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Binge O'Clock

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Binge O'Clock

Joy Seldin + Danielle Ngo

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Welcome friends, it's Binge O'Clock! The Podcast where we watch something, and then we talk about it. Join your hosts, Joy M Seldin and Danielle Ngo, as we watch TV Shows which have either ended before their time, or resolved to completion. Each episode deals with 1-5 episodes of our favorite shows, and at the end we'll have a neat little wrap up for you. Watch along with us as we rewatch, or in some cases, watch for the first time, these binge-able shows!
 
Mission Impact is the podcast for progressive nonprofit leaders who want to build a better world without becoming a martyr to the cause. Interviews of nonprofit experts explore how to make your organization more effective and innovative for greater mission impact. Hosted by Carol Hamilton
 
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All Things Local

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All Things Local

Dr. Alicia M. Schatteman

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Hear ideas and challenges from people working in local government and nonprofit organizations. Hosted by Dr. Alicia Schatteman, Director of the Center for Nonprofit and NGO Studies at Northern Illinois University. We speak with public service researchers and workers across communities about topics and issues affecting their local towns, villages, cities, and neighborhoods.
 
Sustainability is a rapidly evolving field, driven by billions of dollars in global investment. Join hosts Michael Torrance, Jonathan Hackett and others in this podcast series, as we introduce you to the innovative minds and diverse perspectives that are pushing the boundaries in sustainability good practice. With topics ranging from climate change to sustainable finance and green bonds to human rights and responsible investing, we explore the world of corporate sustainability through interv ...
 
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ganser.consulting GmbH

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Making the world more enkelfähig one conversation at a time. Whether you are in business or a political leader, whether you work in an NGO or in a governmental agency, whether you are a concerned citizen or an interested consumer, join us in formulating a Plan A for our individual lives and our shared societies and planet.
 
Our goal is to provide timely multi-media news reporting that highlights U.N. activity in the area of Human Rights as they relate to Catholic Social Teaching. The mainstream media doesn't always give the complete story. Using the technology of the Internet we bring you the "Good" stories in their entirety.
 
EU Watchdog Radio is a bi-weekly podcast launched by two Brussels NGO's: Counter Balance and Corporate Europe Observatory. In each episode, we dive deeper into topics that relate to our activities in Brussels. Whether it be steps to increase transparency of lobbies in the EU or how to tackle public investment in a way that works for everyone. We explore it all, right here at EU Watchdog Radio!
 
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NCUSCR Interviews

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NCUSCR Interviews

National Committee on U.S.-China Relations

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This series features brief discussions with leading China experts on a range of issues in the U.S.-China relationship, including domestic politics, foreign policy, economics, security, culture, the environment, and areas of global concern. For more interviews, videos, and links to events, visit our website: www.ncuscr.org. The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations is the leading nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that encourages understanding of China and the United States among citize ...
 
Community IT offers free webinars monthly to promote learning within our nonprofit technology community. Our podcast is appropriate for a varied level of technology expertise. Community IT is vendor-agnostic and our webinars cover a range of topics and discussions. Something on your mind you don’t see covered here? Contact us to suggest a topic! http://www.communityit.com
 
Charity Chat is a podcast from the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) - the independent national regulator of Australian charities. Each episode features a chat with an expert about a topic of interest to registered charities and the broader charity and not-for-profit sector. The short episodes are a great way to stay informed about all things charity: issues facing the charity sector, aspects of charity governance, and meeting obligations to the ACNC. Be sure to chec ...
 
The Nonprofit Architect Podcast is the premier 'how-to' podcast designed to build, launch, and improve your nonprofit! We interview nonprofit leaders, business leaders, consultants, and those with special skills in order to give you the actionable steps needed to build stronger nonprofits. Our guests dive into their expertise, pull back the curtain, and give you the actionable steps you've been looking for! We go in-depth into these great topics: Board of Directors How to Build your Board Wo ...
 
An informative podcast designed to educate people on highly relevant topics to understand " The art of Governing." Indian Beaurocrats and Notable NGO Founders shall be invited as guest speakers to express themselves and share their ideologies on Governing subjects.
 
Join intellectual phenomenon Dr. Jordan Peterson and his daughter Mikhaila for enlightening discourse that will change the way you think. This podcast breaks down the dichotomy of life through interviews and lectures that explain how individuals and culture are shaped by values, music, religion, and beyond. It will give you a new perspective and a modern understanding of your creativity, competence, and personality. For advertising opportunities please email: PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.c ...
 
PAX Palestine Podcast is a podcast that features interviews with some of the local Palestinian partners of PAX, a peace organization based in the Netherlands. PAX works together with committed citizens and partners to protect civilians against acts of war, to end armed violence, and to build a just peace. In Palestine PAX supports local partners in building resilient communities, promoting human security and equality in the political, cultural and social domain, and in fighting the injustice ...
 
This podcast is intended to be truth telling by, for and about the nonprofit sector. We will share stories about the people, the drama, and the dynamics. The show will consist of a quick review of news and books, narratives, blue to red connections, and quizzes for people that work in nonprofits. Get one thing right, if you are in a nonprofit, you just go.
 
Go behind the scenes with Days for Girls International, an award-winning NGO, as we interview thought leaders in international development who work to empower women and girls around the world. You’ll hear from experts in the fields of menstrual health, social entrepreneurship, and international development, as well as get inside stories from the women and girls impacted by our vital work to create menstrual equity for every girl, everywhere, period. Visit daysforgirls.org to learn more about ...
 
The goal of the Our Only Home podcast “Who will save Our Planet” is to inspire people by presenting projects and initiatives that are carried out by NGOs and civil society to make the world a better place. Watching the news, we often hear about the sad things happening in the world every day and this can easily let one be frustrated about how humanity destroys the planet and its inhabitants. But outside of the spotlight, there are also a lot of inspiring and world-changing initiatives happen ...
 
A look at non-governmental organizations and projects operating in East Africa. Hosted by Patrick Hill, president and founder of Team in Faith (teaminfaith.org), the podcast will share experiences, insight and anecdotes from the field in some of the poorest communities in the African continent.
 
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Jimoh Oluwatobi Segun

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NGO Podcast brings the diverse and vigorous voices of global NGOs to people around the world. Engaging interviews with founders and leaders in the NGO community probe looming challenges, opportunities and best practices. This podcast is Hosted By Jimoh Oluwatobi Segun
 
Access to cleanliness is a human right, but for those living on the streets, it’s never that simple. Daily hygiene is not only an ongoing challenge for people experiencing homelessness, but a major roadblock to the things we take for granted like social acceptance, health, access to the job market, mental wellbeing, and more. The feeling of cleanliness goes beyond just a physical feeling. It can bring people joy, hope, strength, and a sense of dignity they may have lost along the way. Join u ...
 
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Our seventh Guest Ms Renée Grace from Hyderabad, India is the founder of an NGO known as "Dignity Drive Foundation" DDF. Her Vision: "to strengthen human relationships and promote social justice. She aspires to inspire others, to help create and contribute to a world, that upholds and validate the values of equity, diversity, inclusiveness, democra…
 
Former domestic worker Ntombizodwa Merriam Mahlangu obtained her BA degree in Human and Social Studies from UNISA in 2018 and now wants to help other helpers achieve the same success.Now, Mahlangu is launching a non-profit company, Help One Helper, to help others like her. Through this initiative, she aims to empower helpers such as domestic worker…
 
The family of a slain police officer killed while on duty in Pretoria has expressed shock that his killer’s conviction and sentence have been overturned by the Constitutional Court.Const Kenneth Sithole was fatally stabbed in Sunnyside in Pretoria while taking part in a police operation that aimed to free the crime-ridden streets of the capital’s f…
 
The law only allows three exceptions to the use of symbols of hate such as the old SA flag. These exceptions include the usage of the symbol for purposes of bona fide artistic ends, academic endeavour or journalism. The gratuitous display of the old SA flag, for these reasons, have been declared as constituting hate speech.AfriForum is hoping to pe…
 
The corruption trial of former president Jacob Zuma and French arms firm Thales was postponed yet again in the Pietermaritzburg high court on Tuesday. The trial, which was set to start last month, was postponed pending a decision from the SCA Judge President Mandisa Maya on Zuma's reconsideration application for lead prosecutor advocate Billy Downe…
 
AfriForum’s Campaign Officer for strategy and content Reiner Duvenage, says court records in the case lodged against the Department of International Relations and Cooperation's (Dirco) planned R50 million Cuba donation, shows the grand total of the donation to actually be R350 million and not just R50 million, as was initially thought.Duvenage stat…
 
Are you enthusiastic about starting and expanding businesses? Working as a consultant, strategy planning, and board development are all possibilities for you. Is there a distinction between coaching and consulting? Mandy Pearce joins us to discuss her job as a consultant as well as a coach. Remarkable Quotes Mandy: Consultants are going to share wi…
 
More and more, consumers, processors, suppliers and retailers are making buying decisions based on a company’s commitment to environmental, social and governance principles. In a recent Food Institute podcast, Erica Kuhlmann, BMO Harris Bank’s Head of Food, Consumer and Agribusiness; Jonathan Hackett, BMO’s Head of Sustainable Finance; and Marc Kho…
 
This episode of Charity Chat in in two parts: a discussion with CEO of Volunteering Australia, Mark Pearce, about the important role that volunteers play in our communities and then a discussion with ACNC Commissioner Dr Gary Johns about how the Charity Register can help facilitate connections between volunteers and charities. Visit Volunteering Au…
 
In this edition of Business Law Focus host Evan Pickworth interviews ENS executives Andries Myburgh and Ntebaleng Sekabate on the opportunities and threats relating to mining exploration and specifically the urgent need for improved incentives to enhance investment. They speak at the conclusion of the recent Mining Indaba in Cape Town.…
 
Goldfield CEO Chris Griffith tells Peter Bruce in this episode of Podcasts from the Edge that he thinks South Africa is still investable but that the state makes too many plans that it doesn’t implement. On the cusp of switching on a 50MW renewable power project to help power close to 30 per cent of Goldfields' South Deep mine on the Witwatersrand,…
 
EFF leader Julius Malema does not believe the removal of the public protector on the basis that her rulings were overturned in court is rational.“You cannot fire a public protector for losing [court] cases,.“To even think that we must destroy [the] public protector for a questionable character like [President] Cyril [Ramaphosa]? We can’t do that ev…
 
Tim Hutchings joins us to discuss Octavia E. Butler's "Fledgling", modern D&D-insired art, the effect of slavery on language, the book's use of childhood sexuality, vampire fiction of the early 2000s, vampire society, old racist vampires, Thousand Year Old Vampire, power dynamics between vampires and their symbionts, explaining monster lore as a to…
 
In 2008, the body of 28-year-old Norman Watermeyer was discovered after he had been missing for several days. When one dogged detective was assigned to the case, he realized he had seen this MO before, and he knew the perpetrator well. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447)(Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa)(Support the …
 
Part 2 of a conversation from Sarah Wolfe and panelists presented at the NTEN NTC conference in March 2022. Centered around their diverse journeys to success, this session with four leaders celebrated bright spots of successful inclusion and cultivation of diversity in nonprofit technology, as well as sharing advice for the individual and the organ…
 
The economics around SA’s automotive sector is the focus in this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by David Furlonger from the Financial Mail, who specialises in SA's automotive industry. Topics of discussion include: supply chains issues in the automotive sector; disruptions caused by the war in Ukraine; impor…
 
A recent study shows SA is the most dangerous country in which to drive. Residents in Greymont, Johannesburg, a local security company and a councillor reported a huge hole in a main road to the Johannesburg Roads Agency and Johannesburg Water several times before it swallowed a car four months later.…
 
Mayhem broke out at Soweto school on Friday after the arrest of a Grade 9 pupil for allegedly stabbing to death a Grade 10 pupil over an alleged incident of bullying.Gauteng education department spokesperson Steve Mabona said Thaba-Jabula Secondary School in Pimville had to be dismissed early after parents arrived demanding the release of the arres…
 
This episode was recorded on April 4, 2022. I discussed gratitude, faith, and suffering in this conversation at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. How can we be sure that pain is a solid guiding principle as we navigate the world? What is the underlying structure of pain, and what does it point at? We also touched on a myriad of topics arou…
 
Allison Kaplan Sommer, Linda Gradstein and Noah Efron discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. Listen to the Extra-Special, Special Extra Segment on Patreon —Shireen Abu Akleh, Z”L— After Shireen Abu Akleh, a Palestinian Al-Jazeera reporter, was shot and kille…
 
Premier Oscar Mabuyane has bagged a second term at the helm of the ANC in the Eastern Cape after beating rival Babalo Madikizela in a hotly contested battle for the position of chair at the weekend. In Behind The Herald Headlines with Daron Mann this week, we speak to Mabuyane on how he intends to use his second term in office.…
 
President Biden will visit Seoul in May for his first meeting with newly-elected South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol, as both countries face increasing mutual concerns, including North Korea's first intercontinental ballistic missile launch since 2017 in March, followed by the April test of a new tactical guided weapon to boost nuclear capability.…
 
The cost of cyber attacks on small businesses in SA is the focus in this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Kabelo Makwane, managing executive for cloud, hosting and security at Vodacom Business. Topics of discussion include: Vodacom and Accenture cyber security partnership for small business digital security…
 
A fearless nurse managed to calm a gunman inside a Cape Town hospital by hugging him and chatting until he agreed to be sedated. “I walked towards him and hugged him,” said Sister Diane Seale from New Somerset Hospital where Jaun-Paul Carl Malgas allegedly shot dead two patients and a policeman on Saturday night“As I entered the second floor, I not…
 
Three years ago judge president Phineas Mojapelo found that the display of the apartheid flag was a form of hate speech after the court considered the matter brought by the Nelson Mandela Foundation and SA Human Rights Commission.Today, the debate continues as Afriforum heads to the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in Bloemfontein, in an attempt to ov…
 
Former EFF secretary-general Godrich Gardee says it is painful knowing that while searching for his daughter, he drove past the house where she was possibly held captive and raped.“It’s very painful to know I have been passing the place where everything happened without knowing. While we were busy with the search and rescue in bushes and mountains,…
 
In the latest edition of Eusebius on TimesLIVE we explain a judgment handed down on Tuesday in the Western Cape High Court that directs Steinhoff to hand over, within 10 days, a 2019 PwC report it had commissioned to look into the 2017 collapse of the company.Financial Mail editor Rob Rose, who is the second applicant in the matter, explained why t…
 
PAX supports the work of 7amleh (pronounce Hamleh but the first H from the lower part of your throat). In this episode you can hear Nadim Nashif and Mona Shtaya who both work for the advancement of social media and digital rights in the Palestinian context. We talk about several aspects of their work. For example how social media is censoring Pales…
 
Would you rather recruit someone average or someone exceptional? Sam Mitchell visits us to discuss living with Autism and excelling. Autism, Rocks, and Rolls, his podcast and non-profit, helps people perceive Autism from a different perspective. Remarkable Quotes Sam: There is a series side to podcasting and speaking; people are hearing me out. Tra…
 
DA leader John Steenhuisen says the consequences of the war between Russia and Ukraine will be felt most by SA’s poorest during the winter. The price of staple foods, including maize and cooking oil, have been on the rise due to restrictions on Ukrainian exports through its ports.Steenhuisen warned that it will get worse before it gets better.…
 
This episode was recorded on April 4, 2022. In this speech at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, Jordan shared recent thoughts on ethics, scripture, and the problem of perception. He asked the audience to reflect on how we remember great stories (but seem to instantly forget bad ones), why Western culture ended up being a book (instead of—s…
 
You don't hear a lot (or enough) about South Africa's Presidential Climate Commission but it is at the very centre of what happens to us as an economy over the next two decades. Unless the highly unlikely occurs and President Cyril Ramaphosa is somehow removed from office, It is this Commission that will decide what energy we will use and who will …
 
Eskom’s Phillip Dukashe has resigned as permanent group executive for Generation. The ailing power utility announced the resignation on Monday afternoon, calling Dukashe "a true, loyal asset to Eskom and the country." Rhulani Mathebula will act as Generation Executive while the recruitment process is in order. Mathebula was group executive for gene…
 
In this new episode of EU Watchdog Radio we discuss some fascinating historical events that helps to understand why the European Union is functions the way it does, and why we have not made enough progress to tackle climate change, despite al the scientific knowledge we have accumulated since at least 1972. This episode is published on the 9th of M…
 
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