UNICEF Podcast: Episodes

In this year-end episode of Beyond School Books, guests from the past year share their perspectives on peacebuilding.
Podcast moderator Alex Goldmark speaks with Drs. Adefunke Ekine and Judith-Ann Walker â€" both scholars in the Echidna Global Scholars Program at the Brookings Institution â€" about their ideas to improve learning opportunities and outcomes for girls.
Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, a non-profit organization that works to reach gender parity in the computing fields, speaks to podcast moderator Alex Goldmark about why girls should be key players in that sector.
UNICEF’s Alex Goldmark speaks with three young African innovators: Wayetu Moore of One Moore Book, Catherine Kipsang of politk.com and Timothy Kaboya of ELE Rwanda.
Podcast moderator Rachel Bonham Carter talks to Grand Chief Edward John, Gabriele Papa and Krysta Williams about the right of indigenous peoples to education that is appropriate to their cultural methods of teaching and learning.
Podcast moderator Shia Levitt talks to UNICEF Education Senior Adviser Changu Mannathoko and Director of Programs at Pratham Institute and co-chair of the Learning Metrics Task Force Rukmini Banerji about putting learning at the centre of education.
On World Humanitarian Day, UNICEF speaks with 2 women who are giving back to their communities and changing the lives Africa's next generation.
UNICEF podcast moderator Femi Oke speaks with UNICEF’s Principal Adviser, Gender Rights and Civic Engagement, Dr. Anju Malhotra, on the role of education in ending child marriage and enabling girls to reach their full potential.
Podcast moderator Femi Oke speaks with child development specialist Cassie Landers and Evelyn Margron, of Haitian Foundation Tipa Tipa, about integrating innovative playgrounds into Haitian schools.
UNICEF podcast moderator Kathryn Herzog speaks with UNICEF Ambassador and NBA player Pau Gasol about the importance of early education.
A youth from Monrovia, Liberia, wants to be an engineer but can’t afford the university fees.
Youth delegates from the Children's Climate Forum outline the many issues their countries are facing in relation to climate change.
Indonesia Communications Specialist Lely Djuhari discusses the earthquake in West Sumatra.
Peter Yel, 16, reports on high food prices in Southern Sudan.
Mia Lobel talks to Julia Gillard, Chair of the Board of Directors of the GPE and former Prime Minister of Australia, who is a lifelong advocate for educational equality and equity.
UNICEF talks to Christopher Tuckwood, of the Sentinel Project for Genocide Prevention, and Sanjana Hattotuwa, the Special Advisor to the ICT4Peace Foundation, about the use of technology to support peacebuilding.
John Fallon, Chief Executive of Pearson, one of the largest education companies in the world, speaks to podcast moderator Alex Goldmark about how partnerships with corporate leaders that share the same goals can achieve educational gains for children.
Haitian-American Dr. Yvonne Jean-Francois talks about providing medical care for children injured in the 12 January earthquake in Haiti.
Youth activists speak with UNICEF about what 'peace' means to them and how education can help build peaceful communities.
UNICEF podcast moderator Alex Goldmark speaks with young activists Mia Tsang and Harrison Chung Wing-fung, who are working to build bridges between different communities.
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