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Poverty Research & Policy

Institute for Research on Poverty

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The Poverty Research & Policy Podcast is produced by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) and features interviews with researchers about poverty, inequality, and policy in the United States.
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“Breaking the Cycle of Poverty” explores why poverty remains such a persistent problem in the United States and how individuals and organizations can help people secure economic independence and a higher quality of life.
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Peace Out Poverty

United Way GenNEXT - Alberta Capital Region

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Peace Out Poverty highlights various aspects of poverty impacting the Alberta Capital Region community and what philanthropists in their 20s and 30s can do to take action.
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This podcast series gets at the ugly truth of why marginalized populations stay on the margins. Dr. Kish begins this needed discussion sharing her personal journey of over 20 years going upstream to find solutions to people-centered issues within severely broken systems including education, health care, justice, labor and housing. She charges each person to be brave while challenging bullies, wimps and poverty pimps who are uniquely positioned to stunt progress.
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Extreme poverty can be solved! Co-hosts Wade Griffith and Mark Mastalski of the Shanta Foundation discuss innovative solutions to global poverty and hunger. Guests include development implementors, funders, and recipients. Special thanks to Fort Lewis College's radio station, KDUR, for their recording expertise and live airing of RISE.
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Podcast From A Poverty Skola from the Unhoused Nation called amerikkklan- The introduction to the podcast series created by formerly unhoused, incarcerated revolutionary daughter of Dee, single.mama, co-founder of POOR magazine/Prensa POBRE/ , journalist, teacher, poet &welfareQUEEN
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This is a conversation podcast by Duncan Green, strategic adviser for Oxfam GB, author of ‘How Change Happens’ and Professor in Practice at the London School of Economics. This personal reflection is not intended as a comprehensive statement of the agreed policies of either Oxfam or the LSE. https://oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/
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In this podcast, Silas Majambere discusses with various experts the issues of inequity in global health and in particular the inadequacy of malaria control strategies in Africa. Silas Majambere is a Public Health Entomologist who has spent 20 years of his career studying and fighting mosquitoes that transmit malaria. If you are interested in global health equity, and the intricacies of poverty and international aid, this podcast is for you.
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In conversation with others, we explore how poverty affects the mind, relationships, emotions and society as a whole, and what can be done to change it. Hear from activists, researchers, policy makers, and those with lived experience of poverty around the world.
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The whole world has a stake in the war against poverty and leaders across the globe are looking for a permanent solution. That’s why economist Barry Asmus and theologian Wayne Grudem have teamed up to outline a robust proposal for fighting poverty on a national level.
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The whole world has a stake in the war against poverty and leaders across the globe are looking for a permanent solution. That’s why economist Barry Asmus and theologian Wayne Grudem have teamed up to outline a robust proposal for fighting poverty on a national level.
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Poverty and homelessness are the result of failed policy decisions. Each month, join a staff member from the National Health Care for the Homeless Council as they talk to expert guests to explore the connection between structural and social policy issues and poverty. If you're curious about how to help the 40 million people living under the poverty line and the millions more harmed by poverty policies, this podcast is for you.
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Poverty Sux

Alex Vasquez

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Welcome to Poverty Sux, where we explore business, personal growth, relationships, sales, and impacting your community with contribution. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alex-vasquez6/support
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The whole world has a stake in the war against poverty and leaders across the globe are looking for a permanent solution. That’s why economist Barry Asmus and theologian Wayne Grudem have teamed up to outline a robust proposal for fighting poverty on a national level.
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The Anti-Poverty Message is about us versus them. It's about coming together and sharing ideas to help each other succeed. Each One Teach One Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antipovertmessage/support
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Adam Shand investigates the role of education in breaking poverty in these unprecedented times and safeguarding the future of the next generation. More than 1.2 million Australian children are living in poverty and thousands more are at risk as the nation slips into recession amid the COVID global pandemic.
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War on Poverty Conference

UC Davis Center for Poverty Research

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Poverty experts from across the country gathered Jan. 9 and 10, 2014 at UC Davis for the War on Poverty Conference, a national conference held by the UC Davis Center for Poverty Research and co-sponsored by the All-University of California Group in Economic History. Recordings of conference presenters and discussants, as well as papers and presentation slides, can be viewed at http://poverty.ucdavis.edu/event/war-poverty-conference.
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During an interview with my mom, who was born in Ecuador, we talk about her past experiences and her opinion on all the poverty in Ecuador. Please enjoy! Cover art photo provided by Filip czech on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@masterfahrenhei
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Poverty Talk Podcast W// Lady Lue. You gotta have tuff skin, to listen in!! The coldest topics we sweep under the rug in the hood. Hood politics that creates a dialogue for my people to think about. My experiences with poverty, hunger, domestic abuse, gun violence, and other traumatic events, gave me the strength to be a voice for my people. This is my calling, I hope yall feel me! "Holding my people down and accountable is my Motto"!! You can debate with me, educate me, but never call me CR ...
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My podcast is about UNITING. People of the same vision, heart, goals, and means to change this world into a better place for our future and our future generations to come. Who among us is the strength for the rest who are weak? Who will unite with ME and NOT fear? Who has NO FEAR?
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A new MP3 sermon from First Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Christ’s Poverty and the Grace of Giving Subtitle: Missions Conference 2024 Speaker: Aaron Halbert Broadcaster: First Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 2/25/2024 Bible: 2 Corinthians 8:1-15 Length: 31 min.…
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GELI Stories: - Building Coalitions between UN Agencies and Government Ministries in Eswatini - Working in closed and informal political spaces like Eritrea 4 posts on future of UK Aid under Labour: - Two from Andy Sumner of Kings - Options for UK Aid: DFID survivor Tom Wingfield responds to Andy Sumner - Lisa Nandy on UK's Future Development Polic…
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Black Meccas are cities where it appears that Black communities thrive more-so than other places in the United States. However, the housing values of Black-owned properties in these areas are substantially lower compared to their white counterparts, revealing the presence of wealth inequality even in cities where Black people are thought to experie…
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Dr. Kish Cumi Price discusses the dangerous convention of bullies, wimps, and poverty pimps that perpetuate the oppression of marginalized populations. She shares her personal experiences growing up in Flint, Michigan, witnessing divides and questioning their existence. Dr. Price reflects on her observations in various cities and the resistance to …
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The complex needs of Albertans living with disabilities are being supported in part by organizations like the YWCA. In this episode we are joined by Chandra MacLeod, who is the director of external relations for the YWCA and has an extensive history of working with people living with a disability. Also, Donna Bedard, who lives with a physical disab…
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A new MP3 sermon from First Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Christ’s Poverty and the Earnestness of Going Subtitle: Missions Conference 2024 Speaker: Aaron Halbert Broadcaster: First Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 3/3/2024 Bible: 2 Corinthians 8:16-24 Length: 32 min.…
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A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church of Minot is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Philippians 1:1-2 - An Overview Subtitle: Unity through Humility Speaker: Greg Demme Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church of Minot Event: Sunday Service Date: 2/18/2024 Bible: Philippians 1:1-2; Acts 16:6-40 Length: 35 min.…
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How Blogs can Change Government Policy Six big humanitarian policy trends for 2024 What are the Grounds for Hope in a World of Wrecks? The Rise of 'Trust-Based Philanthropy' - aka Unconditional Cash Transfers to NGOs Is Poverty Porn a thing of the past? Yes and NoDe către From Poverty to Power
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Promo | The Why Dr. Kish shares why this podcast is necessary. First episode drops 2.22.2024 This podcast gets at the ugly truth of why marginalized populations stay on the margins. Dr. Kish begins this needed discussion sharing her personal journey of over 20 years going upstream to find solutions to people-centered issues within severely broken s…
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Where you live can affect the quality of education you receive, your chances of finding a good job, and even how long you might live. In their new book, “The Injustice of Place: Uncovering the Legacy of Poverty in America,” Dr. Luke Shaefer and his co-authors Kathryn Edin and Timothy Nelson create a new way of looking at poverty, called the Index o…
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Carl Manlan is an Economist working at the intersection of public, private and civil society sectors. He is a development practitioner with experience in health financing, private foundations, inclusive impact and sustainability.De către Silas Majambere
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Child Protective Services (CPS) involvement is common, especially for children experiencing poverty, or who are Black or Native American. About a third of children are subject to a CPS investigation before their 18th birthday, but research shows reducing child poverty could help change this. In this episode, Dr. Jessica Pac discusses the recent pap…
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Sherwin Charles is a co-founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Goodbye Malaria, an African initiative to eliminate malaria in Southern Africa. In this episode we discuss his journey into the fight against malaria, the role of the private sector and the financing of malaria elimination; the current reliance on commodities and the role of communi…
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Links I Liked UN Women makes Norm Change central to its mission What's it like Explaining NGOs to Senior Military types from 40 Countries? Feminist Climate Justice – what is it and how could it help? Mia Mottley on Slavery, Poverty, George Floyd, Climate and the Future of the World Some last minute Christmas book presents…
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Reparations for Black Americans is not a new idea—before the U.S. Civil War had ended, there was a proposal to provide freed Black people with “40 acres and a mule.” That did not materialize, and in the ensuing century and a half, the Black descendants of formerly enslaved people have faced systemic injustices, discrimination, and violence. In this…
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Dr Michael Adenkule Charles is the CEO of the RBM Partnership to End Malaria. He is at the forefront of convening and collaborating with over 500 partners, in the combined mission towards the elimination of malaria. In this episode, I chat with Dr Charles about the issues of localization and agenda setting for malaria elimination in Africa; the ove…
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Many people suffer from not getting enough sleep from time to time. But for many people of color and those who are living in low-income neighborhoods and housing, additional factors may contribute to chronic poor sleep quality. Those factors can have long-term impacts on their health and well-being, including higher rates of heart disease, diabetes…
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