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Being a third culture kid is one of the greatest experience of a human's life, but it comes with plenty of emotionally draining challenges. Sudanese Third Culture Kids dilemmas, millennials technology lifestyles and general politics. This show dives into real-life issues while sharing inspiration and motivation from the motherland and beyond. Welcome to The Sudanic Podcast :) Hosted by Ayman Elnour
 
From revolution in Sudan, to Al Shabaab’s increasing regional reach and Ethiopia’s burgeoning political transformation, the Horn of Africa is in turmoil. The Horn, a new podcast series from the International Crisis Group, helps make sense of it all. Host Alan Boswell and guests explore what lies behind the headlines as they discuss ways to help bring peace and stability to the region. With special thanks to our host, Alan Boswell (https://twitter.com/alanboswell), and our producer Maeve Fran ...
 
South Sudan in Focus airs at 7:30 pm in Juba (1630 UTC) and can be heard on FM stations throughout South Sudan, on shortwave, and on VOA’s 24-hour channel in Nairobi at 8:30 pm. The program is hosted by John Tanza in Washington D.C., and a network of reporters around South Sudan and in Washington produce the stories that are heard on South Sudan in Focus. Contact Us Email: sudanproject@voanews.com Telephone: To leave a message for the program staff, call +1.202.205.9942. After you hear the V ...
 
Jiran (جيران) is a 5-week summer language program from July 2-August 3, 2018 that pairs intermediate and advanced Arabic students with underserved Arabic-speaking families in New Britain, Connecticut. Jiran programming in a program focused on Arabic language learning and intercultural competence development. The program allows student participants to progress in Arabic, access Arabic speakers from places they cannot study abroad (Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Sudan, etc), and experientially learn abou ...
 
The Rift Valley Institute is a non-profit research and training organization working with communities and institutions in Eastern and Central Africa. RVI programmes connect local knowledge to global information systems, aiming to modify development practice. They include field-based social research, support for indigenous educational institutions, in-country training courses and a digital library. www.riftvalley.net
 
First Person Arts believes that everyone has a story to tell, and that sharing our stories connects us with each other and the world. The First Person Arts Podcast is one more way we celebrate the power of the personal. Hear hilarious, ridiculous, astounding stories from real life, pulled from our events archive, plus new tales from our listeners right here. Visit firstpersonarts.org for more information about our live events or to tell your story.
 
It was the summer of 1917. Abelia Brody and Robert Bishop are two lonely people brought together by fate, in a time of war. Lilac Wine weaves their story through the lens of history. Join author Bruce Janu as he reads from his novel-in-progress, bringing his audience on a candid journey through the creative writing process. Become part of the process, offer suggestions and constructive criticism. Lilac Wine: The Podcast is a unique, crowd-edited novel in real-time. Join the discussion, make ...
 
Want to hear some extraordinary stories of resilience and humanity? Tired of the political debates about refugees? Tune in to Seeking Refuge for the human stories of refugees and those working to protect them. Seeking Refuge was started by a group of students at the University of South Carolina who want to depoliticize the narrative around the refugee crisis. We focus on bringing you stories from refugees themselves and those on the frontlines of the crisis, giving a platform to the human be ...
 
We’re here to challenge the common misconception that Africa is a country, whilst appreciating the identity of each nation. Through each episode we’ll explore key historical moments which have shaped the continent, in an easily digestible, satirical (and shady) format with your hosts Chinny and Astrid. We're also on Instagram as @itsacontinentpod and Twitter @itsacontinent. Sources are posted in each episode note. As we are an independent podcast, please consider supporting on Patreon https: ...
 
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.
 
A new Richmond Football Club team. A new Richmond Football Club podcast. The Originals charts the arrival of a new breed of Tiger; a series launched in the countdown to Richmond’s AFL Women’s competition debut on February 7. Written and presented by award-winning journalist and author, Sam Lane. Produced by Richmond Football Club.
 
Anywhere but Home is a six-episode audio drama based on true stories of incredible journeys. From South Sudan where a sick baby is found hidden under a pile of leaves, to a town in Syria, where an old woman sets out on a epic journey to bring her grandchildren to safety. Anywhere but Home brings you inspiring stories of courage, resilience and hope. Anywhere but Home is brought to you by Save the Children. To meet the people whose journeys inspired these stories go to: www.savethechildren.ne ...
 
Kenyan Luo (also known as "Dholuo") belongs to the Luo grouping within the Western Nilotic grouping of the Nilo-Saharan language family. It is spoken by the Luo people of Kenya and Tanzania, numbering about 3 million, who occupy parts of the eastern shore of Lake Victoria and areas south of there. It is used for broadcasts on KBC (Kenya Broadcasting Corporation, formerly the Voice of Kenya) and Radio Ramogi. Dholuo is closely related to Lango, Acholi and Dhopadhola of Uganda. It is not to be ...
 
Target Zero Hunger is a podcast that delves into the core issues of the UN Sustainable Develop Goals (SDGs). From eradicating poverty and hunger, to mitigating and adapting to climate change, rethinking food and agriculture production is critical to feeding a growing population and achieving these goals.
 
When the self-proclaimed Mahdi (“Guided One”) gathered Islamic forces and kicked the Anglo-Egyptians out of the Sudan, he unleashed a backlash. With the image of the heroic General Charles Gordon dying at Khartoum, the British public was ready to support a war to reclaim the lost territories. And when the political time was right, a British-Egyptian-Sudanese expedition led by the redoubtable Herbert Kitchener set out to do just that. The river involved was the Nile. For millennia, its annual ...
 
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A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Parks, is a NY Times Bestseller detailing the harrowing walk of an 11 year old boy Salva Dut from his hometown in South Sudan to refuge in Ethiopia. Salva was just a child sitting in a classroom dreaming about lunchtime when his life fell apart. As one of the Lost Boys of Sudan, Salva walked hundreds of miles to sa…
 
After long nights of talks and walks, we're finally out here to deliver to you guys our creation during the corona era. A new podcast. A bold podcast that will discuss everything Sudanese especially those who lived abroad and can relate to the struggle of being a third culture kid. Well, you might ask yourself, what the hell is third culture kids??…
 
The state of Sudan has consistently and often precariously juggled its cocktail of historical, ethnic, religious and cultural history the sum total of which has been hits and misses of major proportions. Now a younger generation of restless women and men are demanding a total reckoning that would hopefully usher in a whole new chapter in the countr…
 
Getting a sandwich shouldn’t be this hard.In Sudan, a shortage of bread has meant prices have gone through the roof. There are queues outside bakeries, and some people are getting restless. Let’s not forget: in Sudan, bread and politics often go hand-in-hand. It was a hike in bread prices that, two years ago, led many people to call for the removal…
 
Sudan Green is an African-American artist and activist from Germantown. He is the founder of Spirits Up! an organization using yoga, meditation, and art for back liberation. Among many things, Sudan discusses the six days of protests he was involved in and community reinvestment. #US - Five People. One Moment: - “Love in the Heart of the City” prov…
 
It appears Chinese intelligence services have been exploiting a vulnerability in SolarWinds to steal data from a US Government payroll system. The presumed Russian intrusion into SolarWinds may have been going on for nine months or more. Three new SolarWinds vulnerabilities are disclosed and patched. Amnesty accuses South Sudan of abusing intercept…
 
There were thousands of victims of the civil war that emerged in Sudan in the 1900s and many of them were young children who marched alone, thousands of miles, before arriving at the Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya that had a massive young population. The UNHCR quickly got involved and in collaboration with the U.S. Department of State approximately 3…
 
Buckle Up is a series of interviews "On The Go" so, Buckle Up & join us for a drive.My 89th Guest is Sudanese Artist, MaMan, who is at he forefront of the Sudanese Music Scene - He's the co-founder of Young JustUs , an incredible collective/production house based in Sudan. We talk about his ne single "Zolly" , his beginnings and his passion of alwa…
 
Head of Product for IBM Security Aarti Borkar shares her journey which included going after her lifelong love of math rather than following in her parents' footsteps in the medical field. In following her passions, Aarti found herself studying computer engineering and computer science, and upon taking a pause from her studies, she found a niche wor…
 
Today we'll be talking to Saleem Haddad. He is the author of Guapa, the director of Marco and a 2nd time guest on The Fire These Times. Topics discussed: What constitutes queer literature?; Muhammad Abdelnabi; Ocean Vuong; James Baldwin; The Personal is Political; Pedro Lemebel; Israeli pinkwashing; criticizing the so-called ‘gay international’ by …
 
Guest Maurits Lucas from Intel471 joins us to discuss his team's research into cybercrime in China. Data from Intel 471 show that the Chinese cybercrime underground proliferates through use of common methods or platforms, but behaves differently in large part due to the caution that actors take with regard to their identity. While the average citiz…
 
In the Vanuatu, young women are taking their long boards to the water, refusing to accept the idea that surfing is only for men. ”Solwota Sista” is the first episode of Island Voices, a three-part podcast series which looks at the ways that women in Vanuatu are attempting to break down barriers.By Ginny Stein/ OHRLLS
 
Oxford biology lab hacked. A Zoom impersonation phishing campaign afflicts targets in the EU. Senators disappointed in Amazon’s decision not to appear at this week’s SolarWinds hearing. NSA advocates adopting zero trust principles. CISA issues alerts on industrial control systems. The US Department of Homeland Security describes increases to its cy…
 
Matt Berninger started out as the frontman of The National, but recently he’s taken off on his own artistic path. With the re-issue of the National’s early albums out today, we speak with Matt about revisiting past selves, his collaboration with Booker T. Jones, and take a broader look at artists who have reinvented their sound after going solo. Fo…
 
Ebola is back in West Africa. Five people have died in Guinea - the country’s first deaths since the last epidemic ended in 2016. But it’s not all bad news. Vaccines are being rolled out in hotspot areas, scientists know more about the virus and governments are better equipped to contain outbreaks. So, could this be the beginning of the end of Ebol…
 
FriarFox is a bad browser extension, and it’s interested in Tibet. Ukraine accuses Russia of a software supply chain compromise (maybe Moscow hired Gamaredon to do the work). Egregor hoods who escaped recent Franco-Ukrainian sweeps are thought responsible for DDoS against Kiev security agencies over the weekend. A look at Babuk, a new ransomware-as…
 
Nigeria's 200M populous masses have consistently pursued social, economic and cultural freedoms in their journey to establish a free, prosperous and independent society. This journey however has been fraught with false starts, promising wins, and an ever-expanding list of challenges to overcome. And as Mr Osagie Obayuwana, Omotoye Olorode, and Esth…
 
"From the suburbs of Kigali back to his home in Rwanda to the bustling city of Vancouver - Ezra Kwizera has had quite a journey.Colonialism, power and greed are just part of the story that defines Rwanda in the late 20th century. They had a history of conflict rooted in the historical differences of power and access between Hutu and Tutsi groups. N…
 
"It was just ‘I can’t believe I’ve got the footy, what do I do next?’” - Gabby Seymour on that mark against veteran Magpie Stacey Livingstone. In the fifth episode of the second series of The Originals podcast, ex-national-level volleyballer and physiotherapist Gabby Seymour discusses her inspiring roundabout route to cracking the AFLW ranks and so…
 
It's Black History month and to celebrate I made a special episode about one of the African-American greats! Paul Robeson... The name might not sound too familiar, that's because he was blacklisted during the 2nd Red Scare, Paul Robeson was a superstar of the 1920's-60s... The highest paid concertist of his day... With his beautiful voice, talented…
 
Power cuts can be such a pain, right?But, for many South Africans, they have become a part of day-to-day life: something that you’d expect, rather than something you’d be surprised by.And the problem’s got so bad, that even President Cyril Ramaphosa has had to take action – but even he says it will be impossible to fix the problem overnight. So, wh…
 
As more organizations are affected by the Accellion FTA compromise, authorities issue some recommendations for risk mitigation. Ocean Lotus is back, and active against Vietnamese domestic targets. LazyScripter is phishing with COVID and air travel lures. SolarWinds hearings include threat information, exculpation, and calls for more liability prote…
 
Allyn Rose, a former Miss America contestant lost her mom when she was just 16 years old. Her family history of breast cancer forced her to re-examine her life and her breasts. After choosing a preventive double mastectomy, Allyn was featured as a model in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition. Taking control of her life and choosing to break the…
 
Cody Townsend is one of the most awarded and respected free skiers in the world. Over the course of his career he has won multiple invitationals, chased new routes, and stunt skied for Hollywood productions like "xXx: Return of Xander Cage". He is currently in the midst of a project to ski all the lines in the 2010 book "Fifty Classic Ski Descents …
 
Times are changing for LGBT Africans.In Angola, being in a same-sex relationship is no longer a crime, thanks to a new law that has just come into force. And yet, well-rooted beliefs mean that life for the LGBT community there won’t change overnight.For long, LGBT Africans have struggled to come together and have their voices heard. But social medi…
 
Ukrainian security services complain of DDoS from Russia. The Accellion compromise is attributed to an extortion gang. Digital Shadow tracks the rise of initial access brokers, new middlemen in the criminal-to-criminal market. A botmaster uses an agile C2 infrastructure to avoid takedowns. IT executives to appear at US Senate hearings on Solorigate…
 
Armed conflict has been raging in Ethiopia's northernmost Tigray region since November and fears are growing that it is on the brink of famine. Sporadic reports trickling out of the chronically food-insecure region paint an alarming picture: hundreds of thousands displaced, essential infrastructure systematically destroyed, widespread atrocities co…
 
In this episode, we're in Tanzania discussing its stint in socialism. The country's first post-independence President, Julius Nyerere, introduced the Arusha Declaration. A vital element of the declaration was the introduction of Ujamaa which means family-hood in Swahili. Ujamaa focused on freedom, equality and unity. He believed that colonialism ha…
 
Times are changing for LGBT Africans.In Angola, being in a same-sex relationship is no longer a crime, thanks to a new law that has just come into force. And yet, well-rooted prejudices mean that life for the LGBT community there won’t change overnight.For long, LGBT Africans have struggled to come together and have their voices heard. But social m…
 
Facebook takes down Myanmar junta’s main page. APT31 clones Equation Group tools. Silver Sparrow’s up to...something or other. Bogus Flash Player update serves fake news and malware. Effects of supply chain compromises spread. Clubhouse’s privacy issues. VC firm breached. CrowdStrike releases its annual threat report. We welcome Josh Ray from Accen…
 
In part one of a two part investigation, we outline the historical context of the modern refugee crisis with Professor Peter Gatrell, a migration history expert from the University of Manchester in England. Professor Gatrell explains how refugees came about as a byproduct of the nation-state system and how major conflicts like the World Wars, the R…
 
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