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Radio Free Acton: Defining a human right; Understanding Brexit

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On this episode of Radio Free Acton, Trey Dimsdale, director of Program Outreach at Acton, speaks with Adam MacLeod, professor of law at Faulkner University, on the definition of a basic human right and how the concept is understood today. Then, Senior Editor at Acton, Rev. Ben Johnson, talks about Brexit with Rev. Richard Turnbull from the Center for Enterprise, Markets, and Ethics. They analyze the aftermath of Brexit and the events that led up to the split between Britain and the EU.

Check out these additional resources on this week’s podcast topics:

Learn more about the debasement of human rights in an additional podcast episode

What can I possibly (and practically) do to help fight human rights violations?

Register here for the upcoming conference: Faith and Democracy in America: Christianity and Liberalism Rightly Understood

Read “God, Brexit, and EUtopia” by Stephen F. Copp

Read “Brexit: For the life of the world” by Peter Farrington

Do you have questions for the Radio Free Acton team that you would like answered in future podcast segments? We want to hear from you! Leave a message at 888-705-4180 or email RFA@acton.org. Lastly, if you like what you heard on today’s episode, don’t forget to give us a rating on iTunes.

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Caroline Roberts has a B.A. in English from Grove City College and produces the Acton Institute’s podcast, Acton Line.

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