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Humanitarian Conversations is a RedR Australia podcast exploring what it means to be a humanitarian in today’s world, hosted by Sally Cunningham and produced by Jill Farrar. Through interviews with notable humanitarians who have worked all over the globe, we learn about the surprising twists and turns in their careers and delve into the big issues facing the humanitarian sector. Tune in to a new episode every month.
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The New Humanitarian

The New Humanitarian

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The New Humanitarian brings you an inside look at the conflicts and natural disasters that leave millions of people in need each year, and the policies and people who respond to them. Join TNH’s journalists in the aid policy hub of Geneva and in global hotspots to unpack the stories that are disrupting and shaping lives around the world.
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Humanitarian Engineering

Humanitarian Engineering Group

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In this podcast, the Humanitarian Engineering group of the University of Twente introduces humanitarian engineering actions and their importance to society. With the guests, they talk about initiatives that develop engineering solutions that promote the well-being and lives of people lacking access to fundamental resources.
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As an active Bahai’ and mother to her one son, Christian, Christina DiArcangelo believes that listening, learning, and growing are everyday values that can change the world by impacting our own hearts, homes, and communities. Professionally, Christina wears many hats of a global clinical research pioneer, patient advocate, writer, publisher, podcast host, entrepreneur, and chief executive officer of multiple companies. All of the above lead her down a transformational path filled with challe ...
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Notes from an Aspiring Humanitarian

Relando Thompkins-Jones

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Building more equitable and inclusive relationships and communities requires a commitment to increasing our understanding of diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice in thought, and in practice. Actively committing ourselves to a lifetime of learning and critical self-reflection can show us the roles we can play in creating a better world by being the change we wish to see in it. Hosted by Social Worker, Social Justice Educator, Writer, and Organizational Consultant Relando Thompkins ...
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In 2020, 1 in about 45 people need humanitarian assistance and protection. While these statistics are shocking, they don’t tell the complete human story. This podcast talks to people responding to crises, people affected by them, and writers telling their stories. It will explore if stories can create empathy and spark action to address the causes and consequences of humanitarian crises.
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The Humanitarian Cast

Abdulkareem Haruna

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This podcast talks about the novel effort of a journalist to expand the medium of reporting the Boko Haram conflict in the Lake Chad region. It is the first podcast ever in the conflict region
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Following an official request from the UN Secretary General, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is moving ahead with plans for a World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul in May 2016. The objective of the event – which will be the first-ever humanitarian summit of this scale and scope – is to set a future agenda for humanitarian action to ensure improved responsiveness to the changing humanitarian landscape in terms of greater needs, more diverse actors, new techno ...
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In the year 2000, Michael Jackson was listed into the Guinness book of world records for breaking the world record for the "Most Charities Supported by a Pop Star“ an achievement that was accomplished by a lifetime of effort & tireless dedication, yet a little-known fact that has been overshadowed by years of fiction. After the 2018 release of his book "Humanitarian - The Real Michael Jackson" and the 2019 adaptation into a documentary of the same name, now Paul Dwyer brings you the stories ...
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Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

Deanna Silverman, LCSW & Erin Prewitt

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Welcome Friends! We are Deanna Silverman, LCSW and Erin Prewitt, Intuitive Life Coach and together we make up the Hilarious Humanitarians podcast. Working as a life coach & Clinical Social Worker in various settings, from the emergency department, and foster care system to marriage and family counseling and inpatient psych facilities, we aim to bring you two unique perspectives on everything from relationships, body image, parenting, to self-care and, mental health. You will hear everything ...
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Send us a Text Message. How can we harness the power of communities and networks as tools for humanitarian learning? In this podcast episode, Esther Grieder (the HLA's Global Communities and Partnerships Lead), leads a deep dive discussion with three seasoned community builders from Ghana, Nigeria and the UK to share and compare professional experi…
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One and a half million people have been uprooted by the conflict between the M23 rebel group and the national army in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Many are now living with host families, little-heralded frontline responders who play a central role in relief efforts across the region. Nicholas Bahati Ndoolé, a humanitarian worker based …
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In this episode of Humanitarian Horizons Christina and Angela discusses mental health aspects of vaccine injuries. Angela, a former marketing and communications professional, shares her story of experiencing severe health issues after receiving a COVID vaccine booster. Initially misdiagnosed with anxiety by doctors, she later learned she has perica…
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In this episode, Relando discusses the importance of checking in on the "strong" friends in our lives who always support everyone else. He shares practical tips on offering real help, including listening without judgment. He also talks directly to the "strong" friends, affirming that they deserve the same level of care and attention that they so of…
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In Pacific Island countries such as Fiji, the first education for a young child is often learning traditional knowledge. And for humanitarian Simione Bula, preserving and protecting this valuable knowledge is vital to navigating future disasters in the region. Simione is a highly experienced disaster management and disability inclusion specialist, …
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*As Martin Griffiths serves his last month at the helm of OCHA, take another listen to this episode from January 26, 2022 on his vision for the future of humanitarian aid, and his hopes for a non-British successor. ____ In the final episode of Season 2 of the Rethinking Humanitarianism podcast, host Heba Aly sits down with UN Under-Secretary-Genera…
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DARTS STAR'S FIGHT Former darts world champion, 56, reveals doctors gave him six months to live after being injected with infected blood https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/28206195/darts-legend-tony-david-infected-blood-scandal-deaths-door/ Was Australia’s health minister Mark Butler’s Elvis impersonation and ‘shaking of his ass’ a deliberate attempt a…
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Australian infected blood victims call for royal commission in wake of damning UK inquiry findings https://www.9news.com.au/national/australian-infected-blood-victims-call-for-royal-commission-in-wake-of-damning-uk-inquiry-findings/450a262f-7b64-41fd-b6b2-aff1f4d96543 Aussie former darts world champion tells how infected donor blood almost killed h…
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India’s incumbent Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been accused of hate speech against Muslims during the election campaign. But Harsh Mander, a writer and peace worker, tells host Ali Latifi that Muslims are being mistreated and discriminated against at all levels of civil and political society. With results looming, he warns that Modi’s India is …
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After 25 years as an international humanitarian worker, Susana Raffalli returned to Venezuela only to find herself at the centre of a humanitarian, political, and economic crisis in her own backyard. She describes the devastating impact that 10 years of crisis has had on Venezuelans and argues that the Latin American country has been largely neglec…
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In this episode, Zikambiyani talks about her past experiences working with rural communities in Zambia, the challenges of co-designing with different community groups, and her reasons for starting a PhD project at the University of Twente on the topic of design for social justice in humanitarian engineering.…
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Humanitarian organisations often push an image of refugees as passive victims in need of help. But refugees themselves say they have voices and need to be listened to. Refugee advocate Jean Marie Ishimwe tells host Obi Anyadike why it’s time for the refugee-led organisation, or RLO, ‘revolution’. What’s Unsaid is a bi-weekly podcast by The New Huma…
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In this edition, we expose the genocide of Australian medical patients with Haemophilia and how those responsible made fortunes and were even made into the face of Australia’s favourite spread Vegemite! Show links Children used as ‘human guinea pigs’ because it was cheaper than lab chimpanzees https://metro.co.uk/2024/05/13/blood-scandal-victims-us…
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In this edition, Charles MacKenzie speaks of the high rate of women and children infected with HIV and the deadly virus Hepatitis C from contaminated blood treatments and tainted blood transfusions. Show links 'We lived a double life to hide my little boy's HIV' https://www.bbc.com/news/articles/c0x01284v5jo Help Charles MacKenzie keep surviving an…
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*This episode was originally published on December 14, 2022. The call for reparations, which has long reverberated in former colonies, is now gaining momentum in the aid and philanthropy sectors, too. It’s a call that rejects the idea of aid as charitable giving, and instead reframes it as justice for the ravages of colonialism and imperialism. But…
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In this episode of Humanitarian Horizons, Christina DiArcangelo welcomes Erik Asher, a dear friend and fellow advocate in the cannabinoid space. They delve into the changes they've witnessed in Pennsylvania's medical cannabis program and how it has impacted patients. Despite promises of a patient-centric approach, the program's evolution has been m…
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A visit to Inzargai refugee registration centre in Afghanistan’s Kandahar province prompts host Ali Latifi to explore how governments around the world are weaponising anti-refugee and anti-immigrant rhetoric. Economic and security “frustrations are absolutely real”, Professor Muhammad Zaman, director of the Center on Forced Displacement at Boston U…
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This episode of Humanitarian Horizons dives into mental health with Dr. Michelle Sanders, a trauma specialist. Dr. Sanders discusses her work with underserved populations, including children with AIDS in NYC and single mothers in Bolivia. She emphasizes the importance of building trust and cultural sensitivity when working internationally. Dr. Sand…
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Join Christina and her guest Shabnam in this enlightening episode of Humanitarian Horizons as they delve into the critical topic of women's health. From discussing the overlooked challenges of PMDD to navigating the complexities of perimenopause, they shed light on the often neglected areas of women's wellness. Shabnam highlights the lack of awaren…
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Today’s First Person story comes from Moussa Kondo, executive director of the Sahel Institute. Moussa recounts how drastically life has changed for everyday people in Mali, where years of conflict, climate change, and political isolation have left more than 7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance. The worsening political instability in …
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Send us a Text Message. Are you curious about coaching and mentoring - but not sure if it’s right for you, or how to get started? Charlotte Balfour-Poole, Head of Coaching at the HLA, provides her expert overview of coaching and mentoring, and highlights how they can be used as powerful tools to support every humanitarian. In conversation with Ka M…
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Send us a Text Message. The delivery of high quality humanitarian learning - face-to-face or online is not devoid of unique challenges. As crises occur, it becomes increasingly important to carefully analyse capacity strengthening experiences and then introduce simple yet innovative methods to counter challenges faced so that training can get to th…
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From taking cover in bomb shelters in Ukraine, to herding donkeys in Afghanistan, to drinking kava in Fiji, Richard Simpson has many rich insights from 25 years as a humanitarian leader, innovator and educator. After a serendipitous meeting with a United Nations official in Turkey in the 90s, followed by a degree in anthropology and Latin American …
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How to learn to create an impact in underserved communities as students? Teodora Citia and Mariam Diarra talked about their BSc thesis and internship assignments they had carried on in Nepal and Madagascar. How to work with the communities from a socio-technical standpoint.Από τον Humanitarian Engineering Group
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Send us a Text Message. Listen to Archie Law AM (Principal Leadership Advisor at the Humanitarian Leadership Academy) in conversation with Jamie McGoldrick, who has just completed a term as the Interim UN Humanitarian/Resident Coordinator in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Together with Archie, Jamie discusses leadership and the humanitarian …
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Young girls and women are leading the way in driving systemic change, and supporting their communities, but a new report, titled “We need to know the humanitarian sector stands with us”, shows the extent to which they’re being overlooked and underfunded – and makes a plea directly to the sector to change this. The report’s co-author Nana Darkoa Sek…
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In this edition, Charles MacKenzie exposes two of the main beneficiaries of Australia’s criminal coverup of the Infected Blood Scandal. Show links Bill Bowtell biography https://publishing.monash.edu/authors/bill-bowtell/ Bill Bowtell opened the ‘gates of hell’ and helped Bill Gates corrupt Australia’s health policy… https://www.smh.com.au/national…
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*This episode originally aired in October 2023, and includes new interviews recorded days before the first anniversary of the war in Sudan. Hajooj Kuka, external communications officer for the Khartoum State Emergency Response Rooms, updates host Melissa Fundira on how mutual aid groups are scrambling to avert a famine, how badly needed funding con…
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Israel has continued to choose violence, despite a UN Security Council resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire. Ahmed Shihab-Eldin, an independent journalist of Palestinian descent, tells host Ali Latifi that “this is not just a humanitarian crisis. It’s a global moral crisis.” What’s Unsaid is a bi-weekly podcast by The New Humanitarian, whe…
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Today’s First Person story comes from Fatma Jaffar, a Yemeni humanitarian worker and the policy and advocacy lead for Oxfam Yemen. Fatma describes the dire humanitarian situation in her country and how Yemenis have kept each other alive throughout nine years of war. The ongoing conflict in Yemen is featured in The New Humanitarian’s annual list of …
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Welcome to a very special episode of the Humanitarian Horizons, this time Christina herself sits down to talk about something close to her heart, “My Superhero.”An avatar she created for her listeners and followers to get the push of strength they need if their day is not going well. Or they just need words of encouragement. Talking in detail as to…
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As Yemen’s war continues, a new project by The New Humanitarian shares personal testimonies that show how the devastating conflict has changed life for millions, while the rest of the world wasn’t paying attention. And how important it is that we keep listening. Nuha al-Junaid, project coordinator for the The Yemen Listening Project, tells her own …
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Welcome to Humanitarian Horizons with Christina DiArcangelo, this time she sits down with her good friend Anna, as they discuss the importance of freedom in a woman’s professional and personal life. Christina talks about the personal experiences she had to face just because she was the only woman in the room. Anna then takes over and talks about he…
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Welcome back to another episode of the Humanitarian Horizons! Today’s guest for the Women’s Day episode is the extremely talented and driven Andrea Mock. Both talented women sit down to talk about the issues faced by women to this day when it comes to gender inequality. Andrea talks about how South Carolina became the only state in the country with…
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