Human Rights & Micro-Finance

March 22, 2012 at 20:49 Leave a comment

It’s quite amazing that one of the greatest human rights inequalities that most people don’t consider as a violation of human rights is abject poverty. Creating a world where there is true human rights, justice and peace requires taking real action at the grass roots levels. During Divine Conversations, radio host, Alison Levesley interviews Professor Julia Hausserman about her work with Rights and Humanity, a charity supported by patrons, HH Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Dadi Janki and several other internationally renowned leaders. During this interview, Professor Hausserman shares how she has successfully led her organisation through the path of peace ‘development’.

This interview was followed by Dr Phyllis’ Social Enterprise Hour and her guest, Tom Sanderson, CEO of Five Talents Micro-Finance. Tom explains exactly how micro-finance is critical in lifting people into a state of self-sustenance. Given the financial mess that the global banks and governments have created, perhaps micro-financing could be the answer to lifting people out of financial crises in the Western world. You can listen to the replays of both interviews on www.untangledfm.com/index.php/live.

Enjoy!

Harun Rabbani

Founder, UnTangled FM

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