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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Meghan Campbell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Meghan Campbell, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Meghan Campbell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Meghan Campbell, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 42 - Meghan Campbell | Setting Boundaries And Advocating For Yourself In Work And In Life

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CW: Abuse - There is mention of abuse in this episode. If this is a subject you wish not to listen to, we suggest pausing at minute 10 and resuming again at minute 15.

We have Meghan Campbell with us today to talk to us about something that is incredibly important to us: self-advocacy. The act of standing up for yourself and being able to confidently put yourself first can be a radical concept, especially for womxn. But Meghan is here to break down those barriers and let you know that it is all going to be ok. But that it’s also a work in progress.

We get incredibly candid about our feelings and Meghan graciously shares some stories from her past, some pretty incredible, others quite harrowing. Meg was a wonderful guest who opened up the conversation so much, this episode might sound like an hour and a half long counselling session.

Find Meghan online:
Website: https://www.meghantalks.com
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meghantalks

Find Meghan online:
Website: https://www.meghantalks.com
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meghantalks

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Mar 19 2020 · 1hr 48mins
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An Education Around Gaslighting & Manipulation with Meghan Campbell

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Today's topic is one you're either very familiar with from personal experience, or you might (fortunately) be a little unsure as to what something like gaslighting even is.  

Either way, this is an important one, because you might not know you need this knowledge until you've already been deeply affected.

One of the reasons I wanted to have Meghan Campbell on for this discussion (other than the fact that she's awesome!) is because there's a lack of understanding around some of these issues, and education is power. The more you know, the better you will be able to potentially spot behaviours like this sooner.

Meghan Campbell is a writer, speaker and coach who has been training in a professional capacity for over seven years, beginning with corporate talks on brand ethics, company values and leadership, and later moving into interpersonal sessions with groups and individuals.If she had a superpower it would be her ability to take big, sometimes intimidating concepts and ideas and break them down into something accessible and tangible.

Her aim is to help people hold themselves accountable, remain resilient and recognize what’s truly important in their lives. She's dedicated to helping people close the gap between who they are, who they feel they have to be, and who they truly want to be.

Plus, Meghan and I are basically soul mates because when she's not working she spends much of her time reading, asking people if she can pet their dogs and struggling to keep her succulents alive. (twinsies!)

On this episode we're opening up a conversation around some sticky topics like some of the various forms of emotional abuse to better recognize some of the signs, including:

  • Gaslighting and psychological manipulation
  • How emotional abuse can sneak up on you without you even noticing, and breaking down the myth that it doesn’t happen to strong, independent people
  • The differences between boundaries and compromising
  • Taking responsibility and ownership of our own roles, and where that line is

Make sure to connect with Meghan below and check out everything she has to offer!

FIND MEGHAN

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Questions?  Comments? Want to connect and chat? You can email me at info@emilygoughcoaching.com, or DM me over on Instagram @emilygoughcoach with any questions, comments, or takeaways!  Plus, I would absolutely love to connect with you and thank you for listening in real life.  It makes me day to see you listening to the podcast and fills me up with pure joy. Seriously.  See you on the ‘gram!

Questions?  Comments?  If Instagram and Facebook aren’t your jam, send me a good old fashioned email!  info@emilygoughcoaching.com

New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday!
Jun 20 2019 · 1hr 9mins
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Women, Poverty, Equality: The Role of CEDAW (Meghan Campbell)

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[Original release: 7 September 2018] Sustainable Development Goal number 1 is to end poverty in all its forms everywhere. And the targets specifically state that poverty must be eliminated for all men, women and children. But poverty affects these groups differently, and the causes of poverty for men, women, and children also differ. Empirical evidence tells us that women disproportionately live in poverty. So how do we tackle the gendered nature of poverty, when it seems to be missing from both development agendas and human rights frameworks?

This episode is part of a special series on “Working Together: Human Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals,” a British Academy project led by Professor Sandy Fredman.

Produced by: Dr Kira Allmann (University of Oxford)
Interview(s) with: Dr Meghan Campbell (University of Birmingham)
Music by: Rosemary Allmann

Sep 24 2018 · 25mins
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Sex Education in UK Schools (Meghan Campbell)

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[Original release: 16 January 2017] On 11 January 2017, members of a public bill committee in the UK parliament voted against an amendment to the Children and Social Work Bill that would have made sex and relationship education compulsory in all schools. In this episode of RightsUp #RightNow, we talk to Dr. Meghan Campbell, deputy director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, about the implications of this decision and the need for a human rights based approach to sex education.

Produced by: Dr Kira Allmann
Interview(s) with: Dr Meghan Campbell
Music by: Rosemary Allmann
Sep 24 2018 · 9mins
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RightsUp #RightNow - Women, Poverty, Equality: The Role of CEDAW (with Meghan Campbell)

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In September 2015, the UN adopted the Sustainable Development Goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all people. The Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs, have made an overt commitment to human rights as fundamental to the international development agenda. SDG Goal number 1 is to end poverty in all its forms everywhere. And the targets specifically state that poverty must be eliminated for all men, women and children. But poverty affects these groups differently, and the causes of poverty for men, women, and children also differ. Empirical evidence tells us that women disproportionately live in poverty. So how do we tackle the gendered nature of poverty, when it seems to be missing from both development agendas and human rights frameworks?

This episode is part of a special series on “Working Together: Human Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals,” a British Academy project led by Professor Sandy Fredman, Fellow of the British Academy and Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub. As part of this project, the Academy convened a roundtable in January 2018 with academic experts, policymakers and practitioners from the UK and overseas to discuss the ways in which human rights and developmental goals can work together to achieve the SDG agenda and particularly gender equality and women’s empowerment. Meghan Campbell participated in the discussion.

Produced by: Dr Kira Allmann (University of Oxford)
Interview(s) with: Dr Meghan Campbell (University of Birmingham)
Music by: Rosemary Allmann

If you like this podcast, please consider making a donation to the Oxford Human Rights Hub to support the work we do to make human rights information more accessible: www.alumniweb.ox.ac.uk/law/donations…ke-a-donation

Sep 07 2018 · 25mins
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RightsUp - Sex Education in UK Schools (with Meghan Campbell)

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RightsUp #RightNow is a series of mini episodes in the RightsUp podcast series that explores current events dealing with human rights issues.

On 11 January, members of a public bill committee in the UK parliament voted against an amendment to the Children and Social Work Bill that would have made sex and relationship education compulsory in all schools. In this episode of RightsUp #RightNow, we talk to Dr. Meghan Campbell, deputy director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, about the implications of this decision and the need for a human rights based approach to sex education.

Produced by: Dr Kira Allmann
Interview(s) with: Dr Meghan Campbell
Music by: Rosemary Allmann

[Original release: 16 January 2017]
Jan 16 2017 · 9mins