AlertNet Climate in Translation explores – in languages from Kiswahili to Urdu - how climate change is impacting the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people.
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By which, we mean we’ve a history of being involved in very funny comedy, from the Secret Policeman’s Ball to the Edinburgh Festival. Free speech and freedom of expression are at the heart of Amnesty’s work – and they are at the heart of comedy.
Our podcasts, live from the Edinburgh fringe, the Human Rights Action Centre, and elsewhere, celebrate the best comedy around and look at the human rights issues we all need to know about.
On this channel our staff and partners report live from the field about work that is improving the lives of poor people in more than 60 countries.
You can hear our humanitarian staff give the latest information on emergencies, such as floods, earthquakes and famines, and how we are delivering emergency relief to the people affected. And you can get the most up to date reports on our longer-term work to end poverty, delivered from within the communities themselves.
Unsurprisingly, the audio on this channel can be a little rough. For a more polished set of podcasts check out our other AudioBoo channels here http://audioboo.fm/channel/ca_global or search for us on iTunes.
We need 100,000 voices to put children's rights on the world agenda. Please give loudly!
By adding your voice to UNICEF UK’s first vocal petition you can help us speak out against the issues that continue to affect millions of children around the world - disease, poverty, disaster, hunger and lack of water. Simply by leaving your voice you take us one step closer to our goal of making 2012 the year the world turns up the volume on children’s rights.
Once we've reached 100,000 voices listen out - we're going to be making a lot of noise...
Torturers. Dictators. Gun-runners. They, and many others, want you to ignore this.
Because if you do, you won’t find out how they’re trying to undermine our human rights, and how you can stop them.
Amnesty International is a movement of over 3 million ordinary people, all of us determined to stand up for humanity and for human rights. Listen to find out more about our work and campaigns and hear from the people you’ve helped, as well as our supporters defending them.
Today 1.3 billion people live in extreme poverty. Tonight 900 million will go to bed hungry. Yet our world has never been richer.
Christian Aid believes that poverty can and must be ended. Listen to regular podcasts from the Communications Team at Christian Aid as we meet the people and see the work that is transforming the lives of poor people in more than 60 countries around the world.
RTE Radio 1's Documentary on One unit is currently the most successful radio documentary unit in the world.
It has won over 32 national and international awards in the last 3 years alone.
Exploring mostly Irish stories about mostly Irish people and events –'Documentary on One' productions are real stories told by real people - all about life, experiences, perspectives and a whole lot more.'