On this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we speak with Najeeba Wazefadost and Bárbara Romero, two of the five co-founders of Global Independent Refugee Women Leaders (GIRWL). They share their personal stories as refugees and insights on how COVID-19 is affecting refugee communities and internally displaced persons around the world.

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On this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we speak with Mandana Arabi, VP of Global Technical Services at Nutrition International, about COVID-19 and its impacts on the health and nutrition of moms and newborns around the world.

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On this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we speak with Sarah Quann, Program Manager at Tree Canada, about the important role trees play in our day-to-day lives and what we can do to help ensure their longevity.

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Barbara Grantham

In this special episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we welcome Barbara Grantham to the CARE Canada team, as President & CEO. Barbara gives us some insight into her background and expertise, what led her to CARE and what inspires her most about the work we do.

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We talk with Hadiya Roderique, lawyer, writer, and advocate about inclusion and diversity in the workplace, and how to challenge systems to support a more inclusive workplace and society.

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We talk with Emily Wiseman, CARE Canada’s Senior Gender Advisor about the importance of gender empowerment and equality and why we need to keep pushing for more advancements.

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We talk with Christina Haneef, a member of the CARE Canada Rapid Response Team and an expert on gender in emergencies about the impact on women and girls in emergency situations and why it’s important their voices are heard.

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We talk with Heather Barnabe, CEO of G(irls)20 about the importance of providing opportunities for women in leadership roles and the impact it has on our communities.

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We talk with Bruce MacDonald President & CEO of Imagine Canada about the changing charitable landscape and what that means for governments, non-profits, Canadians and the importance of social good.

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In 2019, Ethiopia faced many challenges including conflict, drought, flooding, and livestock diseases. Around 200,000 people are estimated to have lost their homes and many are now living in camps. On this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we hear the story of Almaz who shares her emotional story of loss and struggle and learn how you can use your voice to amplify the stories of women like Almaz.

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