In this episode we will be talking about period poverty with Het Joshi, the founder of Adira Foundation. We will be looking into the inspiration behind the project, the obstacles faced by the team and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on t
d’Arcy Lunn’s dreams and daily life are dedicated to see a world with access and opportunity for everyone, everywhere!For the past 20 years d’Arcy has experienced more than 90 countries, given over 1300 presentations to 120,000+ people and work
Dilara, the founder of team DySlexia, a team of 3 young girls who are dedicated to eliminating special learning disparities in education and promoting social and economic inclusion for all irrespective of learning difficulties.They achieve this
For her podcast, Caitlin talks about the circular economy and why she is passionate about this issue. Caitlin discusses the negative impacts if we keep our linear economy, and how we can create a circular economy.
In James' podcast, he explains how and why he went about raising money for Tz Rising - a charity that helps women in Tanzania escape poverty."I took photos of a glass jar of raisins and asked people to pay £2 to guess how many raisins were in t
Kitty discusses the safety issues in her local area, her own experiences and thoughts about certain issues, such as parking on the pavement. "I added real life narration of the fear I felt walking along the road. It's an important topic to disc
In her podcast, Amelie talks about how she donated her hair to the Little Princess Trust. She donated 17cm of her hair, to be made into a wig for someone that has suffered from hair loss while undergoing chemotherapy.
Cherry Sung is the founder and leader of 'Greener is Cleaner', the winners of GSL Competition 2019-20 Winner! Cherry is also South Korea’s environmental education youth leader and Green Peace Korea's youngest campaigner.This episode is an absol
Rosanna is the Middle School Service Coordinator & Middle School Math Teacher at Chadwick International in South Korea.Rosanna is from the Philippines and has been teaching in international schools for 17 years, 22 years in total (PHL). She ta
In Ridhi's Podcast he discusses the issue of Child Abuse and the NSPCC. He explains the issue and why it is so important to prevent abuse from happening. Ridhi also talks about the NSPCC and what the are doing to stop Child Abuse in all it for
In Robert's podcast he aims to raise awareness of the charities and organisations that can provide support for children and teens who are going through having a loved one with cancer. "These organisations are really great and helped me a lot wh
Chloe gave her podcast the title "Little Voices, Big Changes".In her podcast, Chloe discusses different areas of inequality and how we can create change. Chloe was lucky enough to interview Laura Perkins who is the Director of Fundraising at th
Ailsa gave her podcast the title 'Code Red! - We Must End Stigmas Surrounding Periods'.She speaks about three of the many issues surrounding periods. The first is the lack of education in her school about periods and how little help girls get w
Grace's podcast discusses how some young people suffer in the education system because it is not set up to accommodate everyone's needs. She covers how students who are not engaged or enjoying school can experience lower self esteem and mental
In his podcast, Ibrahim talks about the treatment of Uyghur Muslims in China. He explains what is happening to them in China and ways in which people elsewhere can help to prevent this from continuing.
Megan's podcast is about homelessness. In the podcast she discusses several statistics about the issue as well as ways in which the public can help make a difference to the number of rough sleepers on the streets.
In her podcast, Anne discusses Sustainable Development Goal 1: Poverty. As well as giving some of the shocking global poverty statistics, she tried to delve deeper and think about what the numbers truly mean below the surface. Anna gave her tho
Ashna gave her podcast the title 'The Rights of the Wronged'. She discusses the reasons for war, and how it impacts people and causes them to seek refuge in other countries. Ashna also talks about her book, Vision of the Past, and how she will
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