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Long-form, personal conversations with international development and humanitarian aid practitioners, thinkers, activists, academics and more. Conversations center on lived experiences and reflections on ethical issues, power dynamics, systemic challenges and lessons learnt. Common themes: redistributing power, working with diverse stakeholders, negotiating partnerships, measuring impact, learning from mistakes, doing no harm, building trust, ensuring accountability, rejecting saviour complex ...
 
The creation of quality jobs in a challenging economy requires rethinking existing strategies. The Federal Reserve and the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) have partnered to offer free podcast interviews with economic development practitioners and academics. Podcasts cover innovative postrecessionary economic development strategies, emerging trends in job creation and workforce development, small business trends, and health care issues.
 
A podcast series featuring conversations with some of the innovators, trailblazers, and leaders in the insurance and risk management industry. We'll get their insights and perspectives on some of the trends, issues, and developments shaping risk management and commercial insurance.
 
The American Association of School Administrators. Radio interviews by school administrators for school administrators. Dan Domenech, AASA's executive director, hosts the program, which focuses on topics of importance to school system leaders. Each brief segment of AASA Radio will help keep you abreast of the latest developments in the field.
 
Welcome to this new podcast which focuses on helping parents and adults survive and thrive with challenging children.My name is Dr. Pat McGuire. I am a developmental & behavioral pediatrician who, over the last 30+ years has worked with more than 3000 children and their families, in order to create positive, healthy families. Our society is realizing that raising children to be healthy, happy, and productive adults is more challenging than originally thought. We are seeing the effects of tox ...
 
The Cornell Real Estate Review is a student-run publication associated with the Baker Program in Real Estate at Cornell University. This podcast is focused on providing listeners with insight into the real estate industry by way of informative interviews and discussions with industry leaders. Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of real estate, The Review covers a broad range of topics including design, business economics, engineering, finance, law, planning, development, marketing, and p ...
 
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Join us for a discussion with the new executive director of the National Association of Secondary School Principals about a model for reflecting, learning, and preparing for the challenges school leaders see ahead. Follow on Twitter: @NASSP, @RonnNozoe @aesanetwork @AASAHQ @AASADan @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70bd Ronn Nozoe is a lifelong educator a…
 
Join us for an insightful discussion on the state of the Hispanic school administrator pipeline and what sort of supports, are needed to expand and accelerate the numbers. Follow on Twitter: @SuptDuran @aesanetwork @AASAHQ @AASADan @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70bd Dr. Francisco Durán is the Superintendent of the Arlington public schools in Arlington…
 
June was the Pride month, everyone! And this special episode has been curated to celebrate the LGBQIA+ community! Not just for a month, but everyday! Architecture impacts life. How has it impacted the lives of the LGBTQIA+ community? What is making the mark and what needs to change in order to enhance the inclusivity that they so rightly deserve? L…
 
These are challenging times for school administrators as we deal with the uncertain road ahead. In this episode, we talk with an education industry attorney about emerging legal issues that school superintendents will need to understand and navigate effectively to succeed in the new normal. Follow on Twitter: @HoganLovells @AASAHQ @AASADan @bamradi…
 
5 long tedious years of the B.Arch degree may seem tough..and yes! They truly are. Sometimes, after these exhausting years, many of us don't even feel like pursuing architecture, right? And you may feel like 5 years worth of efforts have gone to waste. But it’s not like that at all! Today, we are bringing you options that you can look out for after…
 
Architecture does seem like a novelty profession. Architecture students grow up looking up certain buildings and famous architects. But even the most iconic buildings and most intelligent architects have had their share of challenges and faced many controversies. Have you ever wondered why certain buildings have so many stories and negative connota…
 
Daniel Kobei is the Founder and Executive Director of the Ogiek Peoples' Development Program, a Kenyan NGO working to secure human and land rights for the Indigenous Ogiek community as well as other Indigenous peoples across Kenya and Africa. Daniel represents Indigenous peoples under the umbrella of the International Indigenous Forum for Biodivers…
 
Architecture Thesis is a major milestone in an architecture student's life. But a major dilemma faced by most students is the Topic Selection. How should one select a topic? What are the things to be kept in mind? If you have similar questions, tune into this episode so you can make the right choice; because only a strong foundation leads to great …
 
Dr. Sabina Faiz Rashid is the Dean of the BRAC James P. Grant School of Public Health at BRAC University in Bangladesh. Dr. Rashid specializes in ethnographic and qualitative research with a focus on urban slum communities and marginalized groups. She's particularly interested in examining the impact of structural and intersectional factors on the …
 
Are you contemplating going for Masters or Ph.D. in Architecture? In this episode, we interview Architect Soumya Dasgupta, a former SPA Alumni & a Ph.D. student from University of Illinois to know about his own experience and get the answers to the most frequently asked questions about higher education in India & abroad. Share your views about the …
 
Giorgos Kallis is an ecological economist, political ecologist, and Professor at the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology in the Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies. His research is motivated by a quest to cross conceptual divides between the social and the natural domains, with particular focus on the political-econo…
 
Art, Architecture, Design, Books & Movies - Name it & you'll find it all in this podcast! Rethinking The Future is a renowned online platform with a mission to bring the best of Architecture and design to the rest of the World. Tune into our highly informative yet fun filled bite sized podcasts to learn about a variety of topics every week! Expect …
 
We sat down (virtually) with Jesse Prince, CEO and Peter Romano, VP of Operations of HappyNest. HappyNest putting real estate into the hands of real people by making it simpler than ever to invest in commercial properties. The more you invest over time, the more your nest egg grows.Cornell Real Estate Review
 
Mahrukh 'Maya' Hasan is as a designer, researcher and strategic advisor who helps social impact organizations build joyful, equitable and innovative teams. She's the Founder and Director of Azura Labs, a social design and research studio that builds the capacity of international NGOs and UN agencies serving communities in Sub Saharan Africa and Sou…
 
Andrea Cornwall is currently Pro Director of Research and Enterprise and Professor of Global Development and Anthropology at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. She is a political anthropologist and her research focuses on power, inclusion and rights. Some of her work has focused on reproductive and sexual health…
 
Shanthini Naidoo is a South African writer and former Sunday Times journalist. She is the author of the book which in South Africa is entitled: "Women in Solitary: Inside the Female Resistance to Apartheid" and in North America is entitled: "Women Surviving Apartheid Prisons". The book uses rich interview material to share the stories of four anti …
 
Marvi Rebueno-Trudeau is the Deputy-Executive Director of the Pilipinas Shell Foundation. She initially studied business management and founded a firm which represented foreign companies at the Asian Development Bank. Later she retired to Palawan, an island in the Philippines archipelago. Once there she was moved to come out of retirement in order …
 
Professor Haroon Akram-Lodhi teaches agrarian political economy at Trent University. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Journal of Development Studies, an Associate Editor of Feminist Economics, as well as a member of the Advisory Board for the Woman's Rights program of the Open Society Foundations. He further provides extensive advisory ser…
 
Palwasha Hassan is a women's rights and peace activist who has pioneered many critical initiatives for the promotion of women's rights and civil society in Afghanistan. She has over 20 years of experience working in development and on women's rights and empowerment issues, both in Pakistan and Afghanistan. She is a founding member of several civil …
 
Jessica Oddy is an education in emergencies specialist and a PhD candidate at the University of East London's Centre for Migration, Refugees and Belonging, where she's also a lecturer as part of an Open Learning Initiative Higher Education preparation course for asylum seekers and refugees. Her current research focuses on diverse young people's exp…
 
Uma Mishra-Newberry is a global social justice advocate and women's rights leader. She began her career in the US Army before becoming an educator and community organizer in the nonprofit and development sectors. She's the former Executive Director of Women's March Global and the initiator of and lead facilitator for the Racial Equity Index. We spe…
 
Join us as we discuss managing the complex issues school leaders are facing across the nation. Our guest shares general insights on managing stakeholders with disparate agendas and practical steps taken on issues involving Internet access, social injustice, school nutrition, learning loss, COVID-19, and the reality of budgets. Follow on Twitter: @A…
 
Join us for a candid and insightful discussion with a co-chair and lead superintendent of AASA’s new cohort of superintendents committed to addressing educational inequity. Our guest believes that the pandemic crisis provides an opportunity we must seize to address the inequities that have plagued our schools for generations. Follow on Twitter: @Lu…
 
The pandemic is forcing school leaders to reexamine and rethink virtually every aspect of their school systems. Joining us is one of the superintendents on the AASA COVID Recovery Task Force. He shares what issues are surfacing, what surprises he’s encountered and how his schools are adapting. Follow on Twitter: @AASAHQ @bamradionetwork @AASADan A …
 
Join us for a timely discussion on setting new expectations for principals regarding supervising teaching and learning in a COVID-19 world. What is required in the “new normal” as schools reopen in a completely different environment? Follow on Twitter: @AASAHQ @bamradionetwork @AASADan Nicholas Pelzer is the Senior Program Officer and joined The Wa…
 
On this episode we are joined by Spencer Burton, Co-founder and Head of Real Estate Investments, and Brandon Taubman, Chief Information Office, at Stablewood Properties. Stablewood Properties is a data-infused Real Estate Operator formed by a team of veteran real estate and analytics professionals.Cornell Real Estate Review
 
The Cornell Baker Program's very own Chris Roller and Sam Berry are joined by specials guest Jake Marmulstein, Co-Founder and CEO, of Groundbreaker - an all-in-one suite of tools for small to medium-sized commercial real estate investment firms that raise outside capital.Cornell Real Estate Review
 
In the last episode of our S 3, host Safa shares some reflections and reads out letters from our listeners. We will be back soon with our S 4! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rethinkingdevelopment)Rethinking Development Podcast
 
Dr. Mohamed Ashmawey worked in program management and leadership in the private sector for 20 years, with organizations such as General Motors and the National Bank of Egypt. Later he joined the nonprofit sector as CEO of Islamic Relief USA, where he was credited with transforming the corporate culture of the NGO. He went on to become the CEO of Is…
 
Dr. Deepak Gupta has over 28 years of experience as a program and strategic communication advisor for various UN agencies - including UNFPA, UNODC, UNICEF and WHO. He has designed and managed numerous large strategic communication interventions and advocacy campaigns on various development and health issues. His work on risk communication strategie…
 
Rita Thapa has over 35 years of experience as a feminist educator and a community activist in Nepal and internationally. She is the founder of Tewa, the innovative philanthropic Nepal women's fund, and Nagarik Aawaz, a NGO engaged in conflict transformation and peace-building in Nepal. She's also the former Chair of the Executive Board of the Globa…
 
Noaman Ali is currently Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Lahore University of Management Sciences in Pakistan. His research and teaching concerns the political economy of development. His current research examines rural class struggle, land reforms and sub national state formation in Pakistan, through a case study of the Frontier pea…
 
Wafaa Saeed is currently the Deputy Director in the Operations and Advocacy division, covering Eastern and Southern Africa at UN OCHA, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. She has over 20 years of humanitarian work experience in complex settings. She has worked with WFP, UN OCHA and UNICEF in various roles in Suda…
 
Tanya Wood has more than 20 years of management experience in the humanitarian sector, in both headquarters and countries such as Guyana, Sri Lanka and Haiti. Her career has been focused on leadership roles within international membership organizations, including the IFRC, International Council of Voluntary Agencies, Neglected Tropical Disease NGO …
 
Shuaib Chalklen is the former UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. During his term as UN Special Rapporteur he established the African Disability Forum and served as its first Chairperson. He currently serves as the Regional Coordinator for their Inclusion Works Program. Prior to this he worked in the Office of the Pres…
 
Ousman Umar is a former child migrant who spent four years travelling on foot from Ghana to Libya to Spain. In 2012 he founded an NGO named NASCO Feeding Minds, which aims to create a network of IT centers with computer classrooms in rural Ghana in order to familiarize students with digital tools and facilitate their access to information. He has r…
 
Jessica Alexander is the editor of The New Humanitarian’s Rethinking Humanitarianism series. She is also a humanitarian aid worker with experience working in operations, evaluations, and policy. She has worked in Rwanda, Sudan, Haiti and other countries. Currently she teacher humanitarian affairs at numerous universities and has authored various po…
 
Priscillia Kounkou Hoveyda is a human rights lawyer who has a decade of experience working with UNICEF other UN agencies and NGOs in the US, France, DR Congo, Mauritania, Nigeria and other countries. Her work has focused on strengthening national policies for the most vulnerable populations around the world, including working on child protection is…
 
Dr. Filiberto Penados is a Maya educator and activist scholar whose work focuses on indigenous education and future-making. He has held faculty positions at the University of Belize and Galen University and has been adjunct faculty at University of Toronto, University of Belize and University of Manitoba. He has a long history of involvement in ind…
 
In this episode, host Safa shares some thoughts about the evolution of the podcast, some common topics of past episodes and what to expect from season 3. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rethinkingdevelopment)Rethinking Development Podcast
 
Yukako Sato worked with the World Food Programme (WFP) for 17 years. For the first half of her career, she coordinated food assistance programmes in countries such as Tajikistan, the Darfur region of Sudan and Yemen during the Arab Spring years. In her last assignment, she worked at the WFP headquarters as the Staffing Coordinator for the programme…
 
Kaveh Zahedi is the Deputy Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP). He oversees ESCAP’s economic, social and environmental programmes and the overall implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Prior to this, Kaveh worked at the United Nations Environment Progra…
 
Angela Bruce-Raeburn is currently the Regional Advocacy Director at the Global Health Advocacy Incubator, which supports advocates that work for the prevention of non communicable diseases that impact low and middle income countries. Previously she worked as the Senior Policy Advisor for the humanitarian response of Oxfam in Haiti from 2010 to 2013…
 
Qi Cui has over 18 years of experience as a senior professional in leading global health programs. She has especially worked to develop alliances with multi-sectoral partners to catalyze investment in health for higher impact and to identify and mitigate mission critical risks. She is currently the Senior Fund Portfolio Manager at the Global Fund t…
 
Hannah Ryder is an economist by training, a former diplomat, and has close to 20 years of experience in international development. She is the founder and CEO of Development Reimagined, a pioneering international development consultancy firm and the first Kenyan wholly foreign owned enterprise in Beijing. Development Reimagined has built a niche in …
 
We, as a society, are struggling. We have talked about civil rights since at least the Civil War. We quote the Declaration of Independence with Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, but we put limits on who should be recipients of these rights. We show our biases and bigotry toward others not "like us." Where do biases and bigotry come from?…
 
Magnus Saemundsson is currently the Senior Education Specialist at SIDA, the Swedish governmental agency for development cooperation, based in Cambodia. He initially worked as a secondary school teacher and lecturer in Sweden before transitioning to the Swedish Ministry of Education. He joined SIDA in 2003 and over the years has been serving as a S…
 
Professor Shahbaz Khan is the Director of the UNESCO Regional Science Bureau for Asia and the Pacific and also serves as the UNESCO Representative for Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Timor-Leste. His key leadership and management areas at UNESCO have included science capacity building and policy advice across the region…
 
Devora Kestel is a senior global mental health policy expert with more than twenty-five years of international experience in Europe, the Caribbean and Latin America working on implementing and advising governments on national policies related to mental health systems. In 2000 she joined the WHO as a Mental Health Officer in post-war Kosovo and late…
 
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