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Water We Watching is a half-an-hour podcast about the wonderful world of water-based films. It's a conversational podcast commenting on the multiple aspects of films set in, around or under water. It has a slight comedic nature to it given the ridiculous niche that's been set but is also hopefully somewhat informative; basically just some fun.
 
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In this Safeguarding Podcast I'm joined by Steve Wood, Deputy Commissioner and Executive Director of the Information Commissioner's Office to discuss the Age Appropriate Design Code. Online data sits at the heart of the digital services that children use every day. From the moment a young person opens an app, data is gathered about them. What is th…
 
In this safeguarding podcast with John Carr OBE, we discuss how the EU went wrong with GDPR, the EU's new ePrivacy regulation and how it will make CSAM detection innovation illegal. We ask what is WhoIs and why is this important? We also discuss how social media companies have dodged the requirement for parental consent and ask, given that the UK i…
 
In this safeguarding podcast with Jenny Greensmith-Brennan of Safer Lives, we ask is there a way other than prison of dealing with offenders? Is prison effective and is it offenders' biggest fear? What is the balance between retribution and justice? Is offender rehabilitation possible? What is the impact on the family of an abuser looking at images…
 
So here’s a question for you: Which grocery category of non-edible products do you shop making increasingly careful choices around the products’ ingredients, choosing your favourites based on something very akin to flavours, looking for additive free or organic options, and even buying different versions of the product to cater for different member…
 
In this safeguarding podcast with Baroness Beeban Kidron of 5Rights, we discuss the rights of children online. What are the moral and legal obligations of businesses as far as children are concerned? How can large scale digital service providers encapsulate children's rights as defined by the UN CRC into their services? What are Age Appropriate Dig…
 
Across the Western world, the Carbonated Soft Drinks category is experiencing real transformation… thanks to the sugar backlash, the resulting sugar tax and the fight against plastic. I recently heard that the majority of fizzy soft drinks sold in the supermarkets now contain no or low amounts of added sugar, which really surprised me. For a catego…
 
In this safeguarding podcast John Tanagho of the International Justice Mission, IJM, discusses the Supply and Demand of privacy-enabled encrypted "Pay Per View & Direct" live streaming of child sexual abuse. Which are the Demand-side countries and which are the Supply-side countries? What are the socio-economic factors that create a market for pred…
 
The case study in Category transformation that is on everyone’s lips right now is Oatly. But did you know that Oatly has been around for 30 years in the Dairy Alternatives Category? It’s only really in the past 5 years that something has changed massively, at least in the UK market. In 2016, Oatly’s UK revenue was around £6M, but this year they are…
 
In this Safeguarding Podcast we discuss the issues for online safety that COVID19 has brought to Saratoga High School, USA. Principal Greg Louie discusses how his school has adapted to the challenges for the online safety of children while remote learning, how disadvantaged children are helped, the EdCode, WASC vs Ofsted and how teachers themselves…
 
Mark Mulhern is a Brand Performance Coach with a spectacular CV in brand advertising and through-the-line Marketing investment. He’s worked agency-side for the past 20+ years managing advertising accounts worth £100M of pounds and dollars, for clients such as Mars, Unilever, McDonalds, Amazon, Virgin and Sainsbury’s. If you’ve listened to the first…
 
In this Safeguarding podcast we discuss the organised sexual abuse of children. Beyond the lurid headlines, how common is organised sexual abuse? What are the contexts in which organized abuse takes place? What indeed are the impacts on the victim? What part does the internet and social media play in its enactment? And what does the 18th century wr…
 
How many of us eat chocolate or other cocoa-based products without realising – and this is deadly serious – that we could be unwittingly funding child labour and even child slavery in West Africa? Almost a year ago, we interviewed Ben Greensmith, the UK country manager of Tony’s Chocolonely, and we heard how this amazing company is trying to change…
 
In this safeguarding podcast we discuss with Special Representative of the UN Secretary General on Violence Against Children, Najat Maalla M’jid, the UN CRC, what it is and the 4 under-pinning General Principles, the Optional Protocols, the Sustainable Development Goals especially SDG16, and the impact of COVID on meeting the 2030 targets. Also, VN…
 
In this safeguarding podcast we discuss the fledgling Online SafetyTech Industry Association, OSTIA, with its Chair Ian Stevenson. Can a UK tech collective effectively tackle the Online Harms that US social media companies can't, or won't? Has "the internet" reached a Strategic Inflection Point and what would that mean? Is the UK Government breachi…
 
In this safeguarding podcast we talk to Rabbi Diana Gerson about the Jewish faith and its role in safeguarding children online, as well as Rabbi Gerson’s interfaith approach to the issue. Shomrim, mesirah, halakha, Yiddishkeit and how being more like Moses are all explored in relation to safeguarding children in the online digital context.…
 
It’s tough times out there for many brands. Even for the lucky ones who are seeing an increase in sales due to the current situation, future plans are up in the air and investment in growth is on pause, with so much depending on how things pan out over the next few months. We wanted to find out what’s happening in the world of investment & funding …
 
In this safeguarding podcast we talk with Eleanor Kelly Gaetan, Director of Government Relations for the National Centre on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) about the American legal system and US Federal legislation which is passed will have global ramifications. Although the EARN IT Act has bi-partisan support, "big tech is pretending that it cares abo…
 
In this safeguarding podcast we discuss with Director of Perspective Economics Sam Donaldson, the DCMS sponsored inaugural report on the UK SafetyTech industry. Forwarded by Caroline Dinenage, the Minister of State for Digital and Culture, the report defines SafetyTech and explores its aims and ambitions, its funding, value and growth. Who are the …
 
In this safeguarding podcast we discuss with Simone Vibert, Senior Policy and Public Affairs Analyst, the unique powers of the Children's Commissioner's Office, what they are and what they aren't, the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown on child online safety, the mental health services chasm, whether there's a fundamental flaw in the Online Harms whit…
 
Buymie was conceived when Founder Devan Hughes learned that the £9bn online retail grocery industry in UK & Irl, was loosing over £300M per year…and he reckoned it was therefore ripe for disruption. Buymie is a mobile-first, on-demand grocery delivery platform enabling consumers to order any grocery or household item from local stores using their m…
 
In Episode 5 of Series 1, we spoke to Sam Dennigan, founder of insurgent frozen brand STRONG ROOTS, which offers tasty plant-based food designed for busy lives. Sam promised to come back on the show and update us on how their impending launch in the USA went…which he does in this episode. Shortly after we recorded our update, Covid 19 hit, so we re…
 
In this safeguarding podcast we discuss with Iain Thomas Deputy Head of The Foundry College PRU, the devastating effect smart phones can have on children, how they are ensnared into County Lines and the impact this has on the child's education, attainment and on the College. We also discuss the impact of COVID-19 and the incredible outcomes the Col…
 
We’re going to spend the next few episodes exploring how growing Food & Bev. businesses are coping with the current crisis, the kind of help they need, and some of the resources available to help them. In this episode we’re talking to Jason Gibb, one of the co-founders of Bread & Jam. Once an annual business festival for Food & Beverage entrepreneu…
 
LISTEN AND RATE THIS EPISODE ON ITUNES HERE Listen to this episode on Spotify HERE If you’ve listened to the first few episodes of Series 2 of Brand GrowthHeroes, you probably know that one of the themes we are exploring is the BRAVEdecisions that food & Bev founders sometimes have to make. In this episode we’re talking to Paul Brown, CEO and Found…
 
In this safeguarding podcast we discuss with Rick Lane, formerly “the point person for cleaning up MySpace”, the legal issues around Section 230 and why social media platforms are fighting any change to the status quo which provides them with immunity from liability from what's on their platforms and we reach a startling and frightening conclusion …
 
LISTEN AND RATE THIS EPISODE ON ITUNES HERE Listen to this episode on Spotify HERE We’re going to spend the next few episodes exploring how growing Food & Bev. businesses are coping with the current...By Fiona Fitzpatrick
 
In this safeguarding podcast we discuss the prevalence of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) in the corporate IT environment, it's scale and impact. We discover that IT teams typically don't have the specialist systems in place to find this illegal content, and that processes and procedures are inadvertently designed to make matters worse. What can…
 
Access to a Classical Homeopathy 24 hours a day, 7 days a week? Yes please! On this special episode of Moms Using Homeopathy, I have a quick chat with Mary Greensmith about her new website, Homeopathy247.com. Mary Greensmith has been an inspiration to many in our Moms Using Homeopathy Facebook group, and has built this wonderful team of homeopaths …
 
In this safeguarding podcast we discuss Project Arachnid with Lianna McDonald Senior Executive of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection. We cover the "Continuum of Abuse", the five different types of responses from service providers to hosting CSAM, the concept of "follow the money", the CCCP's Framework for Action, the Phoenix 11 and Project Ar…
 
LISTEN AND RATE THIS EPISODE ON ITUNES HERE Listen to this episode on Spotify HERE and on STITCHER here If you’ve listened to the first few episodes of Series 2 of Brand Growth Heroes, you...By Fiona Fitzpatrick
 
LISTEN AND RATE THIS EPISODE ON ITUNES HERE Listen on Spotify HERE My first job on the graduate scheme at Nestle was as Assistant Brand Manager of Sun Pat Peanut Butter. I can remember being...By Fiona Fitzpatrick
 
In this safeguarding podcast we talk with Dr Carlene Firmin MBE about Contextual Safeguarding and the social theory of Pierre Bourdieu. We also discuss why Contextual Safeguarding is counter cultural to traditional child care systems and why the dynamics of adolescence are an absolute nightmare to children's services.…
 
In this safeguarding podcast we discuss the online grooming of Shamima Begum with Dal Babu, former Chief Superintendent of the Met police. Was Shamima a terrorist, or was she a victim of online radicalisation and a failed safeguarding system? Did the UK's Home Secretary Sajid Javid break UK law? What part does austerity-driven hunger lead to the ra…
 
In this podcast we discuss the unintended consequences of sharenting, how parents' desire to share with pride or to share to shame contravenes the rights of the child to privacy and how otherwise innocent postings of children can lead to abuse. Also the difference between "data" in Europe and "speech" in the US impacts childrens' "Right to be Forgo…
 
In this safeguarding podcast we talk about Safety by Design with Australia's e-Safety Commissioner Julie Inman-Grant, an American in Australia protecting children around the world. She discusses the Child Dignity Alliance, how the suicide, caused by online abuse, of a top TV presenter led to the creation of the e-Safety Office, and the three key pr…
 
In this podcast we discuss Tech for Good with Chris Ashworth of Nominet. We ask why is Nominet, a Domain Name Registrar buried deep within the online digital context infrastructure concerned about the online experience of children and how they will benefit 1,000,000 young people through their public benefit strategy of promoting greater connectivit…
 
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