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Join us on "Unity in Action," where we explore the remarkable journey of Claudia Romo Edelman, the visionary founder of the We Are All Human Foundation. With a career spanning over 25 years at prestigious organizations like the United Nations, UNICEF, and the World Economic Forum, Claudia has been at the forefront of global campaigns and movements that have shaped the world. In this inspiring series, Claudia shares her personal journey, revealing how her upbringing influenced her career path and the mentors who guided her. Discover what drew her to New York City, and delve into her expertise in brand building and campaign management. Claudia opens up about the inspiration behind the We Are All Human Foundation, the challenges she faced, and the significant successes that have marked its journey. Listen as she outlines her ambitious goals for the next 5-10 years and learn how individuals and organizations can support the Foundation's critical work. Claudia also sheds light on advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion, and addresses the challenges facing the Hispanic community in the United States. Featuring the impactful work of the Hispanic Star platform and the creation of Hispanic Star Hubs nationwide, this podcast is a deep dive into how Claudia's efforts have improved the lives of Hispanic families in the US. Furthermore, Claudia offers invaluable advice to other organizations working in similar fields and shares her wisdom for young, aspiring leaders. Don't miss Claudia's insights on the upcoming 6th Annual Hispanic Leadership Summit at the United Nations in New York City. "Unity in Action" is more than a podcast; it's an invitation to understand and participate in building a world where we are all human, united in diversity and strength.
Thursday on the NewsHour, we speak to the head of UNICEF about the urgent humanitarian needs of the Israel-Hamas war's youngest victims and the risks should fighting resume. The latest UN climate conference opens in Dubai amid global tensions and skepticism that the world will move away from fossil fuels. Plus, the controversial former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger dies at 100. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Hamas freed more Israeli hostages in exchange for Palestinians held by Israel after an 11th-hour deal extended the temporary Gaza ceasefire through Thursday night. The conflict has had the deadliest impact on children with more than 5,300 reportedly killed. Geoff Bennett discussed the brutal impact of this war on its youngest victims with UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Jennifer Garner live with Hoda and Jenna to catch up and discuss her new movie “Family Switch.” Also, actor and singer Sofia Carson joins the show on “Giving Tuesday” to share her advocacy as a UNICEF ambassador. Plus, Hoda and Jenna share some of the latest documentaries that are must-watches. And, TODAY contributor Chassie Post with some personalized holiday gifts for all ages.
Today's show opens with a comment about the kind of nation Israel must be to still try to negotiate with Hamas. I cannot even imagine trying to take them at their word with the hope of getting some of your innocent citizens back. The deal that was struck is far better for Hamas, especially operationally for the ongoing war. That's because Israel is a culture of life and they are willing to take the risk if it means saving some of their own. IDF Jonathan Conricus was on CNN and discussed how the proof of the tunnels under the hospitals shows Hamas has been lying and Israel has been telling the truth. Not only has Hamas committed international war crimes, but also proves they are content using their own people as human shields. While Conricus asks about getting apologies from the WHO, the UN, the UNRWA and ICRC, my response is, don't hold your breath. Those groups are fundamentally anti-Israel, anti-Semitic and anti-liberty. They will never admit they were wrong. Meanwhile, Israeli Ambassador to the UN, Gilad Erdan, asks that august body why they are not interested in crying out for women's rights when it comes to Israeli women and girls? Furthermore, he asks UNICEF why they have shown no interest in how Palestinian children are raised from birth to hate Jews and to want to kill them at whatever cost? TalkTV in the UK just ran a piece showing the “hate speech” being uttered in so many of their mosques. If we changed out their terminology, and replaced Jews with “black and brown people”, there would be a massive uprising asking why the FBI or the DOJ hasn't done anything to shut down the hate speech? But, at the moment, police feel there is no crime here. The Son of a Hamas founder, Mosab Hassan Yousef, addressed a delegation of the United Nations. His message is well worth hearing. It ends with the warning that if Israel fails in crushing Hamas, then the whole of the world will suffer. It seems the people in Ireland have had enough with unchecked illegal immigration. They just had a knife attack outside of a school, where five people, three of which were children, the youngest only five years old, were attacked. In response, people began to riot and set fire to various immigration processing centers. While I do not condone any violence, it represents the pressure cooker nearly all Western nations are trying to ignore with their unchecked immigration policies. The irony of the reaction in Ireland was for their Prime Minister to blame the “far-right” for the reaction to the knife attack. Rather than understand the reason for the anger and to address the root cause, it's easier to blame far-right politics. The annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade was ruined thanks to a bunch of blithering idiots who wanted to show their love for terrorists by gluing themselves to the ground on the parade route. They also defaced a part of the New York Public Library that contained a dedication to Stephan Schwarzman, a Jewish donor to the library. Want to stop this in it's tracks? Arrest them and charge them to the fullest extent possible. Show these radical fascists what happens when they break the law. It's not cute or trendy. New J6 footage shows someone who appears to be wearing an ear-piece, shoving people inside the Capitol. In fact, we have audio of a woman who is trying to resist, telling him to stop shoving her and others inside. There is no doubt in my mind, J6 was a Fed plan to frame Donald Trump and his supporters. I haven't been wrong on any of the supposed “conspiracies” so far and I have no doubt I'm right about this one, too. Carol Roth, who appeared on my show a few weeks ago, addressed Bidenomics recently and detailed just how poorly the Biden regime is handling our economy. However, with the holidays here, she does remind us how important it is to support local businesses. Finally, Pierre Poilievre, the leader of Canada's Conservative Party, schools another reporter regarding the news of the car explosion at the border checkpoint between Canada and the United States. It's another master class on how to deal with people who have an agenda. It starts by not accepting the premise, staying calm and reasoned, and using their own words against them. Brilliant! Take a moment to rate and review the show and then share the episode on social media. You can find me on Facebook, X, Instagram, GETTR and TRUTH Social by searching for The Alan Sanders Show. You can also support the show by visiting my Patreon page!
Our own Sean Moncrieff spent last week with Unicef staff in Somalia, where one year on from the worst drought in over 40 years in the country, the country is now facing a crisis due to severe flooding. While he was over there, he sat down with Christophe Hodder, Climate, Peace and Security Advisor to the UN in Somalia, about how the country has found itself on the front lines of climate change.
*) Hamas to release 50 captives; Israel to free 150 Palestinian women, children The Israeli cabinet has approved a plan that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says will bring a temporary ceasefire with Palestinian resistance fighters in besieged Gaza. Hamas will free 50 Israeli captives over the course of four days, during which there will be a pause in the war, according to the Israeli prime minister's office. Israel, as part of the truce, will release 150 Palestinian women and children languishing in Israeli jails. Qatar and the US have announced that the 4-day ceasefire will begin within the next 24 hours. *) Gaza's worsening sanitation situation signal ‘perfect storm for tragedy': UN Fuel shortages and worsening sanitation in the besieged Gaza are shaping up to be the perfect storm for tragedy through the spread of disease, the United Nations has warned. UNICEF, the UN children's agency, said there was a serious threat of a mass disease outbreak in the occupied Palestinian territory. “Without enough fuel, we will see the collapse of sanitation services. So we have then, on top of the mortars and the bombs, a perfect storm for the spread of disease,” the UN agency said. *) Jordan doesn't rule out war with Israel if Palestinians are expelled en masse Jordan has said the army had beefed up its presence along its borders with Israel. It warned that any Israeli attempt to expel Palestinians across the Jordan River would represent a breach of Jordan's peace accord with its far-right neighbour. Jordanian Prime Minister said his country would resort to “all the means in its power” to prevent Israel from implementing any transfer policy to expel Palestinians en masse from the occupied West Bank. *) Civilian death toll in Ukraine tops grim 10,000 mark: UN body More than 10,000 civilians have been killed in Ukraine since Russia's offensive started in February 2022, with about half of recent deaths occurring far behind the front lines, the UN Human Rights Office said. The UN human rights mission in Ukraine, which has dozens of monitors in the country, said it expects the real toll to be “significantly higher” than the official tally since corroboration work is ongoing. This includes events in the first months after the invasion, such as the battle for control of Mariupol, where residents reported high civilian casualties. *) Sam Altman to return as OpenAI CEO OpenAI has announced its co-founder Sam Altman will return as CEO, days after the board fired him. Altman's departure caused discontent in the tech giant company, and hundreds of OpenAI staff threatened to quit in response to the dismissal. "I am looking forward to returning to OpenAI," Sam Altman said in a post on X. OpenAI on Monday named ex-Twitch boss Emmett Shear as interim CEO, while outgoing chief Sam Altman moved to backer Microsoft.
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Since October, the Gaza Strip has been experiencing one of the largest escalations of violence it has seen in years, with the death toll of civilians killed by Israeli airstrikes surpassing 13,000 as of 22 November. UNICEF have described the conflict as a humanitarian crisis that will cause lifelong psychological trauma for Gaza's children. Senior Lecturer in Comparative and International Education at the University of Auckland, Dr Ritesh Shah, published a report in January in collaboration with the Norwegian Refugee Council, detailing the impacts of the Israeli occupation of Gaza, the West Bank, and East-Jerusalem on the optimism and mental health of Palestinian children, prior to 7 October, with a particular focus on the role of education and the impact of COVID-19 and home-based learning on their wellbeing. Oto spoke to Dr Shah about his research in the occupied Palestinian territories, the state of Palestinian children's mental health, and measures introduced by NGOs and the UN to create safer learning and working environments for Palestinian students and teachers.
Good afternoon, I'm _____ with today's episode of EZ News. Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened down 11-points this morning from Friday's close, at 17,197 on turnover of 4.2-billion N-T. The market moved higher for a fifth consecutive session on Friday to reach the highest level since August 1. The bellwether electronics sector led the broader market higher, but the gains were capped on the back of a lackluster performance on Wall Street on Thursday. Lai Set to Pick Hsiao Bi-khim as VP Candidate In news from and about Taiwan this morning, D-P-P presidential candidate Lai Ching-te is set to announce that Taiwan's top envoy to the United States, Hsiao Bi-khim as his running mate in January's election. According to his campaign office, an official announcement will be made today after Hsiao arrives back in Taiwan. Lai's campaign office says Hsiao will then join Lai in registering (登記) her candidacy at the Central Election Commission tomorrow. Candidates for the presidential election must officially register their candidacies from today through Friday. Medical Unions Rally over Medical Student Numbers Members of the Foundation of Medical Professionals Alliance have been rallying in Taipei, calling for a cap on the number of students being enrolled onto medical programs to avoid future excess of human power. According to the foundation, the Ministry of Health needs to limit the number of medical practitioners (行醫者 ) and not lower the threshold for passing the national nursing examination. The rally was also attended by members of the Taiwan Nursing and Medical Industries Union and Taipei Doctors Union. They issued a joint statement, saying the government needs to changes its focus from staffing issues to tackling an uneven distribution of staff, bad work conditions, and poor working environments. Russian Drones Target Ukrainian City Russian drones targeted the Ukrainian capital Sunday. Russia launched 20 Iranian-made Shahed drones overnight, 15 of which were shot down by Ukrainian forces, according to Kyiv's Military Administration spokesperson. He said the strike on the city was the second in 48 hours, and preliminary reports indicated no casualties or critical damage. Meanwhile…. An orphaned Ukrainian teenager who was taken to Russia last year during the war in his country returned home on his 18th birthday. The head of the Ukrainian president's office confirmed that Bohdan Yermokhin arrived back in Ukraine on Sunday and thanked UNICEF and Qatari negotiators for facilitating the young man's return. Yermokhin's parents died two years ago. According to a Ukrainian lawyer, he lived with a cousin who was his legal guardian (法定監護人) before he was taken from the port city of Mariupol and placed with a foster family near Moscow. The lawyer had stressed that Yermokhin needed to leave Russia before he turned 18 and became eligible for conscription into the army. US ExFirstLady Rosalynn Carter Dies Age 96 Former First Lady of the United States Rosalynn Carter has died aged 96. A close adviser to her husband Jimmy Carter during his term as US president, Rosalynn advocated for better treatment of the mentally ill. She died on Sunday at her home in the state of Georgia after living with dementia (失智症). Sally Patterson has more. That was the I.C.R.T. news, Check in again tomorrow for our simplified version of the news, uploaded every day in the afternoon. Enjoy the rest of your day, I'm _____. －－－－以下訊息由 SoundOn 動態廣告贊助商提供－－－－ 2023・原Way星聲代專屬聽歌會・正式啟動 王宏恩 | 拉卡・巫茂 | RĒD°芮德 | O.S.T 泰雅的後代 | 阿布絲 | 吱吱 郭芝吟 | AZ李孝祖 | 無定義 Boundless ⠀⠀ 8 組原住民新聲代輪番開唱 就在 12 月 8 日！ 為你注入能量・展望2024全新的未來 https://bit.ly/3QCGTLD
The Gaza Strip is now a graveyard for thousands of children. UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, says that more children have now been killed in Gaza than all other conflicts since 2019. Despite the fact that the vast majority of Gaza's population are refugees, they are not included in the United Nations international refugee protection regime. Today we speak with Dr. Maissaa Almustafa, Lecturer at the Department of Political Science at the University of Waterloo. Her research focuses on the forcibly displaced and the politics of marginalization that govern their lives in the Middle East and in diaspora.
David Fields talks to Steve about “Economists for Palestine,” the statement released by the Union for Radical Political Economics (URPE). They emphasize economists' responsibility to take a stand against the genocide being perpetrated against the Palestinians. They look at the connection between Zionism and the global capitalist system, debunking misinformation while highlighting the difference between antisemitism and anti-Zionism.We at Macro N Cheese urge our listeners to circulate the statement. https://urpe.org/2023/11/08/economists-for-palestine/Economists for PalestineWe stand in unwavering solidarity with the Palestinian people. Since October 7th, 2023, over two million people have faced a brutal onslaught by the Israeli military and state. They have been forced to flee with nowhere to go as homes, shelters, evacuation routes, border crossings, hospitals, places of worship and entire neighborhoods have been bombed.We mourn civilian deaths in both Israel and Palestine. Israel's retaliation for the October 7th incursion continues, however, and over 9,000 Palestinians have been killed in the ongoing assault so far. More than 8,000 people have been killed in three weeks in Palestine. The estimated number of children among the casualties is over 3,000 and UNICEF estimates that about 420 children have been killed or wounded daily. Even reporters have been threatened with violence or killed.Since the Nakba 75 years ago, the Palestinian people have endured profound suffering, forced displacement, and a brutal 16-year-long inhumane siege and blockade in Gaza. Human rights organizations have characterized Gaza as ‘the largest open-air prison'.We also condemn the role of the U.S. state in supporting the ongoing siege in Palestine, its support for the horrors inflicted on Gaza, and its refusal to support a humanitarian ceasefire. It is imperative that we do not turn our backs on the devastating impact of this violence on people's lives. The fight for Palestinian liberation and a fair, enduring peace in the region is intricately linked with the liberation and resistance efforts spearheaded by indigenous, colonized, and oppressed communities historically and worldwide.We stand in support of efforts by the Palestinian people to sustain themselves economically through control over their land and their labor. We stand in solidarity with the anti-Zionist Jewish communities that have been raising their voices against the carpet bombing of Gaza, for the liberation of the Palestinian people, and who are working for a just, equitable, and durable peace.We urgently call for:1. An immediate ceasefire2. Immediate restoration of food, fuel, water, and electricity to the Gaza Strip3. Cessation of all settlement activity and disarmament of all settlers4. Immediate delivery of humanitarian aid on the scale required5. Respect towards the Geneva Conventions by all parties concerned6. An end to apartheid and strident moves toward a democratic future for all people regardless of race, religion, gender identity and nationalityIn addition, we strongly uphold the principle of academic freedom, especially in light of the
Las Serpientes Ratoneras se devoran a sí mismas. Tiene que haber una manera más acertada de saciar el hambre del alma. Este Episodio crea un espiral como la criatura a la que le hago honor y como la vida misma. Comienzo por compartir mi mito de origen favorito de las Victorias Amazónicas, para poder invocar el espíritu guerrero y las voces en defensa de los niños. La próxima semana UNICEF nos invita,de nuevo, a recordar y a ser defensores de los derechos de los niños; todos los niños. Luego, estas semillas sagradas nos llevan de regreso a Chiribiquete, y te cuento acerca de un festival que se celebra anualmente en la Amazonía,Yuruparí, en el que se conmemora la renovación permanente de la vida y las interacciones cruciales de los opuestos. Concluyo por compartir una reflexión acerca de mi vulnerabilidad de carácter, y la invitación a transformar nuestras debilidades en actos creativos de afirmación del poder de cada vida y cada voz particular.
De los más de 11.000 muertos por los ataques israelíes en Gaza, la mitad eran niños. Todavía hay más de mil pequeños desaparecidos bajo los escombros en la franja. Aunque la de Gaza no es la única guerra que padecen ni su único problema: hay menores víctimas de explotación sexual, del hambre y la sed al migrar a otro país, y que no pueden ir al colegio porque tienen que trabajar... Niños y niñas son un blanco fácil y para contar sus historias se necesita aún más tacto. El PAÍS en colaboración con UNICEF presenta el domingo 19 de noviembre en Caixaforum de Madrid “Aquí no se juega: historias de niños y niñas”, un proyecto en el que periodistas del periódico van a contar en un auditorio las historias de seis niños y niñas que reflejan situaciones difíciles. En palabras de su organizadora, Mónica Ceberio, “se trata de contar sus historias de una manera cercana, con esos pequeños detalles que se quedan muchas veces fuera de las crónicas”. Créditos Presenta: Ana Fuentes Realiza y dirige: Silvia Cruz Lapeña Edición: Ana Ribera Grabación en estudio: Camilo Iriarte Diseño de sonido: Nicolás Tsabertidis Sintonía: Jorge Magaz
Over 1,000 cases of child marriage continue to be recorded in Malaysia each year. UNICEF's Zoe Gan and Azira Aziz from Pelajar Bukan Pengantin delve into the data gaps, factors at play and where progress can be made.
Today we are learning from Elizabeth Dalling. Elizabeth builds the creative confidence of groups, communities and organisations, so they can change their worlds for the better. Her experience in private sector, international development and education contexts in Africa, the Middle East and Europe includes facilitation of design thinking, serious play and intercultural competence, as well as evaluation research and reporting on learning and life skills initiatives with UNICEF. Let's get started... In this conversation with Elizabeth, I learned: She began her career in primary school teaching to be able to teach across silos. The more emotional, creative type of teaching in primary school, tends to drop away and we go up in our heads. What did she learn during her career break? The struggle with losing the work identity. It is a privilege to be able to choose for a career break. Being able to learn during this break and have space to do her masters. Taking a break can be a challenge to go back, and find the confidence. A great period to test the beginner's mind. It is really interesting to raise humans from the human development point of view. The number of questions we ask goes down from child to adult, we lose our curiosity. Increasing your creative confidence with the combination of head, heart, and hands. Keeping these three in motion. Keep the action going, not to reflect too much. We learn from getting feedback from the world. Keep experimenting. Value practical works as much as knowledge work. Good questions for a company empathy interview to discover if you like the job or profession. Take of the pressure to find the one path, and acquire experiences. Developing craftsmanship. De rote to mastery is followed by joy, not the other way around. Creativity is not efficient. Scaffolding experiences that enable people to tell stories, to find their values. Head, hearts, and hands. How to use the inner development goals in coaching. Critical thinking is part of the creative process. The coachee is the expert on the challenge. Creative thinking is missing under the thinking domain in the IDGs. She gets inspiration from : Designing your life - Bill Burnett and Dave Evans ; Flow - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyis; collaborative, improvisational and emergent - Keith Sawyer; Hobby, job and vocation - Elizabeth Gilbert; Tech and creativity, focus - Carl Newport; Importance of conversation - Sherry Turkle; Stolen focus - Johann Hari More about Elizabeth Dalling: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-dalling-ba10849/ Other resources: Inner Development Goals Sustainable Development Goals Rethink how we think about education – Maria Garcia Alvarez Cal Newport - don't follow your passion Keith Sawyer - creativity, collaboration and learning Book Zig Zag: The Surprising Path to Greater Creativity by Keith Sawyer Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones documentary on Netflix Book Drawdown More conversations on education and learning (Dutch): Met inner development naar detech technologie – Jan Willem de Graaf Opleiden naar lerende, zelfsturende, competente wereldburgers – Diane Manuhuwa De mens opleiden om de aarde te dienen – Merel Collenteur Purpose-driven learning – Aldo van Duivenboden Drawdown #boekencast afl 49 Flow #boekencast afl 20 Video of the conversation with Elizabeth Dalling https://youtu.be/-q390K6hgSU Watch here https://youtu.be/-q390K6hgSU
¡Episodio 1535 de "El Siglo 21 es Hoy"! En este episodio del pódcast El Siglo 21 es Hoy, exploramos el mundo de las gafas con filtro azul y el negocio detrás de ellas. Descubrimos que, aunque estas gafas se promocionan como la solución para proteger nuestros ojos de los efectos perjudiciales de las pantallas, un estudio reciente revela que puede que no sean tan efectivas como se nos ha hecho creer. Además, investigamos el fenómeno de las personas que usan gafas con filtro azul sin necesitarlas solo por su apariencia, y reflexionamos sobre la importancia de mirar menos nuestras pantallas y disfrutar del mundo real. También abordamos el impacto de las pantallas en los niños y los consejos de expertos sobre su uso adecuado. Y para aquellos preocupados por cuidar sus ojos de los efectos del uso excesivo de pantallas, ofrecemos una guía divertida y útil para proteger tus ojos en la era digital. No te pierdas este episodio lleno de información interesante, reflexiones y un toque de humor. ¡Cuida tus ojos y disfruta del podcast!00:00 Episodio 153509:02 Luz Azul14:33 Pantallas23:13 El estudio30:21 El precio extra34:49 Niñas y niños40:06 Paisajes Sonoros¿Y qué hago yo para cuidar mis ojos de las pantallas?Guía para Salvar tus Ojos del Apocalipsis DigitalUna era donde la frase "Tengo ojo de águila" ha sido reemplazada por "Tengo ojo rojo de tanto mirar pantallas”Recuerda, la salud ocular es vital. Pero un poco de humor nunca viene mal, ¡cuida esos ojos! ;)1. Distancia y postura: No nos equivoquemos. La "postura adecuada" no significa estirarte en el sofá como una medusa derretida mientras sostienes tu móvil con una mano y un paquete de patatas fritas con la otra. Y por distancia no nos referimos a poner el móvil al otro lado de la habitación para hacer zoom con los ojos.2. Ambiente de trabajo: Por supuesto, tener buena luz, humedad y ventilación. Aunque, honestamente, es más probable que la mayoría de nosotros acabemos en una cueva oscura con un ordenador, una lámpara de escritorio y un ventilador que suena como si estuviera a punto de despegar.3. Descansos: Sí, esa famosa regla 20/20. Pero, ¡espera! También hay otra: 20-6-20. ¿No es esto como recordar todas las contraseñas que debemos cambiar cada mes?4. Lágrimas Artificiales: Puede que llores lágrimas reales al recordar cómo era la vida antes de las pantallas, pero estas lágrimas artificiales son para esos momentos en que tus ojos se sienten como el desierto del Sahara.5. Consulta al Doctor de Ojos: No al vecino que dice saberlo todo porque "lo leyó en Internet". A tu OFTALMÓLOGO. Aunque claro, no me sorprendería si próximamente hay un "Dr. Google Ocular" en la esquina.6. Medidas extremas: Si sientes que tus ojos están siendo atacados por diminutos pixeles rebeldes, ¡amplía todo al 150%! Así, en lugar de parecer que estás leyendo el periódico, parecerá que estás mirando las letras del oculista.7. Edad y pantalla: ¿Estás entre los 40 y 55 años? Bueno, querido lector, la presbicia te ha encontrado. No, no es una secta secreta, es un fenómeno ocular. ¡No desesperes! Tu optometrista te espera con brazos abiertos (y probablemente con una factura).8. Yoga Ocular: Sí, has leído bien. No, no es una broma. Ahora bien, intentar poner tus ojos en posición del loto podría ser... problemático.9. Configuración del computador: Si terminas usando anteojos de abuela para ver el texto, probablemente sea hora de ajustar el brillo y el contraste. Y no, pegar una linterna al monitor no cuenta como ajuste de brillo.Epílogo: Si después de todos estos consejos todavía sientes que tus ojos están pidiendo clemencia, quizás sea el momento de recordar cómo es la vida fuera de la pantalla. O al menos intentarlo.Bibliografía: "Efectos de la exposición a pantallas en la salud visual y física de los niños y jóvenes: una revisión sistemática" - Cochrane Library https://www.cochranelibrary.com/es/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD013244.pub2/full/es"Tiempo de pantalla y niños: Cómo guiar a los niños" - Mayo Clinic https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/childrens-health/in-depth/screen-time/art-20047952"Tiempo de pantalla para bebés y niños pequeños: ¿Cuánto es demasiado?" - UNICEF https://www.unicef.org/parenting/child-development/babies-screen-time"Explicación de AMOLED, OLED y POLED: Entendiendo las diferencias" - Android Police https://www.androidpolice.com/amoled-oled-poled-explainer/"Lentes con filtro de luz azul: ¿Realmente protegen tus ojos?" - CNN Español https://cnnespanol.cnn.com/2023/08/22/lentes-filtro-luz-azul-no-protegen-ojos-estudio-trax/"¿Sirve de algo el filtro de luz azul en las gafas?" - El Confidencial https://www.alimente.elconfidencial.com/bienestar/2023-09-03/sirve-para-algo-filtro-luz-azul-gafas_3726971/"La efectividad de las gafas con filtro de luz azul" - Specsavers España https://www.specsavers.es/gafas/guia-de-lentes/efectividad-gafas-luz-azulThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/880846/advertisement
Ty Cutner is a Level 2 trained IFS-informed image and relationship coach for men. He improved the way he dressed on a daily basis in 2012 and within months was appointed Chief Operations Officer of a black youth organization in Bedfor Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, NY. He started helping friends with their image and they experienced similar career and social advancements instantly. In 2016, he launched his image coaching practice helping professional men gain the social and psychological benefits of a well-dressed man. Since 2020, he's been helping men move on from divorce, separation or relationships that included infidelity. In addition to coaching men via his image and relationship training, he also provides workshops for young men and boys in New York City schools. He lives in Brooklyn, NY with his son Aiden. Ty is a contributing author in the newly released book Freeing Self: IFS Beyond the therapy room. The chapter is entitled: Coaching Black Men and Boys to a Self Led Life Ty Cutner Style.Check out his website here:https://www.tycutner.com/Well Dressed Academy:https://www.welldressedacademy.com/Pick up a copy of Freeing Self: IFS Beyond the Therapy Roomhttps://tinyurl.com/6mz8tjj8Follow Ty in Instagram@tycutner--Children in crisis need life saving support. Consider making a donation to UNICEF.#Movember is working to help men stay mentally healthy, but they can't do it alone. Please donate to my Movember efforts and support men's health:https://movember.com/m/14654248?mc=1Coming up on the podcast:Aaron MannMarilyn B. SpenadelAnd more!--Get in touch by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the hotline at +1 (301) 458-0883Listeners of The Robin Smith Show can now become a supporter on Patreonpatreon.com/therobinsmithshowJoin Team Robley on Kiva and help expand financial access to underserved communities
Connecting every school in the world to the Internet One in three people around the world still doesn't have access to the Internet, including 1.3 billion children who can't get online at home. But many of these children can't connect at school either, meaning they won't learn digital skills that are desperately needed in an increasingly digital world. Without them they stand little chance of lifting themselves out of poverty. A global initiative run by UNICEF and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) aims to connect every single school in the world to the Internet by 2030. But how will this be done? How do you even find every school in the world? Will governments co-operate? These questions and others are answered on this special edition of Somewhere on Earth: The Global Tech Podcast, by Chris Fabian, co-founder and co-leader of Giga – the initiative to give every young person access to information, opportunities and choice. The programme is presented by Gareth Mitchell and the studio expert is Peter Guest.For new episodes, subscribe wherever you get your audio. If you like Somewhere on Earth rate and review it. More on this week's stories: Giga: Connecting every school in the world to the internet https://giga.global/ Chris Fabian, Co-founder, Co-Lead Giga, UNICEF https://www.linkedin.com/in/hichrisfabian/?originalSubdomain=ch Salima Bah, Minister of Communication, Technology and Innovation, Government of Sierra Leone, West Africa https://www.linkedin.com/in/salima-bah-564800184/?originalSubdomain=sl Ben Roberts, Group Chief CTO and Innovation Officer at Liquid Intelligent Technologies https://www.linkedin.com/in/ben-roberts-9085592/ The Team Sound editor is Keziah Wenham-Kenyon Audio is by Callum Swingler Production Manager is Liz Tuohy Editor: Ania LichtarowiczRecorded and sound editing by: Lansons | Team Farner For new episodes, subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. If you like Somewhere on Earth, please rate and review it.
-Tlalnepantla desplegará 385 policías por el Buen Fin-Unicef alerta que 1 de cada 6 niños en Latinoamérica padece escasez de agua-El 13 de noviembre de 1834, nació Ignacio Manuel Altamirano-Más información en nuestro podcast
I was privileged to have been invited by UNICEF India , as the only podcaster to collaborate on their 'One Day 4 Children' initiative. To celebrate this initiative, Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai) turned blue on Nov 2nd. UNICEF India in collaboration with the International Cricket Council , Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), and Indian Ministry of Education has launched the 'Criio for Good' online skills program in the wake of the ongoing Cricket World Cup 2023. It is aimed at promoting gender equality among girls and boys, using Cricket as a metaphor for learning important life lessons. Criiio is a celebration of all of the different ways cricket is played around the world.I spoke with Cynthia McCaffrey, Chief Representative of UNICEF to India, on the thought process behind the selection of the theme of gender equality, the impact of the 8 online animated modules created under Criio for Good, and future plans for UNICEF to leverage the reach of sports to create a positive impact in society. This episode is in a content collaboration with UNICEF India. Checkout: Criio 4 Good: https://www.unicef.org/india/stories/criiio-4-good-empathy Take the 'gender equality' pledge: https://cloud.info.unicef.org/worldcup Make a donation to UNICEF: https://www.unicef.org/india/ Written, edited, narrated, and produced by Abhay Maheshwari. Follow me by clicking this link Dear listener, to support the show - Follow, & sign-up for new alerts & leave a rating. LaaL Chashma – Hindi Stories is a critically acclaimed Hindi short story podcast that has been featured on the most renowned Indian audio streaming services JioSaavn & Gaana's, "Editor's Pick" & curation for World Podcaster's Day 2021" respectively. The show has been identified as having “the best crossover of extraordinary stories and the Hindi language” by Kommune (India's premier performing arts collective for storytellers). It is heard by Hindi listeners across 50+ countries and is the only podcast that was featured & recommended by leading Indian news publication Mid-day as part of the "Hindi Divas 2022" curation. Abhay is an award-winning, nationally featured, & critically acclaimed writer, podcaster, and spoken-word storyteller. In 2022, he was recognized as one of the top 5 Next Big Creators in the Indian Audio space. In 2021, he won the prestigious nationwide podcast hunt conducted by JioSaavn and was also recognized in the Top 10 podcasters by Gaana. In 2023, he was the finalist for Podcaster of the year at the Radio & Music Awards India among renowned Indian personalities (Ankur Warikoo, Cyrus Broacha) He is a TEDx speaker and has been invited for his thought leadership by top Indian universities such as the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade & Indian School of Business. This story under LaaL Chashma - Hindi Stories podcast is an original work of art by Abhay Maheshwari. All rights reserved. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/abhay-maheshwari/message
Palestina: ospedali di Gaza allo stremo e appello di Nazioni Unite e OMS per proteggere l'assistenza sanitariaUcraina: riprendono dopo 52 giorni i bombardamenti su KievBrasile: la siccità fa riemergere antiche testimonianze rupestri
Unser heutiger Gast ist ein mehrfach preisgekrönter Unternehmer, Trendexperte für Arbeit, Bildung und Gesellschaft und ein Vermittler zwischen den Welten. Der gebürtige Perser wuchs in einem Flüchtlingsheim auf und er startete seine Karriere als stotternder Schulabbrecher. Er wurde Topmanager, bevor er sich nach einem Burn-out dem Sinn des Lebens widmete und Lehrer wurde. Daraus erwuchs auch sein Antrieb als Unternehmer und er gründete whatchado.com, eine Joborientierungsplattform für Berufseinsteiger. Er ist außerdem CEO & Founder von futureOne Heros und er arbeitet an den Schnittstellen der Gesellschaft, wo sich die Generationen treffen. Er macht Menschen, Unternehmen, Politik und Jugendliche fit für die Zukunft. Die EU ernannte ihn zum EU Youth Ambassador for Life und UNICEF ernannte ihn zum Ehrenbeauftragten. Er berät Europas Top-CEOs ebenso wie Personalabteilungen im Wandel, Bildungseinrichtungen und Pädagogen. Er ist außerdem erfolgreicher Autor und Keynote-Speaker und er ist mit der Frau seiner Träume verheiratet und Vater einer kleinen Tochter. Seit über sechs Jahren beschäftigen wir uns mit der Frage, wie Arbeit den Menschen stärkt - statt ihn zu schwächen. In nunmehr 403 Folgen haben wir uns mit fast 500 Menschen darüber unterhalten, was sich für sie geändert hat und was sich weiter ändern muss. Wir sind uns ganz sicher, dass es gerade jetzt wichtig ist. Denn die Idee von "New Work" wurde während einer echten Krise entwickelt. Ganz in seinem Sinne suchen wir immer noch nach Methoden, Vorbildern, Erfahrungen, Tools und Ideen, die uns dem Kern von New Work näher bringen! Darüber hinaus beschäftigt uns von Anfang an die Frage, ob wirklich alle Menschen das finden und leben können, was sie im Innersten wirklich, wirklich wollen. Ihr seid bei "On the Way to New Work" - Folge 403 - heute mit Ali Mahlodji. Doch bevor es mit der Folge losgeht, möchten wir noch unseren Partner für diese, die letzte und die nächste Episode nennen. Diese Folgen sind in einer Kooperation mit der Deutschen Bahn und im Rahmen eines großartigen Events, nämlich der Zukunft Nahverkehr, initiiert von der DB Regio entstanden. Die #ZNV23 war das bisher größte Branchenevent mit dem Fokus auf den ÖPNV und deutschlandweit einzigartig in der Konzeption. Für mich fühlte sich das ganze wie ein Festival für eine wünschenswerte Zukunft an, denn die Mischung aus Konferenz und Messe hat gezeigt, wie wir in Zukunft besser leben können, ohne auf Mobilität zu verzichten. Auf der Zukunft Nahverkehr ging es nämlich unter anderem darum, wie wir mehr Kultur und Freizeit, mehr Soziales, mehr Gesundheit, mehr Wohnraum, mehr Stadtgrün und mehr aktive Mobilität erreichen können. Die Podcastepisode mit Ali ist die Zweite von insgesamt drei Folgen, die wir dort aufgenommen haben.
Episode 5 spirals like the body of a snake. Like life itself, in fact. I begin by sharing my favorite origin myth for Victorias Amazonicas, in order to summon warrior spirits and voices in defense of children. Next week, UNICEF once again invites us all to remember and advocate for the International Declaration of the Rights of the Child, every single child. Then, these sacred seeds lead us back to Chiribiquete, where I tell you about a festival that is held once a year in the Amazon, Yuruparí, which honors life's eternal rebirth and the crucial interactions of opposing forces. I conclude by sharing a reflection about my fatal flaw, and the invitation to transform our vulnerabilities into creative acts of assertion of the power of each life and unique voice.
Dreams and aspirations form the foundation for Raani, an 8-year-old aspiring cricketer, with big dreams and hopes for the future. This story is in a content collaboration with UNICEF India. Checkout: Criio 4 Good: https://www.unicef.org/india/stories/criiio-4-good-empathy Take the 'gender equality' pledge: https://cloud.info.unicef.org/worldcup Make a donation to UNICEF: https://www.unicef.org/india/ Story written, edited, narrated, and produced by Abhay Maheshwari. Follow me by clicking this link Dear listener, to support the show - Follow, & sign-up for new alerts & leave a rating. LaaL Chashma – Hindi Stories is a critically acclaimed Hindi short story podcast that has been featured on the most renowned Indian audio streaming services JioSaavn & Gaana's, "Editor's Pick" & curation for World Podcaster's Day 2021" respectively. The show has been identified as having “the best crossover of extraordinary stories and the Hindi language” by Kommune (India's premier performing arts collective for storytellers). It is heard by Hindi listeners across 50+ countries and is the only podcast that was featured & recommended by leading Indian news publication Mid-day as part of the "Hindi Divas 2022" curation. Abhay is an award-winning, nationally featured, & critically acclaimed writer, podcaster, and spoken-word storyteller. In 2022, he was recognized as one of the top 5 Next Big Creators in the Indian Audio space. In 2021, he won the prestigious nationwide podcast hunt conducted by JioSaavn and was also recognized in the Top 10 podcasters by Gaana. In 2023, he was the finalist for Podcaster of the year at the Radio & Music Awards India among renowned Indian personalities (Ankur Warikoo, Cyrus Broacha) He is a TEDx speaker and has been invited for his thought leadership by top Indian universities such as the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade & Indian School of Business. This story under LaaL Chashma - Hindi Stories podcast is an original work of art by Abhay Maheshwari. All rights reserved. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/abhay-maheshwari/message
Maricopa County's largest shelter is starting to screen its older clients for possible neurological disorders. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne wants Arizona schools to keep Amnesty International and UNICEF off their campuses. Some Phoenix leaders are pushing for more security along the city's light rail line. Plus the latest science, metro Phoenix, tribal natural resources and Fronteras Desk news.
If you have enjoyed the podcast please take a moment to subscribe, and also please leave a review on your favorite podcast platform. The way the algorithm works, this helps our podcast reach more listeners. Thanks from IC for your support. Learn more about Toilet Twinning November 19 is UN World Toilet Day You can book a discovery call with Inspire Citizens at this link #EmpathytoImpact Episode Summary As we approach UN World Toilet Day this month I wanted to revisit Caity”s story. Caity and the Toilet Twinning Group (TTC) at Frankfurt International School recently received the 11th Toilet Twinning certificate for FIS and it is twinned with a toilet in South Sudan. In South Sudan, only 10% of the population has access to safely managed sanitation, according to WHO and UNICEF. Drinking dirty and contaminated water leads to water borne diseases such as cholera and other diarrheal diseases, a leading cause of death among children in the country. South Sudanese women and girls face the hardest challenge with enrolment, retention, and education completion remain low.Caity, along with members of the TTC, ran a glitter tattoo stand at the recent Applefest. This created so much awareness about building toilets that Caity has come home with even higher numbers of bottles (another way the group fundraises). This means TTG@FIS will be able to twin more toilets for International Toilet Day on November 19th to make a difference in the lives of women, girls and communities.
Cohlapser (Jason Cohen) is a multi-instrumentalist, drummer, and producer. Cohen blends Hip Hop, Jazz, Funk, Drum N Bass, IDM, and ambient to create captivating soundscapes with punchy drums, glitchy breaks, dreamy synths, and deep bass. Groove-oriented beats and contemplative melodies inspire reflection and calmness. An immersive fusion of genres awaits listeners. Enjoy.Follow Jason on IG @jasoncohendrumshttps://cohlapser.bandcamp.com/album/parallel-destiniesProps to Dan from A Path Untold--Children in crisis need life saving support. Consider making a donation to UNICEF.#Movember is working to help men stay mentally healthy, but they can't do it alone. Please donate to my Movember efforts and support men's health: https://movember.com/m/14654248?mc=1Coming up on the podcast:Ty CutnerAaron MannMarilyn B. SpenadelAnd more!--Get in touch by sending a message to email@example.com or by calling the hotline at +1 (301) 458-0883Listeners of The Robin Smith Show can now become a supporter on Patreonpatreon.com/therobinsmithshowJoin Team Robley on Kiva and help expand financial access to underserved communities
O dia 7 de outubro ficou marcado pelo mais violento ataque terrorista já sofrido por Israel. Membros do Hamas invadiram o país, executaram cerca de 1.400 pessoas e sequestraram mais de 200 – entre as vítimas, dezenas de crianças, cujo paradeiro é desconhecido até hoje. A reação do governo israelense sobre a Faixa de Gaza teve interrupção no fornecimento de água, comida e eletricidade e bombardeiros em áreas civis, que resultaram na morte de milhares de pessoas, boa parte delas, segundo organizações internacionais, menores de 17 anos. Para falar da situação das crianças na guerra e seus traumas para a posteridade, Natuza Nery entrevista Ricardo Pires, porta-voz do Unicef, o Fundo das Nações Unidas para a Infância, em Nova York (EUA).
Perhaps the most iconic ride of all time, "it's a small world" opened at the 1964-1965 World's Fair in New York at the UNICEF pavilion sponsored by Pepsi-Cola and was later moved to Disneyland, opening there in May 1966. Imagineers Mary Blair, Rolly Crump, Blaine Gibson, Marc Davis, Alice Davis, Harriet Burns and Claude Coats worked closely alongside Walt Disney to bring this attraction to life, and the Sherman Brothers (Richard and Robert Sherman) wrote its iconic theme song. With so much incredible history and a compelling message, this attraction is one of the best known in the world, and the song, written as a prayer for peace, is one of the most played songs of all time. In this podcast episode, we dive into the rich history of "it's a small world" and share some fun facts you might not have known about this attraction. The episodes includes a binaural scenic audio recording from the ride at Disneyland. What do you find most inspiring about "it's a small world"? Tag me and join the conversation below. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@imaginationskyway Instagram: www.instagram.com/imaginationskyway Facebook Group (ImagiNation): https://www.facebook.com/groups/imaginationskyway Facebook: www.facebook.com/imaginationskyway TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@imaginationskyway Threads: https://www.threads.net/@imaginationskyway Twitter: www.twitter.com/skywaypodcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Get Bonus Content If you want to take your love of Imagination Skyway to the next level and help support the show, definitely consider joining us on Patreon for virtual events, bonus content and episodes, exclusive access to our private Passholder communities and more. How to Support the Show Share the podcast with your friends Rate and review on iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-imagineerpodcasts-podcast/id1244558092 Join our Patreon Group - https://www.patreon.com/imagineerpodcast Purchase merchandise - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/imagineer-podcast?ref_id=8929 Enjoy the show!
Subscribe to Mamamia What happens after you share something personal without entirely thinking it through? The “vulnerability hangover” kicks in. We unpack why Britney Spears' new memoir has us wondering about the aftermath of self-disclosure. Plus, no phones at the dinner table! The owner of a fancy New York restaurant has banned influencers for simply doing their jobs. Is snapping a pic of your food really a punishable crime? And, how do you spot a sociopath in the workplace? Apparently, there's a difference between your colleague who's a jerk and an actual psychopath. We discuss. The End Bits: Listen to our latest subscriber episode: 3 Honest Admissions About Our Current State Of Mind Listen to Clare host But Are You Happy? and Mia on No Filter Read: Do restaurants have the right to ban… influencers? RECOMMENDATION: Holly wants you to support UNICEF & Doctors Without Borders Sign up to the Mamamia Out Loud Newsletter for all our recommendations in one place. GET IN TOUCH: Feedback? We're listening. Leave us a voicememo or email us at email@example.com Join our Facebook group Mamamia Outlouders to talk about the show. Follow us on Instagram @mamamiaoutloud CREDITS: Hosts: Holly Wainwright, Mia Freedman & Clare Stephens Producer: Emeline Gazilas Assistant Production: Tahli Blackman Audio Producer: Leah Porges Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.Become a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There is nothing more frightening than what is happening in the world right now. How do we talk to our kids about conflict and war? As parents, we can only hope to create a world where our children can feel safe to navigate his/her own emotions. In this episode, we cover some tips on how to approach the conversation of tragic world events with your child and provide them with support and comfort. These tips are adapted from two Greater Good articles by Abigail Gerwirtz, a professor of Psychology at Arizona State University, and Shauna Tominey, a professor of Human Development and Family Sciences at Oregon State University. Organizations mentioned in this episode: Save the Children and UNICEF. #SpillTheBabyTea __________________________________________ Host: Helen Wu Editor: Victoria Cheng __________________________________________ P A R T N E R S • BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month with code “ABG” at betterhelp.com/ABG __________________________________________ C O N N E C T W I T H U S • Subscribe and Follow us @asianbossgirl on Apple Podcasts/Spotify/Amazon Music/YouTube/Instagram/Twitter/Facebook • Listener Survey: Let us know your thoughts on the podcast here • Shoutouts: Give a shoutout on the podcast here • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org __________________________________________ S U P P O R T U S • Merch: asianbossgirl.myshopify.com • Donate: anchor.fm/asianbossgirl/support • More about us at asianbossgirl.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Benjamin Netanyahu non ha dubbi. Pressato dagli Stati Uniti e dalla stessa comunità israeliana per un cessate il fuoco che permetterebbe di mettere in salvo gli ostaggi, il primo ministro afferma che "questo è il tempo della guerra" e che "dopo l'attacco del 7 ottobre è impossibile per le forze israeliane fermarsi". Nonostante - fanno notare le Nazioni Unite - la striscia di Gaza si sia praticamente trasformata in un cimitero per bambini: secondo i rilievi Unicef, dal 7 ottobre, dallo scoppio del conflitto, sarebbero 450 i bambini palestinesi che ogni giorno perdono la vita. Ne parliamo con Nello Del Gatto, nostro collaboratore a Gerusalemme, con Chantal Meloni, docente di Diritto penale internazionale all’Università Statale di Milano, e con Nabil Abu Rudeineh, vice primo ministro dell’Autorità Palestinese, ministro della Comunicazione.
In this episode Sallyann Della Casa, a multilingual tech founder from Trinidad and Tobago, shares her unique journey from corporate attorney to tech CEO. GLEAC, her company, uses advanced technology to connect users with experts across various domains. Sallyann discusses the importance of diversity, inclusion, and access to networks in business. She shares how GLEAC has significantly impacted clients, including Prada USA and a division of the Saudi government. Sallyann is the CEO of Gleac. In 2016, she served as the only female at a C-suite level Chief Curator or People and Culture at Careem.She is one of the 4% of women globally who has a patent-pending method and algorithm to signal and preserve human identity and behaviors against elimination by agents including A.I. In July 2023, she is releasing MentorGPT.She is Canadian, holds 5 degrees including a Doctorate in Law from Harvard , University of Toronto and Franklin College. She published her first book in 2016 titled Who WIll I Become.GLEAC powers people development for profit the world's largest companies. It also is very impact driven and upskills African youth on the YOMA the Unicef Platform and also empowers learners on the JIO platform across India.Her Foundation Growing Leaders upskills over 25,000 youth annually in job readiness skills on the ground. You can connect with Sallyann in the following ways: Website: www.gleac.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sallyanndellacasa/ Whether you are a C-Suite Leader of today or tomorrow, take charge of your career with confidence and leverage the insights of The CEO's Compass: Your Guide to Get Back on Track. To learn more about The CEO's Compass, you can get your copy here: https://amzn.to/3AKiflR Other episodes you'll enjoy: C-Suite Goal Setting: How To Create A Roadmap For Your Career Success - http://bit.ly/3XwI55n Natalya Berdikyan: Investing in Yourself to Serve Others on Apple Podcasts -http://bit.ly/3ZMx8yw Questions to Guarantee You Accomplish Your Goals - http://bit.ly/3QASvym See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For generations of children across America, going trick-or-treating on Halloween has meant more than just collecting candy for themselves -- it's also meant collecting coins for children in crisis around the world. Ali Rogin reports on how Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF began and how it's changed. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Sunday on PBS News Weekend, Israel steps up its ground operations in Gaza against Hamas, while desperate Palestinians search for aid and safety, and hundreds of thousands of Israelis are still displaced. Why pharmacy chains are closing stores and workers are going on strike. What some states are doing to help you protect your personal data. Plus, the story of UNICEF's Halloween fundraiser. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Fernando Carrera Castro, representante de Unicef en México, explicó en una entrevista con Carmen Aristegui que, la asistencia enviada representa apenas el 4% de las necesidades de los palestinos, comparándola como si fuera "una gota de agua en el desierto". Unos 2.000 menores han muerto en Gaza en las últimas semanas desde la contraofensiva de Israel tras el ataque de Hamas. Las heridas físicas que los niños podrían sufrir a consecuencia de la guerra y los cruentos incidentes de los cuales son testigos podrían dejar secuelas psicológicas a largo plazo.Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad
This week, Kevin sits down in studio with Alyssa Milano. She talks about the beginning of her acting career on "Who's The Boss?", fame at a young age, her life-changing friendship with Ryan White and her activism in HIV awareness in the 1980s. She then shares her connection to Dawwie, a UNICEF supported Girls' Empowerment Initiative in Egypt, that is educating young women and amplifying their voices. They are joined by Dina Heikel, a Social and Behavioral Change Officer currently working with the Dawwie initiative. *Note: this interview was recorded before the SAG-AFTRA strike took effect. To learn more and get involved with Dawwie Initiative, head to unicefusa.org/stories/how-unicef-empowering-girls-egypt. To support more initiatives like this program, text 'BACON' to 707070 or head to SixDegrees.Org to learn more. To support children that are directly affected by the current conflicts and war, please head to unicefusa.org/what-unicef-does/emergency-response/conflict UNICEF is on the ground in 190 countries and territories, supporting children with lifesaving supplies and programs. In all wars, it is children who suffer first and suffer most. UNICEF is calling for an immediate end to the hostilities in Israel and Gaza. UNICEF and its partners are responding to the immediate needs of children and families in Gaza with medical supplies and medicines, as well as mental health and psychosocial support. UNICEF will continue to respond to critical humanitarian needs as the situation evolves. To learn more about UNICEF's work and to donate please visit unicefusa.org/ActNowemergencies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Explosions are everywhere. And that makes it VERY much a time to stay vigilant. More than any other time in recent memory. Israel is at war with Hamas. Explosions from the ATACMS (The Army Tactical Missile System) fired by Ukrainian forces hitting Russian forces inside Ukraine. Explosions at the Al-Ahli hospital in Gaza City. Which was originally blamed on Israel–and is now likely to have been caused by Hamas. And American troops were hit by drones in Iraq. WTF?!?! It feels like there are explosions happening all over the world. And that's true. Including here at home, where there are daily political explosions. Barrage after barrage of explosions blowing up our politics. Led not by rocket attacks, but by political attacks from by radical political suicide bombers. Ideologues who wanna blow it all up in support of their radical agenda. That's why we have no Speaker of the house for two weeks and counting. And our host, Army veteran, author, professor and national security and politics analyst Paul Rieckhoff (@PaulRieckhoff) is breaking it all down, laying out what's next, ripping into what's most important, and issuing a call to action. This is a special episode to respond to the moment that has all our heads spinning. And another insightful and rapid-fire episode of the best independent politics, news and culture show in America. One that sits uniquely on the intersection between politics and national security. Other podcasts cover what happened. We cover what's next. And how to prepare yourself and your family for it. Every episode of Independent Americans is independent light to contrast the heat of all the other politics and news shows. It's content for the 49% of Americans that call themselves independent–and everyone else. And delivers the Righteous Media 5 Is: independence, integrity, information, inspiration and impact. Always with a unique focus on national security, foreign affairs and military and vets issues. This is another pod to help you stay vigilant. Because vigilance is the price of democracy. In these trying times especially, Independent Americans is your trusted place for independent news, politics and inspiration. -As shared on the show, UNICEF's How To Talk To Your Children About Conflict and War. 8 tips to support and comfort your children. -Get extra content, connect with guests, events, merch discounts and support this podcast that speaks truth to power by joining us on Patreon. -Find #LookForTheHelpers on social media. And share yours. -Find us on social media or www.IndependentAmericans.us. -Hear other Righteous pods like The Firefighters Podcast with Rob Serra, Uncle Montel - The OG of Weed and B Dorm. Independent Americans is powered by Righteous Media. America's next great independent media company. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices