Government And Organizations Podcasts
Homeschool Talks is an informative podcast about all things homeschooling. We feature exciting interviews with homeschoolers from all walks of life as well as leaders and influencers in the homeschool movement. Each episode is packed with practical tips, inspiring stories, and more.
By Home School Legal Defense Association
NASW Social Work Talks seeks to inform, educate and inspire by talking with experts and exploring issues that social work professionals care about. Brought to you by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world.
By National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
<p>Welcome to “Hidden Truth,” a new weekly series which dives deeply into controversial and unresolved issues of our time to discover the truth, irrespective of politics, religion, or agenda. “Las Vegas Shooter” investigates the largest mass shooting in American history. It has been months since terror struck the Vegas strip, yet we still do not know how it was done or why.</p><p>Conspiracy theories abound. The FBI promises a report by October, but we intend to find the answers now through in-depth interviews of those closest to the truth.</p><p>Website: <a href="http://hiddentruthshow.com/las-vegas-shooter/" target="_blank">http://hiddentruthshow.com/las-vegas-shooter/</a></p>
Waterline is a podcast from Israel NewTech, created to communicate the many facets of water – technology, development, and sustainability – to educate and spread awareness about the most important natural resource that we cannot afford to lose. <br> <br> Our episodes set out to explore economic, political, social, behavioral, technological, and environmental aspects and challenges which the topic of water bears.<br>
By Israel NewTech
Go Public tells the Stories of Government Getting It Done. Cities and states across the country face new challenges, growing complexity and old, tired bureaucracies. Go Public is about those places that are changing the status quo. It’s about the people and ideas in government that are helping solve problems and make communities better places to live. In this new podcast from the editors and reporters of Governing, Government Technology, and Converge, we’ll take a look at some of the successes – and the failures – that are remaking the way government works, and re-imagining the way the public sector delivers services to citizens. Includes regular commentary from Stephen Goldsmith, Professor of Government, Harvard Kennedy School, and Mark Funkhouser, Publisher of Governing.
By Governing and Government Technology