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Welcome to CARE Canada's 15 Minutes to Change the World podcast, where in 15 minutes or less, you can learn a bit more about the world and how you can help change it for the better. CARE Canada is a nonprofit organization working around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty, and achieve social justice by empowering women and girls (find out more at care.ca). Join us each month as we speak about a variety of issues affecting the world today, and find out how you can make a difference.
 
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You've likely heard the term "care package" before, but did you know that it originated with CARE? Seventy-five years ago the first (and original) CARE Packages® were sent to Le Havre, France to provide essentials to those who had lost so much during the Second World War. From once providing to today empowering, CARE has come a long way in seventy-…
 
With the recovery from COVID-19 becoming more and more visible on the horizon, and with the recent release of Canada’s federal budget, we are taking a look at Canada’s role in the world and how we can help ensure a just recovery for all. We’re excited to bring you three special editions of our 15 Minutes to Change the World podcast, hosted by our P…
 
With the recovery from COVID-19 becoming more and more visible on the horizon, and with the recent release of Canada’s federal budget, we are taking a look at Canada’s role in the world and how we can help ensure a just recovery for all. We’re excited to bring you three special editions of our 15 Minutes to Change the World podcast, hosted by our P…
 
With the recovery from COVID-19 becoming more and more visible on the horizon, and with the recent release of Canada’s federal budget, we are taking a look at Canada’s role in the world and how we can help ensure a just recovery for all. We’re excited to bring you three special editions of our 15 Minutes to Change the World podcast, hosted by our P…
 
In the final episode of our March4Women series, we speak with Everjoice Win, an activist in feminist and social justice movements in her country, Zimbabwe, the African continent and globally for over 30 years. Everjoice speaks passionately about decolonizing aid and localization in the context of international development and humanitarian work—and …
 
In the third episode of our March4Women series, we speak with our amazing CARE Canada Board member, Cindy Karugia—Financial Advisor and passionate advocate for gender equality, multiculturalism, and inclusive leadership—about financial and corporate inclusion.โดย CARE Canada
 
In the second episode of our month-long March4Women series, we speak with Meseret Haileyesus, who is the Founder and CEO for the Canadian Center for Women's Empowerment. Meseret is an economic justice advocate, change-maker, intersectional feminist, and entrepreneur. She discusses domestic abuse and how it's been exacerbated by COVID-19, and econom…
 
This month, we will be bringing you four special episodes to celebrate International Women's Day as part of our #March4Women podcast series. Throughout the month of March, we will be talking to four incredible women working in different sectors and with different areas of expertise to learn more about women's leadership here in Canada and around th…
 
In this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we're talking about a global vaccination response, an incredibly timely and important topic for all of us right now as various COVID-19 vaccines begin to be administered in Canada and around the world. Our guest today is Julia Anderson, the CEO of CanWaCH—the Canadian Partnership for Women and Chil…
 
In this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we're talking about working in nonprofits, how to get started if you're looking to make a shift in your career, industry trends, challenges, opportunities and more. Our guest is Mary Barroll, VP Media Affairs & General Counsel at CharityVillage—the top source for Canadian nonprofit news, jobs, fund…
 
In this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we are looking at the charitable sector and giving trends in Canada. We'll discuss how Canadians can support charities, and how charities themselves can weather the challenges of this new era. Our guest today is Marina Glogovac, President and CEO of CanadaHelps, whose mission is to inform, inspire,…
 
In this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we're talking about climate action and climate justice—what it is, what it means both in Canada and around the world, and how we can all do our part for the environment and for our collective future. Our guest today is Catherine Abreu, an internationally recognized, award-winning campaigner whose w…
 
In this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we are looking at Canadian international assistance in the age of COVID-19: how it has compounded existing inequalities around the world and changed how Canada is responding to support people in vulnerable places. And of course, what we can do to ensure this crucial work continues and expands. Our …
 
On this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we speak with Beth Woroniuk - Policy Lead at Equality Fund. Beth highlights the long lasting impact that comes from investing in women and how COVID-19 threatens the progress that has been made towards equality around the world.โดย CARE Canada
 
On this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we speak with Dominique Souris and Ana González Guerrero - co-founders of Youth Climate Lab. They speak about the importance of creating a space for youth in the fight for climate justice and how they can make a difference.โดย CARE Canada
 
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.…
 
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.โดย CARE Canada
 
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.โดย CARE Canada
 
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.โดย CARE Canada
 
We are making the month of March for women. As part of our #March4Women series, we will be talking to four different women across industries, with different areas of expertise, to learn more about the challenges being faced by women and girls around the world and what you, our listeners can do to make a difference. In the final installment of our s…
 
We are making the month of March for women. As part of our #March4Women series, we will be talking to four different women across industries, with different areas of expertise, to learn more about the challenges being faced by women and girls around the world and what you, our listeners can do to make a difference. In the third episode of our serie…
 
We are making the month of March for women. As part of our #March4Women series, we will be talking to four different women across industries, with different areas of expertise, to learn more about the challenges being faced by women and girls around the world and what you, our listeners can do to make a difference. In the second episode of our seri…
 
We are making the month of March for women. As part of our #March4Women series, we will be talking to four different women across industries, with different areas of expertise, to learn more about the challenges being faced by women and girls around the world and what you, our listeners can do to make a difference. In the first episode of our serie…
 
We all want to change the world - but sometimes it's hard to know where to start. In this episode we talk with Laura Banks and Sharon Roy about The Get Together, a new community where people who are passionate about changing the world can learn more, network, connect with experts and come together to make a difference. To learn more or join, visit:…
 
September 20th - 27th is Global Climate Action Week, where people around the world are coming together to demand change from decision makers. We talked to members of CARE's Green Team about why this week is important and what actions people can take to make a difference.โดย CARE Canada
 
In this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we chat with Ramzi Saliba about the life of a humanitarian aid worker. Ramzi gives us an inside look at the challenging and rewarding moments that come along with being a humanitarian aid worker with CARE.โดย CARE Canada
 
Do you love to travel and see new places? Get your passports ready, you'll be itching to jump on a plane after listening to our chat with Joshua Morin from NOMO films. In this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we look at travel - why it's important, how it can impact our lives and how it can change our perspectives on the world.…
 
Can you imagine what it would be like to forcibly leave your home, knowing you will never go back? This is a reality for more then 68.5 million forcibly displaced people and 25.4 million refugees. With World Refugee Day on June 20th, in this episode we talk to Debra Kellner, director of Inside My Heart about the current refugee crisis and how Canad…
 
After a difficult birth of her own Manju wanted to make sure others didn't have to go through the same struggles. Our podcast host, Lama Alsafi, shares Manju's experience and how she has continued to impact her community in Bihar, India.โดย CARE Canada
 
To celebrate Earth Day we sat down with Ted Ferguson from the Delphi group to talk about the changing impact we as a society are having on the environment, and what we can do this Earth Day to fight climate change at home and around the world.โดย CARE Canada
 
International Women's Day happens on March 8th every year but is one day really enough? CARE is dedicating the entire month of March for women . In this episode we talk to CARE Canada's Shaughn McArthur and Simran Singh about why women and girls are at an increased risk during emergencies and how when given a voice in the discussion - it changes ev…
 
What first brought people together on January 21st, 2017 has grown from a march into a worldwide movement. In this episode we talk to Samantha Monckton, head of March On across Canada and founder of the March On Vancouver chapter.โดย CARE Canada
 
This holiday season CARE is bringing us together to end inequality. We talk to the next generation - the kids of CARE Canada staff - about their favourite ways to get together for the holidays and what it really means to give.โดย CARE Canada
 
Though the world sometimes seem divided, we don't need to feel alone. CARE brings us together to end inequality. We are driven by the potential that each of us has to connect together and build a better world for today and tomorrow.โดย CARE Canada
 
Have you ever looked at how much food you're throwing out every week? How much of that food was still usable and how much of that waste could have been prevented? In this episode we talk to Chef Jagger Gordon, founder of the first pay-what-you-can grocery store in Toronto and the Feed it Forward program.…
 
Have you ever wondered how you can get kids to think more globally and get inspired about changing the world? In this episode we talk to Erin Anderson founder of Revel Academy about education here at home and how we can use it to engage youth in what's going on around the world.โดย CARE Canada
 
Have you ever wondered what goes into making the clothing we wear everyday? Tara Hogerterp chats with us about the environmental and ethical impact the clothing industry is having on the world and what you can do to change it.โดย CARE Canada
 
CARE Canada's Kasia Souchen sits down with Maxime Michel, the leader of CARE's humanitarian team, to discuss the current refugee crises happening around the world and what you can do to make a difference.โดย CARE Canada
 
Ya publicaron los numeros finales de los fans que compraron tickets para la WorldCup! Algunos de los principales paises son: Brasil con 1.1Millones de asistentes, EEUU 187mil, Alemania e Inglaterra 56mil, Argentina 55mil, Colombia 51 mil, Chile 35mil, Mexico 29mil, Canada con 28mil viajeros (Wow!), Espania 13mil, y la bella Ecuador 11mil #Canada v …
 
#Atleti #Campeon #BarcaAtletico #LaFinaldelaLiga #FinalDeLiga #Costa #Turan #LaLigaFinale#Canada v USA 8/May game in WPG#CanWNT #JuventusFC #SerieA #Italia #UEFA #Brasil2014 #WorldCup #CanadaSoccerEN #DianaMatheson #CanWNT #TLN #UnivisionCanada #Univision #Atleti #AMadrid #CR7 #Cristiano #CRonaldo #RealMadrid #BMunich #Bayern #Chelsea #VitaChambers…
 
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