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The Centre for Corporate Public Affairs is a membership-based organisation acknowledged internationally as a thought leader by business leaders, academics and professionals working in the field of corporate public affairs in the Asia-Pacific region. Each episode examines an aspect of best practice in corporate public affairs internationally, providing insight and guidance to public affairs practitioners working in corporations, connecting public affairs practitioners with ideas and practical ...
 
Houston Matters is a radio program airing weekdays at 9 am on Houston Public Media News 88.7 FM in Houston. During each hour, we’ll investigate the issues and ideas, people and places that make Houston…well…Houston! We’ll talk about current events, politics, education, health care, the environment, business, transportation, arts and culture, literature, sports and leisure. But we also hope that what we do each day on Houston Matters serves as the beginning of a conversation — one we hope you ...
 
Tune in every week to catch interviews with the liveliest voices from literature, the arts, sciences, history, and public affairs; reports on cutting-edge works in progress; long-form narratives; and compelling excerpts from new books. A podcast from The American Scholar magazine. Hosted by Stephanie Bastek.
 
Catch up with any event you have missed. The public event podcast series from UCL Political Science brings together the impressive range of policy makers, leading thinkers, practitioners, and academics who speak at our events. Further information about upcoming events can be found via our website: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/political-science/political-science
 
Delivering the Mueller Report, in audiobook-style format, without political commentary. Due to the wide public interest in the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election," this project started with the belief that quality audio of the report should be available for anyone to hear -- and not hidden behind a paywall or require a subscription. For many of us, reading through the report page-by-page is too time consuming. This is the report, availabl ...
 
Michael Caputo, HHS Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, takes you behind the scenes at HHS as the experts explain what they're working on and what you need to know. .... Most Recent Episode Dr. Elinore McCance-Katz: Assistant Secretary of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration [1] [1] https://www.hhs.gov/podcasts/learning-curve/learning-curve-14-elinore-mccance-katz-assistant-secretary-of-substance-abuse-and-mental-health-services-administration.html
 
Diplomatic consultancy Grassroot Diplomat discuss innovative practices of diplomacy and international relations in today's world. Topics include leadership and self-development, networking, public diplomacy, personal branding, and digital diplomacy. Popular guests include: Talyn Rahman-Figueroa, Sandra Francius-Renaudot, and Jeannette Viens. Find out more on: www.grassrootdiplomat.org
 
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In Trump’s waining days in office, the ousted president is looking to sell an Indigenous holy site in Arizona and allow oil drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. In the first half of the show, journalist AJ Dellinger joins us to talk about these actions and the future of environmental policy under a Biden presidency. In a Poland, a …
 
Join Dr Melanie Garson for an exciting "In Conversation" event with Carl Thomson, Senior Director at Interel, one of the UK’s top public affairs and government relations consultancies, exploring the role of lobbyists and public affairs professionals within the UK political system, and how they help to inform and influence policy and legislation. Be…
 
Among the ten newly elected members to the Minnesota Senate, former House Majority Leader Erin Murphy and Communications Professor Aric Putnam will draw upon their experiences in political and collegial discourse. Murphy talks with Capitol Report moderator Shannon Loehrke about future legislative challenges, including prioritizing equity in healthc…
 
On In Conversation, we discuss the recent moves in the United States to regulate big tech, the importance of science communications and what lessons can be learned, and how can the corporate public affairs function adapt to working from home. Joining us for this episode are two experienced practitioners: Bronwyn Perry, External Affairs Manager, Cor…
 
What just happened? What happens next? As Americans wake up to a still uncertain presidential race, we take on these critical questions as we both look back to the election and its outcome, while beginning to plan for what is to come from the immediate needs for political mobilizations to long term visions of what kinds of politics are needed. Seri…
 
COVID-19 case numbers are hitting record highs as outbreaks are appearing nationwide right before the holiday season. With millions struggling, the biggest question is, what’s next? The panel discusses what the future holds for America as vaccines arrive, and how a deeply divided Congress can impact future COVID-19 legislation.…
 
COVID-19 case numbers are hitting record highs as outbreaks are appearing nationwide right before the holiday season. With millions struggling, the biggest question is, what’s next? The panel discusses what the future holds for America as vaccines arrive, and how a deeply divided Congress can impact future COVID-19 legislation.…
 
Last summer, we saw a statue of Bristol slave trader, Edward Colston, thrown in the harbour by Black Lives Matters protesters. Other statues of racist, colonial or controversial figures have also been taken down or been the sites of protests and University and other buildings have been renamed. A conversation has started to take place about how we …
 
A few years ago, Witold Rybczynski, one of The American Scholar's frequent contributors, happened to be coming to town for—of all things—a chair symposium. Not really having considered the chair as more than a functional object, we arranged to meet up at the Smithsonian American Art Museum to track down some classics of global chairmaking. And, of …
 
Writer, author and activist Judy Rebick joins Steve Paikin to discuss the documentary, "Judy Versus Capitalism". The film chronicles Rebick's career as an activist for women's rights and abortion access, as well as her mental health challenges. The film screened at the Rendezvous With Madness Festival. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
Conspiracy theories involving child abduction and human trafficking have been spread by the QAnon movement, but anti-trafficking groups warn these theories do real harm to victims. What's motivating people to believe in these baseless conspiracy theories? Joining us to explore the issue are Rhonelle Bruder, founder and director of Project iRISE, Ju…
 
This Thanksgiving, peace activist Will William joins the show to talk about the complicated and often ugly history of the holiday and the nation. Will and Allen discuss injustices against Indigenous people, the effect of systematic racism on Covid-19 infections, and emotional visits to Wounded Knee. The post Another Thanksgiving Fireside Chat with …
 
In Part II of our special series on education during COVID-19, reporters Susie An and Kate McGee share stories of two high school juniors going through the college application process during remote learning and several college freshmen experiencing a strange first semester. Some of those college students are studying remotely from the homes where t…
 
On this Democracy Sausage Extra, award-winning journalist and author Malcolm Knox joins Mark Kenny to discuss the saga of Israel Folau - former star rugby union player sacked for sharing anti-LGBTQ views on social media - and how free speech got so complicated. The sacking of former star player Israel Folau by Rugby Australia for his comments on so…
 
Long-term care homes have been some of the hardest hit places by COVID-19 in this province. Considering the lessons from the first wave, why is that still happening? The Agenda discusses the current state of virus control in long-term care homes with Sharleen Stewart, president of SEIU Healthcare, the union that represents more than 60,000 frontlin…
 
Last April, and again this fall, the Ontario government pledged to put an "iron ring" of protection around seniors in long-term care in Ontario. But as the second wave forces lockdowns and rising hospitalizations, that responsibility falls to Merrilee Fullerton, minister of long-term care. She talks to Steve Paikin about the challenges the province…
 
This section explains the basic elements that are common to most of the relevant obstruction statutes and provides definitions relevant to events discussed in Section II relating to potential issues of obstruction of justice. This episode covers the "Background Legal and Evidentiary Principles," pages 9 to 14, from Volume 2 of the "Report on the In…
 
This fall, 15 UW-Madison first year students are taking a group of classes focused on Indigenous education, language, and foodways. Through walking field trips and hands-on learning, they are introduced to the Ho-Chunk land they are now living on. Today, instructor Daniel Cornelius joins us to talk about the class “Land Education.” Daniel Cornelius…
 
Cats might be cute, but too many feral cats can wreak havoc on the ecosystem. Cornwall, Ont., found that out the hard way when their stray and feral cat population began to take over their streets. Aaron Hancox highlights this problem is his new TVO Original documentary, "Running Wild: The Cats of Cornwall." He talks to Steve Paikin, along with two…
 
Scientists estimate polar bears might be extinct by 2100. But how much of this is because of anthropogenic climate change? Explorer and best-selling author James Raffan discusses this and his latest book, "Ice Walker: A Polar Bear's Journey Through the Fragile Arctic." Raffan was recently named by Canadian Geographic as one of the ,90 most influent…
 
For many of us, Thanksgiving is going to be really different this year—how can we find happiness in these strange times? On today’s show, we learn about the power of gratitude to turn things around and offer a sense of well-being in the midst of challenges with Dr. Pelin Kesebir from the Center for Healthy Minds and psychologist emeritus Dr. Robert…
 
This episode covers the "Executive Summary to Volume 2," pages 3 to 8, from Volume 2 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." The executive summary provides an overview of the investigation's focus on a series of actions by the President related to the Russian-interference investigations, and…
 
After two tumultuous presidential elections, public opinion pollsters have been left battered and bruised. So what did the polls get right? And what did they get wrong? Bob talks about this with an old friend and one of the best pollsters in the country, Dr. Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion.…
 
Beyond the obvious problems with economic inequality for people trying to make ends meet, such gaps can also seed serious political problems. And as some recent polling indicates, this can undermine confidence in both democracy and capitalism. We explore this topic with guests: Michael Veall, professor of economics at McMaster University; Shannon L…
 
For much of the 20th century, the dynamism and productivity of American capitalism was the envy of the world. It yielded a buoyant middle class and opportunities for every strata of society to do better than their parents had done. That seems no longer to be the case. Roger Martin is a leading global thinker in business management, and his new book…
 
With Thanksgiving on the horizon and feasting on our minds, today we spend the hour with professor and food blogger Mary Anne Mohanraj, who recently published A Feast of Serendib, one of the first Sri Lankan American cookbooks. Mary Anne Mohanraj is a clinical assistant professor of literature at the University of Illinois at Chicago, a fiction wri…
 
This episode covers the "Introduction to Volume 2," pages 1 to 2, from Volume 2 of the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election." This volume provides details toward whether the President had obstructed justice in connection with the FBI's Russia-related investigations. Mueller Report Audio - muellerr…
 
Sarah tells Mike about media history, labor organizing, century-old moral panics — and the unlikely Disney musical that introduced her to all three. Digressions include Sting, "The Princess Bride" and 19th century graphic design. Both co-hosts recount their extremely millennial work histories. Support us: http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout http://p…
 
A study released last week looked at the true numbers of COVID-19 infections based on mortality rates. In doing so, it painted a grim picture for a number of countries including the United Kingdom. On this Democracy Sausage, we hear from one of the authors of that report, Professor Quentin Grafton. Australia may have the coronavirus largely under c…
 
Kerri Kannen is a gratitude expert and consciousness coach. Kerri has been doing this work for 3 decades...which provides a wealth of experiences and growth. The growth part is essential for us to understand, as this is an ever evolving process. Kerri's message about gratitude comes at a great time, as we look forward to Thanksgiving. It's also goo…
 
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