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Each week, Foreign Policy’s Amy Mackinnon, will recommend one podcast from around the world, interview the host, and play an excerpt. This curated show is designed to help listeners interested in the things we are—great stories, compelling interviews, and cogent analysis on international affairs—sort through the overwhelming variety of podcasts out there and find the best ones. And occasionally you’ll hear audio from our own newsroom. FP Playlist replaces our flagship podcast First Person. S ...
 
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EU-Council of Europe youth partnership

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Welcome to UNDER 30, the podcast series by the EU-Council of Europe youth partnership that brings research results, explores trends in young people's lives and themes relevant for youth policy and practice. The EU-CoE youth partnership is a co-operation programme between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth, created in 1998, connecting youth research, policy and practice.
 
Brought to you by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi, the Intergenerational Politics Podcast tackles the issues facing our nation, asks the questions you want to be answered, and most importantly, engages all generations in politics. Jill Wine-Banks is the only woman to have served on the Watergate prosecution team, is an MSNBC Legal Analyst, and is the author of "The Watergate Girl: My Fight for Truth and Justice Against a Criminal President." Victor Shi is a sophomore at UCLA, the youngest del ...
 
After 10 years of serial monogamy, comedian Ashley Gavin, trades in her u-haul for a life of sleeping around and documents every gritty detail of her queer experiments in this podcast. Always in fear of being cancelled, Ashley is aided by her queerest friends, Kate Sisk, known as the "Cancel Coach", and the "Youth in the Soundbooth" Gara Lonning, equipped with a gen-z themed soundboard, to call Ashley out on her BS. Together they interview people from all over the gender and sexuality spectr ...
 
Alix Robertson, Baz Ramaiah and Vanessa Joshua of The Centre for Education and Youth (along with their expert guests) explore developments in education and youth research and policy. There is a particular focus on how research can affect teachers, educational leaders and policy makers as well as others with a wider interest in improving outcomes for all of our young people. This is a UK based show.
 
A weekly podcast that explains major policy issues and at a 101 level. Every week, hosts Michelle Cordero and Tim Doescher present an entertaining mix of media clips, personal stories, and interviews with Heritage experts, to break down major news stories and policy debates raging in Congress. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Sensible Drug Policy Show is a podcast created by Students for Sensible Drug Policy International where we share insights from young advocates at the forefront of local, national and international decision-making around drugs. Our network is an active force for reform in more than 30 countries around the world. From high-level meetings and negotiations at the United Nations, to grassroots initiatives, here’s an exclusive look at the opinions, challenges and successes of the most promising yo ...
 
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The Ahlquist Agenda

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The Ahlquist Agenda

The Ahlquist Center for Policy, Practice & Innovation

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The Ahlquist Center for Policy, Practice and Innovation is the policy and advocacy arm of Children's Home & Aid, one of the largest providers of social services in Illinois. The Center advocates for robust, antiracist, equitable policies and social supports that create social capital, economic mobility, and systems designed to ensure children, families, and communities thrive.In this podcast, we invite you to take an inside look at how we think about policy: why it matters, how it impacts yo ...
 
A place for critical conversations about our future on this planet and how policy making and radical democracy are essential to ensure that future is not only green but also fair and inclusive.We’ll be chatting about the burning issues of our time, how policies are made and give you the tools to overhaul take the system!
 
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Climate Biz

Shari Friedman and Denise Odaro

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The World Bank Group’s private sector arm IFC invites you to discover what’s new in the world of green energy and sustainable business with Esohe Denise Odaro and Shari Friedman. Climate Biz is a leading bi-monthly podcast that explores global sustainability trends from a business perspective. Join in conversations with leaders from the world of sustainable business and policy or stay in-the-know with our monthly sustainable trends report, covering energy, tech, finance, and the wider real s ...
 
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LeGaL - LGBT Bar of New York

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Featuring lively discussion of the latest legal news affecting the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community here and abroad. Interviews with LGBTQ lawyers, policy wonks and activists. Our monthly LGBT Law Notes episode with Professor Art Leonard digs into three of the most important new LGBT civil rights rulings. Eric Lesh, executive director of the LGBT Bar of NY hosts.
 
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Between Two Flags

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Between Two Flags

United Nations Association in Canada

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Between Two Flags is a podcast created and run by the United Nations Association in Canada – a charitable organization based in Ottawa with a long history of civil society engagement. Episodes feature discussions with diverse innovators and stakeholders sharing how their organizations and collectives are working towards creating an equal and sustainable Canada, as well as what Canada has to offer to the world. This is a bilingual podcast with episodes in both English and French.
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
Young people around the world are organizing themselves and demanding a more equitable future - the movement for Black lives, the international youth climate movement, the #nodapl movement. Young people have always been at the cutting edge of political movements for justice throughout history. But what does youth organizing and activism actually look like? How can young people become organizers? What skills do young organizers need? How can older organizers support young organizers - and lea ...
 
The National Center for Youth Opportunity and Justice (NCYOJ) aims to improve life opportunities for youth through systems and practice improvement initiatives. Since 2001, we have translated research into policy and practice effectuating change that produces more efficient and effective systems, generates better outcomes for vulnerable young people, and maintains safety for youth and their families, youth-serving professionals, and communities as a whole.
 
Seen Out Loud is a show about disrupting the child welfare system by the simple act of seeing families in their full humanity. I’m your host Matt Anderson. I am incredibly curious about people’s stories and endlessly impatient with the status quo. I’ve witnessed how seeing people for who they truly are, and learning from their stories, offers new perspectives and compelling insights that can lead to radical transformation of America’s foster care system. Join me in listening to families shar ...
 
Terser Adamu, who is an Africa Business Strategist, International Trade Adviser, and Director at ETK Group, shares his thoughts on how to unlock Africa’s economic potential in the 21st century. This is delivered through engaging and thought provoking discussions with innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, policy makers and business leaders who are unlocking Africa’s economic potential. Whether you're a business leader, aspiring entrepreneur, have a comfortable side hustle, or want to take you ...
 
What’s it like to live with a mental health condition, or a disability, or both? How can we make life better for people who face these complex challenges in their lives? Get Real presents frank and fearless conversations about mental health and disability, including people with lived experience, frontline workers in the industry, as well as policy-makers and advocates. Hosted by Robyn Haydon and Karenza Louis-Smith & produced by Emily Webb, on behalf of ermha365 Complex Mental Health and Dis ...
 
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J-PAL Voices

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J-PAL North America

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Rigorous research paired with visionary public policy has shaped a program that empowers communities to lower violent crime, reduce incarceration, and save lives: Summer Youth Employment Programs. In this podcast from the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab North America (J-PAL North America), you’ll come to know the stories behind the impact. Hear from advocates and program coordinators, researchers, and most importantly, the participants themselves about why these programs matter to them ...
 
Tshimong Talks is a talk series hosted by Tshimong in collaboration with University of Johannesburg Libraries. The talks will be hosted virtually via Zoom and live-streamed on Facebook for Africa’s young people. The talks will also be released on Tshimong’s YouTube channel and podcast feed, available everywhere podcasts are found. The series provides an interactive platform for African youth to engage with individuals who are addressing key issues in their societies. We believe that the futu ...
 
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Doing Translational Research

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Doing Translational Research

Bronfenbrenner Center at Cornell University

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Doing Translational Research explores the process of translating research findings into policy and practice and working with practitioners and policy makers to design more effective research studies. The podcast is produced by The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research (BCTR) at Cornell University. The BCTR expands, strengthens, and speeds the connections between research, policy, and practice to enhance human development and well-being.
 
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Otago Access Radio

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The Source is a 10 Part Series focusing on what you need to know to become and active citizen. Members of the Dunedin Youth Council will take you through topics from the different departments in Council, to how to get your voice heard in local government.
 
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WhatIF? Podcast

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WhatIF? Podcast

The Intergenerational Foundation

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What IF we listened to the voice of future generations? Alisa Anwar, in partnership with the Intergenerational Foundation, takes you on a crash course on intergenerational fairness. Each month we talk to experts, policy makers, and young people on a range of important issues that have divided the generations. From student debts and fees, the housing crisis, to even pensions and the pandemic, this whistle-stop tour will leave you questioning the status quo and fighting for equality.
 
Experience behind-the-scenes stories and interviews relating to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Join Sarah Jane Weaver as she interviews Church leaders, members who are making a difference and writers from the Church News team.
 
Welcome to The Green Renaissance – a new podcast series on the green recovery from the Partnership for Action on Green Economy. Join us once a month as we unpack the complex policy questions that will determine the fate of our economies, our societies, and our planet for decades to come. As well as providing policy and decision makers with new ideas and impulses for taking action, The Green Renaissance also targets other key stakeholders shaping public policy debates; mixing voices from gove ...
 
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During rare times when circumstances shift, including the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals have an opportunity “to look into our soul and see if we like what we see there.” Life for Deseret News reporter Lois Collins was a constant invitation to see things differently. Raised by blind parents, Collins had the opportunity to learn how to “see” in ever…
 
In our news wrap Friday, Russian missiles pounded a coastal town in southern Ukraine killing at least 21 people including two children, the trial for U.S. women's basketball star Brittney Griner began outside Moscow, at least 19 people in northeastern India died in mudslides triggered by torrential rain, a new tropical storm formed over the Caribbe…
 
When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the legal battle over abortion rights shifted to the state level. Abortion providers in some states have been left confused over conflicting laws and shifting guidance from leaders. Cary Franklin, faculty director of the UCLA Law Center on Reproductive Health, Law, and Policy, joins Judy Woodruff to di…
 
Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Hong Kong to lead official celebrations for the 25th anniversary of the territory's handover from Britain to China. Over the last three years, Hong Kong's authorities now say it marks the start of a brighter future for the city, after years of social unrest and COVID-19 challenges. Richard Kimber reports on how …
 
Even before summer began, there were extreme heat waves and new heat records throughout the Northern Hemisphere, and the forecast calls for a hotter-than-normal summer in much of the U.S. Scientists say climate change is accelerating and intensifying these kinds of heat waves. It's taken a while for some TV weathermen and women to make these connec…
 
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post deputy editorial page editor Ruth Marcus join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including how the Supreme Court capped off a consequential term as the fallout continues from its decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, and a surprise hearing of the Jan. 6 committee presents testimony f…
 
Problems with the global supply chain have impacted nearly every sector of the economy. Now Americans preparing to celebrate Independence Day may find increased prices on the fireworks aisle, or their cities canceling fireworks displays altogether. Stephanie Sy has the story. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
If you are looking for something good to read this summer, you might start with the books written by our very own NewsHour staff. Three of our colleagues are out now with a memoir, a novel and a non-fiction book, all with very different styles. Jeffrey Brown spoke with Frances Kai-Hwa Wang, Aaron Foley and Nicole Ellis for our arts and culture seri…
 
Hosts: Ellinor Arzbaecher & Michael Wiafe Guest: Ashens Limon and Michael Yamamura Production and Marketing: Jarrett Ramones, Ellinor Arzbaecher, Kody Stoebig, and Tim Haydock Vaccinate All 58 is a movement aimed at promoting COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters by helping to spread facts and address misinformation. yli is working with young folks ac…
 
The U.S. Supreme Court has wrapped up a term that rewrote the law books on abortion, guns, climate change and asylum policy. That, in turn, set the stage for more history, when Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson became the first Black woman on the court. She was sworn in Thursday by Justice Stephen Breyer, who retired. The National Law Journal's Marcia …
 
Many environmental advocates acknowledged Thursday that the Supreme Court's decision in the Environmental Protection Agency's case is a significant blow in the government's efforts to limit greenhouse gases in the short term. West Virginia won the case after a legal battle over the clean power plan. EPA Administrator Michael Regan joins Judy Woodru…
 
Environmental advocates say the ruling in the EPA case is a blow in the fight against climate change and will hamper the Biden administration's environmental agenda. But West Virginia won the case in front of the court after a legal battle over the clean power plan. West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, who led the legal challenge to the…
 
The Supreme Court's decision on the "Remain in Mexico" policy is a surprise win for the Biden administration but comes with complicated political implications. NewsHour's Laura Barrón-López joins Judy Woodruff to give us a sense of how the White House is reacting to the news. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, judges in Kentucky and Florida became the latest to block new abortion limits since the end of Roe v. Wade, Hong Kong prepares for the 25th anniversary of its return from British to Chinese rule, Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. was sworn in as president in Manila, and the Justice Department opened an investigation of New York City'…
 
The Russian military on Thursday withdrew from Snake Island off of Ukraine's coast, easing some of the pressure on Odessa, the country's most important port. It came as NATO leaders concluded a key summit in Madrid. Nick Schifrin joins Judy Woodruff from Madrid to discuss the gains made by Ukraine and NATO's invitation to Sweden and Finland to join…
 
Baltic nations arrived at the NATO summit with a real warning: that they could be Russia' next target. And in the last week tensions have increased between Russia and Lithuania. Lithuania's President Gitanas Naus�--da joins Nick Schifrin to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
The Biden administration has launched a vaccination campaign against monkeypox, making nearly 300,000 shots available in the coming weeks. There are around 350 known cases of the virus in the U.S., and zero deaths, but there are concerns about its spread. Joseph Osmundson, a molecular microbiologist at New York University and author of "Virology," …
 
During Pride Month, parades and other celebrations have been held in some of the nation's largest cities to celebrate LGBTQ rights, but smaller towns have also been marking the occasion. Cat Wise traveled to rural Kansas, where an artist is using his craft to raise awareness and foster understanding in his community. Her report is part of our arts …
 
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