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Eutopya Podcasts

17 EpisodesProduced by EutopyaWebsite

Raw conversations. Global stories. Fresh takes. Eutopya is an international student organization forging a platform for the uncut student voice. Hear what students have to say—both about the latest news cycle and about the topics we want to prioritize. This is new, vanguard media. For inquiries, com… read more

17 Episodes | 2020 - 2022

Episode 11 - Smuggling flash drives into North Korea: A fight for freedom

March 26th, 2022

44:42

In this episode, Eutopya sits down with Jiye Seong-Yu of the Human Rights Foundation. She is the Program Manager of Flash Drives for Freedom, which …

Episode 10 - Death, drugs, and power in the Philippines

February 6th, 2022

41:55

In this episode, the team sits down with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Manuel Mogato to discuss Filipino president Duterte’s domestic, and …

Episode 9 - STAND: The student-led movement to end mass atrocities

December 26th, 2021

33:21

The team recently sat down with Caroline Mendoza, the Student Director of STAND—a youth-led organization combatting genocide—for a conversation about …

2021 Summit Snapshot

November 5th, 2021

40:04

After a brief hiatus, we’re back with a new season of Eutopya Podcasts. Our first piece offers listeners a sneak peek of the 2021 Santo Stefano …

Bump: Santo Stefano Summit 2021

July 1st, 2021

13:51

Anya sits down with Manju von Rospatt to discuss the upcoming Santo Stefano Summit. Applications to the conference can be found at

www.santostefanosummit.org.

Episode 8 - Myanmar, then and now

May 20th, 2021

35:12

In March, the team sat down with Dr. Seinenu Thein-Lemelson of UCLA and the Foundation for Psychocultural Research for a deep dive into the ongoing …

Episode 7 - Protests in Senegal: A new Africa?

April 18th, 2021

40:15

After protests erupted across Senegal last month, the team sat down with Thiat—rapper, activist, and co-founder of Y’en a Marre, an organization that has been leading Senegalese social movements for years. Senegal has a …

Special Episode: A coup in Myanmar

February 1st, 2021

25:38

After yesterday’s dramatic events, the team developed a special episode to talk with Carlo Ferrari, President of the Association of the Italy-Burma Friendship to discuss the ongoing coup in Myanmar. We cover the …

Episode 6 - Omar Alshogre and the power of small actions

February 1st, 2021

36:55

From age 17 to 20, Omar Alshogre was detained as a political prisoner by the Assad regime—simply for attending opposition demonstrations. Syria is …

Erased, Pt. 2: The incredible story of the Diego Garcia US military base and the Chagossians

January 22nd, 2021

44:21

Anya sits down with Professor David Vine of American University of Washington D. C., author of Island of Shame, to discuss the history of the Chagos Islands. In 1965, the UK and the US conspired to set up a military …

Episode 5 - Cyprus, revisited

January 4th, 2021

53:48

In this episode, Anya talks with two students from southern Cyprus, Velislava Vasileva and Ioannis Sterckx, about their thoughts on Turkey, Cyprus, and the international community. This installment was produced—across 6 …

Bump: Western Sahara

November 24th, 2020

6:24

A three-decades-old ceasefire has been broken. Now, a frozen conflict might be erupting.  What will happen to Western Sahara? 

Special thanks to our …

Erased, Pt 1: Cyprus

November 15th, 2020

37:45

This is the first installment of our new miniseries, Erased, wherein we profile unheard voices of the world. In this episode, we talk to Hazal Say Otun, who tells us what it’s like to live in a country that doesn’t …

Episode 4 - How are students feeling?

November 8th, 2020

41:47

We sit down with a group of students from the UK to talk about school, Covid-19, and everything in between. This episode was produced across four …

Episode 3 - The future of GDP

September 22nd, 2020

22:30

In this episode, we hear from student Paula Medina Agromeyor, who discusses how the coronavirus outbreak has demonstrated the failings of a …

Bump: Mauritius

September 12th, 2020

6:57

Our first Bump is here! 


1,000 tons of oil spilled in the Indian Ocean. A wetland zone of international importance at high risk. Thousands of livelihoods pending. How can the ocean be global by definition but not …

Episode 2 - “Human beings, being human”

June 30th, 2020

27:29

This episode is a conversation with "icanyoucantoo" founder and financial professional Nilesh Dosa, who tells us how his personal life and career have intertwined, his experience navigating a nonprofit through the age …

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