Best Earlymarriage podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Push Play is a series showcasing young women from around the world, telling stories of what sport means in their lives. Why they play. What they’ve overcome. How they change. From the inspired football star in Kilifi, Kenya to the resilient netballer in Mumbai, India each story is as powerful as the young woman who told and produced it. Each week we feature three young women telling their own story, in their own words. This series is brought to you by Women Win, a non-profit organisation emp ...
 
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On October 11th each year, the world celebrates the International Day of the Girl Child. This year the theme is the Power of the Adolescent Girl, which is what we strive to celebrate in each episode of Push Play. Today, we'll hear from three young women who recall challenges from their own adolescence, and the strength they found to overcome th ...…
 
No matter where you are from in the world, adolescence can be tough. Sometimes, almost impossible. On this episode of Push Play we hear from three women, from very different backgrounds, countries and families. But each of them searched for some kind of belonging to get through the challenging time of adolescence. Marlene, from Germany, who mov ...…
 
This episode features resiliency - the ability we all have to bounce, fight or come back after facing hardships. For the three women featured on this episode, sport helped them in some way to keep pursuing their goals even at the hardest times in their lives. And that's what sport does - helps us build resiliency muscles. Learning to get back u ...…
 
For female athletes, challenging gender stereotypes is a part of the game in every corner of the world. Somewhere along human history, the mere act of moving our bodies, became unfeminine. Today on the show, we’re exploring the gender challenge of playing. You’ll hear from Nicole– a soccer player from the U.S., Sukaina a basketball player from ...…
 
So often when girls and women become mothers, their opportunity to play ends. In this episode, you’ll hear from three young women, on the intersection of early motherhood and sport. For Manu from Nepal, Carol and Mercyanna, both from Kenya, that was not the script. It was actually sport that helped provide support and opportunity for these youn ...…
 
In this episode, we explore the notion of safety – and what it really means for a young woman to be in danger at home or in her community. You’ll meet Channou – a footballer from Cambodia; Bertha, a boxer from Zambia; Kirin, a netballer from India. Each one of them, when faced with the threat or the reality of violence, found refuge on the play ...…
 
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