungen Lesben, Schwulen, Bisexuellen und Transgendern erschweren, in Frage.   InterActions On Tour: Genf | 31. August – 2. September 2012 Bern | 12. – 14. Oktober 2012 Freiburg | 23. – 25. November 2012   MELD DICH AN UNTER: www.lgbt-youth.ch Hilf uns für die Aktion Werbung zu machen! Poste das Video „InterActions On Tour“ auf deine Facebook- Pinnwand und schicke es an deine Freundinnen und Freunde! Regie: LGBT Youth Schweiz Musik: Alix Vesper, www.28g.ch/av

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      • Interactions with the CIA

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        This is part of a series of videos entitled entitled "Adventures in Foreign Policy and Peace Activism" drawn from two memoirs by Jeremy J. Stone that are posted at catalyticdiplomacy.org and which describe 45 years of his work from 1962-2007. Each video is designed to place some effort--success or failure--in historical and personal perspective revealing, in particular, an activist's motivation and thought processes in dealing with a specific dilemma. Jeremy J. Stone describes his career interactions with the Central Intelligence Agency. He describes his apprehensions about becoming the editor of a journal being run by persons who had, previously, run a CIA-front magazine. He describes the illegal CIA program Chaos of domestic surveillance that put a CIA spy-agent into his office and that of other peace groups. He goes on to tell how a letter of inquiry he made in 1971 catalyzed a four-year-long bureaucratic dance ending in the termination of the CIA's 20-year-long illegal policy of opening the mail of Americans. As a fitting coda to this bizarre affair, the CIA miscalculated and sent Stone a most interesting memorandum of conversation in which it plotted to maintain a knowingly illegal operation! In the aftermath of this story, Stone persuaded Senator Kennedy to introduce a bill making it a crime for government bureaucrats to lie to the public. In 1988, he turned to catalyzing visits of high CIA officials to Moscow as a result of a humorous interaction with the CIA Deputy Director Robert Gates. This had considerable success in 1989. Later, in 1991, on return from North Korea, he began an ultimately successful effort to secure the cooperation of the CIA and the KGB on North Korea as a test case of a general campaign for CIA-KGB cooperation on crime, drugs and proliferation. The lecture ends with a discussion of his friendship and collaboration with CIA Director William Colby in Colby's retirement and with Stone's involvement in Colby's decision to purchase a vacation home—a decision that led, ultimately, to Colby's death. He reveals that it was at the home of another CIA Director, Robert Gates—3,000 miles away from the location of Colby's death--that he learned, through an insight of Gates, the cause. This lecture was given in Brentwood Theater, La Costa Glen, Carlsbad, California on July 6, 2011.

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        • Inter/Act: Second Wave Interview Series, Vol. 1 - Pidgeon Pagonis & Mani Bruce Mitchell

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          Inter/Act's Second Wave Interview Series was created to connect the first generation of intersex advocates with today's emerging young voices. Vol. 1 was recorded by Inter/Act participant, Pidgeon Pagonis, in conversation with Mani Bruce Mitchell. Mani is a pioneer in intersex activism and founder of Intersex Awareness New Zealand (IANZ).

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          • INTERCEPTION

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            A surveillance camera being used to monitor public space was hijacked and reinstalled in a subway station. The camera was used intentionally to broaden consciousness concerning the problem of increasing lack of privacy. 
People entering and exiting the station were tracked by the camera, and their “capture” was projected on a station wall. 

 The action was illegal. Roch Forowicz 2007

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            • InterceptionExtended

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              The surveillance camera, used to monitor public space, has been overtaken in a city of Ljubljana. On location, where the CCTV camera had been disabled, the author left a mark- the word „Panopticon”, which pointed to the meaning of the action. Camera and documentation of the intervention were exhibited in a Gallery in Ljubljana after the event. The „Interception” series of actions consists in illegal interception of CCTV cameras monitoring urban areas. The intercepted CCTV cameras are then used in order to raise public awareness of the growing issues of social surveillance implemented by means of technological devices -„Surveillance Culture”. The action was illegal.

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              • Intergenerational Movement Moment

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                There is much to learn between the Millennials and the Baby Boomers in our peoples movement. Together we are stronger. Together we will learn and we will win!

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                • Intergenerational Organizing Panel

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                  Panel 3 at African Women's Rights and Resilience, a symposium held on March 12, 2014 at Barnard College, features Simidele Dosekun, Spectra, Hakima Abbas, and Leymah Gbowee. Moderated by Jimmy Briggs. Introduced by Kathryn Kolbert. Co-sponsored by the Gbowee Peace Foundation USA, Barnard Africana Studies, Athena Center for Leadership Studies, Consortium for Critical Interdisciplinary Studies, the Office of the President, and the Barnard Center for Research on Women. For more information see http://bcrw.barnard.edu/event/african-womens-rights-and-resilience/

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                  • International Animal Rights Day 2011 (Spain)

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                    10 DECEMBER 2011, Puerta del Sol, MADRID 400 ACTIVISTS GATHER FOR INTERNATIONAL ANIMAL RIGHTS DAY On 10 December 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to prevent World War II and the concentration camp horrors being repeated. Only by recognising every human's fundamental rights without concession, could there be any chance of an end to similar tragedies. Thus, the United Nations declared that respect and dignity for human beings are “the foundations for freedom, justice and peace in the world”. In 1970, 22 years after the Declaration of Human Rights by the UN, and more than three decades ago, the term speciesism was coined for the discrimination of sentient beings because of the species they belong to. Like racism and sexism, speciesism has no justification. However, we continue to live in a speciesist society; in every country in the world, other animals are considered property and their interests have no value. The value of their entire lives is dependent only by their market price. We have gathered here today to show society the consequences of speciesism. Each and every one of these dead bodies was once an animal like us all. These animals just wanted to live their lives. But speciesism didn't allow it. The discrimination they suffered because they weren't born human didn't allow it. We are here today in deep sorrow for all of them, for all the animals waiting for their turn inside slaughterhouses, for all animals in laboratories, for all who are in circuses and zoos, for animals that die in the bullrings, and for those who suffocate in the fishing nets … But today we are also hopeful. The hope is to see how more and more people become aware that there is no need to live off the lives of other animals. That there is an alternative. That the animal rights movement is a movement not only legitimate but necessary if we want to live in peace with others on this planet. Our hope grows as we see more and more people choosing to live a vegan lifestyle, and how more and more people decide, as all have here today, to become animal rights activists. In this year, 2011, our movement - the animal rights movement - very young in Spain, has suffered the largest attack in its history. Twelve activists were arrested on 22 June in an attempt to criminalise events like today's. These activists are awaiting trial, and they want to send a message to all of you who are standing here today: "Have no fear. Don't allow our unjust arrests make you doubt or fear. You are part of the most altruistic social struggle in history. You are the seed for a better world. You are the hope, the only hope for millions of animals. Please don't be afraid. Raise your head up proud and say: I am part of the animal rights movement”. For all of them. For the animals. For a better world towards veganism and the end of speciesism. You can make a difference, and be part of the change: www.chooseveganism.org

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                    • International Human Rights

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                      This panel discussion featuring Virginia Magwaza-Setshedi and Helen Lieberman, and moderated by Yvette Christiansë, was held on February 9, 2010 in conjunction with the opening of the exhibit "Helen Suzman: Fighter for Human Rights" at Barnard College in New York. Organized by the Barnard Center for Research on Women, this event was co-sponsored by the Dobkin Family Foundation, the Tolan Family Foundation, and Ralph and Emily Simon Foundation.

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