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Alix Robertson and Phil Yeeles of The Centre for Education and Youth (along with their expert guests) explore developments in education and youth research and policy. There is a particular focus on how research can affect teachers, educational leaders and policy makers as well as others with a wider interest in improving outcomes for all of our young people. This is a UK based show.
 
Folkefeber er en podkast om sosiale ulikheter i helse. Første sesong handlet om norsk-somaliere under koronapandemien og andre sesong er om helsehjelp til papirløse migranter. Vi håper å engasjere studenter og andre til samfunnsmedisinen, og å bidra til å skape endring. Podkasten er laget av medisinstudentene ved Universitetet i Oslo Ida, Sine og Amanda, og har fått støtte fra Centre for Substainable Healthcare Education (SHE).
 
Sustainable Schools Virtual Summit. A rolling summit with insights from Headteachers, Teachers, Business Managers, Education Specialists, Pupils, Eco-Clubs and more as to how they have transitioned their schools into sustainable, climate literacy and cross-curricular climate curriculum Centres of Excellence with eduCCate Global.
 
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Prof. Charalee GRAYDON, JD, PhD Associate Professor of Mediation and Law EUCLID (Euclid University / Pôle Universitaire Euclide) Charalee Graydon was born in Alberta, Canada. She is a writer, journalist, academic and past lawyer. Her academic work is in the areas of mediation and conflict resolution and climate change education. She is a faculty me…
 
Traces: Stories of Migration- Traces is a long-term social engagement research-practice project led by Professor Lucy Orta, Chair of Art and the Environment, UAL, that explores the fundamental conditions relating to migration experiences, protection, and shelter. Students were presented with a unique opportunity to find innovative ways to interpret…
 
Fashion Business Research Centre and Fashion Innovation Agency:“The only truly sustainable option is to go naked... The next best solution is to dress digitally.” (Brooke Roberts-Islam, 2019).The Fashion Innovation Agency uses emerging technologies to disrupt existing practices in the fashion and retail industries. Our remit is to demonstrate how t…
 
Eliez Team - UCL, Barclays Eagle Labs and Disability Rights UK: “How can we design create adaptive clothing that will help reduce pressure sores for the disabled community that we can bring to market?” East London Inclusive Enterprise Zone (ELIEZ) is one of the first accessible entrepreneurship communities that features a specially designed program…
 
Digital Anthropology Lab Allotment Team: Explore the opportunities of what ‘digital growth’ could be in the context of community, landscape, and nature with Digital Anthropology Lab, London College of Fashion. Student teams were asked to consider how can digital enter this human equation; to understand the role of time in the digital, and to re-ima…
 
BACKWORDS is a high-end print centric lifestyle brand delivering unique redesigned heirloom prints and objects for interiors and clothing. Crafted from treasures that have fallen out of vogue or lay unused. Each design reflects an individual life narrative by offering a selection of modular transformable and reversible garments that work with the b…
 
Created and presented by Susanna Cordner, Senior Research Fellow: Archives at LCF, Sartorial Stories is our In Conversation series in which Susanna interviews leading figures from the fashion industry and invites them to bring in one item from their work or from their wardrobe.In this special episode of Sartorial Stories, Susanna chats with LCF Cla…
 
How to disrupt the market? This podcast will give you insights on how to start an innovative company and scale it up, from the perspective of two businesses that are part of the Fashion District: slow fashion brand Paynter and AI styling service Intelistyle. Listen to the founders' visions and learn how they approached the market to create disrupti…
 
In this episode, Bart Shaw, Head of Policy at The Centre for Education and Youth, shares with Phil Yeeles a selection of research that he has been reading lately. This episode looks first at Ofsted’s recent report on supporting pupils with SEND, before moving on to FFT Education Datalab’s recent piece on attainment disparity in the context of the C…
 
Inclusive working environments are a key focus for businesses today. Showing diversity in their workforce helps to create authentic messaging and inclusive company priorities. Yet, when it comes to neurodiversity, many employers remain unsure on accessibility, hiring strategies and effective workplace design to embrace atypical neurological process…
 
Gjennom en sesong preget av sterke møter og viktige historier sitter vi fortsatt med store spørsmål. Fordelt på tre temaer diskuterer vi med førsteamanuensis, frivillig lege ved Helsesenteret for papirløse og vår mentor, Anne Kveim Lie: hva er argumentene mot helsehjelp til papirløse? Hvordan er denne typen aktivisme med på å definere gruppen? Hva …
 
Hvordan er det egentlig for papirløse på norske sykehus? Hvordan er holdningene til leger, sykepleiere og administrasjonen? Hvilke diskusjoner forekommer, og hvordan er utredning, behandling og oppfølgning? Og hva kan man egentlig gjøre for å fremme papirløses helserettigheter i rollen som lege? Bli med oss i samtale med Wasim Zahid, for å diskuter…
 
LCF have teamed up with Curator, Researcher and Founder of African Style Archive, Tosin Adeosun, to deliver a week-long Instagram exhibition exploring African style and sartorial practices through imagery and conversation. For this exclusive podcast, Tosin is in conversation with Dr Christine Checinska - the V&A’s inaugural Curator of African and A…
 
This episode of The Youth and Education Podcast is the first in a special series, taking an in depth look at the topics explored in the new CfEY book 'Young People on the Margins'. CfEY Associate Alix Robertson listens in to a fireside chat between CfEY Chief Executive Loic Menzies and CEO of the Reach Foundation Ed Vainker, as they discuss their j…
 
Developing a mindset for what gives us pleasure as a way of navigating our career and lifestyle choices is becoming more important. In this episode we are joined by entrepreneurs; Oliver Weber – founder of Trashion Factory and Amos Eretusi - Founder of The Kusp, to discuss the importance of personal values and a pleasure-based mindset. When leverag…
 
Etter sterke historier, drøftinger og refleksjoner rundt papirløses situasjon med sesongens tidligere gjester sitter vi med et ønske om å bidra. Som helsepersonell er vi i en unik situasjon til å kunne hjelpe. Men hvordan er egentlig det juridiske grunnlaget for dette? Hva har vi rett til - og ikke minst plikt til - å gjøre, dersom vi som helsearbe…
 
Etter et sterkt møte med en papirløs familie, har Arne Viste i en årrekke engasjert seg for denne papirløse migranter gjennom aktivisme og bedriften sin Plog AS. Gjennom denne bedriften har Arne ansatt en rekke papirløse migranter, selv om det er ulovlig, samtidig som han har anmeldt seg selv for at arbeidsrettighetene til gruppen skal bli skikkeli…
 
Møt Svein Aarseth, allmennmedisiner og leder i Rådet for legeetikk i Legeforeningen. Svein har møtt mange papirløse på legekontoret, men føler ikke at han har fått gitt tilstrekkelig hjelp – hvorfor ikke? Vi diskuteres legers plikt til å si ifra om det som er urett, og om det bør bli en del av medisinstudiet å lære å uttale seg i media. Bør leger v…
 
I episoden med Nasim hørte vi litt om helsesenteret for papirløse i Oslo. Senteret, drevet av Kirkens Bymisjon og Røde Kors, tilbyr en rekke helsetjenester for papirløse migranter, men er dette en oppgave de egentlig bør ha? VI har pratet med leder for senteret, Linnea Näsholm, og frivillig sykepleier Åsne Rosseland om hvem det er som søker hjelp p…
 
In this episode, Baz Ramaiah, Associate with the Policy Strand at The Centre for Education and Youth, shares with Phil Yeeles a selection of research that he has been reading lately. This episode focusses on social class and social mobility. Baz and Phil talk about the political context and consequences of the 1944 Education Act; a longitudinal stu…
 
THE CLIMATE SCIENCE IS CLEAR WE ARE RUNNING OUT OF TIME Are you and your school equipped to prepare your students to navigate and succeed in this climate-challenged world? eduCCate Global is ready to empower every teacher in every school around the world, to incorporate climate change education (Climate Literacy, Carbon Literacy, Transition and Tra…
 
In this special episode of Careers in Fashion, we are joined by Academy Award nominee Marc Pilcher, fresh from designing hair and make-up for the hit Netflix Series Bridgerton, and LCF International Coordinator Elizabeth McLafferty who is currently researching appropriations of identity through hair and faith. We will explore the processes behind c…
 
In this episode of The Youth and Education Podcast, Trainee Associate at CfEY Vanessa Joshua talks to Alice Wilcock, Senior Policy Analyst at the Centre for Social Justice about exclusions, alternative provision and the new APPG on School Exclusions and Alternative Provision.Autor: The Centre for Education and Youth
 
Graham Williams, CMC, B.Com Hons, B.A. is on the Council of the International Mananagement Consultants and Master Coaches of South Africa (IMCSA), a certified management consultant and executive master coach, thought provoker, speaker and author of 9 business books who has worked in over 40 countries and many sectors around the world. He is a manag…
 
Andrew Stein FOUNDER & EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN Andrew Stein founded the Orphaned Starfish Foundation in 2001 to help orphans, victims of abuse, survivors of trafficking, indigenous populations, refugees and at-risk youth worldwide escape their cycles of poverty and abuse through education and job training. From humble beginnings building a small compute…
 
Franziska Elmer Research Fellow School for Field Studies Franziska Elmer PhD is a research fellow with School for Field Studies at the Center for Marine Resource Studies in South Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands and one of the hosts and the executive producer of the Sargassum Podcast. She has spent much of her career in the Caribbean, including vol…
 
Our achievements at GCS with Sustainability and the Carbon Footprint Buster challenges. Our journey to achieve the ‘Bronze Award’. The positive involvement and response of the GCS student, staff and parent community. Our continued efforts inspite of covid. At GCS we have Conducted grade wise assembly for the students on sustainability. Published th…
 
John Bunzl John Bunzl is a global political activist and businessman. In 2000, he founded the Simultaneous Policy (Simpol) campaign, a way for citizens to use their votes to drive politicians towards global cooperation. It has supporters in over 100 countries and enjoys the support of a growing number of Members of Parliament around the world. He h…
 
Diversity and inclusion is a high priority for all businesses around the world. We are moving towards more inclusive working environments, which are affecting companies' recruitment, culture, and skills. In this episode we discuss of the concept of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and the challenges that businesses face to embrace these new…
 
Celebrating new work from Postgraduate courses at the London College of Fashion, this series explores a range of provocative, imaginative and critical projects developed by students from MA Fashion Curation, MA Fashion Cultures and Histories and MA Fashion Journalism. Each of the three episodes will explore a theme or perspective highlighted in thi…
 
Celebrating new work from Postgraduate courses at the London College of Fashion, this series explores a range of provocative, imaginative and critical projects developed by students from MA Fashion Curation, MA Fashion Cultures and Histories and MA Fashion Journalism. Each of the three episodes will explore a theme or perspective highlighted in thi…
 
Celebrating new work from Postgraduate courses at the London College of Fashion, this series explores a range of provocative, imaginative and critical projects developed by students from MA Fashion Curation, MA Fashion Cultures and Histories and MA Fashion Journalism. Each of the three episodes will explore a theme or perspective highlighted in thi…
 
Ambassador and Panelist for International Children's Month - have conducted and will be regularly conducting children's sessions on peace, love, and respect and care for all children and children's rights.Autor: eduCCate Global
 
I am Erfan Firouzi and I am 16. I have always loved the natural world, and so started researching scientifically on animals and plants within the past 6 years or so. Within the past 6 years of my research I have been to different habitats that provided a home for different Creatures from insects, all the way to the humpback whales. Within the last …
 
Alexis Eyre Sustainable Marketing Consultant Green Eyre Certified sustainable marketing consultant specialising in strategy, purpose, events and partnerships. I have marketing experience in all three sides of the triangle – media owner, client and agency side. Having worked across a number of industries, the global marine industry is where I have s…
 
Kenneth Kwok​ Founder and CEO of Global Citizen Capital Mr. Kenneth Kwok is the Founder and CEO of Global Citizen Capital, an impact-oriented multi-family office venture based out of Hong Kong focused on healthcare, technology, renewables and education. He is also a serial entrepreneur, co-founding the MXA Group and Family Mask (for-profit), and Be…
 
In this episode we are joined by experienced fashion tech specialists; Moin Roberts-Islam from the Fashion Innovation Agency and Emily Roosen; Head of 3D Transformation at STITCH. We discuss the importance of 3D transformation technology and its impact on emerging graduate roles and skill sets. Career planning whilst at university to ‘get ahead’ an…
 
In this episode, Dr Sam Baars, Director of Research and Operations at The Centre for Education and Youth, shares with Phil Yeeles a selection of research that he has been reading lately. This episode focusses on area-based inequalities. Sam and Phil talk about the different ways in which researchers classify areas, the factors that drive young peop…
 
My name is Sania Anand and I am currently 15 years old. I have grown up in the city of Mumbai, watching it rapidly transform into a concrete jungle. Living in this industrialized city in a developing nation, I have heard of numerous floods, heatwaves, droughts and pollution that have robbed thousands of their lives and livelihood. My curious nature…
 
Sesongens siste episode av Folkefeber er ute! I denne episoden er det bare oss fire bak podden, og vi diskuterer kjempespennende spørsmål fra dere, samt hva vi selv mener er det viktigste vi sitter igjen med og har lært av arbeidet med podkasten. Selv om det ikke blir noen ny diskusjonsepisode i nærmeste fremtid, er vi minst like interesserte i kom…
 
I dagens episode har vi vært å heldige å få møte Embla Regine Mathisen, leder i Changemaker! Etter diskusjon rundt situasjonen til norsk-somaliere under koronapandemien på flere nivåer og fra flere perspektiver, sitter vi igjen med to ting: det føles enormt stort og uhåndgripelig; enda viktigere ønsker vi å bidra til å gjøre en forskjell. Derfor sp…
 
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