34 episodes

The world is changing. As we navigate the emerging multipolarity, where power is distributed among multiple actors, the Global South emerges as a key player. Global South Pole is more than just a podcast. It’s a platform dedicated to challenging the mainstream narratives and amplifying the voices of the overlooked communities. It’s time to rewrite the maps to plant the Global South at the center

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The world is changing. As we navigate the emerging multipolarity, where power is distributed among multiple actors, the Global South emerges as a key player. Global South Pole is more than just a podcast. It’s a platform dedicated to challenging the mainstream narratives and amplifying the voices of the overlooked communities. It’s time to rewrite the maps to plant the Global South at the center

    Pan-African Justice: Redefining Legal Systems for Africa

    Pan-African Justice: Redefining Legal Systems for Africa

    Although intended to ensure global accountability, the international justice framework faces criticism for its double standards and the injustices towards African countries. African nations often face unequal scrutiny compared to Western countries, which underscores the need for reform to achieve fairness and equality in international justice.

    • 59 min
    Global Africa: Unified Vision for Prosperity

    Global Africa: Unified Vision for Prosperity

    The concept of “Global Africa” is gaining momentum, creating a sense of unity between African nations and people of African descent all around the world, particularly in the Caribbean. This movement seeks to harness collective economic strength, driven by shared histories and cultural ties, for mutual prosperity and development.

    • 33 min
    'IMF Policies Not People Centric': Experts on Reasons Behind Kenyan Protests

    'IMF Policies Not People Centric': Experts on Reasons Behind Kenyan Protests

    Kenya recently saw massive protests sparked by a controversial financial bill, exacerbated by IMF policies amid economic decline. The demonstrations led to the withdrawal of the bill, raising questions about whether the move will improve the lives of Kenyans and bring economic stability. Global South Pole's host joins experts to discuss the issue.

    • 33 min
    Rwanda's Genocide & Its Legacy

    Rwanda's Genocide & Its Legacy

    The Rwandan Genocide of 1994, claiming around 800,000 lives, is one of the darkest pages in world history. Rooted in ethnic tensions and colonial legacy, this tragedy highlights the devastating impact of hatred and division. As Rwanda rebuilds, the aftermath of the genocide remains a strong reminder of the need for global vigilance and compassion.

    • 37 min
    Reclaiming Africa's Linguistic Heritage: Rise of Swahili

    Reclaiming Africa's Linguistic Heritage: Rise of Swahili

    Swahili, spoken by millions across East Africa, is a key driver of regional unity and cultural identity. Its importance spans education, media, and international diplomacy, with the language being a vital tool for communication and collaboration in an increasingly interconnected world.

    • 31 min
    Voice of Games: How Sports Journalists Influence Sports Culture

    Voice of Games: How Sports Journalists Influence Sports Culture

    Sports journalism plays a crucial role in highlighting the power of sport to unite communities, inspire individuals, and drive social change. Covering events from local to international competitions, they capture the triumphs and struggles of athletes, providing a narrative that transcends the game itself to reflect broader societal issues.

    • 25 min

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