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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.
 
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Welcome to WomenHeard, presented by New York Women in Communications: a career-oriented podcast featuring candid conversations with women in communications. Host & career expert Julie Hochheiser Ilkovich chats with successful, passionate guests about topics that are top of mind for working women: career advancement, equality in the workplace, compensation, & more! Guests also share their advice on universal career topics, such as mastering the job interview & time management. The goal of Wom ...
 
Ladies who banter. Ladies who bochinchan. Ladies who bronché. bronché (v): spanglish word for brunch. A podcast from the creators of Shit Spanish Girls Say bringing the New York Latinx voice into spaces where their perspective is often overshadowed Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bronche/support
 
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Podcasts designed to provide real world insight and context from leaders and experts in the nonprofit community. Our mission is to bring nonprofit professionals and organizations together. Through OK Radio's interviews, we not only provide valuable information on everything from career matters to sector trends, but also learn some fun facts about the thought leaders that are featured. Enjoy the show!
 
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This week the beautiful Black Rose joins us to reflect on conquering the year, feelings about Omicron, and envisioning a world where sex can be discussed and sexual expression can hold space without shame. Cheers! #blackpodcast #latinxpodcast #podcast #podsincolor #ladieswhobronche #lwb #perolike #shitspanishgirlssay #dominicana #afrolatina #nowpla…
 
This week we have Mozo on the mic chopping it up about Kanye West & Drake, unpacking the stres and depression during the 2021 holidays, and we dive into a double murder suicide report from Baltimore where a man killed his ex-wife, ex-girldfriend and then himself after a mental breakdown. Gloomy but, that’s where the world is at. Cheers to recovery!…
 
International Humanitarian City (IHC) in Dubai, the world’s largest humanitarian hub with some 135,000 square metres of warehouse space, has been transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, medical supplies far outstrip other emergency items stored at IHC, in terms of volume and dollar value, and the amount of material held at the hub has grown ex…
 
As the UN independent expert on contemporary racism and intolerance, Tendayi Achiume leads a worldwide effort to combat related human rights violations and tackle systemic racism, through fact-finding missions on the ground, investigating alleged violations, and submitting her findings to the UN Human Rights Council and General Assembly in New York…
 
Part 2; Season 6 episode 1 Plate of the Day! This week we're digging into the differences between being a reformist VS a revolution and where we live on that spectrum. Cheers! #blackpodcast #latinxpodcast #podcast #podsincolor #ladieswhobronche #lwb #perolike #shitspanishgirlssay #dominicana #afrolatina #nowplaying #nyc #newyork #bronx #translivesm…
 
This week we kick off our season with two of our favorite podcast hosts GypjaQ and Mx.Sykes and chat about why we went off air, our thoughts on Dave Chappelle’s approach to prove his point by asking folx to put their money where their mouth is, and digging into the differences between being a reformist VS a revolution and where we live on that spec…
 
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 …
 
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 …
 
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…
 
Little Amal, the giant puppet of a Syrian refugee girl was, literally, the biggest figure at COP26 on Tuesday, where the main theme was gender. She took to the main stage today, alongside Samoan climate activist Brianna Freuan, who reminded delegates that women and girls bear the brunt of the climate crisis. The day also focused on issues surroundi…
 
Even if we were to cut all the world's greenhouse gas emissions tomorrow, we would still be left coping with rising temperatures and an unpredictable climate. That’s why adaptation is, literally, a hot topic at COP26. Nevertheless, the annual $100 billion promised for climate finance in the 2015 Paris Agreement – half of which was to be earmarked t…
 
Mankind’s impact on the planet is causing it to react against us, provoking extreme weather events in every corner of the world. But there is a growing realization that, rather than inventing new technology to tackle the climate crisis, we can harness nature to help us solve the problem. In today’s episode of the Lid Is On, Conor Lennon and Laura Q…
 
The anger of climate activist Greta Thunberg, one of the leading voices of the demonstrations in Glasgow City Centre on Friday, threatened to drown out the events taking place within the COP26 conference centre. Yet, there were many youth voices inside, engaging with government leaders, the UN and others. On today’s episode of The Lid Is On, Conor …
 
Energy was the main theme of COP26 on Thursday, with a particular focus on ending the world’s reliance on coal. However, to achieve the UN’s aim of achieving clean and reliable access to energy for all by 2030, all countries need to speed up the transition away from all fossil fuel sources, and switch renewable sources. On today’s COP26 episode of …
 
Day three of COP26 was dominated by climate finance: how to ensure that the financial sector moves definitively away from fossil fuels and instead invest in initiatives that push the global economy towards sustainability. Conor Lennon and Laura Quinones share the main stories of the day, and explain why, in the context of climate change, insurance …
 
Several new pledges were made on the second day of COP26, the UN climate conference, but the reforestation commitment made by the public and private sector attracted the most attention. In today’s Colombia-tinged COP26 episode of The Lid Is On, Conor Lennon and Laura Quinones discuss the main events of the day, as well as Prince William, methane, a…
 
The 26th UN climate conference, or COP, opened with a World Leaders Summit on Monday, and a characteristically blunt speech from UN chief António Guterres. It’s the start of a mammoth two-week event, which some are calling the last best chance to save the planet. Conor Lennon and Laura Quinones are on the ground throughout the conference, to give y…
 
Kaylee Werner was a teenager when a gunman attacked the Tree of Life Synagogue in the US city of Pittsburgh, on October 27, 2018. It was the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in the nation’s history, with 11 people killed and nine injured. Kaylee, who is Jewish, wasn’t at the synagogue that day, but she bears the scars: one of her relatives …
 
For UN Secretary-General António Guterres, this is a pivotal moment for mankind, which is on the brink of global catastrophe, but has the tools to create a fairer, cleaner world, if the political will can be found. In September, Mr. Guterres outlined his vision of how international cooperation needs to develop over the next 25 years, in “Our Common…
 
Andrew Young’s long and eventful career saw him at Martin Luther King’s side during the civil rights era, becoming the first African-American US Ambassador to the United Nations under Jimmy Carter, and subsequently a two-term Mayor of Atlanta. But the man he looked up to was Ralph Bunche, one of the earliest officials at the United Nations, and a r…
 
When it started, less than a decade ago, Formula E, the fully electric car racing championship, struggled to be taken seriously by the motorsports industry. But today, major manufacturers are queuing up to be involved in the series, which is growing in popularity, just like the electric cars it has been designed to promote. Backed by the UN, Formul…
 
Welcome to Season 4 of our podcast! We have a new name (WomenHeard) and a new look, but we’re still featuring the same thoughtful conversations with inspiring women in the communications industry. In episode 44, we check in with Ashley Miles, president of NYWICI and founder and CEO of Franklyn West, a business growth collective. She talks about NYW…
 
Refugee farmers who grew up cultivating crops in Somalia have returned to the land, albeit in the United States, decades after fleeing their country’s civil war. They’ve been resettled in the US state of Maine after living for years in UN-supported refugee camps in Kenya. They are among thousands of Somalis who fled persecution and conflict in the …
 
The unprecedented rise in people requiring humanitarian assistance will continue unless countries collaborate better to combat conflict, climate change and disease, including COVID-19. That’s the firm belief of the UN’s top aid official, Mark Lowcock, who leaves this week after four years heading its Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affa…
 
This week the legendary Glorelys Mora blesses the table to chat about International Women’s Day, Prince Harry & Meghan Oprah Interview, & navigating comedy as a Dominicana and the opportunity space to truly make generational waves in the craft. Cheers! #blacklivesmatter #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE #BLACKPODCAST #PODCAST#PODSINCOLOR #ladieswhobronche #l…
 
Today, women are still in the minority across Vanuatu’s Police Department, but times are changing. When Sergeant Bianca Simeon joined the Vanuata Police Maritime wing 11 years ago, she was their first woman recruit. Inspector Lili Joel is one of only two women superintendents, and Sera Bula Joseph is one of the rare women police engineers. In the f…
 
Vanuatu’s national parliament doesn’t have a single woman member, but two activists from different generations are committed to changing the gender politics of the island nation. In the second episode of Island Voices, a three-part podcast series produced by the UN Office for Small Island Developing States (OHRLLS), law student and activist Georgil…
 
As the vice president, global communications at Peloton, Letena Lindsay has the unique opportunity to help tell the story of one of the world's most compelling brands. In this episode, she opens up about her time working in public relations for organizations of all sizes, and shares how her experience running her own business helped prepare her for…
 
In the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, young women are taking their long boards to the water, refusing to accept the idea that surfing is only for men. Risma has been surfing since a very young age and, in the face of the challenges that come with being a woman pioneer in a male-dominated sport, she has reached a highly competitive level, a…
 
This week Alexander Lambie aka Gina Cakestand joins us to chat about our sister Dominique Fishback in Judas and the Black Messiah, unpacking the “Framing Britney Spears” with notes from our Britney subject matter expert, Skittlez, and, out exploration of stepping into Femme energy unapologetically. Cheers! #blacklivesmatter #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE …
 
Episode Information Photo Slideshow The role that buildings have to play in climate change rarely gets the same level of attention as issues such as energy production or transport, but they are a significant part of the problem. The UN estimates that, in 2019, emissions from buildings hit an all-time high, accounting for more than a third of all en…
 
This week founder of Sound Proof IV, Rebekah Laur’en, joins us to chat about Gamestop’s Wall Street revolution & shorting stocks, Kraft’s pink candy mac n cheese in time for Valentine’s day, and Rebekah’s journey in starting her own label and the problem with current industry practices. Cheers! #blacklivesmatter #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE #BLACKPODCAS…
 
Auschwitz-Birkenau was liberated 76 years ago this week, and to mark Holocaust remembrance day in late January, the corridors of UN Headquarters are normally filled with the stories of survivors who come to bear witness. But this year, the annual commemoration programme was held online for the first time ever, due to COVID-19, under the theme “Faci…
 
We’re back from our season break with Posh Palma Styles! Gelsandra and Valerie join us to dish bochinche about the inauguration of Kamala Harris and Joe Biden (and JLo getting “loud”), our feelings around the COVID vaccines and we reflect in our Dominican identity to unpack how anti-blackness has shaped our relationship to fashion. Cheers! #blackli…
 
Jackie Fields has a dream job. As the senior style and beauty editor at People magazine, she gets to interview celebs, attend big events (such as the launch of Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty), and get the inside scoop on all the latest trends. Naturally, we were thrilled to have her on the podcast! After sharing her passion for ice coffee all year round, J…
 
This week Daigi joins us to compare notes on Mariah Carey’s performance with Ariana Grande and Jennifer Hudson, share thoughts on Obama’s defund the police comments, and give us insight on what her experience has been dating as a black cis woman. Cheers! #blacklivesmatter #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE #BLACKPODCAST #PODCAST #PODSINCOLOR #ladieswhobronche…
 
This week opera singer Jessica Williams joins us to chat about struggling with daylights savings, and what it was like growing up black in a white suburb of Pennsylvania. Cheers! #blacklivesmatter #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE #BLACKPODCAST #PODCAST #PODSINCOLOR #ladieswhobronche #lwb #perolike #shitspanishgirlssay #nyc #newyork #pa #pennsylvania #opera …
 
Missed our Ladies Who Laugh event? We’ve got you covered. The hilarious annual event may have gone virtual this year, but emcee Nicky Sunshine and comedians Jackie Fabulous, Negin Farsad, and Liz Simons still had us cracking up in our living rooms with jokes about quarantine self-care, growing up in the ‘90s, politics, and more. Plus, you’ll “meet”…
 
This week veteran John Mark joins us and celebrates the democratic presidential win, COVID on the rise, and his journey being raised in a military family and joining himself. Cheers! #blacklivesmatter #georgia #BRONXNATIVE #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE #BLACKPODCAST #PODCAST #PODSINCOLOR #ladieswhobronche #lwb #perolike #shitspanishgirlssay #election #la…
 
This week Bronx Native's own Carmen Matos chops it up about Vampires VS the Bronx , COVID parties, and her journey from the military into parenting. Cheers! #blacklivesmatter #florida #BRONXNATIVE #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE #BLACKPODCAST #PODCAST #PODSINCOLOR #ladieswhobronche #lwb #perolike #shitspanishgirlssay #vampires #latinx #movie #nyc #newyork …
 
This week Adiza Jibril joins us to chat about beauty habits during COVID, end SARS, and being black in the military in a less conventional role. Cheers! #blacklivesmatter #africa #BRONXNATIVE #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE #BLACKPODCAST #PODCAST #PODSINCOLOR #ladieswhobronche #lwb #perolike #shitspanishgirlssay #endsars #latinx #afrolatinx #nyc #newyork #…
 
This week Guadalis Del Carmen joins us to spill a whole lot of chisme about Marijuana Feminism, JLo the “negrita”, and Afro-Latinidad in theater. Cheers! #relationships #brunch #blacklivesmatter #dyckman #theheights #linmanuel #hamilton #theater #writer #BRONXNATIVE #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE #BLACKPODCAST #PODCAST #PODSINCOLOR #ladieswhobronche #lwb …
 
Welcome to season 5 where we are exploring the intersections of black lives. We kickoff the season with Afro Latina, Denisse Myrick, discussing interracial dating, voting, and mental health during COVID. Cheers! #relationships #interracial #blacklivesmatter #marriage #BRONXNATIVE #BLACK #BLACKEXCELLENCE #BLACKPODCAST #PODCAST #PODSINCOLOR #ladieswh…
 
Just in time for the upcoming presidential election, we spoke with Rachel Dry, the deputy politics editor for enterprise at The New York Times. In this fun conversation between two good friends, Rachel talks to Julie about the pandemic’s effect on political engagement, how booking guests for NPR made her a better journalist, and why this election w…
 
From working at non-profits to starting her own communications business, Timi Lewis has made a career out of helping others. Now the founder and principal of Lewis Media Company, she’s full of essential advice for entrepreneurs, which she shares in this episode of the podcast. Plus, tune in to hear her talk about working in public policy, serving o…
 
Hunger is often associated with developing countries, but food insecurity is also present in higher income countries, including the richest country in the world, the United States. The UN wants more people to understand that a way to effectively tackle the problem, and take a big step towards ending hunger, is to reduce the billions of tonnes of fo…
 
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, and the fifth anniversary of the game-changing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Tune in to t…
 
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