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A podcast about foreign affairs in Australia and the Asia-Pacific. The AFA podcast is a new audio offering from the publisher of Australian Foreign Affairs, Quarterly Essay, The Monthly and The Saturday Paper. Hosted by Jonathan Pearlman, editor of Australian Foreign Affairs, The AFA Podcast engages with the complex challenges facing Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. Each episode is around twenty-five minutes in length and features conversations with some of the world’s leading thinkers ...
 
The official podcast of the Atheist Foundation of Australia. All Atheist Aus Podcast episodes are under the Creative Commons license. You are free to distribute unedited versions of the episodes for non-commercial purposes. If you would like to edit the episode please contact us. WARNING: explicit language! The views expressed are not necessarily representative of the Atheist Foundation of Australia, its affiliates, sponsors or advertisers. Continue the conversation with atheists, the like-m ...
 
Congratulations! You've found the Scranton Analog Arts Cast, a podcast featuring original art and music from the talented people in the vicinity of Scranton Pennsylvania.If you're a Scranton musician or artist with original art to showcase, please drop us a line!The Scranton Analog Arts Cast is sponsored by Drawing Socials - Sundays, 6-9pm, at the AFA Gallery on Lackawanna Avenue in Scranton.
 
Older than the U.S. Air Force itself, AFAS traces its roots back to 1942 and the great 5-Star General Henry “Hap” Arnold. His vision of an organization that embodied the ideal of Airmen helping Airmen still drives our mission today. Tune in and learn how we’re still delivering on this mission and continuing to make an impact in the lives of so many Air Force families.
 
Yinbila, Mayimune ben mihirane ko : mbaw ladi ni lahidu dafa ye, ani banke baka labato, hasane ben ali – ala ka dien ani afa ma – ko : ni moko mi ye kurane kalan dien kama o tiki bonela dien ni lahara, moko ye niyoro soro moko mi ye doni gnini ala kama, moko kunadiya ra moko mi ya famuya ko doni gnini ye allah bato ye.
 
Breaking Defense’s editor, Colin Clark, did international radio for six years covering East Africa. He’ll bring his dulcet tones and sharp wit to bear doing 15-minute interviews of top lawmakers and Pentagon officials. To add some spice, Colin will also take his mic along to weapons tests, production lines and military bases to give listeners a first-hand taste of the realities of what it takes to design, build and use the weapons we buy. He’ll also cover the major defense shows — AUSA, AFA’ ...
 
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Post By: Adam TurteltaubThe Agencie Francaise Anticorruption, popularly known as the AFA, recently recorded a podcast with us to give insights into its work.Maria Lancri, a partner at the Paris law firm of Squair joins us in this podcast to provide further light on the activities of the AFA.As she explains the recently released guidelines reflect b…
 
Hey there animation fans and welcome back to another fine episode of The AFA Podcast! It's about one year into the pesky pandemic and so Rachael, Dan and Evan came together to talk about the shows, movies and video games they have been using to get through these strange and scary times and have a good old catch up around the ol' virtual watercooler…
 
In collaboration with the African Trade Policy Centre (ATPC) of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA)we look at ‘How sport can support the inclusive implementation of the AfCFTA’. The African Continental Free Trade Area is the largest single market in the world comprising of 54 member nations as Africa looks to continue its econ…
 
Post By: Adam TurteltaubAs we move ever forward in compliance, sometimes it’s good to stop, look back, and understand the history of compliance programs.Seth Whitelaw, President and CEO of Whitelaw Compliance Group knows the roots of compliance programs well. He covers them in this podcast an in the chapter “Healthcare Compliance Programs: From Mur…
 
Post By: Adam TurteltaubFew areas of compliance change as rapidly as export controls. People, companies and even countries move on and off the sanctions list. Adding to the complexity, as Matt Silverman, Senior Manager, Compliance & Export Control at ASML explains, is the challenge that an export control violation isn’t about simply shipping goods …
 
Post By: Adam TurteltaubAfter this podcast, I will never look at a doctor’s office the same way again, and if you are responsible for Stark Law Compliance, your perspective may well change as well.Goran Musinovic is Vice President of the Realty Trust Group in Knoxville and co-author with Michael Honeycutt and Gregory Gheen of the Chapter “Contracts…
 
Post By: Adam TurteltaubWe all want honesty in our lives, and in our workplaces. It can make for all the difference on both a personal and professional level.For Ron Carucci, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Navalent, discovering what led people to tell the truth and behave fairly became a mission. He analyzed over 3200 interviews that took place…
 
Post By: Adam TurteltaubThe Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) stimulus effort has led to many publicized cases of fraud. As Neil Getnick, managing partner at the law firm Getnick & Getnick explains in this podcast, it’s not just grifters who are taking advantage of this program. Legitimate businesses can find themselves on the wrong side of the lin…
 
In this bonus Episode for season 2 of Airmen Helping Airmen we celebrate women’s history month by interviewing the 19th CMSAF JoAnne S Bass. Guest host’s MSgt Ariel Dehogues and TSgt Maria David join chief Bass to talk about what it's like serving as the CMSAF, being an Airmen, wife, and a mother in today's Air Force If you are new to the Airmen He…
 
Post By: Adam TurteltaubDubai-based compliance veteran Cynthia Khumalo (LinkedIn) is heavily focused on third party due diligence. It’s a difficult task for companies in normal times, but it’s all the more difficult these days.In this podcast she recommends starting by having a good sense of the requirements that the third party is expected to fulf…
 
Tim, Walker and Ray talk with Fred Jackson on top news headlines of the day including a discussion on Big Tech companies and if there will ever be a shakeup coming for them. Also, Autumn Lindsey with Students For Life joins the program to discuss the latest that she is working on regarding a Chief of Staff at a Catholic hospital is a Planned Parent…
 
Post By: Adam TurteltaubIt’s not an easy time for compliance budgets. Never exactly padded, they are under pressure as organizations try to control costs during the pandemic era.While management may feel as if compliance should be included in an across-the-board cut, not everyone agrees that is a good idea, including the US Department of Justice.So…
 
Post By: Adam TurteltaubThe need to Know Your Customer (KYC) is not, contrary to popular belief, an issue limited to financial institutions. A wide range of industries are affected. In fact, in 2020 of the 15 companies penalized by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), just two were financial services firms, reports Tracy Manning, Director o…
 
Post By: Adam TurteltaubWith the 25th annual HCCA Compliance Institute about to take place we have been collecting some rememberances of the last 25 years from various members of the compliance community.In this podcast, SCCE & HCCA board member, and the association’s next president Robert Bond shares his history in compliance. Robert, who is Senio…
 
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