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Stories from all around the world! Every Sunday features a guest from a different country across the globe and spreads awareness of different perspectives and ways of life. Season One: "Looking Through the Lens" is exploring the idea of a Cultural Lens we all wear and helps us become aware of it. You don't have to travel to become more of a global citizen who cares about the world as a whole. Let's look at the world Cross-Culturally! <3 📱 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/crossculturally/
 
Welcome to the CupArise Podcast. This platform is for sharing relatable and empowering perspectives on breast cancer for black women and their loved ones either living in their home countries or in the diaspora. Each episode, we will look to answer questions such as, why do barriers to early presentation persist? How can we enhance breast cancer awareness at an individual level? We will discuss facts about breast cancer, and the importance of early detection. Guests will share stories of the ...
 
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Apprenticeships, a tool to develop much-needed occupational competence, can play a vital role in widening entry routes into the creative and cultural sector thus diversifying its workforce. If entry routes into the cultural sector should be available for all those with talent, why does the sector not make better use of Apprenticeships, which addres…
 
The second guest was born and raised in Japan. In the episode, she shares her opinion on French, British, and Japanese farming, how farmers approach their job differently around the world. She talks about her passion for cooking meals from foreign countries - China, France, Italy, Cambodia, and more. She also mentions specific meals for the main Ja…
 
In a sector rocked by the pandemic, freelancer workers have been hit hard without the structure or financial support of an organisation. Freelancers are multiskilled, resourceful, creative, passionate, adaptable, and dynamic individuals, but if they have been abandoned by the cultural sector during this time, then why should they return as the indu…
 
The first guest was born and raised in Germany. He lives in the financial capital of Germany and also the European Union - Frankfurt. In the episode, he shares his opinion on Germany and German stereotypes, talks about his approach towards veganism, he also mentions what it is like to date a feminist, and explains how the payment gap between gender…
 
Have you ever thought about what influences the way you look at the world around you? Cultural Lens is formed during childhood and many people do not even realize it is there. It plays a huge role in the comments we make, the opinions we hold, and the decisions we take. Yet exploring your own cultural lens can take time and effort but it is a cruci…
 
With the pandemic having a disproportionately negative effect on young people trying to build careers in the creative industries, has an already-established prejudice against hiring from disadvantaged background become even worse? Joining the discussion is Suba Das, Artistic Director and CEO of HighTide; and Vilma Nikolaidou Associate Director, Peo…
 
In this inspiring and transforming episode with Eden A. Onwuka (MBA), a John Maxwell Certified Relationship and Mindset Coach, fondly called ‘The Sage’, there are valuable lessons for everyone! With delicate depth, she shares on the power of gratitude in dark times, and the potent force of affirmations for different facets of life. Highlights inclu…
 
In this inspiring episode, I have a heartfelt chat with Olanrewaju Temitayo Lasisi, an entrepreneur, as she shares on her experiences, during and after her cancer treatment, and on how she summoned up the courage to navigate the process. There is no manual for going through the cancer journey, especially as a single parent. Her story shows the stre…
 
In this episode, I chat with Dr Jonathan Oloyede, a medical doctor and leader of City Chapel, UK, as he expounds on the role of faith in medicine. This topic attracts varying opinions and the perceived mutually exclusive choice, between seeking medical help and faith-based healing, has been cited as a barrier to the early detection of breast cancer…
 
In this inspiring episode, Dr Ukpong Nwankwo, a physician, healthcare advocate and breast cancer survivor, shares on the fears she experienced, as well as the impact of perspective during her cancer journey, and beyond. You will learn: · The influence of your perspective and the benefits of the right focus. · The effect of thoughts on life’s outcom…
 
In this episode: I sit down with Flo Aderoju for a heartfelt chat about her breast cancer journey. Flo shares her story, from the stark emotions she experienced the moment she received the diagnosis, to the highs and lows of the days and months that followed, and how she got through these periods. Truly, she has birthed purpose through her pain – u…
 
In this informative and insightful episode, Dr Dayo Kuku (also known as Dr K) discusses facts and debunks myths about breast cancer. With the growing prevalence of social media, it has become easier to access health information and there is a potential for misconceptions to spread rapidly. It is therefore important to learn the facts about breast c…
 
As part of our mission to enhance breast cancer awareness in black communities, we have created this platform to highlight facts about breast cancer, and encourage open discussions about the disease. In this episode you will learn about: · Evidence on breast cancer in low-income countries and the challenges of late detection of the disease. · The n…
 
This episode is an introduction to the CupArise Podcast. CupArise is a breast cancer project which is on a mission to change the narrative of breast cancer in black communities by enhancing awareness campaigns on breast cancer and supporting linkage to care. This platform aims to share relatable and empowering perspectives on breast cancer for blac…
 
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