The Trade Justice Movement, a UK-based coalition of trade unions, NGOs and fairtrade groups, brings you this podcast series that explores progressive, alternative approaches to trade as the UK gears up to leave the EU.
Keep up to date with what is happening in the world of veganism and animal rights by tuning into the Vegan Police Podcast.
This is an unapologetic no holds barred commentary on what his happening within the world of veganism and animal rights.
Der Greenpeace Greencast ist der Audio-Podcast von Greenpeace Berlin. Er ist der bekannteste grüne Audio-Podcast im deutschsprachigen Raum. Martin Hausding berichtet regelmäßig über aktuelle Themen sowie Aktionen und spricht mit vielen interessanten Gästen: Vom Karrotmob um die Ecke, über den Walschutz und Giften in Kleidung, bis zur Endlagerung von Atommüll.
Welcome to New Road to New York Podcast. I am your host Rama.
This podcast is focused towards Nepali Community and helping them assimilate in USA. Giving them peak of the culture here in United States, tips and networking. Hope you enjoy it.
GPSG Radio is the podcast for Indiana University’s Graduate and Professional Student Government. From the latest assembly, programming, and funding news, to our interviews with graduate students, administrators, and local businesses, this podcast is a Hoosier’s guide for learning how to make a difference in the graduate-student community and navigate life in Bloomington. It’s a podcast for graduate students, by graduate students.
A podcast about the altruistic deeds of local non profits, organizations and people doing small and extraordinary things. We look at how industries impact the issues, what groups are doing the big work, and how we can make ourselves more aware and involved.
The Grow Your Group Show helps Cub Scout Packs, Boy Scout Troops, Rotary Clubs, Churches, Lions Clubs and other nonprofit organizations recruit new members, raise more money, run better programs, and have more fun doing it.
Your host is Mike Cooney, who has 30 years in successful nonprofit organizations. Our guests are passionate, and they really know what they’re talking about. Subscribe today, or find out more at mikecooney.net/growyourgroup
By Dr. Saby Labor: Coach, Educator, Entrepreneur, Founder of Resilient Campus
Amplifying the voices of college inclusion innovators in higher education. The Resilient Campus Podcast is a weekly source of resilience, created in response to college professionals experiencing burnout and exhaustion doing college inclusion and social justice work. Host, Dr. Saby Labor, will interview coaches and influencers to strengthen our daily mindset so that we can sustain this work collectively. Whether you have diversity and inclusion in your professional responsibilities or you work in another functional area and build campus movements because that's just who you are - this podcast is for you.
NGOpodcast is a media outlet that is serving as an intermediary between nongovernmental organizations and the public by getting the voice of NGOs from their immediate environment to the hearing of people around the world.
In its simplicity, NGOpodcast craves;
To be the voice of non-governmental organizations
To Be an Advocate for Non-governmental organizations
The sole aim of NGOpodcast is to bring the nongovernmental organizations to the limelight.
NGOpodcast plans to achieve its goal by;
Having an interview session with either the founder or team lead or representative of different NGOs around the world on each episode of the podcast.
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ngopodcastshow
Follow us on twitter: @ngopodcastshow
A national initiative by BVA to increase awareness among veterans and the general public about the organization itself and to empower and instill hope in blinded veterans during their personal quests to meet the challenges of vision loss.
Firefighters and EMS professionals and their families must have the resources to deal with the various complications that their jobs can bring to their lives, especially issues regarding emotional and psychological stress. This podcast series talks about the issues surrounding stress injury and PTSD with our first responders. Series hosted by Craig Luecke.
This podcast is purposed to help equip Inland Group Leaders to better lead their groups. As the leader grows so the group will grow also. We will focus on the three foundations of any group at Inland: Growing-Communties-on Mission.
High Point Church exists to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
Overwhelmed by the gift of salvation we have found in Jesus, we have a heart for authentic worship, are passionate about the local church, and are on a mission to see God's kingdom established across the earth.
On the Loqules Podcast we chat with thought leaders, tastemakers, creative visionaries and non-profit founders about 3 pivotal experiences that have shaped their lives. Hosted by Loqules co-founder and CEO Jai Al-Attas, whose mission it is to use experiences to improve people’s lives.
To celebrate our birthday, the staff at Sydney Story Factory have chosen some of their favourite stories from the past five years of workshops and created these podcasts.
The stories are read by Bridie Connell, David Cunningham, Gen Fricker, Alex Lee, Zoe Norton Lodge, Russel Smith, Mark Sutton, and the students of Sydney Story Factory. Produced by Ben Jenkins with music by Benny Davis.
For more information and accompanying resources head to tinyurl.com/storyfactory5
Changemaker is for dreamers with a passion to make the world better. Each episode is a collection of stories from social entrepreneurs and innovators about life, business, and lessons learned along the way. If we can learn from each other, we can make a greater impact. Learn more at changemakerpodcast.com.
Generate more gifts with less money and reduced resources with Engagement Fundraising. Join Greg Warner as he cuts through the noisy and confusing echo chamber of fundraising philosophies to help you become more efficient and effective generating more major and legacy gifts.
Presented by MarketSmart, LLC. Learn more at www.imarketsmart.com.
From the call to adventure, to the darkest moments of the abyss, to the triumphant return home, students from Melodic Connections use the story archetype of the hero’s journey to tell the stories of prominent musicians in their hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. Musicians are interviewed by students at Melodic Connections, a music therapy studio for individuals with developmental disabilities, who use this podcast to journey with musicians they admire and make connections based on their shared love of music. Our students find common ground between their experiences in our community music therapy studio and the lives and stories of professional musicians. Whether you conduct a world class symphony, sing at a local hot spot, or are an avid music listener, this podcast will connect you with interesting musicians of all abilities.
A podcast where Dr Kirk E. Harris breaks down the challenges fathers in urban Chicago face and how to meet and overcome them. Co-hosted by Othniel Tucker, the podcast is aimed towards educating the general public on what can be done to create better communities through breaking the cycle by focusing on our Fathers, and their impact on their children and the greater society.
The Heartland Institute podcast featuring libertarian and conservative scholars who advocate for lower taxes, less spending, less regulation, more economic freedom, and vibrant free markets. Hosted by Jesse Hathaway.
The Fundraising Co-Pilot provides hands-on fundraising advice for nonprofits, professional fundraisers, board members, and fundraising volunteers. The podcast is hosted by Marc Huber, a fundraising professional for the past seventeen years who has worked with and for various mid-sized and national nonprofits, including the Rotary International Foundation, the American Library Association, and Indiana University.
The Defender Podcast is a ministry of Lifeline Children's Services where we seek to equip the body of Christ to manifest the gospel to vulnerable children and families. We hope this podcast will provide encouragement, inspiration, and ways to connect with others who have a heart for the orphan.
I Biståndspodden vrider och vänder vi på fenomen och frågor inom bistånd och vill ge en nyanserad bild till lyssnaren. Vi vänder oss till gemene man, inte bara den som redan är insatt i Erikshjälpens verksamhet.
Baltimore Outreach Services or BOS (pronounced boss) was born 13 years ago when congregants of Christ Lutheran Church, in the Federal Hill neighborhood of Charm City, felt compelled to help homeless women and children. The members and leadership of the church, led by BOS Executive Director, Dr. Karen Adkins, developed a 40-bed shelter in the church's basement for women and their kids to live. Soon it became clear that the women and children needed more than shelter, but life-skills to help them become and remain self-sufficient. The program now includes transitional housing, health, education and job training opportunities. Enter Baltimore chef, former restaurant owner, and caterer, Connie Crabtree. Working with Dr. Adkins, Chef Crabtree created a program to teach culinary arts and food safety to the women living in the shelter. The program called, Essential Skills teaches basic skills that can open the door to the vast job opportunities in food services, even for those who have been previously unemployable. Many of these jobs provide life-altering income and benefits that have changed the course of dozens of families and their lives.
You're listening to the first part of a multi-part series of audio casts. For more information, please visit http://www.baltimoreoutreach.org/ or our brand new social media page here: http://www.boscooks.com/
Ted Jr and Kelly Rodgers (and Teddy III)
Nicaragua Missionary Support - Arms Of Love International
Ted Jr and Kelly have been serving in ministry in Nicaragua since 2009 and started serving at Arms of Love in May of 2011. They moved to Nicaragua to serve Arms of Love full time in April 2014. Ted was raised in the service industry, learned construction from his father, and followed his path. Kelly worked in the IT industry before receiving the call from God to pursue a master's degree in Counseling. Ted and Kelly were both raised in St. Louis, MO and have a son (Teddy). They have actively served in the local church since God saved them, and have a huge heart for community. Ted enjoys watching and playing sports, cooking, theology, and meeting new people. Kelly enjoys reading, running, and sharing time with her friends and family. Teddy enjoys baseball, soccer, building legos, and currently attends grade school at a bilingual school outside of Jinotepe.
A church where people find hope, follow Jesus and serve our community with love and compassion. Lifting the name of Jesus, Praying his kingdom come, Being part of his kingdom work and will on earth, meeting the needs of others, and one another. Living forgiveness, mercy and compassion because it first came to life for us through Jesus.
I Barncancerfondens podcast pratar vi med forskare och andra personer som på något sätt är delaktiga i vår verksamhet. Syftet är att göra vår verksamhet tillgänglig och visa vad givarnas pengar går till. Den allra största delen av de pengar som Barncancerfonden samlar in går till att driva barncancerforskningen framåt, därför kommer störst fokus ligga på att träffa forskare och låta dem berätta om sitt arbete.
Avsnitten är 10-12 minuter långa och målsättningen är att släppa minst ett nytt avsnitt varje månad.
The B'nai B'rith International Podcast is a space to hold frank and interesting conversations with the organization's experts on staff. Topics discussed include B'nai B'rith's advocacy efforts, commitment to the nation’s seniors, humanitarian relief work and the organization’s history.
Aqui o ouvinte encontrará, além de dicas sobre programações culturais e entretenimento, discussões sobre o universo cultural. Dicas de turismo nacional, curiosidades das regiões, comidas típicas e eventos voltados para a Psicologia também farão parte.
Barnebruden er en dokumentar om barneekteskap i Malawi. I et samfunn hvor alle andre institusjoner svikter dem har en gjeng lokale ungdommer, mange av dem tidligere barnebruder, tatt på seg en oppgave som egentlig ikke er deres: å stoppe barneekteskap. Det er også en dokumentar om den brutale virkeligheten til Aseka - en 15 år gammel jente i fare for å bli giftet bort.
Nature is essential to our quality of life. Berks Nature works hard every day to protect nature, and connect people to nature. Berks Nature is a 501(c)(3) non-profit conservation organization that has been serving the Berks County community since 1974.
Each month, For Good focuses on a pressing issue facing Central Indiana, specifically Hamilton and Marion counties, and talks with the people and organizations that are working hard to make the community a better place for everybody, every day. For Good is a podcast created by Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) in partnership with WFYI that features new episodes on the fourth Tuesday of every month. Learn more or listen to past episodes at cicf.org.
Protestbewegungen verändern die Gesellschaft. Die Bewegungsstiftung unterstützt sie mit Geld und Beratung. Wir sprechen mit Aktivist*Innen, Forscher*Innen und Förderer*Innen über Politik, soziale Bewegungen und wie man Geld strategisch für sozialen Wandel einsetzen kann.
This is Better World Radio, a production of TisBest Philanthropy. We're a nonprofit that supports other nonprofits through our unique giving programs. TisBest Charity Gift Cards are the tools we use to turn anyone - no matter their age or economic status-into a philanthropist. Over the last 8 years we've worked with thousands of people who are giving their time, talent, and treasure to make this world a better place, and we've learned a lot about giving along the way. Every month we share some of what we've learned with you here on Better World Radio, along with stories from people who are doing their best to create a better world.
What Climate Issues Are You Most Concerned With? Carbon emissions? Ozone layer depletion, deforestation? Ocean currents? Global temperature changes? SAPCO2 Podcast discusses trending climate issues while presenting novel solutions from innovative companies, labs and non-governmental entities.
An entertaining talk with businesses in New Jersey, Other People's Business is a podcast from the New Jersey Business and Industry Association where we ask guests a series of questions that include ice breakers and business info that both educate and entertain.
Hosted by Dr. Bob John, a member of the PPAG Board of Directors, PPAG Conversations is the official Podcast of the Pediatric Pharmacy Association. PPAG Conversations highlights current topics in pediatric and neonatal critical care, general pediatrics, and hematology/oncology.
F*** Cancer-podden är en podd av organisationen Ung Cancer. I podden möter Ung Cancers grundare Julia Mjörnstedt andra unga vuxna cancerdrabbade. Inga ämnen är tabu, inga frågor för läskiga att ställa.
The Animal Rescue Professionals Association (ARPA) is dedicated to the education, training, certification and support of the community of people focused on saving animals. Animal rescue professionals have many different backgrounds and experiences and work in rescues and shelters, as photographers and transporters, and even as vets, vet techs and attorneys. This podcast is focused on interviewing the professionals in the industry to provide you with real-world best practices, stories and examples of how you can be involved.
’Ambassadørerne’ er Udenrigsministeriets podcast, hvor skiftende ambassadører bliver interviewet om aktuelle emner. Analyser fra Danmarks udkigsposter i hele verden og et indblik i diplomatiets arbejde.