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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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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 Conversations

RedR Australia

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Welcome back to another episode of the Humanitarian Horizons, this time Christina sits down with the amazing Dolores Wolfe. The conversation starts by discussing the intricacies of the prison system, pointing out how recently there have been frequent escapes happening. Christina starts with the example of Danelo Cavalcante’s escape. She points out …
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Medical missions are a lifeline to stressed health systems, usually in developing and post colonial states, but they can also be caught up in, and manipulated by, the politics of the powerful. Host Ali Latifi asks Dr. Zaher Sahloul, president and co-founder of MedGlobal, a medical NGO, whether dismissal over medical neutrality is getting worse. Wha…
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The Humanitarian Engineering Research Group at the University of Twente reflects on SDG1 - No Poverty, discussing where we stand right now regarding achievement and the priority to move forward.Humanitarian Engineering Group
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For Hannah Jay, the inspiring power of women and girls has fueled her life’s work. As a gender expert in the humanitarian sector for more than a decade, Hannah has dedicated her career to addressing gender-based violence in humanitarian contexts. She’s worked extensively across Asia and the Pacific, supporting a wide range of organisations includin…
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Megan Culhane Galbraith is a writer, visual artist, and an adoptee. She’s the founder of the Never Hush Workshops for Adoptees. Her debut hybrid memoir-in-essays, The Guild of the Infant Saviour: An Adopted Child’s Memory Book, was published by Mad Creek Books/Ohio State University Press in May 2021. Her work was Notable in Best American Essays 202…
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They say two things in life are certain: death and taxes. But taxes – and how they’re collected – are anything but certain, and certainly not fair. Every year, nearly $500 billion in tax is lost to corporate and individual tax abuse, enough to vaccinate the world against COVID-19 three times over, or provide basic sanitation to 34 million people. A…
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In this episode of “Humanitarian Horizons,” Christina interviews a dear friend and a board member, Daniel Bundrick as they delve into a laughter-filled conversation about the the usage and advantages of CBD. Daniel shares what CBD is and how CBD-infused products should be consumed. At the same time, Christina shares her personal experience with bat…
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In another insightful episode of the “Humanitarian Horizons,” Christina sits down with Dan Sfera, as they discuss the underlying critical issues surrounding the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry. The conversation flows through the discussion about emotional impact of abrupt study closures on participants, emphasizing the need for patient-centr…
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When danger comes, foreign aid workers are often flown out, leaving behind local staff to risk their lives. Othman Moqbel is the CEO for Action for Humanity, an international aid agency trying to provide protection equally to all staff. What’s Unsaid is a bi-weekly podcast by The New Humanitarian where we explore open secrets and uncomfortable conv…
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Join Christina and Mark Lee as they sit down for a thought provoking conversation that circles around humanity, empathy, and dealing with people who are incarcerated. Touching on a sensitive issue with regards to providing opportunities and care to those behind in jails, Mark talks about his heart warming project Hospice. That provides the love and…
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Crises are mounting, and their impacts are overlapping and rippling across the globe. Emergency response has grown more complicated, and more costly. What’s the way forward? Each year, The New Humanitarian publishes our list of trends driving humanitarian needs and shaping crisis response. From military sieges and water scarcity to ‘deterrence’ mig…
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Maisarah Faisal is the Special Assistant to the Executive Director at Sunway Center for Planetary Health, Sunway University in Malaysia. She's a graduate of International Relations with Mandarin from the University of Nottingham, Malaysia. She has experience in research and analysis, new media communications and youth engagement, in both the public…
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Migration policies are making borders tougher to cross and pushing people to risk their lives along ever more dangerous routes. Is there a way to stem the rising number of migrant deaths? Eric Reidy, The New Humanitarian’s migration editor, and host Ali Latifi discuss why we’re likely to continue to see a high number of deaths in 2024 and explore b…
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For as long as the international humanitarian sector has existed, its top jobs have been overwhelmingly occupied by white Western men. And yet, most of the people affected by their decisions come from the global majority. One, rarely exercised, tactic to address this power differential is for Western leaders to step aside or be willing to turn down…
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Welcome back to a new season as Christina interviews Darsan, who has a background in humanitarian-focused efforts, particularly in working with diverse populations, especially trans individuals, and has been conducting research in this field for a few years. The conversation delves into the significance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in clinic…
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What does a humanitarian career look like? How can you kickstart your own journey in this inspiring sector – and how can this evolve over time? In our humanitarian careers podcast series, we’re connecting with humanitarians from around the world to hear personal stories and experiences of working in the sector. In this episode, the HLA's Ka Man Par…
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*This episode was originally published on November 23, 2023. Human rights lawyer and war crimes investigator Yasmin Sooka joins host Ali Latifi in a conversation about using the word “genocide”, and why language matters – in the middle of a crisis, and in the aftermath of mass violence. What’s Unsaid is a bi-weekly podcast by The New Humanitarian, …
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*This episode was originally published on January 11, 2023. Time and again, guests on this season of Rethinking Humanitarianism have called for systemic changes to the humanitarian system and global governance – from alternatives to the UN to revolutionised global climate financing. But how can you imagine something you’ve never seen before, while …
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Over the last twenty two years Sharon Caris the executive director of the Haemophilia Foundation Australia (HFA) was paid millions of dollars to coverup the genocide of Australian Haemophiliacs and to make sure care was denied survivors and their loved ones. Sharon Caris announced her retirement in November, possibly timed by her and the HFA wantin…
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In this episode, we discuss various learning opportunities provided by the HLA and Save the Children, which support capacity strengthening in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. As countries of the MENA region face different types of crises, humanitarian actors on the ground need tailored capacity-strengthening programmes. Listen to thi…
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Refugees International, The New Humanitarian, and Asylum Access hosted an event on the sidelines of the Global Refugee Forum in Geneva for a candid conversation about how to truly include refugees in the policy decisions that shape their lives. SPEAKERS Sana Mustafa, Asylum Access CEO (moderator) Ana Maria Diez, President of Coalición por Venezuela…
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Join us as we explore the visionary Humanitarian Xchange, a groundbreaking event set to redefine global humanitarian sector. The inaugural Humanitarian Xchange is a hybrid conference scheduled to take place in London, UK and online on 20 February 2024. Dominic Courage, the force behind HX24, shares its unique vision, behind-the-scenes insights, and…
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From new conflicts in Gaza and Sudan, to flood disasters in Libya and East Africa, to earthquakes in Morocco, Syria, and Türkiye, humanitarian crises around the world drove more than 350 million people to need help in 2023. While funding to address those needs reached record levels, so too did the funding gap. Only a third of the $57 billion that h…
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Danuta Hinc is a Polish American novelist, short story writer and essayist. She holds an MA in Philology from the University of Gdańsk where she won the Polish National Competition for best dissertation is the Humanities. She received an M.F.A. in Writing and Literature from Bennington College, where she was awarded the Barry Hannah Merit Scholarsh…
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Could talking about aid diversion actually help people who need aid? Ashley Jackson is the co-director of the Center on Armed Groups and a former aid worker. She has researched aid diversion in Afghanistan, Somalia, and elsewhere, and joins host Irwin Loy for a candid conversation. What’s Unsaid is a bi-weekly podcast by The New Humanitarian, where…
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Ala Majid Khayrullhah, a medical student and climate activist, shares what he witnessed in Libya a month after the devastating floods. The New Humanitarian aims to amplify the voices of refugees, asylum seekers, and people affected by conflict and disaster - placing them at the centre of the conversations about the policies and events that shape th…
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In this episode, the Humanitarian Engineering group talked with Dr. Cheryl De Boer, Climate Change Center coordinator at the University of Twente. We talk about how climate change is affecting the most marginalised and underserved communities and the possible cooperation opportunities between the Center and Humanitarian Engineering group.…
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Human rights lawyer and war crimes investigator Yasmin Sooka joins host Ali Latifi in a conversation about using the word “genocide”, and why language matters – in the middle of a crisis, and in the aftermath of mass violence. What’s Unsaid is a bi-weekly podcast by The New Humanitarian, where we explore open secrets and uncomfortable conversations…
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Welcome to the final episode of season one of my podcast, "Humanitarian - The Real Michael Jackson." I'd love to bring you another season and I still have a lot of people I want to speak with to tell their stories of how Michael Jackson helped them in their time of need or contributed to their recovery from illnesses or people that were just first-…
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Even before Israel’s current siege, 80% of Gazans relied on international humanitarian aid for survival, according to the UN. But under international law, it’s the occupying power’s responsibility to provide food, shelter, medicine, and other essential needs. Have aid agencies historically let Israel off the hook by failing to challenge the very th…
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It’s not a glamorous job working with toilets. But having access to clean water, sanitation and good hygiene is lifesaving stuff, and thankfully for us it’s Kathryn Harries’ dream job. A highly experienced water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) engineer and humanitarian leader, Kathryn worked for Sydney Water Corporation for a decade before transitio…
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Palestinian peace activist Nivine Sandouka discusses the difficult way forward for building trust between Israelis and Palestinians. Hosted by Irwin Loy. What’s Unsaid is a bi-weekly podcast by The New Humanitarian, where we explore open secrets and uncomfortable conversations around the world’s conflicts and disasters.…
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In 1998, through the Make-a-wish foundation, Michael Jackson met 5-year-old cancer sufferer Aza Woods at the Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas. Michael cleared his afternoon schedule and spent time with Aza and Aza’s father at the themed attraction "Star Trek: The Experience.” In this episode, Dustin Woods, Aza’s father tells us of the afternoon he got to …
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An anonymous aid worker reflects on their time in Palestine as they watch Israel's bombardment and siege of Gaza and the escalating violence in the West Bank. Today's First Person essay is read out by The New Humanitarian's Elise Campbell-Bates. The New Humanitarian aims to amplify the voices of refugees, asylum seekers, and people affected by conf…
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