15 Minutes on Women in Global Health

Joysna is one of three-hundred skilled health entrepreneurs (SHEs) are continuing to serve pregnant women and children during the COVID-19 pandemic in Sunamganj, Bangladesh. Tapash Paul/CARE

In this episode of the podcast we speak with Tikhala Itaye, the Director, Global Movement Building for Women in Global Health—an organization built on a global movement with the largest network of women and allies working to challenge power and privilege for gender equity in health. Tikhala talks about the challenges women in health care are facing, and the importance of gender equity in health care and why it’s not only good for women and those who identify as women, but for everyone.

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15 Minutes on Under-Reported Stories

In this episode of the podcast host Lama Alsafi speaks with independent journalist Neha Wadekar about under-reported stories in the media: why its so important to cast a wider net, and how we can all advocate for more diversity and inclusion in the stories we see and hear.

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15 Minutes on Preventing Gender Based Violence

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Our guest today is Andrea Gunraj, Vice President of Public Engagement with the Canadian Women’s Foundation, who discusses the #SignalForHelp hand sign/campaign which recently went viral, and how we can all support those who have experienced gender based violence and work together to prevent it.

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15 Minutes on Supporting Indigenous-led Causes

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n today’s episode, we’re talking about supporting Indigenous-led causes with Wanda Brascoupé. Wanda has been in the philanthropic sector for 20 years as a volunteer, fundraiser, donor, connector and now works as an advisor to Indigenous and non-Indigenous foundations and charities. She also helped to create the Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Fund in partnership with CanadaHelps.

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15 Minutes on Empowering and Investing in Girls

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Our very special guest for International Day of the Girl is Marigold Mioc—a volunteer and activist who has been involved with different causes, groups and organizations including the United Way, Young Canadians’ Parliament, Engineers without Borders, and many more.

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15 Minutes on Supporting Feminist Movements and Organizations

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In this episode of our 15 Minutes to Change the World podcast, we speak with Cindy Clark, the Co-Executive Director of the Association for Women’s Rights in Development—a global, feminist, membership, movement-support organization working to achieve gender justice and women’s human rights worldwide.

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15 Minutes on Women Leading in Emergencies

Halatu Benjamin and her women's group. All photos by CARE Uganda.

In this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we’re marking World Humanitarian Day by speaking with Caroline Aol, CARE Uganda’s Interim Manager for the project where the Women Lead in Emergencies interventions are undertaken, and she is also CARE Uganda’s Women Lead in Emergencies specialist.

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15 Minutes on Women’s Economic Empowerment

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In this episode, we speak with Anjum Sultana, the National Director, Public Policy, Advocacy and Strategic Communications for YWCA Canada. Anjum discusses women’s economic empowerment: what it means, why women’s inclusion and leadership benefits everyone, and YWCA Canada’s work to empower women in the workplace and create systemic change.

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15 Minutes on Refugee Inclusion and Leadership

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We’re marking World Refugee Day with a special two-part episode of Minutes to Change the World. Our inspiring guests are Masa Kateb and Tsering Norzom Thonsur, two members of the Refugee Advisory Network—which advocates for meaningful inclusion of refugee leaders in policy and decision making processes that directly affect the lives of refugees.

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