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Introducing non-governmental organizations and projects operating in East Africa. Hosted by Patrick Hill, president and founder of Team in Faith (teaminfaith.org), the podcast shares experiences, insight and anecdotes from the field in some of the poorest communities on the African continent.
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An inside view of how Israel can warm your heart and make your blood boil. It’s a show by a journalist, a professor and an NGO professional who live in and love Israel even though it drives them crazy, and who each week discuss the latest in Israeli politics, culture, and society.
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Binge O'Clock

Joy Seldin + Danielle Ngo

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Welcome friends, it's Binge O'Clock! The Podcast where we watch something, and then we talk about it. Join your hosts, Joy M Seldin and Danielle Ngo, as we watch TV Shows which have either ended before their time, or resolved to completion. Each episode deals with 1-5 episodes of our favorite shows, and at the end we'll have a neat little wrap up for you. Watch along with us as we rewatch, or in some cases, watch for the first time, these binge-able shows!
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Mission Impact is the podcast for progressive nonprofit leaders who want to build a better world without becoming a martyr to the cause. Interviews of nonprofit experts explore how to make your organization more effective and innovative for greater mission impact. Hosted by Carol Hamilton, principal, Grace Social Sector Consulting.
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Torah insights & secrets from the wisdom of the Hebrew letters. Shmuel is a Torah Scribe (Sofer STaM), Sacred Scrolls Educator, NGO Director, husband, dad (Aba), grandfather (Saba), loves the outdoors and the feel of a feather quill (kulmus) scratching away on parchment (klaf).
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Somewhere on Earth: The Global Tech Podcast is a weekly podcast that looks at technology and how it impacts our daily lives. We tell the untold tech stories from Somewhere on Earth. We don’t do new toys and gadgets, but look at new trends, new tech and new ways we use that tech in our everyday lives. We discuss how the ever evolving digital world is changing our culture and our societies, but we don’t shy away from the news of the day, looking at the tech behind the top stories affecting our ...
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Sustainability is a rapidly evolving field, driven by billions of dollars in global investment. Join hosts Michael Torrance, Jonathan Hackett and others in this podcast series, as we introduce you to the innovative minds and diverse perspectives that are pushing the boundaries in sustainability good practice. With topics ranging from climate change to sustainable finance and green bonds to human rights and responsible investing, we explore the world of corporate sustainability through interv ...
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KEW talks

Free Range Productions, Kolegium Europy Wschodniej

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Podcasts of the Jan Nowak-Jeziorański College of Eastern Europe. We refer to the tradition of the long-time director of the Polish section of Radio Free Europe and talk about democracy and the world.
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Our goal is to provide timely multi-media news reporting that highlights U.N. activity in the area of Human Rights as they relate to Catholic Social Teaching. The mainstream media doesn't always give the complete story. Using the technology of the Internet we bring you the "Good" stories in their entirety.
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Hello and welcome to Just Access! In this podcast series, we talk to some fascinating people, legal experts, academics, human rights advocates, and many more. We explore ideas about the future of human rights and improving access to justice for all. We share stories from human rights defenders from all walks of life to raise awareness that EVERYONE CAN BE A HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER and contribute in their own unique way.
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Community IT offers free webinars monthly to promote learning within our nonprofit technology community. Our podcast is appropriate for a varied level of technology expertise. Community IT is vendor-agnostic and our webinars cover a range of topics and discussions. Something on your mind you don’t see covered here? Contact us to suggest a topic! http://www.communityit.com
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EU Watchdog Radio is a bi-weekly podcast launched by two Brussels NGO's: Counter Balance and Corporate Europe Observatory. In each episode, we dive deeper into topics that relate to our activities in Brussels. Whether it be steps to increase transparency of lobbies in the EU or how to tackle public investment in a way that works for everyone. We explore it all, right here at EU Watchdog Radio!
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Charity Chat is a podcast from the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) - the independent national regulator of Australian charities. Each episode features a chat with an expert about a topic of interest to registered charities and the broader charity and not-for-profit sector. The short episodes are a great way to stay informed about all things charity: issues facing the charity sector, aspects of charity governance, and meeting obligations to the ACNC. Be sure to chec ...
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The US-China Podcast

National Committee on U.S.-China Relations

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This series features brief discussions with leading China experts on a range of issues in the U.S.-China relationship, including domestic politics, foreign policy, economics, security, culture, the environment, and areas of global concern. For more interviews, videos, and links to events, visit our website: www.ncuscr.org. The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations is the leading nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that encourages understanding of China and the United States among citize ...
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In this podcast, we will check in regularly with Captain Paul Watson to speak about recent news and events regarding the oceans and their ecosystems. We will also feature interviews with other members of the Neptune's Pirates, especially once campaigns are in full swing. Periodically, we will post educational episodes highlighting the importance of marine organisms and what you can do to help the oceans. For the latest news and updates, please subscribe to this podcast (Apple Podcast, Spotif ...
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Designing Tomorrow explores a new playbook for modern social impact leaders and brands to reach their true impact potential. Why do some social impact brands thrive, while so many others fail to get traction, build support for their cause, and make meaningful progress? Imagine your impact with truly sustainable revenue and resources. With deeper community engagement and relationships. With more influence in your social impact category. Hosted by Eric Ressler, Founder & Creative Director of C ...
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The Global Liberty Alliance (GLA) is a legal and public policy NGO in the United States dedicated to strengthening fundamental individual rights, free enterprise, and the rule of law. Stand for liberty and the rule of law. Invest in GLA today! To sign up for the podcast emails, please visit this page: http://eepurl.com/g0xh7f Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/global-liberty-alliance/support
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NGOpodcast

Jimoh Oluwatobi Segun

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NGO Podcast brings the diverse and vigorous voices of global NGOs to people around the world. Engaging interviews with founders and leaders in the NGO community probe looming challenges, opportunities and best practices. This podcast is Hosted By Jimoh Oluwatobi Segun
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Welcome to ‘Safari Conversations’ – the Singita Podcast. 30 years ago, our Founder, Luke Bailes, had a dream of creating a pioneering ecotourism brand that could help save pristine wilderness areas in Africa for future generations. The first chapter of this story started when we built Singita Ebony Lodge, in the Sabi Sand, in 1993. But truly, it began long before that, on a piece of land his grandfather owned and where they spent holidays as a family at Castleton. So much has happened in the ...
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繼續以 HKSW 的風格, 與同工或者對社福界既朋友笑談社會二三事. 暫時在 FaceBook 群組生存中, 有興趣可以去 http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=309224609064 或者係 www.hksw.net 留言啦.
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Our esteemed researchers are hard at work compiling all the stuff they forgot to teach you in school. Pull up a desk and get out your #2 pencils, because class is in session!
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An informative podcast designed to educate people on highly relevant topics to understand " The art of Governing." Indian Beaurocrats and Notable NGO Founders shall be invited as guest speakers to express themselves and share their ideologies on Governing subjects.
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Justice Focus

Omar Phoenix Khan

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A criminology podcast that focuses on the latest exciting projects happening in criminal justice all over the world. It brings together practitioners, front line staff, NGO workers, academics - basically all those people working passionately and compassionately in criminal justice systems.
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Pastor John Ramey calls Mother Theresa one of his heroes. Ramey is president of Aslan Child Rescue Ministries and travels the world to support partners on the ground in difficult and far off places. Like the saintly Mother Theresa, Pastor Ramey finds joy in being alongside struggling mission workers, women and children bringing relief in the form o…
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Pt 2 covers implementation, overcoming barriers to this project, and Q&A. Pt 1 Covers policy definitions and priority policies, a process to create or revise your policies, and 2 polls. For templates: Free Resources for Building IT Policies at Nonprofits has a ton of links for you. Community IT Senior Consultant Nura Aboki and guest Jeff Gibson fro…
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Allison Kaplan Sommer, Don Futterman and Noah Efron discuss two topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. Hear the Extra-Special, Special Extra Segment on Patreon —Gantz and Gallant Game the Endgame— Two of five of the members of Israel’s “War Cabinet” tell Prime Minister Ne…
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Recently, in current events, the topic of Nazis and Fascism have been making it through popular media. Unfortunately, more often than not, popular media perpetuate the same misinformed myths about Nazis, whether it is “voting for Hindenberg would have stopped Hitler” (which we have already debunked) or whether Nazis are socialists, or alternatively…
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Send us a Text Message. Indian Elections; deep fakes, false memes, and misinformation galore Resurrecting dead politicians in election campaigns online may sound unbelievable, but in the Indian elections it seems that almost anything is possible. From deep fakes and AI meme wars to bogus audio messages, Bangalore based investigative journalist Nile…
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Subscriber-only episode Send us a Text Message. Indian Elections; deep fakes, false memes, and misinformation galore Resurrecting dead politicians in election campaigns online may sound unbelievable, but in the Indian elections it seems that almost anything is possible. From deep fakes and AI meme wars to bogus audio messages, Bangalore based inves…
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The military force of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), is the largest standing army in the world. However, the United States maintains the highest military expenditure in the world. How can Americans evaluate whether the U.S. or Chinese military is bigger? In an interview conducted on April 15, 2024, Isaac K…
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In episode 98 of Mission: Impact, Carol Hamilton hosts Danielle Marshall for another learning out loud episode where we do a deep dive into a topic. Today’s topic is leadership in the nonprofit sector, especially the declining interest in nonprofit leadership as highlighted by the "Push and Pull" report by the Building Movement Project. We explore …
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We meet two dynamic women in senior management at Singita Grumeti, Tanzania. Bronwyn Laing (GM at Singita Serengeti) chats to Joyce Moikangoe (Lodge Manager at Singita Sasakwa Lodge) about female leadership and how they lift others as they climb. Joyce was born in Tanzania, studied in South Africa, then returned home to give back and be a part of s…
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Kunthida Rungruengkiat is a Thai academic and a politician. She was previously a member of parliament and the deputy leader of the Future Forward Party. Her policy portfolio includes education reform and early childhood education improvement. After the disbandment of the Future Forward Party by the Constitutional Court, she faces a 10 years ban fro…
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In this episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Jocelyn Zuckerman, who is a writer and editor and has written a number of pieces in magazines and for other publications. She has a strong focus on environmental and social issues, and questions of international development. One of the things that we're talking about today is her book titled Pla…
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Pt 1 Covers policy definitions and priority policies, a process to create or revise your policies, and 2 polls. Pt 2 covers implementation, overcoming barriers to this project, and Q&A. For templates: Free Resources for Building IT Policies at Nonprofits has a ton of links for you. Community IT Senior Consultant Nura Aboki and guest Jeff Gibson fro…
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A full-out trade war erupted between the United States and China during the Trump administration, increasing tariffs on Chinese imports in dozens of sectors and leading to rising business competition and costs to consumers. How has this ongoing trade war impacted everyday U.S. and Chinese citizens? And how will the Biden administration handle the c…
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Allison Kaplan Sommer and Noah Efron discuss two topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. Hear the Extra-Special, Special Extra Segment on Patreon —Now, Rafah— What are we to make of Israel’s rolling incursion into Rafah? Oy. —On Film— There’s a new hour-long movie about th…
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Send us a Text Message. How AI is saving lives and languages in Ghana In general, people in the developing world are optimistic about the potential of AI. Of course, there are some concerns about job security and fairness, but overall, the positive outlook outweighs the negative. However, this is not the case in countries like Ghana, where suspicio…
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Subscriber-only episode Send us a Text Message. How AI is saving lives and languages in Ghana In general, people in the developing world are optimistic about the potential of AI. Of course, there are some concerns about job security and fairness, but overall, the positive outlook outweighs the negative. However, this is not the case in countries li…
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Is your social impact brand attracting enough revenue to power your mission and build a healthy, sustainable organization? Or do you feel like you’re constantly chasing donors and customers just to keep the lights on? Chances are, the second scenario hits closer to home. If so, you’re not alone. Because the social impact sector has a revenue proble…
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In this episode of the Captain Paul Watson Foundation Podcast, we speak with Captain Watson about two new ships added to the Neptune's Pirates fleet, the Bandero and the Nemesis. The Bandero was recently acquired (with the help of John Paul Dejoria) to help confront the Japanese Whalers in the Southern Ocean, while the Nemesis was acquired (with th…
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Mercy Chriesty Barends is an Indonesian politician who is the current chair of APHR and is a member of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle or PDI-P. She has served as a Member of Indonesia’s House of Representatives since 2014, where she has been very active on Climate Change issues through her work in The Alliance of Parliamentarian Call f…
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What are the main ways AI impacts nonprofit cybersecurity risks? Social engineering, trust, and data risks are the three big areas where AI will have impacts on cybersecurity at nonprofits that you need to be aware of. Whether or not your organization is using AI, these are areas where hackers are definitely using AI to devise new methods of attack…
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China was able to broker a historic global security agreement between Saudi Arabia and Iran, changing not only the Middle East’s regional dynamics, but also China’s position on the global diplomatic stage. China performs a balancing act between being a responsible stakeholder in world affairs, including the Russia-Ukraine and Israel-Hamas wars, and…
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Every spring and fall we receive invitations to attend a conference. It may be a nonprofit conference or a conference related to the mission of our organization. It can feel hard to take the time, and yet there is so much benefit. In this episode, Nancy and Sarah talk about conferences and how it is important to make time to learn, connect, and be …
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Allison Kaplan Sommer, Miriam Herschlag and Noah Efron discuss two topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. Hear the Extra-Special, Special Extra Segment on Patreon —Days of Awe— What do Yom Ha-Zikaron (Memorial Day) and Yom Ha-Atzmaut (Independence Day) mean in this annus …
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Send us a Text Message. Can ‘small’ AI have a huge impact in sub Saharan Africa? Artificial intelligence is usually fed with large datasets allowing the technology to create what should be well balanced algorithms – but what happens when large data sets aren’t available or the impact of the AI could have a very significant impact on people’s lives?…
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Subscriber-only episode Send us a Text Message. Can ‘small’ AI have a huge impact in sub Saharan Africa? Artificial intelligence is usually fed with large datasets allowing the technology to create what should be well balanced algorithms – but what happens when large data sets aren’t available or the impact of the AI could have a very significant i…
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Is community in decline, or is the way we’re participating just changing? The data and statistics, as always, are messy. And there’s valid opinions and arguments supporting different trends here. But whether or not community-engagement is in decline, our relationships with community is going through a rapid transformation. And as a social impact br…
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In episode 97 of Mission: Impact, Carol Hamilton, Elizabeth Engel and Shelly Alcorn discuss Why addressing climate change has shifted from a moral imperative to a business imperative for associations and nonprofits How climate change is impacting all sectors and industries now how associations are uniquely positioned to address climate change by le…
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Official U.S. policy towards Taiwan focuses on developing robust non-state relations with the island while advocating for a peaceful resolution to the cross-strait conflict. When considering American policy towards Taiwan, is more U.S. support good for Taiwan and regional peace? Sara Newland, Assistant Professor of Government at Smith College, disc…
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In this episode of Charity Chat, Jacqui Barr, the Assistant Director-General Technical Threats and Visibility at the Australian Cyber Security Centre, joined us to discuss the importance of cyber security. She outlined the simple measures charities of all sizes could set in place to ensure adequate cyber security and minimise the chances of becomin…
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In this episode, we have the pleasure of continuing the conversation with Donatella Rovera, who is Senior Crisis Response Advisor at Amnesty International. For more than 20 years, she has been a key member of Amnesty's on the ground investigative efforts in war, crisis, and other situations of human rights abuse. Listen to this episode as Donatella…
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In today's episode of the Captain Paul Watson Foundation Podcast we get to speak with another member of the CPWF UK team, Imogen Sawyer. Imogen gives us great insights in to the whaling situation in Iceland, the slaughter of pilot whales and dolphins in the Faroe Islands, and the seal hunt in Namibia. Imogen shares her first hand accounts of what i…
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