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TV4Nyheterna Radio
"Två unga kvinnor döda i misstänkt narkotikaöverdos i Norge"

TV4Nyheterna Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 2:26


Studio Ett
Studio Ett 4 januari

Studio Ett

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 103:00


Riksmarsalken om kungens uttalande i SVT-dokumentär. Blekinge tingsrätt meddelar dom mot man som åtalats för folkrättsbrott. Ryska nederlaget.. Myanmar firar självständighetsdag. Svenska kraftnäts företagsstöd. Kungens kritik mot tronföljden. Unga gängkriminella. Ny lagstiftning tillåter postanställda larma tull och polis.

Studio Ett
Studio Ett 3 januari

Studio Ett

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 103:00


El- och gasräkningsakut? Ben-Gvir besökte Tempelberget. Koloniala arv i Storbritannien. Unga tvivlar på mediers objektivitet. FHM vill ha inreserestriktioner från Kina. Hur ska vi klara av årets fattigaste månad? Kongressen i USA öppnas. Biståndsorganisation har fått lägga ner pga bankers ökade krav. Vår livsstil med processad mat leder till att tarmfloran inte är tillräckligt diversifierad.

Studio Ett
Studio Ett kväll

Studio Ett

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 101:00


Talmansval i USA. Bitcoin entreprenör inför rätta. El- och gasräkningsakut? Ben-Gvir besökte Tempelberget. Koloniala arv i Storbritannien. Unga tvivlar på mediers objektivitet. FHM vill ha inreserestriktioner från Kina. Hur ska vi klara av årets fattigaste månad? Kongressen i USA öppnas. Biståndsorganisation har fått lägga ner pga bankers ökade krav. Vår livsstil med processad mat leder till att tarmfloran inte är tillräckligt diversifierad.

Navigating Narcissism
Narcissism in the Fashion Industry w/ Barrett Pall

Navigating Narcissism

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 69:17


Barrett Pall was young and not sure what he wanted to do with his life; when a friend suggested modeling. Unsure about moving in that trajectory, Barrett hesitated, only to be encouraged by his friends. As a young adult who wanted to help with his family finances, Barrett was told that modeling could help his family out of financial trouble so he pursued it. On top of trying to make money; Barrett was struggling with coming out and learning about his own queerness as he was immersed in the vicious world of modeling. Listen and learn how Barrett was able to pick himself up from an extremely low point in his life and career; and how he's able to rise above the narcissistic world of modeling to where he is today. Host Information:  Instagram: Dr Ramani's IG - @doctorramani Facebook: Dr Ramani's FB - @doctorramani Twitter: Dr Ramani's TW - @DoctorRamani  YouTube: Dr. Ramani's YT - DoctorRamani Guest Information: Instagram: Barrett Pall's IG - @barrettpall  Facebook: Barrett Pall's FB - @barrettpallfan YouTube: Barrett Pall's YT - @BarrettPall  Guest Bio:  Barrett Pall is a Life Coach, Activist, and Digital Creator, who reaches over 2.3 million people across his social platforms. Throughout his humanitarian work he has traveled to all 7 continents, which lead to him being profiled by the UN at the UNGA in 2019. In 2016 Pall hiked 800 miles on the PCT, and since then his mission is to fully lean into helping the world heal. Barrett welcomes you to join his Love Army where together our purpose is to empower, educate, and inspire as many humans as possible. I want to hear from you, too. Have a toxic topic you want me to explore? Email me at askdrramani@redtabletalk.com  I just might answer you questions on air.  This podcast should not be used as a substitute for medical or mental health advice. Individuals are advised to seek independent medical advice, counseling, and/or therapy from a health care professional with respect to any medical condition, mental health issue, or health inquiry, including matters discussed on this podcast. Navigating Narcissism is produced by Red Table Talk Podcasts. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Jada Pinkett-Smith, Fallon Jethroe, Ellen Rakieten, and Dr. Ramani Durvasula. Also, PRODUCER: Matthew Jones, ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Mara De La Rosa. EDITORS AND AUDIO MIXERS: Devin Donaghy and Calvin Bailiff.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Amanpour
The Best of Amanpour 2022: UNGA

Amanpour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 54:54


Today's show features our favourite interviews of the year from the United Nations General Assembly: IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, Chilean President Gabriel Boric, journalist/author Erich Schwartzel, director Amir Nizar Zuabi.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Kulturnytt i P1
Spelkulturförbund får nästan en miljon kronor för att motverka radikalisering av unga inom spelvärlden

Kulturnytt i P1

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 5:00


New York-operan The Metropolitan i ekonomisk knipa och så minns vi popmusikåret 2022. Producent: Måns HirschfeldtProgramledare: Maria Askerfjord Sundeby

Kvartal
Inläst: Andrew Tates toxiska manlighet fyller ett behov hos unga män

Kvartal

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 12:44


Han är världens mest googlade man, anklagad för en rad sexualbrott och misogyna uttalanden. Trots att han portats från sociala medier är han livsguru för en generation unga män. Vi vuxna får nog skylla oss själva att Andrew Tate hittat in i det tomrum där unga killar söker sin manlighet, skriver journalisten Ulrika Nandra. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Studio Ett
Studio Ett onsdag 21 december

Studio Ett

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 103:00


IVO kritiserar sjukhus. Hur bra är substituten för kött? WHO håller sin sista presskonferens för 2022. Unga migranter tillbringar stor del av sin ungdom på flykt. Nu vänder det och blir ljusare. Talibaner förbjuder kvinnor att gå på universitet. Slutrapporten om Trump. Luleå är den bästa platsen att fira jul på. Ingen vet hur många som drabbats av postcovid.

CruxCasts
Heliostar Metals (HSTR) - Big Step Change Could Deliver Rewards

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 19:49


Heliostar Metals Ltd. is a Canadian gold exploration and development company with projects in both Mexico and Alaska. The company's Unga project in Alaska is a high-grade gold project which covers both the Unga and Popof Islands along the Aleutian Island chain of Alaska. 

Axess Podd
Panelen 2022 – Demokrativåg, unga illiberaler och konservatism på modet

Axess Podd

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 27:11


I veckans avsnitt av Panelen samtalar Erik Jersenius, Sanna Rayman och Torbjörn Hållö om världen står inför en ny demokrativåg med anledning av protesterna i Iran och Kina, om svenska gymnasieelever börjat omhulda den illeberala demokratin och hur det kommer sig att alla börjat intressera sig för konservatismen. Programledare: Erik Thyselius.

NachDenkSeiten – Die kritische Website
Bericht der „Internationalen Untersuchungskommission der besetzten palästinensischen Gebiete einschließlich Ost-Jerusalem und Israel“ vom 14. September 2022, UNGA A/77/328

NachDenkSeiten – Die kritische Website

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 15:09


Von Norman Paech – Der Menschenrechtsrat gibt sich wirklich Mühe. Dies ist nun der dritte Bericht, der über die Lage des Völkerrechts und der Menschenrechte in den von Israel besetzten Gebieten Palästinas in diesem Jahr vom Menschenrechtsrat vorgelegt wird. Nach den beiden Berichten der Sonderberichterstatter Michael Lynk (HRC A/HRC/49/87 v. 21. März 2022) und FrancescaWeiterlesen

Daily News Brief by TRT World
November 30, 2022

Daily News Brief by TRT World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 2:38


*) Deadly blast in western Pakistan A bomb blast targeting a police patrol has killed at least three people and wounded more than 20 people in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, according to a police official. The blast targeted a police patrol that wounded 21 people, including 15 police officers, the official said, adding police were on duty to guard a polio vaccination team. Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, also known as Pakistani Taliban, has claimed responsibility for the blast. *) Zelenskyy says Russia 'planning something in the south' Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says that the situation at the front line remains difficult, with Russian forces attempting to advance in the Donbass region and Kharkiv. In a video address, Zelenskyy said despite extremely large losses, the occupiers are still trying to advance on the Donetsk region, gain a foothold in Luhansk region and move into Kharkiv region, They are planning something in the south, he added. Meanwhile, ​​NATO allies have promised more arms for Kiev and equipment to help restore Ukrainian power and heat knocked out by Russian strikes. *) UNGA to discuss Israel-Palestine conflict The UN General Assembly will hold talks on the Israel-Palestine conflict that it's warned is reaching boiling point. On Tuesday, Israeli forces killed five Palestinians in the occupied West Bank. Two brothers in their twenties were killed during an Israeli air raid in Ramallah. The Palestinian Authority called it an 'execution in cold blood'. A third man was shot in the head near the flashpoint city of Hebron, and a fourth was killed by Israeli forces who say he tried to drive over a soldier. *) US militia leader found guilty of Capitol Hill riot In the United States, the founder of the Oath Keepers right-wing militia has been found guilty of plotting to stop Joe Biden taking office. After a two month trial, a jury in Washington has found Stewart Rhodes and another member, Kelly Meggs, guilty of the rare charge of seditious conspiracy for their role in last year's riot at the US Capitol. Three others were acquitted of that charge, but all five have been found guilty of obstruction of an official proceeding. And finally… *) US beat Iran in World Cup Christian Pulisic scored as the United States advanced to the knockout round of the FIFA World Cup with a 1-0 win over Iran in a politically charged rematch of their famous meeting a quarter-century ago. Back in the World Cup after missing the 2018 tournament, the US opened with draws against Wales and England and needed a victory to move on to the round of 16. Iran finished third in the group with three points and has failed to advance in all six of its World Cup appearances.

Palmemordet
357. Sydafrikaspåret del 8 – poliserna och Sydafrika

Palmemordet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 44:39


Det är dags att lämna våra misstänkta mördare eller anstiftare för ett tag, och ta oss mycket närmare i världen, rent geografiskt. För när det ryktas att 10-15 svenska poliser rest till Sydafrika via ett internationellt polissamarbete mitt under brinnande apartheid bestämmer sig polisledningen för att starta en utredning. Men vad visste de egentligen om resan innan den ägde rum... ? Och vad säger de utpekade poliserna själva? Det hör ni i veckans avsnitt av Palmemordet!Av och med Tobias Henricsson/PRS Media.OBS: I senare delen av avsnittet citeras en tidningsartikel fel. Jag säger "de UNGA flickorna", men i artikeln står "de UNDERBARA flickorna" varpå jag gör ett resonemang om det här uttalandet. Jag beklagar felcitatet.Fram till årsskiftet 2022/2023 utkommer Palmemordet med nya avsnitt varannan vecka, på grund av omständigheter utanför vår kontroll. De övriga veckorna plockar vi fram äldre avsnitt som förtjänar att höras igen. Inga pengar dras på Patreon för de repriserade avsnitten.Sponsra Palmemordet på Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/palmemordetSponsra Palmemordet via Swish: 070-7715864 (märk insättningen "Palmemordet")Kontakta Palmemordet: zimwaypodcast@gmail.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

#WeNeedToTalk
#WeNeedToTalk- Barrett Pall

#WeNeedToTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 34:53


On this Episode of #WeNeedToTalk Malynda chats with Activist and Digital Creator Barrett Pall. They share a beautiful conversation about advocacy, activism, antisemtisim and more. Barrett Pall is a Life Coach, Activist, and Digital Creator, who reaches over 2 million people across his social platforms. Throughout his humanitarian work he has traveled to all 7 continents, which lead to him being profiled by the UN at the UNGA in 2019. In 2016 Pall hiked 800 miles on the PCT, and since then his mission is to fully lean into helping the world heal. Barrett welcomes you to join his Love Army where together our purpose is to empower, educate, and inspire as many humans as possible. Follow Malynda on Instagram and Twitter- @malyndahale Tik Tok- @malyndahaleofficial Join her mailing list- www.malyndahale.com Additional links and support for #WeNeedToTalk- linktr.ee/weneedtotalkthepodcast  

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी
India report: India reacts after Pakistan raises Kashmir issue at UNGA

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 7:01


Listen to the latest SBS Hindi news from India. 18/11/2022

Behind the Mic with Greg Wrubell
RB Coach Harvey Unga, Media Availability on Nov. 16

Behind the Mic with Greg Wrubell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 3:34


RB Coach Harvey Unga, Media Availability on Nov. 16

Al Jazeera - Your World
Biden meets China's Xi, UNGA calls for Russia to pay Ukraine reparations

Al Jazeera - Your World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 2:17


Drama för unga
6 av 6. Elvis och Sam

Drama för unga

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 15:50


Elvis hänger hos Sam och Mr Bell så mycket som möjligt och lyssnar på Mr Bells skivor med en massa svarta artister, som han aldrig hört tidigare! Men ett biobesök tillsammans med både James och Sam riskerar att äventyra och förstöra Elvis dröm om att få sjunga hos Mississippi Slim.Om Elvis och SamElvis Presley är tio år och bor i Tupelo Mississippi i mitten av 1940-talet. Hans familj är fattig och flyttar ofta. Samhället är segregerat. Svarta och vita får inte gå i samma kyrka och svart musik spelas inte på radion. En dag går Elvis förbi en svart kyrka. Han hör gospel för första gången och sugs in i rytmen. Efter det blir sig inget mera likt. Berättelsen om Elvis och Sam är en nyskriven serie som bygger på Mårten Melins bok: Mammas lilla prins och handlar om den ikoniska artisten Elvis Presleys uppväxt i det fattiga Mississippi. Det handlar om utanförskap, kärlek, längtan, om att trotsa normer och regler och om en annorlunda vänskap.Lyssna på Elvis och Sam i Barnradion, söndagar kl 10.45 i P4 eller när du vill i appen Sveriges radio Play. Serien är tänkt för ca 9-13 år och uppåt.Till den här serien finns det en lärarhandledning på sverigesradio.se.I rollernaElvis: Oliver Sjöstedt Grove Sam: Anelka Johansson Oblitey James: Amaru García Wallgren Eloise: Ada Strandberg Mississippi Slim: William Spetz Mamma Gladys: Anna Lundström Pappa Vernon: Ludvig Stynsberg Mr Bell: Richard Ssewuragi Mr Spain: André GatuProduktionRegi: Mikael Bundsen Dramatisering: Jenny Bergman och Janne Vierth Musik: Andreas Söderström Teknik- och ljuddesign: Rolf Hilton, Henrik Henriksson och Melekeh Meyer Producent: Anneli Abrahamsson Dramaturger: Frida Derwinger och Magnus Berg Produktionsassistent: Camilla Van Der Meer Söderberg

Drama för unga
5 av 6. Elvis och Sam

Drama för unga

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 14:40


Elvis har flyttat igen. Men den här gången blev det en bra flytt, till området The Hill och plötsligt bor han granne med Sam! Pojken från affären och kyrkogården. Plötsligt har han fått en bästa vän! Om Elvis och SamElvis Presley är tio år och bor i Tupelo Mississippi i mitten av 1940-talet. Hans familj är fattig och flyttar ofta. Samhället är segregerat. Svarta och vita får inte gå i samma kyrka och svart musik spelas inte på radion. En dag går Elvis förbi en svart kyrka. Han hör gospel för första gången och sugs in i rytmen. Efter det blir sig inget mera likt. Berättelsen om Elvis och Sam är en nyskriven serie som bygger på Mårten Melins bok: Mammas lilla prins och handlar om den ikoniska artisten Elvis Presleys uppväxt i det fattiga Mississippi. Det handlar om utanförskap, kärlek, längtan, om att trotsa normer och regler och om en annorlunda vänskap.Lyssna på Elvis och Sam i Barnradion, söndagar kl 10.45 i P4 eller när du vill i appen Sveriges radio Play. Serien är tänkt för ca 9-13 år och uppåt.Till den här serien finns det en lärarhandledning på sverigesradio.se.I rollernaElvis: Oliver Sjöstedt Grove Sam: Anelka Johansson Oblitey James: Amaru García Wallgren Vuxne Elvis: Alexander Grove Eloise: Ada Strandberg Biografvaktmästaren: Henrik Henriksson Mr Bell: Richard SsewuragiProduktionRegi: Mikael Bundsen Dramatisering: Jenny Bergman och Janne Vierth Musik: Andreas Söderström Teknik- och ljuddesign: Rolf Hilton, Henrik Henriksson och Melekeh Meyer Producent: Anneli Abrahamsson Dramaturger: Frida Derwinger och Magnus Berg Produktionsassistent: Camilla Van Der Meer Söderberg

Lillelördag
Fritt fall

Lillelördag

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 41:41


Det går fort i hockey som man brukar säga. Pudelns päls hade knappt hunnit torka efter Katrins Zytomierskas 40-årskalas innan nästa influencer hamnade i stormens sumpmarker. Är Margaux Dietz verkligen ett barn av sin tid eller är det inte så att överklassen och de kända alltid har haft en skev verklighetsuppfattning - bara för att dom kan. Unga killar säljer sina gamla flickvänners nakensnapz i privata klubbar på internet och förstår inte varför det skulle vara så känsligt att hänga ut en 15-åring som ”orre”. Ingen vill ta ansvar, ingen vill bli vuxen men alla vill ha cash. Även annonsörerna men inte i motvind, då åker även guldkalvarna ut med soporna. Men om ingenting är heligt och kundens moraliska ansvar är lika med noll då kanske det är dags att rensa upp bland all skit som så snabbt rinner undan i mammons kloaker. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Drama för unga
4 av 6. Elvis och Sam

Drama för unga

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 13:35


Elvis deltog i den stora talangjakten på marknaden och kom TVÅA! Inte nog med det han fick träffa sin stora idol Mississippi Slim, som bjöd in honom till radioshow! Lyckan är fullständig. Eller? Vill du höra fortsättningen om Elvis och Sam? Del 5 och 6 släpps söndag 13 november.Om Elvis och SamElvis Presley är tio år och bor i Tupelo Mississippi i mitten av 1940-talet. Hans familj är fattig och flyttar ofta. Samhället är segregerat. Svarta och vita får inte gå i samma kyrka och svart musik spelas inte på radion. En dag går Elvis förbi en svart kyrka. Han hör gospel för första gången och sugs in i rytmen. Efter det blir sig inget mera likt. Berättelsen om Elvis och Sam är en nyskriven serie som bygger på Mårten Melins bok: Mammas lilla prins och handlar om den ikoniska artisten Elvis Presleys uppväxt i det fattiga Mississippi. Det handlar om utanförskap, kärlek, längtan, om att trotsa normer och regler och om en annorlunda vänskap.Lyssna på Elvis och Sam i Barnradion, söndagar kl 10.45 i P4 eller när du vill i appen Sveriges radio Play. Serien är tänkt för ca 9-13 år och uppåt.Till den här serien finns det en lärarhandledning på sverigesradio.se.I rollernaElvis: Oliver Sjöstedt Grove Sam: Anelka Johansson Oblitey James: Amaru García Wallgren Vuxne Elvis: Alexander Grove Mamma Gladys: Anna Lundström Pappa Vernon: Ludvig Stynsberg Mr Bell: Richard Ssewuragi Kördam: Tochi Chidi Gospelkören: School of gospel under ledning av Malin Abrahamsson Musiker: Per Strandberg och Ola JanssonProduktionRegi: Mikael Bundsen Dramatisering: Jenny Bergman och Janne Vierth Musik: Andreas Söderström Teknik- och ljuddesign: Rolf Hilton, Henrik Henriksson och Melekeh Meyer Producent: Anneli Abrahamsson Dramaturger: Frida Derwinger och Magnus Berg Produktionsassistent: Camilla Van Der Meer Söderberg

Drama för unga
3 av 6. Elvis och Sam

Drama för unga

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 14:22


Elvis och hans familj har det knapert och föräldrarna kämpar med ekonomin. Dessutom har hemligheten om Elvis pappa kommit ut. Vill du höra fortsättningen om Elvis och Sam? Del 5 och 6 släpps söndag 13 november.Om Elvis och SamElvis Presley är tio år och bor i Tupelo Mississippi i mitten av 1940-talet. Hans familj är fattig och flyttar ofta. Samhället är segregerat. Svarta och vita får inte gå i samma kyrka och svart musik spelas inte på radion. En dag går Elvis förbi en svart kyrka. Han hör gospel för första gången och sugs in i rytmen. Efter det blir sig inget mera likt. Berättelsen om Elvis och Sam är en nyskriven serie som bygger på Mårten Melins bok: Mammas lilla prins och handlar om den ikoniska artisten Elvis Presleys uppväxt i det fattiga Mississippi. Det handlar om utanförskap, kärlek, längtan, om att trotsa normer och regler och om en annorlunda vänskap.Lyssna på Elvis och Sam i Barnradion, söndagar kl 10.45 i P4 eller när du vill i appen Sveriges radio Play. Serien är tänkt för ca 9-13 år och uppåt.Till den här serien finns det en lärarhandledning på sverigesradio.se.I rollernaElvis: Oliver Sjöstedt Grove Sam: Anelka Johansson Oblitey James: Amaru García Wallgren Anna-Belle Swift: Olga Bjarnegård Mississippi Slim: William Spetz Vuxne Elvis: Alexander Grove Mamma Gladys: Anna Lundström Pappa Vernon: Ludvig Stynsberg Tältutopare/utkastare: Eskil Lundgren Tältkonferencier: Erik StåhlbergProduktionRegi: Mikael Bundsen Dramatisering: Jenny Bergman och Janne Vierth Musik: Andreas Söderström Teknik- och ljuddesign: Rolf Hilton, Henrik Henriksson och Melekeh Meyer Producent: Anneli Abrahamsson Dramaturger: Frida Derwinger och Magnus Berg Produktionsassistent: Camilla Van Der Meer Söderberg

Söndagsintervjun
Evin Cetin – unga killar väntar på sin död

Söndagsintervjun

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 52:19


När våld och död blev för mycket valde Evin Cetin att lämna advokatyrket. Nu möter hon de gängkriminella på nytt. Som målsägandebiträde träffade hon sällan offren, för de sänktes ner i jorden. Evin Cetin fick istället kliva in genom dörren hemma hos familjer som nyss förlorat sin son eller bror.Att brottas med sorg och ovisshet blev till slut för mycket. Evin Cetin valde att lämna advokatyrket men inte de gängkriminella. I boken"Mitt ibland oss" möter hon unga killar som har ett pris på sitt huvud och som väntar på sin död.Politiska karriären pausad av dansHon växte upp som pizzabagarens dotter och utbildning blev vägen till frihet. Samtidigt som hon pluggade juridik gjorde Evin Cetin politisk karriär. Den sattes på paus efter den uppmärksammade dansen med kurdisk gerillaorganisation Pjak.Evin Citen berättar om att möta alla människor med respekt, om att fler borde öppna dörrar och om hennes engagemang och strävan efter att göra skillnad.Programledare: Martin Wicklin.Producent: Ulrika Stenström.Kontakt: sondagsintervjun@sr.se

Drama för unga
1 av 6. Elvis och Sam

Drama för unga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 14:09


Elvis Presley är tio år och har precis flyttat. Igen. Nu ska han börja på en ny skola och det dröjer inte länge förrän mobbarna får vittring på honom. Vill du höra fortsättningen om Elvis och Sam? Del 3 och 4 släpps söndag 6 november. Del 5 och 6 släpps söndag 13 november.Om Elvis och SamElvis Presley är tio år och det är i mitten av 1940-talet. Hans familj är fattig och flyttar ofta. Samhället är segregerat. Svarta och vita får inte gå i samma kyrka och svart musik spelas inte på radion. En dag går Elvis förbi en svart kyrka. Han hör gospel för första gången och sugs in i rytmen. Efter det blir sig inget mera likt. Berättelsen om Elvis och Sam är en nyskriven serie som bygger på Mårten Melins bok: Mammas lilla prins och handlar om den ikoniska artisten Elvis Presleys uppväxt i det fattiga Mississippi. Det handlar om utanförskap, kärlek, längtan, om att trotsa normer och regler och om en annorlunda vänskap.Lyssna på Elvis och Sam i Barnradion, söndagar kl 10.45 i P4 eller när du vill i appen Sveriges radio Play. Serien är tänkt för ca 9-13 år och uppåt.I rollerna: Elvis: Oliver Sjöstedt Grove Sam: Anelka Johansson Oblitey Eloise: Ada Strandberg James: Amaru García Wallgren Mamma Gladys: Anna Lundström Mr Bell: Richard Ssewuragi Konferencier: Teddy Paunkoski Radiopresentatör: André Gatu Tom: Hjalmar Myrberg Jobbiga typer: Hjalmar Henriksson Königsson och Vilgot Henriksson Königsson Mrs Grimes: Josephine Bauer Mr Cole: Erik Ståhlberg Affärsbiträde: Hanna Ullerstam Gospelkören: School of gospel under ledning av Malin Abrahamsson Musiker: Per Strandberg och Ola JanssonProduktionRegi: Mikael Bundsen Dramatisering: Jenny Bergman och Janne Vierth Musik: Andreas Söderström Teknik- och ljuddesign: Rolf Hilton, Henrik Henriksson och Melekeh Meyer Producent: Anneli Abrahamsson Dramaturger: Frida Derwinger och Magnus Berg Produktionsassistent: Camilla Van Der Meer Söderberg

Drama för unga
2 av 6. Elvis och Sam

Drama för unga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 14:28


Elvis Presley är tio år. Han har precis flyttat och börjat i en ny skola. Första skoldagen blev speciell. På väg dit hörde han gospel för första gången i sitt liv. Dessutom blev han förälskad i Eloise, försökte undvika sina nya mobbare och mötte en speciell pojke: Sam. Och så blev han anmäld till den jättestora talangjakten.Vill du höra fortsättningen om Elvis och Sam? Del 3 och 4 släpps söndag 6 november. Del 5 och 6 släpps söndag 13 november.Om Elvis och SamElvis Presley är tio år och det är i mitten av 1940-talet. Hans familj är fattig och flyttar ofta. Samhället är segregerat. Svarta och vita får inte gå i samma kyrka och svart musik spelas inte på radion. En dag går Elvis förbi en svart kyrka. Han hör gospel för första gången och sugs in i rytmen. Efter det blir sig inget mera likt. Berättelsen om Elvis och Sam är en nyskriven serie som bygger på Mårten Melins bok: Mammas lilla prins och handlar om den ikoniska artisten Elvis Presleys uppväxt i det fattiga Mississippi. Det handlar om utanförskap, kärlek, längtan, om att trotsa normer och regler och om en annorlunda vänskap.Lyssna på Elvis och Sam i Barnradion, söndagar kl 10.45 i P4 eller när du vill i appen Sveriges radio Play. Serien är tänkt för ca 9-13 år och uppåt.I rollerna: Elvis: Oliver Sjöstedt Grove Sam: Anelka Johansson Oblitey Eloise: Ada Strandberg James: Amaru García Wallgren Mr Bell: Richard Ssewuragi Mamma Gladys: Anna Lundström Pappa Vernon: Ludvig Stynsberg Vuxne Elvis: Alexander Grove Tom: Hjalmar Myrberg Jobbiga typer: Hjalmar Henriksson Königsson och Vilgot Henriksson Königsson Kyrkogårdsvaktmästare: Erik Ståhlberg Radiopresentatör och Mr Baines: André GatuProduktionRegi: Mikael Bundsen Dramatisering: Jenny Bergman och Janne Vierth Musik: Andreas Söderström Teknik- och ljuddesign: Rolf Hilton, Henrik Henriksson och Melekeh Meyer Producent: Anneli Abrahamsson Dramaturger: Frida Derwinger och Magnus Berg Produktionsassistent: Camilla Van Der Meer Söderberg

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
Oct 12-1: Kevin Spacey trial, American Ugly; Trevor Milton hiaitus & supporters (?); UN Kuwait rep enslaved workers in NYC, SG @AntonioGuterres complicit - #UNGA circus on #Ukraine

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 2:17


VLOG: Kevin Spacey trial, American Ugly; Trevor Milton hiaitus & supporters (?); UN Kuwait rep enslaved workers in NYC, SG @AntonioGuterres complicit - #UNGA circus on #Ukraine

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
Oct 11-1: Kevin Spacey trial resumes, along with death penalty Saipov jury selection - and Trevor Milton? In #EDNY Barrack trial FARA witness out, in #UNGA, #Ukraine vote dispute as Guterre$ Trammo

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 2:16


VLOG: Kevin Spacey trial resumes, along with death penalty Saipov jury selection - and Trevor Milton? In #EDNY Barrack trial FARA witness out, in #UNGA, #Ukraine vote dispute as @AntonioGuterres fronts for Trammo

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
Oct 10-1: At UN, more failure on #Ukraine in #UNGA as SG @AntonioGuterres told UN staff not to call it a war, now working for commodities trader Trammo banning Press that asks thru Melissa Fleming

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 2:18


VLOG: At UN, more failure on #Ukraine in #UNGA as SG @AntonioGuterres told UN staff not to call it a war, now working for commodities trader Trammo banning Press that asks thru "we own the science" @MelissaFleming (Spacey & Milton trials resume tomorrow @SDNYLIVE )

Long Story Short
Colum Lynch peels back the UNGA curtain

Long Story Short

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 26:38


In the final episode of UNGA Decoded, Michael Igoe sits down with Colum Lynch – who recently joined Devex as senior global correspondent, focusing on the UN's health, humanitarian, and development work – to find out what he made of this year's UNGA, how the global gathering has changed since he first started reporting on the UN, and about how his own views about the UN's role in the world inform the way he does his reporting.

The World Next Week
UNGA Vote on Russia's Annexation, Arctic Circle Assembly, International Day of the Girl, and More

The World Next Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 28:47


The UN General Assembly is set to vote on a resolution condemning Russia's illegal annexation of Ukrainian territory; thousands of participants gather in Reykjavik, Iceland, for the Arctic Circle Assembly; and the United Nations marks the tenth anniversary of the International Day of the Girl Child.    Mentioned on the Podcast “Child Marriage,” CFR.org   Ivo H. Daalder and James M. Lindsay, “The West Holds Firm,” Foreign Affairs   Barbara Herz and Gene B. Sperling, What Works in Girls' Education    “U.S. Policy Toward Russia, With Derek H. Chollet,” The President's Inbox   Meighan Stone and Rachel B. Vogelstein, “Investing in Girls' STEM Education in Developing Countries,” CFR.org

Australia in the World
Ep. 103: Nuclear escalation; UNGA meetings; Track 1.5s

Australia in the World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 43:45


Ukraine has made significant battlefield gains in the past month, changing the dynamics of the Russian invasion, leading to a partial Russian troop mobilisation and threats by Vladimir Putin of tactical nuclear weapons use. Allan and Darren talk through these dynamics, in particular Putin's decision-making calculus and what the rest of the world must do to deter nuclear escalation, including the uncomfortable possibility that NATO's interests and  Ukraine's interests could diverge in the future. FM Penny Wong led the Australian delegation to the United National General Assembly Meetings in New York. Allan and Darren begin with the welcoming speech of Secretary General António Guterres, discussing whether the office of the SG and the UN remain relevant in the current fractured geopolitical landscape. Then they turn to Australia's statement to UNGA, delivered by Penny Wong, and how it was similar to, and different from, previous statements in recent years. One notable focus this year was on First Nations Australians. Finally, having recently participated in a “Track 1.5” dialogue, Allan reflects on the purpose and function of this type of diplomacy. We thank Atikah Mekki for audio editing and Rory Stenning for composing our theme music.  Relevant links “Read Putin's national address on a partial military mobilization”, Washington Post, 21 September 2022: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2022/09/21/putin-speech-russia-ukraine-war-mobilization/  Gideon Rachman, “Putin's nuclear threats cannot be ignored”, Financial Times, 26  September 2022: https://www.ft.com/content/25862f8d-d6de-48c7-a892-091e5f909734 Rohan Mukherjee, “China and India weren't critical of Putin's war. Did that change?”,  Washington Post, 26 September 2022:  https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/09/26/putin-ukraine-china-india-xi-modi/ António Guterres, Secretary-General's address to the General Assembly, 20 September 2022: https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/sg/speeches/2022-09-20/secretary-generals-address-the-general-assembly Mark Beeson, “Guterres whistles in the wind”, Lowy Interpreter, 21 September 2022:  https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/guterres-whistles-wind Penny Wong, National Statement to the UN General Assembly, New York, 23 September 2022: https://www.foreignminister.gov.au/minister/penny-wong/statements/national-statement-un-general-assembly-new-york  Julie Bishop, Australia's National Statement - United Nations General Assembly, 22 September 2017: https://www.foreignminister.gov.au/minister/julie-bishop/speech/australias-national-statement-united-nations-general-assembly  Marise Payne, National Statement - United Nations General Assembly, 28 September 2018: https://www.foreignminister.gov.au/minister/marise-payne/speech/national-statement-united-nations-general-assembly Quarterly Essay, “Uncivil wars”, QE 87, September 2022:  https://www.quarterlyessay.com.au/essay/2022/09/uncivil-wars “On The Air with Gerry Anderson: Hypno Hen” (youtube):  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TOR895yhIw 

The Takeaway
Unpacking Colombian President Gustavo Petro's UNGA Speech

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 8:11


U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken met with Colombian President Gustavo Petro in Bogota Monday. On the agenda were policies key to the future of U.S.-Colombian relations. Colombia's first leftist president supports ending forced eradication of coca plants and backs legislation which could lead to decriminalizing cocaine. He re-established diplomatic relations with Venezuela and re-opened the  border, and questioned the value of Latin American intervention in Russia's war on Ukraine. For more on all this, we speak with Camila Hernandez, Associate Director of the Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center at the Atlantic Council.

The Lawfare Podcast
What Happened at the UN General Assembly Session, with Richard Gowan

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 46:42


This week marked the end of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly, an annual event that brings world leaders together in New York and often serves as both a forum for and a barometer of international politics. This year's session was particularly notable, both because it was the first in-person session since the onset of the global coronavirus pandemic and because it was the first session since what many see as the greatest crisis in the United Nations history: Russia's invasion of Ukraine. To learn more about what went down at the UNGA, Lawfare senior editor Scott R. Anderson sat down with Richard Gowan, the UN director for the International Crisis Group. They discussed how the Ukraine conflict shaped events at the session, how major powers like China and the United States responded, and what it might all mean for the future of both the conflict in Ukraine and the United Nations itself. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Greek Current
UNGA: From Erdogan's stroll in Central Park to Mitsotakis' key address

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 12:55


Today we're looking back at a hectic week in New York, where world leaders gathered for the 77th UN General Assembly. This UNGA kicked off with Turkish President Erdogan's attempt to rebrand himself before a Western audience while taking a stroll in Central Park, but instead saw him fail to secure a meeting with President Biden, while in his speech before world leaders he repeated the same threats against Greece that have unfortunately become common from Ankara's leadership. At the same time, Prime Minister Mitsotakis' trip to New York struck a different tone, and aside from his address to the UNGA he also made a number of key appearances and held crucial meetings with world leaders and organizations. Petros Kasfikis, the Washington DC correspondent for the Athens News Agency and Greece's Mega TV who covered the UNGA in New York, joins Thanos Davelis with the latest analysis. 

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Tuesday September 27, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 59:30


Today on Sojourner Truth, the yearly UN General Assembly Meetings were held at the UN headquarters in NYC from September 21-23, 2022. It is a time when heads of state or their representatives address the world. The occasion is used to promote, chastise, make proposals on vital issues facing their respective nation and the world. Quite often there is a disparity in focus and priorities when one contrasts the speeches from governments of the Global North to most of those from governments of the Global South. The Global North speeches tend to justify their form of government and their economic and social policies, while the Global South speeches often tend to point to the disparity in wealth and resources and the fact that it is the Global North that causes more of man-made climate change, the environmental crisis, and it is countries of the Global South that bears the brunt of climate. RE the term Global South, on the movement front, Fridays for Future, the movement founded by environmental justice campaigner and Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg, is popularizing the term MAPA which stands for: Most Affected People and Areas, they define MAPA as those communities that suffer the most from the effects of Climate Change. For todays show, we have selected two speeches from heads of state given at the 2022 UNGA to share with you. One is the speech given by Barbados PM Mia Mottley who gave a pragmatic speech calling out the Bretton Woods Institution, for changing the makeup of the UN security council and the veto power on the council, challenging the IMF and those who prioritize war over ending poverty, to highlighting the plight of Haiti. It is clearly the voice of a head of state of a small island emerging economy. Her comments range from ending the embargo on Cuba to ending poverty, to the reality of the impact of climate change to the challenges of small islands having still to rely on natural gas, to ending poverty and the imperialistic order. The other speech is from the newly elected President of Columbia Gustavo Petro who makes a strong case for ending the war on drugs which he says has killed a million Latin Americans and is poisoning the forests in his country by spraying pesticides aimed at killing the cocoa plant but does much more damage. He describes a war on the cocoa plant which was sacred to the Aztecs and the imprisonment of those who have few options to make a living other than growing the plant. He poses the question what is more dangerous he cocoa plant or oil and war and addition to greed? He said world powers are becoming irrational. It is important to move beyond our usual bubble and listen to other voices and points of views, so stay tuned as there is much to learn from these leaders of from countries of the Global South.

Africa Daily
What has William Ruto been up to since becoming Kenya's president?

Africa Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 22:44


Within ten days of being sworn in as Kenya's 5th president, William Ruto found himself attending two of the largest global events this year with other heads of state - Queen Elizabeth II's funeral and the UN General Assembly (UNGA) - a gathering of leaders and NGOs and activists alike in the US state of New York. Away from the glitzy streets of New York and the UN, loads await the new president back home. A struggling economy, now made worse with the cost of living crisis, unemployment is still a struggle for many and these are some of the top issues President Ruto and his government have to tackle. Away from the big tasks at hand, there's also that now infamous fallout between him and his former boss Uhuru Kenyatta, who snubbed him and instead supported another candidate during the election. So when Alan Kasujja sat down with him in New York during the UNGA to find out what Kenya's new president, William Samoei Ruto, has been up to in his first couple of weeks in charge, there was plenty to talk about.

Generation Zed Podcast
Unleashing the Kraken: UNGA 77, Earthquake W*rfare, CDN MLTRY Trial, Pandemic Over & Dark Money?

Generation Zed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 44:24


Unleashing the Kraken: UNGA 77, Earthquake W*rfare, CDN MLTRY Trial, Pandemic Over & Dark Money?

The FOX News Rundown
From Washington: The UNGA Sends Message To Russia

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 41:16


During the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, President Biden delivered a speech focusing mainly on Russia's invasion of Ukraine. As the U.N. continues to lend support to the nation, many wonder how long the United States will continue its support as well. Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine under three presidents William Taylor joins to explain the U.N. messaging to Russian President Vladimir Putin, how the war on Ukraine could impact Chinese aggression toward Taiwan, and why it is important to continue to support the war effort in Europe. President Joe Biden had a foreign policy-focused week, joining the U.N. General Assembly in New York to focus heavily on the war on Ukraine, while legislators made their final pushes before the Midterm Elections in the halls of Congress. FOX News White House Correspondent Jacqui Heinrich joins FOX News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram to discuss the key issues both branches of the government are wrestling with on Pennsylvania Avenue as we get closer to November. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

PRI's The World
Climate change takes center stage at UNGA

PRI's The World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 47:07


Many world leaders took to the stage at the UN General Assembly this week to speak about devastating losses their countries have experienced due to climate-fueled natural disasters. Low-emitting countries are calling on historic polluters to help pay for the damage. And polls opened on Friday in the four Russian-occupied regions of Ukraine. People in Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia were told to vote on whether to join Russia. Also, this summer's travel chaos led to cancellations, delayed flights and lost luggage. In Spain, airlines and airports are trying to make the most of it with a chain of nonprofit shops where shoppers can buy what other travelers have lost. Plus, a photography exhibit honors those who risked their lives to save Jews during the Holocaust.

The Brian Lehrer Show
Brian Lehrer Weekend: COVID Brain Fog; UNGA and Climate; Thanking a Stranger

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 71:30


Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. When COVID Gives You 'Brain Fog' (First) | Oxfam America CEO on the UNGA and Climate (Starts at 27:10) | Thanking a Stranger (Starts at 59:20) If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here.

The China in Africa Podcast
African Leaders, China Made It Clear This Week They're Unhappy With the Current International System

The China in Africa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 65:18


African leaders one after another took the podium at the UN General Assembly (UNGA) this week to express their deep frustrations with the international system and how unfairly it treats developing countries. “It is time for a fairer, more inclusive global governance that is more adapted to the realities of our time,” declared AU Chair and Senegalese President Macky Sall.Meantime, China sought to lead that change and made a big push on the sidelines of the UNGA for its new Global Development Initiative (GDI) that Beijing hopes will reorient the current international order more in line with its development priorities.Sanusha Naidu, a senior research fellow at the Institute for Global Dialogue in South Africa, closely followed all of the action this week at the UN and joins Eric & Cobus to share her reactions to both the speeches and the GDI.JOIN THE DISCUSSION:Twitter: @ChinaGSProject| @stadenesque | @eric_olander | @sanushanaiduFacebook: www.facebook.com/ChinaAfricaProjectFOLLOW CAP IN FRENCH AND ARABIC:Français: www.projetafriquechine.com | @AfrikChineعربي: www.akhbaralsin-africia.com | @AkhbarAlSinAfrJOIN US ON PATREON!Become a CAP Patreon member and get all sorts of cool stuff, including our Week in Review report, an invitation to join monthly Zoom calls with Eric & Cobus, and even an awesome new CAP Podcast mug!www.patreon.com/chinaafricaprojectSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters
Live From the UN General Assembly: Global Fund Replenishment | War Crimes in Ukraine | Clean Energy and the Run Up to COP27 (UNGA Day 4)

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 27:28


One of the key events during UN High Level Week in the New York is a major fundraiser for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, hosted by President Biden. This is the topic of our first segment with Francoise Vanni, the Global Fund's Director of External Relations and Communications. Our second segment features an interview with Susan Ruffo, Senior Advisor for Oceans and Climate at the United Nations Foundation who discusses a meeting of foreign ministers and civil society leaders focused on the clean energy transition.  This episode also leads off with a discussion about a unique meeting of the Security Council about war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine.

The Brian Lehrer Show
What's Happening at the UNGA

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 36:34


The world's leaders are in town for the United Nations General Assembly. Nahal Toosi, senior correspondent for foreign affairs and national security for Politico, and Gideon Rose, distinguished fellow in U.S. Foreign Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations, the former editor of Foreign Affairs and author of How Wars End: Why We Always Fight the Last Battle (Simon & Schuster, 2010), recap the major themes so far, which include the war in Ukraine, China's relationship to the US and others and the many looming conflicts happening around the world.

Wear We Are
The Morning Five: September 22, 2022

Wear We Are

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 8:37


If you like this podcast or want to support our work, make sure you subscribe and rate our show on your favorite platform. We love Anchor, our new platform, and you can become a direct supporter of this podcast. Even better, head over to reclaiminghope.substack.com, the companion newsletter to this podcast where we provide written content throughout the week on faith and current events. Because of our re-launch, for a limited time, you can subscribe here with a special offer -- 50% off an annual subscription -- with this link: https://reclaiminghope.substack.com/ThatSoundsFun Join the conversation and follow us on: Instagram: @michaelwear Twitter: @MichaelRWear And check out @tsfnetwork Music by: Amber Glow #WearWeAre #TheMorningFive #MorningFive #politics #faith #UNGA #economics #legislation #Russia #Ukraine #MichaelWear #amazonpodcasts --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wear-we-are/support

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters
Live from the UN General Assembly: President Biden's Speech and Other Key Moments | Pandemic Preparedness and Response (UNGA Day 3)

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 37:11


Today's episode was recorded on Wednesday, September 21 and under normal circumstances the President of the United States, as host of the UN, would have addressed the General Assembly yesterday. But because of the Queen's funeral in London at the start of the week, the United States traded speaking slots with Senegal. Meaning today was the day of President Biden's much anticipated address to the General Assembly.  Shortly after President Biden's speech concluded, we spoke with Richard Gowan, the UN Director of the International Crisis Group and Anjali Diyal professor of International Relations at Fordham University and Senior Scholar in residence at the US Institute of Peace.  We kick off discussing highlights from Biden's address before turning to other key speeches and events driving the diplomatic agenda at UNGA this week. Next, we speak with Kate Dodson, Vice President for Global Health at the United Nations Foundation. She had just come from a key meeting on Pandemic preparedness and response, which we discuss.

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters
Live from the UN General Assembly: Food Security in Focus | The Global Refugee Crisis (UNGA Day 2)

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 27:54


A key focus of events at the United Nations and around New York this week is on food security and food access. On Tuesday, world leaders held a major Food Security Summit to combat soaring food prices and food insecurity around the world. This is the topic of our first segment today, featuring Rob Vos, director for Markets, Trade and Institutions at the International Food Policy Research Institute.   In the second segment, I speak with the Assistant High Commissioner for Operations at the UN Refugee Agency, Raouf Mazou about how refugee issues are being addressed at UNGA this year. 

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters
Live from the UN General Assembly: Key Moments That Will Drive the Diplomatic Agenda During UNGA | What Happened at the Transforming Eduction Summit? (UNGA Day 1)

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 26:39


The annual opening of the United Nations General Assembly is always a key moment on the diplomatic calendar. Hundreds of world leaders head to New York to address the General Assembly and participate in various meetings and events around the city.  Each day this week, we will bring you the key highlights from the 77th United Nations General Assembly. Today's epsode kicks off with an UNGA77 curtain raiser featuring Elizabeth Cousens, President and CEO of the United Nations Foundation. She discusses the key storylines, events, moments and speeches that will drive the diplomatic agendaduring UN Week.  Next we hear from Thaís Queiroz, Youth Representative for the World Organization of the Scout Movement and United Nations Foundation Next Generation Fellow. She participated in the Transforming Eduction Summit convened by UN Secretary-General António Guterres-- a major meeting of heads of state and civil society leaders focused on improving education access and outcomes.  

Outrage and Optimism
167. We Like To Call It Piñata Syndrome

Outrage and Optimism

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 71:44


Welcome back to a brand new season of Outrage + Optimism! We have missed you, friends! This summer break in the Global North was yet another massive climate summer with much to talk about. We kick off this jam-packed episode acknowledging the sad passing of Queen Elizabeth II with personal reflections from the hosts Christiana, Tom and Paul as well as a touching conversation with Henry Dallal, a photographer who was regularly commissioned to capture Queen Elizabeth during the last few decades of her reign. Christiana offers us a unique insight from Gastech, the world's largest gas, LNG, hydrogen, and energy event that saw lone-climate-advocate Christiana deliver a strong speech to 40,000 executives on their role and moral duty to tackle emissions in their industry. A speech that is not to be missed and you can watch the full version here. The hosts turn their attention to the key events of the summer that offered the global community both hope and sorrow as the world watched with keen optimism as the implications of Biden's IRA legislation unfolded, Australia successfully passed a key climate bill through government, and India, Australia and Egypt submitted new NDCs ahead of UNGA and COP 27. With heavy hearts however Christiana, Tom and Paul considered the devastating impact of the Pakistan floods that left a third of the country under water, mass crop failure, many lives lost including children, and vital infrastructure destroyed. The very real impacts of climate change are already hitting so many people in the global south, that issues of loss and damage and financial aid from the global north must surely form part of the discussions between world leaders in this year's big climate events.  We will of course be here throughout the rest of the season with the help of our very special guests, to bring you all the insights and analysis from these big events.  Notes and Resources    Thank you to our phone guest this week, Henry Dallal!   Henry Dallal | Photographer Website | Instagram   Be sure to check out Henry Dallal's Book, ‘Addressing Climate Change'   -   Thank you to our musical guest this week, Gabriela Eva!   Gabriela Eva Instagram | Music | YouTube | Facebook | Twitter | Dot Com   Check out Gabriela's lyric video for ‘Pulling Faces In The Wind' Be sure to spin ‘Feng Shui' this weekend!   -   There's a solar-powered boombox in a park in Queens, NYC that plays LL Cool J's music from noon to 5p every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and yes it's 100% real.   -   Listen to Tom's appearance on our sister-podcast, ‘The Way Out Is In'!   -   We tweet and stuff - @OutrageOptimism Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

The Larry Elder Show
THE DEMOCRAT PARTY IS NOT COMPASSIONATE

The Larry Elder Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 53:03


In this episode Carl breaks down why the Democrat Party is not a compassionate party using the Founders theory on “Calculated Compassion” to make his argument. Other topics include: The EU is bracing themselves for a decade of bad winters after becoming addicted to Russian oil; Germany once laughed at former President Donald Trump at a UNGA meeting when he warned that would be the case; a Kansas public school pays $95K after suspending teacher for refusing to deceive parents, and the latest Reuters pool shows that Joe Biden's' net approval dropped 7 points in just one week.  More: www.Carljacksonshow.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/carljacksonradioTwitter:https://twitter.com/carljacksonshowParler: https://parler.com/carljacksonshowhttp://www.TheCarlJacksonPodcast.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.