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Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre Program in collaboration with Oregon Children's Theatre presents the Intergenerational Queer Audio Project.This podcast includes stories, reflections, poems, and songs from members of our diverse queer community, ranging in ages from fourteen to eighty. Themes of the podcast include “generations”- our relationships to family and ancestors, moments that feel like “the eye of the hurricane”, and dreams for a future of justice and caring. The project is l ...
 
What are the long-term consequences of decisions we make today, and to what extent should the interests of future generations be taken into account? There is a wide range of public policy challenges that require us to provide some sort of answer to these questions. This interdisciplinary seminar series brings together academics and experts to address the implications of critical questions arising from ideas of intergenerational justice. Speakers will consider different areas of public policy ...
 
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Usual podcast host Bruce Langhus has a seat on the other side as he and his American son John have a truly intergenerational conversation on climate. Discussed in this episode is how various levels of government on both sides of the border are being informed, and the differences between the United States of America and Canada in how to best deal wi…
 
Enjoy all the songs from the project, including the previously unreleased song, I Only Cared About You! 00:00 Way Out by Sidra Morgan-Montoya 03:41 Be Done With the Game by Venessa 06:13 Shattered Pieces by Anna Gunderson 09:29 You Are Loved by Kaitlyn O'Neill 13:10 Magnetism lyrics and vocals by Ari Chadwick-Saund, music and piano by Anna Gunderso…
 
This is a collection of audio art– songs, stories, poems, reflections. This is a message to our younger selves. We ask that you listen on their behalf. Please enjoy this bonus episode, written and performed by Corey Gallet de St. Aurin. A special thanks to Forward Stride. Visit our website for more info. Trevor Lifeline (24-hour crisis line for LGB…
 
This is a collection of audio art– songs, stories, poems, reflections. This is a message to our younger selves. We ask that you listen on their behalf. Visit our website for more info. Trevor Lifeline (24-hour crisis line for LGBTQ youth): (866) 488-7386 Trans Lifeline (24 hour crisis line for Trans folks): (877) 565-8860 Call to Safety (24-hour do…
 
This is a collection of audio art– songs, stories, poems, reflections. This is a message to our younger selves. We ask that you listen on their behalf. Visit our website for more info. Trevor Lifeline (24-hour crisis line for LGBTQ youth): (866) 488-7386 Trans Lifeline (24 hour crisis line for Trans folks): (877) 565-8860 Call to Safety (24-hour do…
 
This is a collection of audio art– songs, stories, poems, reflections. This is a message to our younger selves. We ask that you listen on their behalf. Visit our website for more info. Trevor Lifeline (24-hour crisis line for LGBTQ youth): (866) 488-7386 Trans Lifeline (24 hour crisis line for Trans folks): (877) 565-8860 Call to Safety (24-hour do…
 
In this discussion, the cast and creative team will be sharing their experiences of working in a creative space focused on the queer community, the process of collaboration and creating their stories, personal discoveries made, and the impact the experience had on them. Visit our website to watch the recording, and for more info!…
 
In response to COVID-19 and the challenges of gathering together, Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre Program, in collaboration with Oregon Children’s Theatre, is excited to announce its first-ever audio play! The Intergenerational Queer Audio Project Message to Ourselves is inspired by the question “what is your message to your younger self?” …
 
Professor Asheim, Department of Economics, University of Oslo, gives a talk for the Oxford Martin School Hilary Term Seminar Series 2011 Intergenerational Justice: What do we owe future generations? Economists sometimes claim that generations cannot be treated equally. Some even argue that future generations must be given less weight than the prese…
 
Dr Martin Weale, of the Bank of England Monetary Policy, gives a talk for the Oxford Martin School 2011 Hilary Term Seminar Series; Intergenerational Justice: What do we owe future generations? We assess fiscal policy from the perspective of fairness between generations and the relationship between this and national saving, in the context where the…
 
The worthiness of a social investment project is a balance between the cost of the project, and the value of the benefits to society/ how long those benefits may apply. The term social discounting is often used by economists as a way of summarising this, and it's precise calculation is often an area of hot debate. Nowhere is this more true than in …
 
Our world is demographically divided - some populations continue to grow rapidly, while others are already on a shrinking trajectory. But it is becoming increasingly important to understand how population structures are actually changing, not just increasing in size. Many populations have been ageing in an historically unprecedented way, and an acc…
 
Climate change raises profound questions of intergenerational justice. It is widely recognized that there is a powerful case for mitigation in virtue of obligations we have to future generations. But how much mitigation is required? Is the widely held view that humanity should act so as to prevent anything higher than two degrees celsius increase i…
 
The principles that ought to guide our one-way relations with future generations depend profoundly on the precise nature of what is being provided to or - in this case, inflicted on - them. Most discussions of intergenerational justice assume that some benefit is being provided to the future. In the case of the accelerating rate of climate change, …
 
Well-being, Time and Sustainability: Epicurus or Aristotle? This seminar addresses two key questions about sustainability. Firstly, is it is possible to maintain or improve well-being without increasing consumption? Then, secondly, is it possible to extend the time-horizon of individuals and institutions so that the interests of future persons can …
 
Professor Peter Heller (John Hopkins University) on 'Is the fiscal crisis forcing a rethink of our intergenerational compact with the elderly?'. As part of the Oxford Martin School's Seminar Series on Intergenerational Justice, Professor Peter S. Heller of the School of Advanced International Studies of The Johns Hopkins University will examine whe…
 
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