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  • A weekly rundown of all things happening in American Democracy with Jason Franklin, Senior Advisor at One For Democracy.

  • Climate change is upon us. Fires, droughts, hurricanes, sea level rise, and melting ice caps are all part of our new normal. But something else is happening as well. Scientists, innovators, organizations, cities, companies, and citizens are taking action, making progress, and finding solutions.

    Climate Break brings you stories of climate progress and interviews with climate innovators from California and around the world, in under 2 minutes. Our solution-oriented, radio-ready shows are produced by students and climate law and policy experts at the University of California, Berkeley.

    Climate Break is a co-production of the Center for Law, Energy, and Environment at UC Berkeley Law and KALW 91.7 FM San Francisco Bay Area, in conjunction with the Berkeley School of Journalism.

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  • The PYD Lab is the podcast for implementers and young leaders who want to examine innovative approaches to Positive Youth Development and hear stories of young people leading change in their communities. 

    This podcast is made possible by the support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), under the terms of YouthPower2: Learning and Evaluation Contract. The content and opinions expressed in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the host and guests and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.

  • Local and state governments, though often overshadowed by federal government, have tremendous impact on our quality of life. This podcast provides a valuable service by educating people on how to improve their own quality of life through civic engagement. Various organizations encourage residents to register and vote, but it does not appear that anyone is showing voters how to make good decisions when they do. It feels akin to hiring someone for a job without reviewing the job description. Local Matters changes that narrative by educating voters with short, clear, and unbiased civics lessons from a career local government professional, public speaker, and management consultant.

  • The upcoming 2023 general elections in Nigeria will be one of the most consequential in its history. After eight years of what is generally acknowledged as a disappointing performance by Muhammadu Buhari - whoever becomes the next president will inherit a country in a political and economic crisis. In this podcast series, Timi Soleye and Tobi Lawson will host many brilliant commentators to discuss the leading candidates, their agenda, and the critical decisions they must make to steer the country on the right path.

  • Simpson Thacher invites you to The Regulatory Roundtable, a quarterly podcast series offering insight from leading regulatory and enforcement lawyers.

    With increased regulatory scrutiny from the SEC and other agencies, staying on top of regulatory trends has never been more important. This podcast will take you behind the scenes on important policy, exam and enforcement issues affecting funds and the asset management industry.

    Each episode will feature leading attorneys with deep knowledge of the funds regulatory landscape who will explore today’s most complex regulatory and compliance issues. We look forward to having you join us at the table. The Regulatory Roundtable.

    To hear about future episodes, be sure to follow the show in your favorite podcast app. To learn more about our discussion or to reach out with questions or topics you would like to hear about on a future podcast, visit our website at We look forward to hearing from you.

    This podcast was recorded and is being made available by Simpson Thacher for general informational purposes only. Listeners should not consider the information available via this podcast to be an invitation for an attorney-client relationship, should not rely on the information provided during the podcast as legal advice for any purpose, and should always seek the legal advice of competent counsel in the relevant jurisdiction. Listeners should not act, or refrain from acting, based on any information made available via this podcast, and Simpson Thacher expressly disclaims all liability in respect of actions taken or not taken based on any contents of this podcast. By accessing this podcast you acknowledge that Simpson Thacher makes no warranty, guaranty, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in the podcast. The views, information, or opinions expressed during this podcast series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of Simpson Thacher.

  • The People, Power, Politics podcast brings you the latest insights into the factors that are shaping - and re-shaping - our political world. It is brought to you by the Centre for Elections, Democracy, Accountability and Representation (CEDAR) based at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. Join us to better understand the factors that promote and undermine democratic government around the world! 

  • How to become (and stay) motivated

    Join the millions of listeners who find comfort in our relatable stories and expert advice.

    Tune in to our top-rated podcast channel for a soothing and uplifting listening experience.

  • Ending hunger, poverty and reducing inequality will take a whole lot more than what has been business as usual for us. We bring African voices to share their take on what the future holds.

  • The Council on Food, Agriculture, and Resource Economics created Get a Grip on FARE to provide a resource for those looking to learn more about the bureaucratic institutions that support The United States of America by providing information on the status of food, agriculture, and resource economics.

    We will also create timely content to educate those interested in important issues as they arise. The institutions we plan to cover first are USDA ERS, The Office of The Chief Economist, and more will be announced at a later date.

  • The TWP Community Podcast features TWP CoP Director, Alina Rocha Menocal, interviewing experts on a variety of topics to do with thinking and working politically. If you’re interested in TWP, politically aware approaches to development, adaptive programming, and political economy analysis, then this is the podcast for you!

  • The year is 1896. The United States is rocked by the election of an unlikely president. On election night, riots broke out in the streets of New York. The city was paralyzed with dread. Mobs organized under the lead of Anarchists and Socialists. Farther South, people celebrated. This was a President elected by the working class and he was a President who followed through with his commitment to fight for the rights of the people. This president would fight to end the enslavement of the people by money lenders, big bankers, corporations and government overtax. But can he be successful in a society that is rapidly absorbing socialist ideologies?

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  • Conversations with the most interesting and insightful people in the world.

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  • This podcast series by the INTOSAI Development Initiative (IDI)'s looks at the road ahead for public sector governance and its implications for Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs). The podcast will present and discuss new and emerging concepts, challenges and opportunities for enhancing SAI’s management and performance. You will get to hear from exciting guests from and outside the SAI community who will offer their take on how to future-proof the governance of SAI for better impact for societies. 

  • STRAT – Strategic Risk Assessment Talk, is a forum with a preparedness mindset. Mitigating risks, creating systems of prevention and recovery to deal with potential threats, and understanding the objectives of a Business Continuity Plan. This is the podcast for leaders who are committed to being prepared. The program is hosted by retired Marine Corps intelligence officer and strategic risk assessment professional Hal Kempfer and investment banker Mark Mansfield.

  • Voices for Transitional Justice is a four-episode podcast special about the difficult process of dealing with legacies of violence. In it, experts from Burundi, Croatia, Germany, Georgia, Indonesia, Kenya, Peru, and South Africa discuss their efforts in coming to terms with the past. Based on their unique experiences, they share how victims can find ways to heal and how societies can become more just and peaceful. Each episode addresses a contemporary issue in transitional justice: the role of victims, the power of youth, feminist perspectives, and guarantees of non-recurrence.

    Voices for Transitional Justice is brought to you by the Global Learning Hub for Transitional Justice and Reconciliation. The Hub is a network of ten organisations from Germany and across the world. It is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit.