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Social work isn't dry, far from it. It lives and breathes daily, shaping our lives, and our communities, as the people at the heart of it continue in their mission to create a better reality for us all. 'The Social Chat' is the official podcast of Social Work News Magazine, sharing the stories of the people at the heart of the social care sector.
 
The Social Ideas podcast shares the impact of social innovation, its necessity and its capacity to challenge the status quo. Throughout this series, highly committed change makers in business, civil society, policy and academia will talk about their work, their ideas and their motivation to strive towards to a more equitable and sustainable world.The Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, acts as a platform for research and engagem ...
 
Featuring a variety of guests on each show, we highlight the work and thinking undertaken by the Bertha Centre and innovators researching, teaching and working in the field. The podcast focuses on the broad topics of social innovation and social justice - making these topics digestible and thought provoking for a cross section of society. We aim to appeal to people who are curious about solving social issues in the world around them and especially those who believe we can make the world a be ...
 
The idea for the ‘Talking Tech for Good’ podcast grew out of conversations between hosts Jason Bygate and Luvuyo Maskeo as they realised that they were coming up against similar issues in the social impact space when it comes to the adoption and use of technology by these organisations. This podcast sheds some light on the topic of tech and the ways that it can be harnessed to make life easier (and not more difficult, which can sometimes be the case!). Each podcast focuses on a specific topi ...
 
Social Entrepreneurship is a growing movement in South Africa as a way of connecting business and 'doing good'. Knowledge-sharing about this sector forms part of the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship’s mandate. This series offers case studies and practical guidelines for social entrepreneurs. This podcast series is developed by the Bertha Centre, a specialised unit at UCT's GSB, and Primedia Broadcasting. For more on the Bertha Centre, visit www.gsb.uct.ac.za/berthacen ...
 
Brooks Adams (1848-1927), was an American historian and a critic of capitalism. He believed that commercial civilizations rise and fall in predictable cycles. First, masses of people draw together in large population centers and engage in commercial activities. As their desire for wealth grows, they discard spiritual and creative values. Their greed leads to distrust and dishonesty, and eventually the society crumbles. In The Law of Civilisation and Decay (1895), Adams noted that as new popu ...
 
Brooks Adams (1848- 1927), was an American historian and a critic of capitalism. He believed that commercial civilizations rise and fall in predictable cycles. First, masses of people draw together in large population centers and engage in commercial activities. As their desire for wealth grows, they discard spiritual and creative values. Their greed leads to distrust and dishonesty, and eventually the society crumbles. In The Law of Civilisation and Decay (1895), Adams noted that as new pop ...
 
The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
Koffler.Digital Audio Programs is a stream that encompasses all of our downloadable audio content. Including artful audio walks, intriguing radio plays, thought-provoking podcasts, artist interviews and more! Koffler.Digital is a platform for 100% free, original digital arts experiences digital arts available 24/7 on your smartphone, tablet, or desktop, that uses the vigorous application of art, thought, and imagination on digital medias to explore the ideas that are shaping Toronto. We work ...
 
Glasgow based, multi-genre DJ and music enthusiast. Having supported some of the top names in electronic dance music, most recently at Colours massive event at The Galvanisers (SWG3) in Glasgow, I'm looking to add some more big names, venues and promoters to the lists below. Check out my socials or drop me a message (links below). Main Stage Support: --- Trance --- Giuseppe Ottaviani Eddie Halliwell Cosmic Gate Factor B Will Atkinson Scot Project Stoneface & Terminal Cold Blue Marco V Judge ...
 
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Do you believe that entrepreneurship has the power to transform Africa? It all boils down to the systems change privately owned businesses bring and their potential to drive continental development. The problems are evident in the global south but are the solutions just as evident? In this episode of Just for a Change, we feature The Raymond Ackerm…
 
It’s easy to forget that technology is only useful when it is implemented and implemented well. And this really is about people and how they interact with and embrace change. In the development sector, this includes people working on the ground, beneficiaries and funders and an understanding of how all these role-players interact is crucial. In thi…
 
This month we dive into the recent political scandals in Australian politics. Familiar Stranger Alex gives us a brief overview of the current scandal involving former New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian. He asks the strangers to consider what the relationship is between the states and their respective constituents. What do you think? Is pork…
 
In this episode of The Social Ideas Podcast, Masters in Social Innovation graduate, Eunice Baguma-Ball, explains why she founded the Africa Technology Business Network. She explores why social innovation and social enterprises should be organised according to place and community. Eunice also shares why she applied for the Masters in Social Innovati…
 
For this episode, Joe sits down with Susanna Trnka from the Anthropology department at the University of Auckland. Susanna is an associate professor in the anthropology department at the University of Auckland. Susanna received her PhD from Princeton before moving to Aotearoa/New Zealand in 2003. Her research has been undertaken in Fiji, the Czech …
 
Resistance to new ideas and technology is nothing new. Adoption of technology is a multi-faceted and complex issue, especially in a diverse landscape such as South Africa. How can organisations in the development space embrace change and what are the factors that need to be front of mind when doing so? In this episode of the Talking Tech for Good p…
 
The record-high youth unemployment statistics both nationally and internationally can be overwhelming. In season 2, episode 2 of the Just for a Change podcast, we explore the power of a systems thinking approach when attempting to slay this ‘giant’ of an issue. Systems thinking is a lens that helps to understand the grand scheme of things and how i…
 
With more than 64 million youth unemployed worldwide and 145 million young workers living in poverty, it is evident that youth unemployment is a complex problem that needs a complex solution. This global challenge can become overwhelming if seen as a one-dimensional issue. This is where systems thinking plays a powerful role in finding a solution. …
 
This week we’re diving into the world of Reborn dolls and celebrating Social Sciences week! Familiar Stranger Carolyn kicks us off by giving us an introduction into the world of reborn dolls, or dolls that have been “reborn” to mimic human babies. The familiar strangers ask about the uncanny valley, the various uses for treatment and where the judg…
 
In South Africa where data is amongst the most expensive in the world - how viable is it to use digital solutions in the development space when most often this is a barrier that beneficiaries will need to overcome? Why is data so expensive in South Africa? What is happening in this space and how are things like zero-rated sites helping to improve a…
 
Perhaps one of the most key issues facing South Africa in this digital era - connectivity. Technology has been called an equalizer but is this true in a country with some of the highest data costs in the world? In this episode podcast hosts, Luvuyo Maseko and Jason Bygate interrogate the issues surrounding connectivity and access. Joining this conv…
 
This week is familiar stranger Jarrod’s first interview! For this episode, Jarrod sits down with Dr Nicholas Ng from Western Sydney Uni’s Institute for Culture and Society. Dr Ng is a person of many hats, from co-directing the Sydney Conservatorium's very first 30-piece Chinese Music Ensemble to composing works for the likes of QL2 and the Melbourn…
 
In this cross-over between the Civic Tech in Africa podcast and the Talking Tech for Good podcast, co-hosts Jason Bygate (of Capacitate) and guest Munyaradzi Dodo (of Magamba Network) discuss how young people can have their voices better heard in the corridors of power. Munyaradzi shares the journey he undertook with his team to establish Open Parl…
 
In this episode of The Social Ideas Podcast, Elham Youssefian from the International Disability Alliance talks about the fears the Disabled women and girls of Afghanistan will be facing now the Taliban have taken over the country. Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation MSt in Social Innovation International Disability Alliance…
 
In this episode of The Social Ideas Podcast, researcher Kriti Sharma from the organisation, Human Rights Watch, discusses what life has been like for Disabled women in Afghanistan and what it could be now the Taliban have taken over. Kriti's work includes investigating and documenting human rights violations against Disabled people around the world…
 
This week we’d like to introduce you to our newest Familiar Stranger, Ruonan Chen! Ruonan is currently doing her fieldwork around hospitals and healing practises in the Tibet autonomous region. In this episode, the strangers dive into Ruonan’s work and learn more about how “healing” can take on many different forms. Ruonan describes her work and de…
 
Women are still changing the way we’re changing the world. In season 2, episode 2 of the Just for a Change podcast we tackle an important topic - empathic advocacy. The idea of a single life with multiple narratives running in parallel, is an intriguing one. It throws us off, and can perhaps even cause some discomfort. Who deserves our time and att…
 
In the fourth episode of The Social Innovation Think Tank, we discuss about 'Incubation in Isolation: supporting social entrepreneurs during a pandemic', shedding light on the impacts of the pandemic on social entrepreneurs in not only the UK but also Canada. Our guests are Dr Belinda Bell from Cambridge Social Ventures, Cambridge Centre for Social…
 
Although stories are powerful and have the potential to change our thinking, perceptions and perhaps even our actions. But it is empathy that gives stories their power in advocacy.In this episode of the Just for a Change podcast, we tackle the topic of empathic advocacy as we recognise the complexity of people's stories.Join us as we discover how i…
 
Before we dive into today’s episode we’d just like to add a content warning for this episode for mentions of slavery and sexual assaultThis week, we’re bringing you an extra special interview/panel.Familiar stranger Alex Zoomed in with Dr Caroline Schuster, Dr Sarah Abel and Dr Catherine Frieman to take a deeper dive into the dark side of genetic t…
 
You’ve identified that you need to implement eLearning at your organisation but where do you start with finding the right platform for your needs? Do you choose something that is already built or do you go for something custom designed? What about budget and testing the platform? How do you know your eLearning intervention is working? These are all…
 
In this episode of The Social Ideas Podcast, Dr Michelle Darlington chats to Andy Currie about his work and research in the field of Agroforestry and how the farming industry could be harnessing the power of trees to mitigate the challenges of climate change. Andy is a graduate of the MSt in Social Innovation and co-author of Farming with Trees: Re…
 
In this episode of the Talking Tech for Good podcast Jason and Luvuyo dive into the world of eLearning platforms and how to choose the best option for your organisation. If words like ‘moodle’, ‘google’ ‘LMS’ and Udemy make you feel overwhelmed, then you don’t want to miss this episode. TTFG podcast hosts are joined by Simone Peinke from Jobstarter…
 
And we’re back! This week we’d like to introduce our newest Familiar Stranger, Joe Clifford. Joe has just completed his Masters in Development Studies from the University of Auckland! To kick off his first panel, Joe discusses his research into the concept of Gotong Royong or mutual assistance in Indonesia. The rest of the Strangers weigh in on the…
 
The Just for a Change podcast team is back for another season of this noteworthy podcast on social innovation and systems change! In season one we focussed on unpacking and showcasing social innovation and entrepreneurship through the lens of systems change thinking. Season two builds on this foundation and we start to look both locally and outside…
 
Congratulations to the 2021 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize winners, awarded by Trinity Hall and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. The £10,000 awards are made annually to extraordinary founder-CEOs of scale-up social enterprises to support their growth as leaders. Mentoring from experts at Cambridge Judge Business School and support fro…
 
Congratulations to the 2021 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize winners, awarded by Trinity Hall and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. The £10,000 awards are made annually to extraordinary founder-CEOs of scale-up social enterprises to support their growth as leaders. Mentoring from experts at Cambridge Judge Business School and support fro…
 
Congratulations to the 2021 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize winners, awarded by Trinity Hall and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. The £10,000 awards are made annually to extraordinary founder-CEOs of scale-up social enterprises to support their growth as leaders. Mentoring from experts at Cambridge Judge Business School and support fro…
 
On Monday 19 July, we’ll be announcing the winners of the 2021 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize, awarded by Trinity Hall and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. The £10,000 awards are made annually to extraordinary founder-CEOs of scale-up social enterprises to support their growth as leaders. Mentoring from experts at Cambridge Judge Busi…
 
In this episode we'll talking about changemaking collaborations and innovations in health across the global south. And a great example of collaboration and innovation in this sector is the Social Innovation in Health Initiative, also known as SIHIWe have managed to bring together members from the Global South which is the regions of Latin America, …
 
Technology can be overwhelming at the best of times, and perhaps even more so when it feels like there is more urgency in adopting new technology and integrating it into existing structures within our organizations. How are you feeling about the adoption of e-learning and digital migration in your organisation? It’s possible that you may be amongst…
 
In this episode of the Talking Tech for Good podcast, Jason and Luvuyo talk about eLearning, how this impacts your organisation and why migration to tech in the development space is so important. They chat to Sukaina Walji from the Centre for Innovation and Learning in Teaching about how to go about creating good eLearning platforms, how one approa…
 
The team at TFS would like to say thank you to all our listeners this season and to everyone who has listened in to our podcasts and read the blog! We are taking a short season break and we will return with some new and improved content in July!But keep an ear out for some special content we recorded last year at the AAS! Let’s keep in touch. Feel …
 
In this episode of The Social Ideas Podcast, we find out how social innovation practitioners are rising up to meet the challenges unique to South Africa. Dr Solange Rosa is the Director of the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The centre is part of the Graduate School of Business at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.…
 
It’s hard to believe that the ‘Just for a Change' powered by the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship is wrapping up it’s first season! When this podcast launched in the middle of the pandemic last year it was a leap into the unknown and it’s really special to reflect back on all the episodes so far in this wrap-up episode of se…
 
‘Just for a change powered by the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship’ show notes Season 1 wrap-up episode teaser: Making sense of systems justiceCan you believe that we’ve reached the end of season one of the Just for a Change podcast? It’s been a jam-packed first season and in this season’s finale we unpack some of the themes…
 
This week we’d like to introduce a new Familiar Stranger, Jarrod Sim! Jarrod is a PhD student at the school of Archaeology and Anthropology at the Australian National University. His current research is an anthropologically-led study of how landscape has shaped the auditory cultures of a Paiwanese community in Taiwan. He investigates and comprehend…
 
This week we bring you a special collaboration between The Familiar Strange and the Australian Network of Student Anthropologists or ANSA. In this special collaboration, Familiar Stranger Alex sits down with Hanne Worsoe and Dr Romy Listo to discuss some of the difficulties that arise from working in particularly intense or distressing field sites.…
 
In this episode, we hear how founder and CEO of LAT Bionics, Enzo Romero, is developing technology to provide cost effective prostheses for the more than 12,000 Peruvians who are missing an upper body limb. Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation MSt in Social Innovation Social Innovation, the Kaleidoscope: Enzo Romero and the helping hand of Mechat…
 
In the second episode of The Social Ideas Podcast: a moment in time, Richard Akerele discusses Bristol's link to slavery. Richard is a graduate of the MSt in Social Innovation and the founder of the charity, East London Connect. The charity helps young people of ethnic heritage achieve their full educational and career potential. He is also a diver…
 
In the first episode of The Social Ideas Podcast: a moment in time, Richard Akerele discusses how a trip to the 'other side' of London inspired his MSt in Social Innovation research dissertation. Richard is a graduate of the MSt in Social Innovation and the founder of the charity, East London Connect. The charity helps young people of ethnic herita…
 
The Bertha Centre’s mission is to pursue social impact towards social justice in Africa, through teaching, knowledge-building, convening and catalytic projects with a systems lens on social innovation. The first academic centre in Africa dedicated to advancing social innovation and entrepreneurship, the Bertha Centre, in collaboration with the GSB,…
 
This month familiar stranger Tim kicks us off by pondering the ethnographic and anthropological nature of the award winning film Nomadland directed by Chloé Zhao. The strangers discuss the almost anthropological origins of the film and other similar works that deal with the precariat or nomads the movie is based around. The strangers then dive into…
 
The first academic centre in Africa dedicated to advancing social innovation and entrepreneurship, the Bertha Centre, in collaboration with the UCT Graduate School of Business, has integrated social innovation into the business school curriculum. In this episode, we’ll be hearing from current scholars Shannon van Wyk, Sampson Adotey and Tochukwu Eg…
 
This week Clair brings you an interview with Dr Yasmine Musharbash! Dr. Yasmine Musharbash is a senior lecturer at the School of Archaeology and Anthropology at the Australian National University. Her fieldwork is based in central Australia, and primarily centred on the Yuendumu, an Aboriginal community about three hours northwest of Alice Springs.…
 
Nathalia Grisard founded GNGR Bees to take a step towards countering the unsustainable practices of the fashion industry. In The Social Ideas Podcast: Passion and Purpose Before Profit, Nathalia shares the challenges she has overcome to create activewear made from a variety of waste items. She also discusses why her social enterprise’s purpose does…
 
With roughly 200 000 social benefit organisations listed on the department of social development, many of them working with young people it’s clear that there is fragmentation within the youth sector. The role of technology in driving integration and using technology as a leverage point to create more opportunities for young people is something wor…
 
This week we bring you another panel in our new format! This time, we’re diving into the conflict between Amazon and its workers in Alabama trying to form a union. Clair raises the topic of “corporate sassiness” and how we have started to attribute personalities and personhood to the social media presences of these gigantic companies. What do you t…
 
In the 11th episode of the Just for a change podcast. The Just for a Change podcast team will be dissecting the issue of fragmentation in the youth development sector and also looking at the role that technology is playing as a leverage point to drive integration. Subscribe to this podcast channel so you don’t miss out on the full episode launching…
 
Fundraising organisations safeguard against sexual harassment within their ranks, but what do they do when it’s a donor harassing a member of their team? In The Social Ideas Podcast: the sexual harassment of fundraisers, Masters in Social Innovation alumna Jessica Rose, discusses her dissertation ‘Why fundraisers tolerate sexual harassment from don…
 
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