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The United Nations is a complicated place so this podcast from hosts Sinduja Srinivasan and Jason DeWall for UN News - one insider, one outsider - aims to change all that. They demystify the UN through compelling interviews and stories making the world body more accessible and straightforward.
 
Talk with Trace is a Podcast dedicated to interviewing extraordinary individuals, diving head first into today's relevant & interesting topics/issues sitting down with global organisations & foundations who are making a difference! Take a look behind the scenes to deconstruct, listen, laugh & learn what incredibly inspiring people do & apply to your own life. Trace shares a drink with each new guest, talks candidly about the things that matter, impact & takes us on a journey of discovery. Th ...
 
World News from a US/UN Perspective. Meet the movers and shakers of the U.N. community. We interview authors, filmmakers, diplomats, messengers of peace, heads of state and special operatives of all member governments. Topics include: security, world health, famine, disaster relief, migration, military conflicts, drug intervention, sex trafficking, human rights and all other cultural and societal issues.
 
Impactpool Career Podcast is for all of you who are interested in a career within the United Nations, European Union, Development Banks, intergovernmental or non-governmental organisations. By following this podcast you are going to hear interviews with people who are having a remarkable careers within this field; to hear their stories about how they once entered into this type of career, choices that they have made, challenges that they have faced and not least hear what advice they can sha ...
 
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Wessel talks with Trace about Just dig it, Its history, its global impact & its mission. Just Dig It have a unique & restorative approach to biodiversity, conservation, migration, suffering climate, water & food security & helping to generate livelihoods for the local community in South Africa, Tanzania and Kenya.…
 
With high level meetings on-going to address the climate and biodiversity crisis centre stage at UN Headquarters, one of the Secretary-General’s Youth Advisory Group members is urging world leaders to make sure their decisions get back to the people that help shape policy on the ground. Ernest Gibson is co-coordinator for 350 Fiji, a regional youth…
 
In the midst of COVID-19, we have an historic opportunity to look at the world as it is, based on the facts, and then focus on collective solutions, according to a special project undertaken by the United Nations this year to mark its 75th anniversary. Tune in to this special edition of our Lid is On podcast -Nations United: Urgent Solutions for Ur…
 
The brutally hilarious, stand up comic and titan of radio breakfast shows, the whip smart Stav Davidson! Trace talks with Stave about his early childhood, moving to Australia, the family dynamics and addiction for both himself and his father. They dissect comedy, where its been, where its going and the culture landscape. They talk about his brillia…
 
The number of plants and animals on the planet that are at risk today would be far higher without globally agreed safeguards and action to protect them - but it still far from good enough - UN biodiversity experts said on Tuesday. In a call for far greater commitment from all nations to safeguard human wellbeing and the planet’s, the body that over…
 
Although COVID-19 continues to dominate the headlines, a host of other global challenges have not gone away, such as conflict, famine and the existential threat posed by climate change. In this edition of our Lid is On podcast, UN News’s May Yaacoub spoke to UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, to find out what his priorities are for the event.…
 
Trace talks with Rosie Wheen, CEO of WaterAid Australia and In country co-director of WaterAid Papua New Guinea, Navara. This candid conversation looks at Water Aids reach globally, how and why they were founded, the important work they do and as a follow on episode from the "Who gives a crap" pod as a trusted partner. Amazing work, brilliant peopl…
 
All parties to the conflict in Yemen - and the humanitarian catastrophe that it has created – are responsible for terrible crimes which should be investigated by an international criminal probe. That's the message from rights investigator Melissa Parke, member of a Human Rights Council panel, who recently spoke to UN News’s Daniel Johnson about the…
 
Keeping COVID-19 infections at bay among Palestinian refugees has never been so important at the start of this new academic year, the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) has said. In an interview with UN News’s Daniel Johnson, agency spokesperson Tamara Alrifai explains how the agency has put changes in place to keep the 5.6 million people it helps …
 
Alen Palander is a Toronto-based Creative Director and Photographer. Amassing a fan base in the hundreds of thousands worldwide, Alen's brand and social media platforms grew, new and exciting opportunities began to unfold, and he quickly realised that his hobby had become his livelihood. Alen now works with some of the world’s largest brands while …
 
For many children, their safest place is at home. In Beirut, last month’s huge explosion that devasted the port and surrounding neighbourhoods, changed that forever. In an interview with UN News’s Daniel Johnson, child protection officer Roula Abi Saad, describes what UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is doing to address their fears, in safe spaces dotte…
 
Documenting women’s empowerment globally is the theme of this year’s Mobile Film Festival, co-organized by UN Women, the UN agency that promotes gender equality. Cristina Silveiro spoke to founder Bruno Smadja who explained why the focus is on a “very important revolution” that ultimately will benefit all humanity.…
 
Australian sweetheart & iconic triple threat crazy talented Trace talks with Christine about her career, staying relevant, the eternal demand on looking & being a certain way & it’s affect on her. Christine talks to Trace about her start in the industry, the frocks, the films, the dances, the musical theater, the 2000 Olympic games.…
 
Although Afghanistan’s COVID-19 crisis is “vast”, what people really want are jobs and security, according to a senior UN relief official. In an interview with UN News’s Daniel Johnson, the UN Development Programme’s representative there, Abdallah Dardari, explains how the agency is already helping the Government to confront the pandemic, and suppo…
 
Digital finance is transformational, and promises huge benefits to the world’s most vulnerable citizens, says Achim Steiner, who heads up the UN Development Programme, UNDP. Mr. Steiner spoke to Conor Lennon from UN News ahead of the launch of a new report from a special UN task force, which spells out how digital finance can empower citizens.…
 
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