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Are you curious about the power of international cooperation? And how it affects our future? Then tune in to the #NextPagePod, the podcast designed to advance the conversation on multilateralism! Each episode delves into global issues through a multilateral lens exploring how collaboration across disciplines can facilitate reaching common goals. Produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva, an evolving house of knowledge specializing in multilateralism, this podcast brings you co ...
 
In an already over saturated market of fitness, food and career based podcasts, Latoya Shauntay Snell wanted to explore beyond the limitations of her blog and social media and interview ordinary and well known people in the sports and food industry to discuss what brought them into their respective fields for five or so minutes. The Running Fat Chef Podcast is a weekly-ish podcast that explores beyond athletes and public figures' Google and Wikipedia pages to push guests to tell an authentic ...
 
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In this episode, Professor Carolyn Biltoft considers how you do global intellectual history and the need for analysis, as she talks about her book, A Violent Peace: Media, Truth and Power at the League of Nations (2021, University of Chicago Press). Looking through the League of Nations, a longed-for project of international peace and cooperation, …
 
Countless people of different backgrounds gripe about not seeing an accurate depiction of diversity in their fitness spaces; some people breathe life into the communities that they crave to see. Meet Carolyn Su - a Houston raised Taiwanese-American runner, mother, dietician and founder of a dynamic community Diverse We Run. After making a note of t…
 
Meet Micki Krimmel - an incredible member of the LA Derby Dolls turned founder of the athleisure wear company Superfit Hero. In 2015, she created a brand that would help the roller derby world with clothing that fit but her clothing is known as a refreshing contribution to the body positive movement. Like many athletes, sports helped her find a dee…
 
Pour l’épisode 59 de The Next Page, nous sommes heureux d’accueillir Anne-Claire Schumacher pour parler de Gustave Revilliod, du Musée Ariana et de leur lien avec les Nations Unies. Conservatrice en chef au Musée Ariana, le musée suisse de la céramique et du verre, Anne-Claire Schumacher nous propose un regard nouveau sur l’héritage de Gustave Revi…
 
"Cooperative security is about conceptualizing security together" - Ambassador Thomas Greminger Episode 58 of the #NextPagePod addresses the paradoxical reality that while we face a growing number of systemic security challenges that can only be solved collaboratively, such as climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic, there is also an increasing am…
 
Fourth generation Lakota runner, Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel was born in Kul Wicasa Oyate - Lower Brule, SD. Daniel is highly respected in the running community and beyond for her impeccable work as an advocate in the Indigenous community and beyond. Her exemplary work is acknowledged globally, particularly for her run at the Bost…
 
Iresha Picot M.Ed, LBS, is a Licensed Behavior Specialist, and has a Master's Degree in Urban Education and Post-Graduate work in Women Studies from Temple University. In addition to a Master's Degree, she has post-graduate certifications in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism. Iresha is the co-editor of the book, "The Color of Hope: People of Col…
 
Meet Morit Summers - Founder of Form Fitness Brooklyn, author of Big and Bold: Strength Training for Plus -Size Woman, social media content creator and a powerhouse personal trainer with a host of certifications. Morit Summers has over a decade of expertise in the fitness world and made it her personal mission to make this space more inclusive. Her…
 
This episode of the #NextPagePod brings you a timely conversation between the Director of the ITU Telecommunication Development Bureau, Doreen Bogdan-Martin and our Director Francesco Pisano about women in tech. As the first woman in ITU’s history to hold a top elected management position, Doreen Bogdan-Martin speaks about her experience as a femal…
 
Meet Nicole Snell - A dynamic international speaker, CEO of Girls Fight Back, the creator of Outdoor Defense and an impeccable ray of Black Girl Magic. She is the self-defense instructor for IMPACT Personal Safety and an adventure leader for Black Girls Trekkin. She has traveled the world speaking to hundreds of groups at colleges, K- 12 schools, c…
 
Sika Henry is a HOKA ONE ONE sponsored triathlete, 2X marathon champion, 2019 IRONMAN World Championship finisher and was named Athlete of the Year as part of the 2020 Outspoken Women in Triathlon Awards for her advocacy in the triathlon space. On May 2, 2021, Sika made history becoming the first United States Black triathlete with a professional c…
 
Mireille Sine is a HOKA ONE ONE Flyer, USATF Level One coach, Garmin Ambassador and graduate from West Coast University with her Master's degree in Public Health. She moved to Los Angeles, CA when she was six years old and became a sprinter and hurdler at Bravo Medical Magnet High School. Mireille is thoughtful and channels strength through her aut…
 
Pour l’épisode 56, nous sommes très heureux d’accueillir Marie-Laure Salles, qui nous parle des interactions complexes entre le monde dès l’économie et la société et de la nécessité de former les jeunes autrement, si nous voulons « changer la culture du monde » et faire face aux enjeux du futur. Marie-Laure Salles est une sociologue et universitair…
 
Anna Mae Flynn is an amazing HOKA ONE ONE sponsored ultrarunner and ultrarunning coach with Mountain Endurance Coaching. During her adolescent years, she ran competitively for Striders - a junior Olympics team and weaved her way into the cross country and track team at Watauga High School. After graduating college and overcoming burnout from colleg…
 
Kanoa Greene is nothing short of a rockstar in the water and on dryland. Greene, a Rider University Graduate with her Master's Degree in Music, Vocal Pedagogy and Performance, is living and thriving in her passion to help others channel their creative minds and spirit. Her extraordinary body of work is seen in the body positive, size inclusivity an…
 
What is neutrality and why it is beneficial for some states? How do geopolitical tensions influence Afghanistan's potential for permanent neutrality? In episode 55 of the #NextPagePod, our director Francesco Pisano spoke to Dr Nasir A. Andisha, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Afghanistan to the UN in Geneva, about Afghanistan's periods o…
 
Darrietta Lee is one of the most down to earth people that Latoya's grown to know and love in this space. She is a mother, runner, aspiring powerlifter and overall amazing human being. When Darrietta walks into a room, her warm energy isn't the only thing that's apparent to people - she is a Black Muslim athlete that proudly wears her hijab. At tim…
 
Meet Roc Roshon, a trans masculine educator with a B.S. in Sports and Leisure Management from Eastern Connecticut State University, M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of South Florida and doctorate student in the Department of Sport Management at Florida State University. With all of these dynamic credentials and powerful work …
 
Pour l’épisode 54, nous sommes heureux d’accueillir Olga Hidalgo-Weber pour parler de l’ouvrage publié sous sa direction et celle de Bernard Lescaze intitulé «100 ans de multilatéralisme à Genève. De la SdN à l’ONU », paru en 2020 aux éditions Suzanne Hurter. Olga Hidalgo-Weber, en tant qu’historienne et chargée de cours à l’Université de Genève, n…
 
Meet Martinus Evans - Marathon runner, podcast host of 300 Pounds and Running and The Long Run with Martinus and Latoya, future author and founder of the Slow AF Run Club. Martinus, a graduate in Exercise Science, Public Health and Digital Marketing, is known for his award winning public speaking, dynamic run coaching skills that helps plus-size in…
 
Some might call Roz "The Diva" Mays an anomaly in an industry that tends to cater to smaller framed people but she is a firecracker that stands out in the crowd. Roz Mays is an AFAA, X-Pert and NASM certified personal trainer and pole dancer. Her accolades extend beyond America's Got Talent or seeing her on some of your favorite shows like The Big …
 
Mirna Valerio is the author of the highly acclaimed memoir A Beautiful Work in Progress, adventurer in chef of The Mirnavator LLC and known mostly for her documented scribes on a blog called FatGirlRunning. Her amazing presence is felt whether she's randomly singing on a 62 mile ultrarunning event, trekking through the snow while skiing, cycling or…
 
In this episode, Gilles Carbonnier joined the #NextPagePod for a conversation about applying economic tools and methods to improve humanitarian responses to armed conflicts and disasters. Carbonnier is a specialist in the domain of humanitarian response with expertise on several levels. Carbonnier is a Professor of Development Economics at the Grad…
 
Coach Morgon Latimore is an Ironman Certified triathlon coach, motivational speaker, well versed and accomplished multisport athlete with a 20+ year military background is an unique human being -- and not just because I know him personally and he's my coach. His years of experience is highly respected in the fitness, wellness and military space. Mo…
 
Meg Boggs is the brilliant author of Fitness for Every Body, content creator, powerlifter, blogger, mother to Maci and loving partner to her husband Bobby. She has a collective following of over 1 million subscribers through her social media platforms primarily through TikTok and Instagram. On this episode, we explore parts of her new book "Fitness…
 
Guest host W. Eric Snell, Sr. is the founder of E. Snell Design and husband to Running Fat Chef Podcast host Latoya Shauntay Snell. Each week, Latoya will interview guests beyond their Wikipedia, social media and Google search pages to deep dive into the layers that make each guest human. She placed herself under the microscope from one of the peop…
 
In an already over saturated market of fitness, food and career based podcasts, Latoya Shauntay Snell wanted to explore beyond the limitations of her blog and social media and interview ordinary and well known people in the sports and food industry to discuss what brought them into their respective fields for five or so minutes. The Running Fat Che…
 
Why does multilateralism matter to young people? And how do we create inclusive and diverse participation of young people in multilateral efforts? In this episode, Natalie Alexander poses these questions and many more to Alicia Joho as a part of our #KnowledgeRising series. Alicia Joho is a student studying a Dual Master's degree in International R…
 
The historian Professor Alanna O’Malley from Leiden University, joined us at The Next Page to tell us more about her work as Chair of United Nations Studies in Peace and Justice and to explore some of the themes in the cross-disciplinary volume she co-edited on The Institution of International Order, tracing the period from the 1920s to the 1970s a…
 
Dr. Elizabeth Sáenz joined The Next Page for a conversation on the interconnection between the Sustainable Development Goals. As a pediatrician and liaison officer for the United Nations Organization on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) at the WHO, Dr. Sáenz specializes in drug dependence treatment, with a special focus on prevention, treatment, and rehabili…
 
In Episode 49 historian, author and researcher Katharina Rietzler joins Francesco Pisano to talk about her new book called Women's International Thought: A new history. Dr Rietzler co-wrote the book after her research revealed that numerous women in history have researched and published in the field of international public affairs but only a few we…
 
In this brief excerpt of Episode 48 – originally recorded in French – Kelly Le Normand speaks with Andrea Bellini. Director of the Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève, artistic director of the Biennale of Moving Images, curator and contemporary art critic, Andrea Bellini shares his experience of international Geneva and offers us a unique perspective …
 
Dans ce nouvel épisode de The Next Page, Kelly Le Normand accueille Andrea Bellini. Directeur du Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève, directeur artistique de la Biennale de l’Image en mouvement, curateur et critique d’art contemporain, Andrea Bellini partage son expérience de la Genève internationale et nous propose un point de vue inédit sur le multi…
 
In episode 47, Dira Fabrian joins our Knowledge Rising series to reflect on the role of young diplomats in multilateralism today. After a decade serving as a diplomat for her home country of Indonesia, she shares what she's learned in these past years, as well as her advice for young diplomats entering the service in a rapidly changing global and t…
 
Episode 46 sees Professor Carlos Lopes return to the podcast after featuring in our very first episode back in 2019. This time, he joins us online from South Africa, to speak with our Director Francesco Pisano about his latest book: Structural Change in Africa: Misperceptions, New Narratives and Development in the 21st Century, which he authored wi…
 
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