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UN News interviews a wide range of people from senior news-making officials at Headquarters in New York, to advocates and beneficiaries from across the world who have a stake in helping the UN go about its often life-saving work in the field.
 
This flagship podcast series from UN News takes its name from the words that correspondents at UN Headquarters in New York hear each night, at the end of the working day. We highlight the in-depth human stories behind the UN’s work and the way that it touches and impacts ordinary lives around the world.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Ken D Fosters’ Voices of Courage Show is more than just another radio program! It will take you on a journey to find your courage, breakthrough your limits, and master your destiny. No kidding! Ken has brought together the most Courageous People on our Planet who will inspire greatness with you and change your life for the better. In fact, if you are a regular listener, you will soon see the unseeable, know the unknowable, and do the impossible. You Will: * Be Inspired * Be Courageous * Beco ...
 
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 ...
 
I will be 70 years old in April 2021. In 1971 at the age of 20, I left Sri Lanka on a scholarship to pursue higher studies in Germany. In 1982, after my PhD, I became a lecturer at the faculty of Mineralogy at the University of Berlin. In 1991, my wife, two children and I migrated to Perth, Australia. From 1992-1995 I was time to time engaged by United Nations and Commonwealth Secretariat as an Advisor on precious minerals and worked in Ghana, West Africa. Since 1976 I have been very intrigu ...
 
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Growing up in California’s Silicon Valley, African-American Derrick León Washington took note of the socio-economic disparity around him, and knew early on, there was something unjust about what he saw. Given the opportunity to explore dance as a teenager, he saw most weren’t so lucky, leading him on a mission to explore how he could be of service …
 
Growing up in California’s Silicon Valley, African-American Derrick León Washington took note of the socio-economic disparity around him, and knew early on, there was something unjust about what he saw. Given the opportunity to explore dance as a teenager, he saw most weren’t so lucky, leading him on a mission to explore how he could be of service …
 
Survivors of genocide and other atrocities committed by ISIL fighters in Iraq should rest assured that the international community supports them. That’s the message from Christian Ritscher, head of UNITAD, the special UN team investigating these crimes. While it might appear action is slow coming, he said there is no statute of limitations and crim…
 
Survivors of genocide and other atrocities committed by ISIL fighters in Iraq should rest assured that the international community supports them. That’s the message from Christian Ritscher, head of UNITAD, the special UN team investigating these crimes. While it might appear action is slow coming, he said there is no statute of limitations and crim…
 
In this week’s show: drought in Afghanistan to add to farmers’ woes, and how the UN is helping. Strong words from António Guterres and WHO's Tedros about Omicron travel bans, “travel apartheid” is the charge levelled by the UN chief; and the connectivity gap that’s widening – COVID-19 is a key factor of course, what else… And, closing comments from…
 
Hi, Podcast Episode "The Courage to Awaken Your Health and Dominate a Market with Master Zhi Gang Sha and Jeff Cole" is now out. Have you tried many things to heal your health, finances of relationships, but it hasn’t worked? Today that can change… Master Zhi Gang Sha is my guest. He is a Tao grandmaster, healer, teacher, and author of 30 books, in…
 
Artificial Intelligence systems are being used in an increasingly large range of toys, games and educational tools targeting children, but there are few safeguards in place to protect them. The UN children’s agency, UNICEF, has developed guidance to help policymakers protect children, following consultations with private companies, experts, and you…
 
Artificial Intelligence systems are being used in an increasingly large range of toys, games and educational tools targeting children, but there are few safeguards in place to protect them. The UN children’s agency, UNICEF, has developed guidance to help policymakers protect children, following consultations with private companies, experts, and you…
 
Hello, in this week’s show: an alert over fighting in Yemen’s north and the inevitable toll on the country’s war-weary people, grassroots solutions to gender-based violence among refugees and the latest from the UN health agency about rare multi-organ inflammation in children with COVID. Stay with us too to hear about progress on the global eradica…
 
Despite the ongoing war in Yemen, and the devastating humanitarian consequences, there is still hope for recovery within a generation, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) said in a report published on Tuesday. The report outlines how ending the conflict, combined with inclusive policies, including greater investment in women, could lift Yemen out o…
 
Despite the ongoing war in Yemen, and the devastating humanitarian consequences, there is still hope for recovery within a generation, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) said in a report published on Tuesday. The report outlines how ending the conflict, combined with inclusive policies, including greater investment in women, could lift Yemen out o…
 
Aquatic foods – a key source of protein, micronutrients and essential fatty acids – are “superfoods”, which, when added to a diverse diet of vegetables, fruits and pulses, such as beans, peas and lentils, contribute to cognition, health and nutrition. In an interview with UN News, 2021 World Food Prize Laureate Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted explai…
 
Aquatic foods – a key source of protein, micronutrients and essential fatty acids – are “superfoods”, which, when added to a diverse diet of vegetables, fruits and pulses, such as beans, peas and lentils, contribute to cognition, health and nutrition. In an interview with UN News, 2021 World Food Prize Laureate Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted explai…
 
If news headlines get you down sometimes, I’ve got the antidote: it’s youth activist Gitanjali Rao. At just 15, Miss Rao was Time Magazine’s first Kid of the Year in 2021 – in recognition of her success in solving problems through science. Earlier this week, she was in Geneva for the Youth Activists Summit, which is where UN News’s Daniel Johnson c…
 
If news headlines get you down sometimes, I’ve got the antidote: it’s youth activist Gitanjali Rao. At just 15, Miss Rao was Time Magazine’s first Kid of the Year in 2021 – in recognition of her success in solving problems through science. Earlier this week, she was in Geneva for the Youth Activists Summit, which is where UN News’s Daniel Johnson c…
 
In Afghanistan, some 22.8 million people are facing food insecurity, including 14 million children.  The situation s expected to worsen, with the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) predicting that food stocks will run out halfway through winter.   UN News’s Jia Du spoke with Samantha Mort, Chief of Communication, Advocacy and Civic Engagement at UNICEF Af…
 
In Afghanistan, some 22.8 million people are facing food insecurity, including 14 million children.  The situation s expected to worsen, with the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) predicting that food stocks will run out halfway through winter.   UN News’s Jia Du spoke with Samantha Mort, Chief of Communication, Advocacy and Civic Engagement at UNICEF Af…
 
In this week’s show: a worrying state of emergency continues in Ethiopia where UN staff are being held – the Secretary-General wants them released immediately – a pharma deal that gives a lot more people a chance to get COVID-19 antivirals than ever before, and tough words for the tobacco industry, from the World Health Organization (WHO). And in t…
 
At times it seemed that a COP26 resolution was still hours or even days away but, on Saturday evening, a final document was finally adopted, despite the misgivings expressed by many countries at revised language regarding fossil fuels. COP26 President, Alok Sharma, seemed close to tears at one point, betraying the enormous pressure felt by so many …
 
At times it seemed that a COP26 resolution was still hours or even days away but, on Saturday evening, a final document was finally adopted, despite the misgivings expressed by many countries at revised language regarding fossil fuels. COP26 President, Alok Sharma, seemed close to tears at one point, betraying the enormous pressure felt by so many …
 
With negotiators still haggling over the details of the COP26 final declaration, Conor Lennon and Laura Quiñones look back over two extremely busy, sleep-deprived weeks of announcements, protests and hopeful pronouncements. Thanks for tuning into the Daily Lid Is On episodes from Glasgow, and please subscribe to our flagship news podcasts! You can …
 
With negotiators still haggling over the details of the COP26 final declaration, Conor Lennon and Laura Quiñones look back over two extremely busy, sleep-deprived weeks of announcements, protests and hopeful pronouncements. Thanks for tuning into the Daily Lid Is On episodes from Glasgow, and please subscribe to our flagship news podcasts! You can …
 
In this week’s show: how drones are proving their worth in humanitarian emergencies, worrying data on diabetes and COVID-19, the latest from the Belarus-Poland border, and news from the COP26 climate summit. Stay with us to hear closing comments from the show’s regular guest, Solange Behoteguy-Cortes. That’s all coming up, in this week’s UN Catch-U…
 
In theory it is the penultimate day of COP26, but this is dependent on negotiators reaching a final agreement, with many thorny details still to be ironed out. Thursday was also Cities, Regions and Infrastructure day, and our team in Glasgow – Conor Lennon and Laura Quiñones – talk to mayors, activists, and a record-breaking explorer, to get a feel…
 
In theory it is the penultimate day of COP26, but this is dependent on negotiators reaching a final agreement, with many thorny details still to be ironed out. Thursday was also Cities, Regions and Infrastructure day, and our team in Glasgow – Conor Lennon and Laura Quiñones – talk to mayors, activists, and a record-breaking explorer, to get a feel…
 
It’s looking more and more likely that electric vehicles will dominate the roads of the most developed countries within the next few decades. But will the Global South become the world’s dumping ground for old, polluting cars? In today’s episode of The Lid Is On from COP26, Conor Lennon and Laura Quiñones speak to some leading experts from the road…
 
It’s looking more and more likely that electric vehicles will dominate the roads of the most developed countries within the next few decades. But will the Global South become the world’s dumping ground for old, polluting cars? In today’s episode of The Lid Is On from COP26, Conor Lennon and Laura Quiñones speak to some leading experts from the road…
 
Afghanistan may have dropped out of the news headlines since the Taliban takeover in mid-August, but the situation there is heading towards catastrophe, UN humanitarians have warned. What the country’s most vulnerable communities need most urgently are food, and seed for next year’s harvest and livestock, according to the Food and Agricultural Orga…
 
Afghanistan may have dropped out of the news headlines since the Taliban takeover in mid-August, but the situation there is heading towards catastrophe, UN humanitarians have warned. What the country’s most vulnerable communities need most urgently are food, and seed for next year’s harvest and livestock, according to the Food and Agricultural Orga…
 
Would you like to communicate with love, compassion, and wisdom even with the most difficult people? My guest is John Kinyon who has devoted his life and career to furthering human connection and cooperation around the world through empathic communication. Watch this show and learn from the master. Have you had some difficult challenges lately? Cou…
 
Are you ready to handle your financial issues? Amanda Frances (widely known as the Money Queen) is sharing the secrets to financial empowerment. As a business coach, she has combined her background in ministry, mental health counseling, lessons she’s learned in business and her knowledge of spiritual and energetic principles to create a multi-milli…
 
What does it take to completely heal your body? Find out the latest research on healing as Ken D Foster gives his tips and secrets to find the cause of disease and heal mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Are you medicating to feel right? There is new research that will change how you medicate. My guest today is Dr. Fred Moss is a l…
 
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