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Formerly known as Theta Project, this is a podcast for activist citizens. Hear from people who confront power and make change happen. The goal: to get tips, tactics and inspiration for your own activist projects. There’s a weekly newsletter too – sign up at https://subvrt.org so you don’t miss a thing.

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    • Society & Culture

Formerly known as Theta Project, this is a podcast for activist citizens. Hear from people who confront power and make change happen. The goal: to get tips, tactics and inspiration for your own activist projects. There’s a weekly newsletter too – sign up at https://subvrt.org so you don’t miss a thing.

    The grassroots battle against COVID, with Vicky van der Togt

    The grassroots battle against COVID, with Vicky van der Togt

    A look at how grassroots groups are changing how we tackle COVID, with Vicky van der Togt, founder of the Zero Covid Alliance.

    • 19 min
    Creative protest and how to build a movement, with Radomir Lazovic

    Creative protest and how to build a movement, with Radomir Lazovic

    An inspiring, hands-on interview with the activist Radomir Lazovic, one of the founders of Don’t Let Belgrade Drown, a political movement that’s making big waves (!) in Serbia.

    • 29 min
    Exposing the far-right, with Antonis Bougias

    Exposing the far-right, with Antonis Bougias

    What do you do when your country is holding the biggest trial of a Nazi party since Nuremberg, and the media can’t be trusted to cover it properly? We speak to Antonis Bougias, a key person in the Golden Dawn Watch grassroots journalism project in Greece, to find out.

    • 27 min
    The state of digital activism with Asteris Masouras

    The state of digital activism with Asteris Masouras

    With global news curator Asteris Masouras, we debate what online activism is getting right -- and how it could improve. Among other topics, we discuss: Twitter’s value as a platform for activism, when to call a fascist a fascist, and deplatforming and censorship as political weapons.

    • 35 min

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