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Katlego Kolobe is a certified Master Coach and founder of Rise Vuka Thrive Coaching Co. I share with you empowering tools and perspective to make your journey to success all the more lucrative (yes) and joyful 👑 just know that everything may not always be “figure out able” but everything is “rise abovable”✊🏾 welcome to the new show.
 
Burmese By Ear (BBE) is a systematically graded foundation course in modern colloquial Burmese. You can download the book that goes along with it at https://www.soas.ac.uk/bbe/file53735.pdf There are many other Burmese language resources on the SOAS website at https://www.soas.ac.uk/sea/burmese/ BBE aims to give you a confident and enjoyable start in speaking Burmese, focussing on what you are most likely to need when you visit Burma: “survival language” for cafés, taxis, shops, and so on, a ...
 
City Centric is a podcast series from the Centric Lab, a neuroscience research lab working at the intersection of health x climate change x cities. We believe that a person can only have agency over their health when they are part of a supportive ecosystem, which includes the places they inhabit. The podcast focuses on conversations around how our understanding of health needs to improve in order to overcome present day health challenges and prepare our urban environments for future changes. ...
 
Hi! My name is Lucy Touche, and I am 21 years old. I'm currently going through the same issues as everyone else my age, and I've come to realise that not many people are open to talking about this stuff. With this podcast, I hope to provide a platform for discussing mental health and all the other problems faced by people of my generation. I hope to interview a wide range of people from experts, to other students and have casual discussions about our own experiences and challenges in life. A ...
 
Oral histories of Myanmar - life stories; some starting as far back as the late 1920’s.From my years of involvement in Myanmar I have become aware of the increasing scarcity of the generation of Myanma citizens who were born during the colonial period and have lived through the tumultuous years since that time. For me, these men and women are "national treasures" whose experience, perseverance and wisdom gained during their long lives will be lost unless we capture their stories in some way. ...
 
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Delighted to Andrew Grieve & Kayla Schulte from Breathe London onto the show to discuss community ownership of air pollution monitoring, collection and research design.Andrew's interests lie at the intersection of emerging digital technologies and air quality communication. He is the Senior Air Quality Analyst for Breathe London based at School of …
 
Episode #5 of (slightly more than) 15 Minutes with features architect turned good client real estate developer Martin Prince-Parrott.Martin is an award-winning Architect and Development Director for SUB\URBAN WORKSHOP. An innovative ESG led developer + consultancy. Martin believes that property should enrich lives. He enthuses his projects with the…
 
This episode is a conversation between Centric’s Araceli Camargo and Juwairia Rafique Quazi & Suwen Chen, both PhD candidates at University of Edinburgh on how they see equitable engagement with communities as researchers and practitioners. Juwairia Rafique Quazi is a PhD candidate in Global Health at the University of Edinburgh and is the co-found…
 
This episode is a conversation between Centric’s Araceli Camargo and Prof Ilan Kelman, of University College London on how he sees equitable engagement with communities as researchers and practitioners. Ilan is a Professor of Disasters and Health, researching islands, disasters, health, migration, inclusivity, polar areas, development, and sustaina…
 
Episode 4 is with Professor Nick Tyler CBE of University College London.Nick Tyler is the Director of the UCL Centre for Transport Studies and Chadwick Professor of Civil Engineering, and investigates the ways in which people interact with their immediate environments.He is involved in projects in several countries in Latin America, Japan, China an…
 
Episode #3 of 15 Minutes With features architect and founder of Matter Architecture, an award winning London based architecture practice.A big focus of Matter Architecture's work is research, which has drawn them to join the Urban Health Council. Roland has more than 20 years experience working as an Architect, an urban designer and as a public sec…
 
We left the third interview with Captain KT Lwin in Rotterdam in 1952 taking delivery of the steamship Pyidawtha (see https://i.pinimg.com/originals/63/49/7d/63497db1c18bd22337ad2a8c6bf6b4be.jpg) , Burma's first commercial steamship to be owned by the Government post independence. He sailed on this vessel for a couple of years before becoming the c…
 
Episode #2 is with Becka Hudson, a doctoral researcher and campaigner around issues related to criminal justice institutions, racism and inequality based in London. Becka is currently an Associate of the End Solitary Confinement campaign, and have previously worked as Lead Coordinator at the Radical Housing Network, co-founder of the Reclaim Hollow…
 
This interview covers his three meetings with Aung Sun - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aung_San, the assassinated father of Aung San Suu Kyi which took place between 1945 and 1947, his time in the War Office post independence and his posting to Dartmouth in the UK for training before being recalled by General Ne Win - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
 
15 minutes with [ ] is a new series interviewing members from the Urban Health Council about their work. Episode #1 is with Jake Heitland, Commercial Manager & Urban Strategist at Lendlease. Originally from small-town Wisconsin Jake landed in London a few years ago and supports multi-disciplinary teams to apply new models of thinking and working to…
 
This episode continues the extraordinary life of now 94 year old KT Lwin. It covers his meeting with Lord Mountbatten in Colombo, the involvement of General William Slim in the recapture of Burma (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Slim,_1st_Viscount_Slim), Operation Dracula (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Dracula) in the retaki…
 
Sithu (similar to an MBE) Kyaw Thein Lwin has been involved in the maritime sector since he was a teenager. Now 94 this interview covers his childhood, including his time in India as a cadet, how his failure to pay Rs 500 in order to pursue a merchant marine career changed his life, his time with the Burma Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and how his …
 
This episode is the 3rd of a 3-part mini series recorded with 3 medical students from University College London on Covid-19 and the vaccine process.The vaccine has been a disputed and politicised issue, and to our belief this could have been avoided with better communication, better relationships with medicine and decolonised frameworks of healthca…
 
This episode is the second of a 3-part mini series recorded with 3 medical students from University College London on Covid-19 and the vaccine process.The vaccine has been a disputed and politicised issue, and to our belief this could have been avoided with better communication, better relationships with medicine and decolonised frameworks of healt…
 
This episode is the first of a 3-part mini series recorded with 3 medical students from University College London on Covid-19 and the vaccine process.The vaccine has been a disputed and politicised issue, and to our belief this could have been avoided with better communication, better relationships with medicine and decolonised frameworks of health…
 
This episode is a special summary from a recent Urban Health Council talk and roundtable titled 'Living Symbiotic with Nature'.We are delighted to be joined byJOSINA CALLISTE (https://twitter.com/Jo_zinaC)Josina runs Land In Our Name (LION) a grassroots Black-led collective committed to reparations in Britain by connecting land and climate justice …
 
U Maung Nyi (commonly known as David) was born in Kyaukse on 15 April, 1936. He was educated in Kyaukse, Mandalay, Yangon and Otago (New Zealand). As a mining engineer he spent many years working at Bawdwin, Myanmar's famous lead, silver and zinc mine which during colonial times was the largest such mine in the world. Herbert Hoover, the 31st US Pr…
 
This episode we’re joined by Priya Shah from BAME in Property. The conversation centres around the additional burden people of colour or those from marginalised background face through work stress from the real estate industry and the need to decolonise its behaviours, frameworks and language. This show was made possible by our Patreon subscribers …
 
This is a new format introducing audio summaries from the roundtables held through the Urban Health Council. We have taken snippets from the conversation and weaved them together into a short summary.This conversation was on the theme of Air Pollution x Race x Health. In December 2020 a UK court ruled that air pollution made a material contribution…
 
Magali is one of the 3rd cohort of Public Practice associates and has been placed at Great Ormond Street Hospital, where she is Project Lead for Placemaking. She will be leading a transformational approach to public realm as an integral part of the planning process for Great Ormond Street's new Children's Cancer Centre.Her work at The Children's Tr…
 
This interview is with Kate Langford, The Impact on Urban Health’s Programme Director for health effects of air pollution. A ten-year programme focusing on mitigating the disproportionate effect that exposure to poor air quality has on the health and wellbeing of those most susceptible to it. The Impact on Urban Health is a specialist division part…
 
Part 3 of our conversations with the CASH community is with journalist Jo Griffin who has been reporting what's been taking place for the Guardian.Jo is a journalist/writer with more than 20 years' experience in national newspapers in the UK, including nine years on staff at the Guardian. Her articles have been published by the Guardian, Observer, …
 
Meet Sufiyan Abdul-Qayum, one of the UK's youngest clean air campaigners at 19 years old, who's been campaigning since he was 16.Sufiyan is part of CASH, Clean Air for Southall & Hayes, who are a community group from west London fighting against toxic chemicals being leaked into the air they breathe.This conversation focuses on Sufiyan's experience…
 
This episode is the first of a three part series in which we interview 3 integral members of the Clean Air for Southall & Hayes (CASH) campaign group based in west London, close to Heathrow Airport.The group started in 2017 when neighbours began noticing a putrid, gasoline like smell in the air and people reported breathing problems. They also noti…
 
The Centric Lab team come together to discuss the difference between data and the lived experience, namely around health.As authorities clamour for more data as the route to success it feels that decisions become determined by what data is collected rather than what is actually happening. Decisions are being made by data rather than a framework to …
 
This episode features the team discussing our Urban Health Index, a visualisation tool for showing how areas compare for their levels of biological inequality.The conversation is led by Araceli Camargo who was the inventor of the tool alongside Elahi Hossain, our long standing researcher and author of the term biological inequality, and Dan Akinola…
 
In this episode we talk with a Carl Brooks who’s a UK director of sustainability at the global real estate services firm CBRE. Our conversation focuses on the impact of Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance, and what this is meaning to how large commercial real estate assets and portfolios are managed given the impending climate crises an…
 
This episode centres on a conversation with Kushal Sood, a human rights solicitor working with marginalised groups, particularly those deprived of their liberty. We recently supported a successful case of his in rights to grant a dying man compassionate release from prison, which we’ll cover in this show. Somehow in society we’ve accepted the dehum…
 
In this episode the Centric team come together to discuss the background, results and learnings from our recent study: COVID-19 & Biological Inequality; a London data study.For more information on the study please follow this link https://www.thecentriclab.com/covid-19-poverty-a-london-data-studyThe Centric team on this episode are:Araceli Camargo,…
 
COVID-19 & Biological Inequality; a London Data StudyABSTRACTIt is now well understood that poorly designed and planned environments heighten the risk of health issues due to systemic deprivations and stressors. Our recent paper investigates how COVID-19 is interacting with these environments and their communities, specifically Black, Asian and min…
 
Ok, there’s a huge buzz word “narcs”. Here’s my take and I know it will serve you on your entrepreneurial growth curve. The “dark triad” flavour of the decade called narcissism need not impede you if you learn to be the best you can be. Be mission and purpose driven and see what I mean🔥 suggestions, questions and insights welcome.…
 
Collaboration, generosity and gardening! How do they make you thrive during this global pandemic tunnel we find ourselves in? Pick up your power, get out of your own way. Bad things do happen to good people and you can rise above and come out better off in time. Here’s how in this episode. Kindly WhatsApp voice messages to the number provided.…
 
It’s as if pre-covid19 saying we are interdependent and deeply connected was some woo woo theory. Well now I believe the case for social entrepreneurship has been made for us for us by a much more deeper powerful momentum. Will you be one of the leaders who emerge from this global crisis as a social entrepreneur. Yes we can! Let me show you how.…
 
The (who am I?) Framework is my core coaching tool. Listen as I share it with you here in detail. Self coach and self manage your mindset with proven scientific methods that I recommend and enjoy the deep human insight as I dare you to reach deeper to find your best and move (or inch) forward in this time of max change 🤲🏾…
 
The world is undergoing massive complex, rapid and volatile change. Now is the time for reflection (once you’ve put the fires out) about who you want to be. Will you be a Kare Monger or a fear monger? I share with you The Framework for managing change that I use for creating massive success for entrepreneurs, leaders and executives to help you and …
 
😎 (anchor.fm/schoolfinesse) 😎 😎 LINKS 😎 ➡ Trump: I’m Waiving Interest On Student Loans https://www.forbes.com/sites/zackfriedman/2020/03/13/student-loans-interest/#36e811ff2ec8 ➡Trump said he's waiving federal student loan interest due to coronavirus. Here's how it will work. https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/13/politics/trump-federal-student-loan-intere…
 
Uplifters, fear is the only thing between you your dreams and inventing your best life. It’s not just your own fear which we talk about here today. Notice too that others fears (dream stealers and doubters) impact you too. You can’t avoid them because it could be your banker or even a potential client, so the best remedy I know is educating yoursel…
 
What does being sensitive have to do with abundance and commerce? Let’s explore our expansive, win-win orientation which is actually more natural to our humanness than we’ve been lead to believe. Lots of books and resources mentioned today from Gregg Baden’s Missing Links show to Rev Ike’s work. Enjoy and let me know your question, concerns and wha…
 
😎SOURCES 😎 ➡“But They Did Not Give U” https://www.uky.edu/~eushe2/Pajares/OnFailingG.html ➡”Univ. BANS BURGERS to combat climate change. Where could it happen next?” – Ethan Cai https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=13568 ➡”University bans hamburgers 'to tackle climate change'” – Katherine Sellgren https://www.bbc.com/news/education-49321560 ➡ “Climate …
 
-Tuition and Fees for Fall and Spring Semesters, 2019-2020 https://www.bursar.vt.edu/content/dam/bursar_vt_edu/tuition/2019-2020.pdf -Over-Enrolled, Virginia Tech Offers Some New Students Financial Incentives To Wait https://www.npr.org/2019/06/13/732117532/over-enrolled-virginia-tech-offers-some-incoming-students-alternate-options?utm_source=npr_n…
 
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