Featuring expert humanitarian practitioners from around the world, this podcast explores contemporary challenges to the application of humanitarian assistance. It is produced by The Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action. For more podcasts, as well as videos, resources, and e-learning activities, visit the atha.se
By Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action (ATHA)
Nova Scotia Legislative Assembly - 2nd Session, 61st General Assembly - Question PeriodJoin Now to Follow
Question Period occurs on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday and provides the opportunity for Nova Scotia MLAs to question ministers about happenings or responsibilities in their current portfolios.
By Legislative Television
This podcast includes discussion involving some of the most knowledgable techies and users this side of the Pond! So, if you want a a technology query or question answered then please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and include 'Tech Query' in the subject header.
The PlanIt Podcast is the new part of the 2017 PlanIt Training Program on Comprehensive Plan Updates. This series will feature monthly episodes on a variety of topics that are not required elements of a comprehensive plan through conversations with planning experts and professionals outside of the Metropolitan Council.
By Metropolitan Council
No longer producing new episodes, Wish We Were Here was a monthly documentary series from 91.5 KRCC in Colorado Springs, CO that featured stories and investigations that complicate the city's reputation as one of America's most conservative cities.
By Jake Brownell
Craig Turner is a nationally recognized political consultant who has managed campaigns for two decades. On the show, Craig interviews politicians and political experts to share how they get elected, stay elected, and make a difference… and you can too. For a free copy of Craig’s new candidate’s guide, “How to Avoid the 7 Biggest Mistakes That Can Keep You From Getting Funded, Getting Votes... And Getting Elected”…..go to http://www.TheCampaignCoach.com
By Craig Turner | The Campaign Coach | Political Consultant
In the spring of 1991, a young woman named Carey Mae Parker went missing from the Lake Tawakoni area of northeast Texas. Her disappearance devastated a family and still hasn’t been solved. But there’s something unusual about Carey’s case. After years without answers, family members made a shocking discovery: Police had never investigated. For nearly 20 years, no search was conducted, and no one was questioned. And Carey isn’t the only one missing.
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By Lozano Smith
The FABA Monthly Podcast is a monthly broadcast of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis (FABA) and is hosted by Dr. Matthew Normand of the Florida Institute of Technology. Each podcast episode contains information pertaining to behavioral science in general and behavior analysis in particular, includings news, information about upcoming events, and featured interviews. Visit http://www.theskinnerbox.com/Podcasts/FABA
By Dr. Matthew Normand