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www.theRSA.org. A snippet of Alain de Botton's speech at the RSA in April 2009. Alain de Botton is the founder of the School of Life.
Topic: Youtube
Clay Shirky's lucid and penetrating analysis steers you through the online social explosion asking: what happens when people are given the tools to do things together, without needing traditional organisational structures?
Topic: Youtube
As the government's key negotiator, Jonathan Powell is uniquely qualified to give the definitive account of the end of the Troubles, and his new book, Great Hatred, Little Room: Making Peace in Northern Ireland has been heralded as a landmark in the literature of conflict resolution.
Topic: Youtube
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A snippet of Zarine Kharas' recent talk at the RSA. Zarine Kharas is the founder of Justgiving.com
Topic: Youtube
Building on the theme of pro-social behaviour outlined in his inaugural speech in 2007, Matthew Taylor explores the policy implications of our new understanding of neuroscience and social psychology.
Topic: Youtube
Renowned architect, Richard Rogers, gave the 2008 RSA Bossom lecture on architecture.
Topic: Youtube
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Jonathan Zittrain, chair in Internet Governance and Regulation at the Oxford Internet Institute argues that with the unwitting help of its users, the generative Internet is on a path to a lockdown, ending its cycle of innovation - and facilitating unsettling new kinds of control.
Topic: Youtube
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A snippet of Wired editor, Chris Anderson's recent talk at the RSA on his book Free. www.theRSA.org
Topic: Youtube
As the Government develops a statement of British values Liz Forgan explores if a diverse society can agree on a shared set of values that has any meaning.
Topic: Youtube
Access Humboldt
by USGS
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http://gallery.usgs.gov/videos/823 Sunday, July 20th, 2014, marked the 45th anniversary of the day the world stood still and watched astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin land on the surface of the Moon. There is no question that the partnership between NASA and the USGS was crucial to the Apollo program's accomplishments.
Topics: USGS, Youtube, 2014
The Aspen Ideas Festival
by The Aspen Institute
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Featured Talk: "The 9 Principles of Innovation" Gopi Kallayil, triathlete, chief evangelist for Google Social, host of the television show Change Makers
Topics: Colorado, Aspen, The Aspen Instititue, Youtube, YouTube Editor, 2014
Access Humboldt
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The Fernbridge, CA USGS webcam located at the USGS streamgage station Eel River at Fernbridge(http://ca.water.usgs.gov/webcams/fernbridge/) captured live video of the Jan 9, 2010 6.5M earthquake (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsus/Quakes/nc71338066.php#details) which struck near Eureka, CA and Ferndale, CA at 4:27 PM (Pacific). A power outage cut off the video feed shortly after the earthquake started.
Topics: USGS, Youtube, 2010
The Aspen Ideas Festival
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Topics: Colorado, Aspen, The Aspen Instititue, Youtube, YouTube Editor, 2016
CCX Media - Northwest Community Television
by CCX Media
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Learn more about making your own tv shows and sign up for free production classes at- http://www.ccxmedia.org http://twitter.com/ccxsports http://twitter.com/ccxnews https://www.facebook.com/ccxmedia.org/ CCX Media is on Comcast Xfinity in the Northwest Suburbs of Minneapolis and includes the cities Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Crystal, Golden Valley, Maple Grove, New Hope, Osseo, Plymouth and Robbinsdale.
Topics: Minnesota, Brooklyn Park, CCX Media, CCX, Public Access TV, Community Media, PEG, Youtube, youtube...
The Royal Society for the Arts
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One of the most influential judges of the 20th century, former Master of the Rolls, Lord Bingham makes the case for the rule of law as the foundation of a fair and just society.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Health and Education - Where faith fits? Our panel, Douglas Alexander, Matthew Frost, Richard Dowden and Ian Linden, ask - How does faith shape personal and group identities, and what does this mean for the realisation of fundamental social, economic and political rights, especially in such areas as health and education? Keynote Speaker: Douglas Alexander, Secretary of State for International Development. Discussants: Matthew Frost, chief executive, Tearfund; Richard Dowden, Royal African...
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Timothy Garton Ash discusses the pivotal moments form the past decade including the fall of Milosevic in Serbia, Aung San Suu Kyi in Burma, the Orange revolution in Ukraine and the militant mullahs in Iran sharing his critical reflections on the future of Europe, multiculturalism and terrorism.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Experimental neuroscientist Beau Lotto shows how our perception and conception of the world reflects our past physical, social and cultural interactions.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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A panel discussion with Sir Jim Rose, Mick Brookes, Andy Bone and Pete Woods, chaired by Louise Thomas.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
The Fall of the Berlin Wall: 20 years on Mary Elise Sarotte, Peter Millar and Thomas Kielinger discuss the Berlin Wall, its fall, and the implications for Germany, Europe and the international community, 20 years on.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Hacking Design: Folly, theft or a new democratic dawn? Otto von Busch haute-couture heretic and DIY-demagogue visits the RSA to present his extensive series of projects that experiment with the reverse-engineering, hacking, tuning and sharing of fashion as a form of social activism.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Watch our panel of speakers discuss the recent US Elections
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Moral philosopher Susan Neiman argues that a progressive political outlook depends on a return to a robust Enlightenment.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Have we really seen the end of the US culture wars? Is Obamas worldview truly global? Matthew Taylor canvasses the opinions of David Reynolds and Bonnie Greer.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
The Royal Society for the Arts
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Professor Joel Waldfogel explains why you shouldn't buy presents for the festive season.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Professor Jeffrey Sachs is joined by an expert panel to discuss how the Robin Hood Tax can help us strengthen public services in the UK and reduce poverty overseas. The expert panel comprises Alan Beattie, Richard Curtis, Bill Nighy, Clare Melamed and Major Ivor Telfer.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Brooke Harrington's book, Pop Finance, is a fascinating survey of investor behaviour and tracks the massive rise in popular engagement in US stock market in the 90's, when investing in stocks, once the province of a privileged elite, became a mass activity involving more than half of Americans. Brooke shares timely insights into socially responsible investing, shareholder activism and the mind of the market in this RSA lecture.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Andy Bone, Head of Opening Minds at Redbridge School and Community College, talks about the practical application of the Opening Minds programme in his school, and the success that they have had with it.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Sustainability As A Matter of Survival: 10 Years of Architecture for Humanity Cameron Sinclair, co-founder of Architecture for Humanity explains how social, cultural and humanitarian design can offer innovative and sustainable solutions to the challenges faced by disadvantaged and devastated communities worldwide.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Lost Generation? Recession and the Young Professor David Blanchflower, the leading labour economist and recent member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee from June 2006-May 2009, discusses how the recession is affecting young people and their future prospects. Respondent: Stephen Timms MP, financial secretary to the Treasury Discussants: David Willetts MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Universities and Skills, Terry Ryall, CEO, v, the National Young Volunteers Service, Wes...
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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As Parliament reconvenes, controversial political cartoonist Martin Rowson looks at political satire.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Mark McCrindle and David Hetherington address the theme of Past, present and future Australia at Powerhouse Museum on 5 November 2008.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Amitai Etzioni looks at the role of community in today's society. Rt Hon Liam Byrne MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury responds.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Ecologist Stewart Brand presents a bold and creative set of solutions for producing a more sustainable society.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Keynote presentation: 21st century culture Making art matter in the 21st century The turbulence and change of the 21st century has thrown up some major challenges in creating the right conditions for a healthy arts and creative sector. How should we respond? How do we lower the barriers to artistic expression and civic engagement? Do we need the arts to play a bigger role in our society and democracy?
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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James Neuberger, Chris Rudge and AC Grayling discuss the reasons why we give and how we can influence altruistic behaviour.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Richard Thaler, Director of the GSB's Center for Decision Research. speaks to Matthew Taylor about improving decisions in wealth, health and happiness
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Tzvetan Todorov argues for an Enlightenment approach to developing and understanding an open and just modern society.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Ben Schott, author of the phenomenally popular Schott's Miscellanies and Almanacs, offers a witty review of 2009 looking back at the major news stories that defined the year.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
The debaters take 30 seconds each to sum up their thoughts on where victims of sexual assault on college campuses are more likely to find justice: in the court system or in campus tribunals under Title IX. -- Debate Clip -- Courts, Not Campuses, Should Decide Sexual Assault Cases =================================== Main Debate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8VYE9IyZXM Subscribe: http://bit.ly/IQ2onYouTube Official site: iq2us.org/vote IQ2US Twitter: http://bit.ly/IQ2Twitter IQ2US Facebook:...
Topics: New York, New York, Intelligence Squared U.S., IQ2US, Youtube, YouTube Editor
The Aspen Ideas Festival
by The Aspen Institute
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Topics: Colorado, Aspen, The Aspen Instititue, Youtube, YouTube Editor, 2016
The Aspen Ideas Festival
by The Aspen Institute
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The first session starts with an introduction from Michael Maness of the Knight Foundation, highlighting outcomes of previous Aspen/Knight conferences as well as goals for the 2013 FOCAS conference. Participants delve into the current status of open governance, ways open data can improve lives and the importance of using technology to improve government services.
Topics: Colorado, Aspen, The Aspen Instititue, Youtube, YouTube Editor, 2013
The Royal Society for the Arts
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Stephanie Draper, the Director of Change Strategies at Forum for the Future talks on the importance of decarbonizing the economy.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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RSA Design and Society - Playing the City Award-winning games designer and digital creative Kevin Slavin presents a powerful argument for games as social systems with people at the centre.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the RSA, introduces the Opening Minds programme and how it fits within a broader debate on education.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Philosopher Mark Vernon discusses the Art of Living with Raymond Tallis, professor of geriatric medicine: can suffering be part of wellbeing?
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Professor Steven Pinker talks to Jonathan Carr-West about evolutionary psychology and cognition.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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How can businesses in the 21st century continue to grow while delivering an absolute reduction in their environmental impact? This was the question posed at a recent RSA and Pepsico roundtable to discuss the challenges of de-coupling economic growth from increased carbon emissions, and to explore solutions. Download the roundtable report (PDF, 2MB). The event included provocations from Stephanie Draper, a Director at Forum for the Future who shared progress to date, giving examples of...
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Mick Brookes, the general secretary of the NAHT, passionately argues that it is primary school teachers themselves who can be instrumental in bringing about change in the primary school curriculum.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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RSA/Soil Association event - Food in a world without oil Our distinguished panel debate the various options available to us in the impending world without oil Panellists: Peter Melchett, Policy Director at the Soil Association; Tim Lang, Professor of Food Policy, City University London and Professor Nigel Halford, principal investigator at Rothamsted Research. Chair: Roger Harrabin, BBC Environmental Analyst
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Poverty and Conflict - Faith as a solution or cause? Our speakers ask how faith can be used as a force for positive social change? Keynote Speakers: Baroness Chalker and Edicio dela Torre Chair: Paul Vallely Discussants: Katherine Marshall, Gerrie ter Harr, Bedreldin Shutta.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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RSA Australia and New Zealand present Clive Hamilton
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Following our debate on electoral reform Matthew Taylor speaks to Chris Huhne MP and Denis MacShane MP. Listen to the debate in full at: http://www.thersa.org/events/audio-and-past-events/2009/electoral-reform-right-question-right-answer-and-who-decides
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Matthew Taylor picks the brains of Elizabeth Gould on the implications of new thinking in neuroscience for society, new scientific discoveries and why lab animals may be more receptive to exercise than humans.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Acclaimed journalist, author and political activist Barbara Ehrenreich explores the darker side of positive thinking. Watch the RSA Animate of this talk: http://youtu.be/u5um8QWWRvo
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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David Willetts MP asks: will the baby boomers be willing to make the sacrifices necessary to address the problem of intergenerational unfairness?
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Left Brain, Right Brain: Human nature and political values Matthew Taylor will explore how brain and behaviour research is increasingly being incorporated into political and policy debate. Respondent: Tim Harford Chair: Jenni Russell
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Justice: Whats the right thing to do? Michael Sandel visits the RSA to argue for a new commitment to citizenship and the common good.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
New Perspectives on Faith and Development: Closing keynote address In the final seminar of this series on faith and development our speaker asks: Have we ignored the teachings of faith groups in our treatment of the natural environment? Do faith traditions have a relevant voice on climate change and environmental degradation? Can they provide us with the energy and focus to overcome inaction? Do they add anything new to this debate? Keynote Speaker: Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury...
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Daniel Pink provides concrete examples of how intrinsic motivation functions both at home and in the workplace. Watch the RSA Animate of this talk: http://youtu.be/u6XAPnuFjJc Follow the RSA on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thersaorg Like the RSA on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thersaorg
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Philosophical novelist Rebecca Goldstein and cognitive theorist Steven Pinker in conversation on literature, science and religion.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
John Kampfner provides a spirited account of the new world order that threatens to undermine our most basic freedoms. Why, Kampfner asks, do so many intelligent and engaged citizens around the world choose to sacrifice their essential freedoms in order to attain security or wealth? What is a legitimate sacrifice to make when it comes to personal or national security? What is at stake when we ask this question?
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Rt Hon Tony Blair gave the opening address in a new series of seminars on faith and development organised by The Tony Blair Faith Foundation, DFID, WorldVision, Oxfam and Islamic Relief. Do faith groups have the capacity and the remit to be involved in international development? If faith is highlighted as a factor provoking conflict how can it be a force for good? And what are faith groups doing already and how - and should - this role be enlarged?
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Matthew Taylor in conversation with Martin Jacques
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Security in the 21st Century: Global, National, Local With Alan Johnson MP, Home Secretary. In this wide-ranging speech, the Home Secretary talks about the issues that affect peoples safety and security in 21st century from antisocial behaviour to foreign policy. Respondent: Michael Clarke, director, the Royal United Services Institute.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Digital guru Jaron Lanier delivers a call to arms against digital collectivism and proposes more productive ways technology might interact with our culture.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Intelligence Squared U.S.
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Jeannie Suk and Stephen Schulhofer elaborate on how workplace sexual harassment can inform how harassment on college campuses should be treated.
Topics: New York, New York, Intelligence Squared U.S., IQ2US, Youtube, YouTube Editor, 2015
The Economic Consequences of Mr Brown Stein Ringen and Polly Toynbee assess the economic and political consequences of the past decade of government and ask whether the time is right for constitutional reform
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
New Design in Heritage Settings, the Angus Millar Lecture 2008, was part of the RSA national event programme. This highly successful event, attended by over 450 architects, urban planners, students from the Edinburgh College of Art and RSA Fellows took place at the Royal College of Physicians, 9 Queen Street, Edinburgh on Monday 13 October 2008. It was supported by the Angus Millar trust, the RSA, the Media & Creative Industries Special Interest Group, Anderson Strathern LLP and Historic...
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Making Local the Answer John Denham MP, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government sets out his vision for the future of local government, with councils at the centre of their communities. Respondent: Sir Michael Bichard, executive director, Institute for Government Chair: Steve Broome, director of research, RSA
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Ben Bradshaw: Culture has had a seat a the Cabinet Table for 12 years - what's been learnt and what's next? If our national life is enriched by the arts becoming part of the public's core script what will a new settlement for arts and culture look like over the next ten years? What are the values, visions, and investments that should animate the arts and all their supporters in the public and private realm? Have we got the funding models and mindsets right?
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Nobel Peace Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu gives the LOCOG inaugural diversity and inclusion address.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Chairman's Inaugural Lecture - The Importance of Invention RSA Chairman, Luke Johnson gives this year's inaugural lecture. The promotion of innovation was the founding spirit of the RSA, Luke suggests that we should renew our commitment to industrial and social pioneers who can provide solutions to the challenges that lie ahead.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Creating a High-Value Economy Sir John Rose, chief executive of Rolls Royce, outlines the importance of a dynamic manufacturing base to a resourceful and competitive economy
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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NB: Due to copyright issues, the RSA has substituted other images for those actually used in the lecture. Sarah Blaffer Hrdy presents a new vision of human evolution and to argue that our capacity to understand, engage and empathise with each other stems from our status as a cooperatively parenting species.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Connected Minds: Loneliness, Social Brains and the Need for Community Professor John Cacioppo, author of the bestselling book Loneliness and co-founder of the study of 'social neuroscience' outlines the vital importance of altruistic behaviour, social connection, and inclusive communities.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Is free will an illusion? Join Patrick Haggard and our expert panel for a special event to debate the profound implications of the classic Libet experiment.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
The Internet in Society: Empowering or censoring citizens? Could the internet actually inhibit rather than empower civil society? Join Evgeny Morozov, 2009-2010 Yahoo fellow at Georgetown University, as he outlines the dramatically different ways in which the internet's potential can be utilised by citizens and regimes.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Intelligence Squared U.S.
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The debaters take 30 seconds each to sum up their thoughts on where victims of sexual assault on college campuses are more likely to find justice: in the court system or in campus tribunals under Title IX.
Topics: New York, New York, Intelligence Squared U.S., IQ2US, Youtube, YouTube Editor, 2015
Larchmont-Mamaroneck Community TV
by LMCTV Productions
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Join our tech helper as she describes how to navigate through YouTube Studio. To start a YouTube channel you can watch a previous Tech help episode here, lmcmedia.org/videos_list/tech-help-how-to-create-a-youtube-channel/ ,or in the tech Help playlist. Like us on Facebook and Twitter: @lmcmediacenter Visit LMC media website: http://lmcmedia.org/
Topics: New York, Mamaroneck, LMCTV Productions, LMC-TV, Public Access TV, Community Media, PEG, Youtube,...
Professor Geoffrey Crossick responds to David Lammy MP Professor Geoffrey Crossick is the Warden of Goldsmith's, University of London.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
New Perspectives on Faith and Development: Towards a Sustainable Environment - What can faith teach us? Keynote Speakers: Satish Kumar, editor, Resurgence, Professor Sir John Houghton FRS, former Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Chair: Joel Edwards, International Director, Micah Challenge Discussants: Andy Atkins, executive director, Friends of the Earth and Mark Dowd, campaign strategist, Operation Noah.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Cities and Citizenship: Surviving the 21st Century Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the RSA in conversation with leading social entrepreneur Lord Mawson, Professor Wolf Prix, co-founder of COOP HIMMELB(L)AU and pioneering writer and journalist Anna Minton chaired by Professor Ricky Burdett, Director of the Urban Age programme at the LSE. Organised with the London Development Agency in association with RSA Design & Society and as part of the London Design Festival
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Michael Gove MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families outlines the principles that should inform education reform in the 21st Century.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Matt Mason explains how piracy creates ideas that change the mainstream.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
RSA Thursday - Place, Identity and Community: A history of the plot Guardian columnist Madeleine Bunting visits the RSA to investigate our interactions with places, spaces and the people with whom we share them.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Emily Campbell speaks to Anna Minton about how the economic landscape plays out on the built environment and the role of architects in developing a common good vision of the city.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the RSA, introduces the RSA in this short video about who we are: our history, our work, our Fellowship and our future. Purpose, vision & strategy In the light of new challenges and opportunities for the human race, the RSA seeks to develop and promote new ways of thinking about human fulfilment and social progress. We do this by providing a platform for ideas and debate, a programme of innovative research and development, and through the activities of our...
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
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Barry Sheerman, the Labour MP for Huddersfield and chairman of the House of Commons Select Committee for Children, Schools and Families, discusses the select committees recommendations for the national curriculum, with a particular emphasis on the primary curriculum.
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Justice Secretary Jack Straw talks about reform in the criminal justice system and to launch the first ever National Victims' Service.
Topics: England, London, Youtube, 2010
Rompeviento TV
by Rompeviento Television
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¿Ya tienes tu boleto para la Rifa Rompeviento TV? ¡Encuentra aquí toda la información! https://www.rompeviento.tv/rifa-rompeviento-tv/ También puedes depositar en nuestra cuenta en Oxxo: 4766 8415 0560 3798 Videocharla con Ernesto Ledesma -- 13/Agt/20 * El papel de Mexicanos contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad * Sanjuana Martínez rompe la mesa de negociación con el sindicato de Notimex * La rifa de Rompeviento TV
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¿Ya tienes tu boleto para la Rifa Rompeviento TV? ¡Encuentra aquí toda la información! https://www.rompeviento.tv/rifa-rompeviento-tv/ También puedes depositar en nuestra cuenta en Oxxo: 4766 8415 0560 3798 Hoy en ROMPEVIENTO TV INFORMA 13/Agosto/2020 3pm. * El papel de Mexicanos contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad — Jorge Gómez Naredo, director de Polemón. — Luis Guillermo Hernández, director de la Sexta W. * Reportaje: Migrar y morir lejos de casa - Rostros de la pandemia —...
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La relación México-Estados Unidos es una ironía histórica. Mientras el Presidente más racista de su historia separa a nuestras naciones, la lucha por la igua...
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Hoy es el festival Juntos Pero No. Un festival de música que busca hacer comunidad, crear lazos con las comunidades más vulnerables y resignificar el trabajo del artista en tiempo de confinamiento. Por más de 10 horas podrás escuchar música de selectos compositores de alrededor de América. Ayúdanos a compartir! :)
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