Government And Organizations Podcasts
The Fifty One is a nod to the fact that women make up 51% of the U.S. population. In each season of DAME Magazine's The Fifty One, we'll take a national issue and explore its impact on women at the local level, across the country. In season 1, we're tackling food deserts—and the impact on residents in communities where there is no access to fresh food. Together with local reporters and advocates we'll look at what it's like to live in a food desert, why there are still so many, and what's being done to solve the problem.
By DAME Magazine
Le CICR est une institution indépendante et neutre qui fournit protection et assistance aux victimes de conflits armés et d'autres situations de violence. Tous les 15 jours, retrouvez dans ce podcast de nouveaux enregistrements sonores relatifs aux activités de l'institution. Le CICR tient à partager la découverte de quelques événements actuels aussi bien que passés. Grâce à une opération de sauvegarde, il est à nouveau possible d'écouter des documents longtemps oubliés.
A nature writer living in Wellfleet, Robert Finch has written about Cape Cod for more than forty years. He is the author of nine books of essays. A Cape Cod Notebook airs weekly on WCAI, the NPR station for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and the South Coast. In both 2006 and 2013, the series won the New England Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Radio Writing.
The ICC Pulse Podcast is a monthly podcast that offers listeners the inside scoop on the International Code Council and the building safety industry. Episodes of the ICC Pulse Podcast will feature interviews with leading industry experts where we will discuss a wide range of topics including current events and new technologies.
By International Code Council: Non-profit, building codes
The word philanthropy is a derivative of the Greek word Philanthrōpía, meaning love for mankind. It describes the ecosystem of nonprofit workers, organizations, donors, foundations and volunteers who make up the social sector. Field Notes in Philanthropy will host conversations to explore the places where politics, current events and philanthropy intersect and their impact locally and globally. Hosted by Patrick Center, News and Public Affairs Director, WGVU Public Media, PBS & NPR Tory Martin, Director of Communications and Engagement for the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy Matthew Downey, Director of Nonprofit Services for the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy
By Patrick Center
Did you know crime victims in Pennsylvania are not guaranteed the right to tell the courts how the crime has affected them? Victims' rights advocates think that needs to change and they're doing something about it. Making Marsy's Law is a behind the scenes look at the campaign to add victims' rights to Pennsylvania's constitution.
By Marsy's Law for Pennsylvania
Coverage of the Reform of American Public Education Edited by RiShawn Biddle. Each week, RiShawn Biddle comments on education reform, advises on how parents can take power and improve education for their children, details the efforts of school reformers such as Phillip Jackson of the Black Star Project and Teach For America, and analyzes education policy issues. Broadcasts every Sunday. Read more at www.dropoutnation.net.
By RiShawn Biddle