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United Planet Radio is a podcast where we chat with leaders, influencers and visionaries who spend time promoting United Planets goal of cross-cultural understanding. On our show, we have conversations which we believe work to connect others across the globe. In short, improving global knowledge through dialogue is the first step to generating a more united planet.
 
Tune in with your host, Worldmeets.US founder and managing editor William Kern, to hear and discuss global perceptions of the United States: Its politics, its culture, and it economy. Guests include writers we translate from newspapers around the planet, our translators from around the world, and people involved with the project. We show Americans what the rest of the world REALLY thinks of our nation.
 
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To say Francis Tapon is a traveler is an under-statment. He’s more of a guru whose committed his life to seeing every little corner of the world. Mostly by foot. He’s walked the two major trails in North America, one of which took him 5,000 miles south into Mexico, and he spent five years walking through Africa, stopping along the way in various ar…
 
In Arnaud’s vision of the world, a few things are required. First, travel. Find a way. Any way. Work the bag checkout at the grocery store. Deliver newspapers in the early mornings (Yes, newspapers are still in circulation). Whatever you have to do to make it work, do that. Second, learn a language, or two. Arnaud is a passionate spokesperson and s…
 
We spoke with renowned journalist Laura Kasinof. She provided great insight into the challenges and necessities of working as a foreign correspondent. Her work has appeared in many newspapers, magazines and journals including The New York Times, The Atlantic, Vice, The Guardian and more. Her work spans a wide range of subjects including but not lim…
 
Dalia is a human rights activist from Egypt. She spends her days writing and looking for areas to increase democratic values in her native Egypt. She is currently operating as the Director of Liberal Democracy of Egypt, a Cairo based think tank dedicated to promoting and advising policy makers on the advancements of human rights.…
 
Naoko Jin, who co-operates a Cafe in Okazaki City with her husband Kuniomi Asai, sat down to chat with us about our newly developed program in Japan. Her love for Okazaki city is entrenched in the cities reminiscent nature. Built during Japan’s Edo period, Okazaki city is often described in folkloric fashion. Naoko and her husband Kuniomi, who has …
 
If you were to ask Alex Lupafya what led to his success, he’d probably answer with, determination. He was born into a less than ideal situation, where embarrassment and poverty reigned. None of this mattered. Alex, with a vision, embarked on a journey that would forever detail the ethos he holds today. After being turned away by the consulate in hi…
 
Retirement would have to be put off again for Mr. Markan. After departing from the corporate working world, Jim’s vision had shifted and his need to help others far exceeded his want to sit lakeside enjoying a cold beverage. Inspired by the work of the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu in their co-authored bestseller, “The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness …
 
We had the opportunity to sit down with Jonathan Golden who is currently leading a program designed to build medical centers in slower developing countries. His idea is simple, create an affordable and manageable center that allows small towns to properly function when tasked with dealing with the necessary medical procedures often faced in rural a…
 
Mark Conway, currently completing his master's degree in International Relations at Tuft’s University School of Law and Diplomacy, has over thirty years experience in the technology industry. As a leader in the technology industry, he spoke with United Planet to discuss advances in the industry, technology connection to medicine and his plans for t…
 
After obtaining her Ph.D. in Human and Environmental Studies and Medical Information Systems from Kyoto University, Dr. Alkhateeb brought her knowledge to Massachusetts Bay College. There, she currently resides as an adjunct professor and mentor coordinator. She has traversed the globe, attended top level universities in many nations, started up a …
 
From an early age, Gianpiero has nurtured his passion for world travel, and for intellectual and cultural exploration. Through experiences gained during his studies and his competitions, first as a member of the Italian Olympic Sailing Team and currently as a competitive triathlete, Gianpiero has had the opportunity to explore remote places and bef…
 
There is little doubt that the current state of affairs makes it difficult to implement positive policy towards immigration and refugee groups. Liza Ryan doesn’t mind the difficulty. In fact, she embraces it. She explores ways to actively achieve strong counters to the growing assemblage of harmful immigration policy. With over ten years experience…
 
Sebastián, who traveled from Costa Rica to New Hampshire as part of a United Planet Quest, took a moment to sit down and talk about his volunteer experience. For the last six months, Sebastian volunteered at a local center for the disabled. His time volunteering was as much an experience learning about others as it was learning about himself. Of hi…
 
Max Noble’s first book Journey To Success, is an international best seller. His forthcoming book, First Impressions: The 42 Laws of First Impressions, provides detailed examples of how to succeed in both business and life. Max has had a successful career, working at top-tier firms and has now dedicated his life to sharing what he learned along the …
 
After losing her sight at age seven, Sara Minkara embarked on an inspiring journey. Her accomplishments as a young professional are driven by a need to see positive change in the world. She has worked tirelessly to implement programs across the United States and the globe to ensure that those with disabilities are henceforth included in the univers…
 
After emigrating from Zimbabwe, Marshall embarked on an endless journey of persistence and diligence. His inspiring ethos, which originated from his mother, is not only sensible it's infectious. Having graduated from the Kennedy School of Government with a masters degree in Public Administration from Harvard University Marshal went on to co-find Af…
 
Mary Yntema is currently the President and CEO of World Boston, a company dedicated to engaging public international affairs and advancing cooperation between people of all nations. Her background is both extensive and impressive and she has over twenty years of experience assisting non for profit organizations. Having witnessed the collapse of the…
 
Dr. Dobson has worked in higher education for over twenty-three years. She is the author of Being Global: Making the Case for International Alumni Relations (CASE Books, 2011), the International Travel Handbook: Engaging Constituents Abroad (Academic Impressions, 2014), and editor of Staying Global: How International Alumni Relations Advances the A…
 
Mr. Yusuf was born in Somaliland. In his later teen years he emigrated to the United States to readvanced education from the University of South Dakota. Since then he co-founded and acts as the Executive Director of the Somali Development Center. The center looks to help Somali (and other African communities) in Boston get access to constructive se…
 
Ms. Samarasan has dedicated her life to helping those with disabilities. In our conversation, we spoke in depth about its definition, its scope and the impact one can have while working to help those in need. Diana is an avid believer in humanitarian aid and is pertinent to her mission to bring disability services into the limelight. She has done i…
 
Dr. Giles is one of the pioneers in Service-Learning. His book Where is the Learning in Service-Learning has provided many academics and volunteers with insight into the field of learning through service and education through experience. Dr. Giles is extremely passionate about promoting Service-Learning and believes that the future is bright. He is…
 
Arvi is one of the most well traveled individuals on the planet. His professional experiences expand across a variety of fields but his connection to the world is grounded in his love for travel. Arvi has a long standing relationship with United Planet’s founder and he was pleased to sit down with us to discuss his yearning for adventure.…
 
Dr. Stelling, who spent time volunteering with the Peace Corps in Mali, spoke with us about the groundbreaking technology that looks to gather data in hopes of combatting large scale epidemics. His software is free and is designed to be implemented in hospitals across the globe. In addition to the software, which is used by the World Health Organiz…
 
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Dr. Leek is an accomplished educational powerhouse. Her work has extended across a range of platforms designed to promote education and student learning. She has an impressive resume that speaks volumes and her drive to motivate others is infectious. We talked to Dr. Leek for a short while about technology in education, the importance of asking the…
 
Born in Schenectady, NY, Mr. Lowen has accredited some marvelous endeavors. He is a graduate of the City College of New York and holds a degree in Cinematography. In 1985 he attended Hunter College where he received a Masters in Social Work. He is a man who is willing to confront the problems of the past and is unwavering in his pursuit of global c…
 
Oudou Sanogo, born in the West African country of Mali, is currently working with United Planet as an International Programs Coordinator while simultaneously pursuing his Masters in Social Justice and Environmental Sustainability. He is a Fulbright Scholar interested in Education and Sustainable International Development and hopes to continue sharp…
 
Tania Del Rio works in Boston as a Diversity Outreach Officer at the Mayor’s office. She has had an incredible career traversing the globe working as a Diplomat for Mexico in Columbia, assisting with community affairs in her neighborhood of East Boston and actively participating in United States government.Follow the link below to donate to Tania’s…
 
Based out of Boston, Massachusetts, Kelly Fitzsimmons has spent over half her life taking pictures of the world around her. Ranging from lifestyle photography to documentary style portraits, Kelly has focused on capturing stories from across the globe.We spent the morning talking about her time as a photographer as well as her time traveling the wo…
 
Today, we spoke with our founder and President, Dave Santulli about his visions for a more united planet. Having been at the helm of our ship for the past sixteen years, Dave hopes to encourage others to follow a similar path. His urging for others to take part in this global community is only supported by his willingness to step in on his own, lea…
 
Having trouble making sense of what has happened in Iraq? Tonight on Worldmeets.US Radio News, we'll take a stab at explaining it and discuss some of the non-U.S. content we have posted so far. Time permitting, we'll also look at global reactions to other things American, including European content on the Ukraine crisis, and whether the United Stat…
 
Join us Friday at 11pm EST as we speak to Philippine radio host and columnist Jarius Bondoc about how the Philippines fits into America's Asia Pivot. Mr. Bondoc has written and spoken out against the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement with the United States, which was signed during President Obama's Asia tour, and which will give U.S. forces ne…
 
Join us on Friday night at 11pm EST for a conversation about whaling, the environmental group Sea Shepherd, and whale conservation, with cinematographer and Wakayama University scholar Simon Wearne. Mr. Wearne, who filmed the first season of the acclaimed Whale Wars program, is now a scholar studying traditional Japanese whaling. We will ask Mr. We…
 
Tune in tonight at 11pm as we look at the competing narratives on the Ukraine crisis from Russia and Europe, and the selective memory of Western leaders andf media, who have either forgotten history entirely, or are seeking to mislead their own citizens. We will examine views on the Ukraine/Crimea crisis from Russia, the Baltic States, eastern Euro…
 
Take a break from the Ukraine crisis and join us Friday night at 11pm EST for a talk with J. Reed Brundage, founder of Mexico Voices, a project dedicated to helping U.S. citizens understand the great struggle Mexicans face building their democracy. We will ask Mr. Brundage, a clinical psychologist by training, how he ended up in Mexico, what motiva…
 
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