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Maw-lukutinej is a Mi'kmaw phrase that means "let's work together". This podcast emerges at the intersection of university-community research relationships between Grenfell Campus, Memorial University in Corner Brook and Mi'kmaw communities in the Bay St. George Region on the island of Ktaqmkuk (Newfoundland). ************************************************************************ SERIES ONE is set as a conversational discussion over a cup of tea with presenters Brady Reid, Elder Calvin Whi ...
 
Ez a Védelmi Vonalak, a banki kontroll funkciók podcastja. Célom a compliance, a kockázatkezelés, a belső ellenőrzés és a bankbiztonság aktuális trendjeinek, lehetséges jövőjének felvázolása a szakma legjelesebb képviselőinek segítségével. Vendégeim minden esetben olyanok, akik a maguk szakterületén nagyot alkottak, munkájukkal hozzájárultak a prudens banki működéshez és a pénzintézetekbe vetett bizalom növekedéséhez.
 
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Az adás vendége a hazai kockázatkezelői szakmai egyik legtapasztaltabbika, az ERSTE Bank kockázatkezelési igazgatója, Matis Ágnes! Körüljárjuk a fizetési moratórium témáját kockázatkezelői oldalról, beszélgetünk a kormányzati intézkedés pénzügyi szektorra, illetve az ügyfelekekre gyakorolt hatásáról, potyautasokról, valódi rászorulókról, pénzügyi t…
 
Hello and welcome to the MAW-LUKUTINEJ PODCAST. Maw-lukutinej is a Mi'kmaw phrase that means let's work together. Series three of this podcast is a discussion that focuses primarily on a recent article by Justin Brake, exploring the ethics of Indigenous ancestry and claiming Indigenous identity. In this episode, Justin, Ivan J, and I discuss the pe…
 
Hello and welcome to the MAW-LUKUTINEJ PODCAST. Maw-lukutinej is a Mi'kmaw phrase that means let's work together. Series three of this podcast is a discussion that focuses primarily on a recent article by Justin Brake, exploring the ethics of Indigenous ancestry and claiming Indigenous identity. In this episode, we discuss consultation, Indigenous …
 
Hello and welcome to the MAW-LUKUTINEJ PODCAST. Maw-lukutinej is a Mi'kmaw phrase that means let's work together. Series three of this podcast is a discussion that focuses primarily on a recent article by Justin Brake, exploring the ethics of Indigenous ancestry and claiming Indigenous identity. In this episode, we share our respective positionalit…
 
Hello and welcome to the MAW-LUKUTINEJ PODCAST. Maw-lukutinej is a Mi'kmaw phrase that means let's work together. Series three of this podcast is a discussion that focuses primarily on a recent article by Justin Brake, exploring the ethics of Indigenous ancestry and claiming Indigenous identity. In this episode, Justin Brake, Ivan J White, and Kell…
 
Learning of his Mi’kmaw ancestry came as a surprise to Justin Brake, who always considered himself a Newfoundlander. What might it mean, he asks, to ethically explore the question of his identity? Kelly Anne Butler and Ivan J White sit down with Justin Brake to discuss his article, titled KTAQMKUK, published in ISSUE 80 of Maisonneuve. Read it HERE…
 
In this episode, we return to the conversation with myself, Arlene White, Kelly Vodden and Brady Reid to end this series. We discuss engaged research, who benefits, in what ways, and why it’s important to understand that a community has a choice to participate in ways that are in line with their own priorities and context.…
 
In this episode, we meet dr. Raymond Thomas, an associate professor in the school of science and the environment at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University. Dr. Thomas is joined by Mi’kmaw guide Ivan White Sr., Ivan J. White Jr., and Brady Reid to discuss Maw-lukutinej in practice. Dr. Thomas and Ivan White Sr. collaborated to study lipids in the meat…
 
In this episode, we meet Elder Dr. Calvin White who shares historical and contemporary collaborations with academics, the lasting effects, the knowledge gained and the importance of trust and empowerment of community. We then meet Dr. Stephen Decker who explains how and why non-indigenous researchers and in particular graduate student supervisors c…
 
In this episode, myself, Brady, Kelly V. and Arlene focus on relationships as living processes that make positive and mutually beneficial, reciprocal collaborations with indigenous communities.Brady Reid による
 
In this episode, you will hear from me, Kelly Anne Butler, and meet Arlene White, Kelly Vodden, and Brady Reid. We introduce ourselves, who we are and what we do, as well as the meaning behind Maw-lukutinej.
 
This time I was joined by a world-famous writer, one of the most recognized experts on organized crime, Jeffrey Robinson! Jeffrey is the bestselling author of more than 30 books (The Laundrymen, The Merger, The Sink, The Takedown and many more!), and perhaps best known for writing about money laundering, fraud and other financial crimes. Actively m…
 
The final episode for Season 3 has a plethora of voices all asking for the same thing: fund our future, not gas. The Australian School Strike for Climate crew have struck again. Just before our state was locked down due to another covid outbreak thousands of students walked out of school and gathered in major cities and country towns. Allie went to…
 
In this episode I am accompanied by a super experienced AML and compliance professional, Sorin Anghel! Sorin is an engineer by his background and joined PW Central and Eastern Europe in the 90s being involved in the audit and advisory activities mostly for financial institutions in The Czech Rep, Romania and the former CIS space. He has continued h…
 
Az adás vendége a Magyar Nemzeti Bank egyik legdinamikusabban fejlődő igazgatóságának, a Tőkepiaci és Fogyasztóvédelmi jogérvényesítési területnek a hihetetlenül profi és szakmája iránt mélyen elkötelezett vezetője, dr. Barnóczki Péter. Beszélgetés arról, hogy mik a legfontosabb tulajdonságai egy sikeres felügyeleti munkatársnak, hogy a piacbefolyá…
 
This episode takes a look at a local bakery and how it can be an example of everything we want to achieve in terms of community building, supporting local food systems and taking care of the planet. Find out more at https://saltgrasspodcast.com/2021/04/06/s3-e19-redbeard-bakery-with-john-reid/Saltgrass による
 
In this episode I am joined by an illustrious and marvelous anti-corruption, AML, fraud and data privacy expert, professor Mikhail Reider-Gordon, LL.M.! Mikhail is Managing Director of Institutional Ethics & Integrity with Affiliated Monitors, Inc. serving as an independent integrity monitor to global organizations, under regulatory settlement agre…
 
Beszélgetés arról, miképp nézett ki az IT security Magyarországon 20 évvel ezelőtt, a szakma honi megjelenésekor, milyen új IT biztonsági és csalás-megelőzési kihívásokkal szembesül egy bank járvány idején, mi vár ránk, ha végre elmúlik a pandémia, és még rengeteg érdekes dologról! Hangmérnök: Jacsó Bence…
 
Jessie Boylan is a PhD candidate at RMIT's School of Art. She has work in the upcoming Castlemaine State Festival called The Smallest Measure. Her thesis and upcoming art instillation has taken her out to the wilds of a remote outpost at the edge of Tasmania... to a place called Cape Grim where there is a science lab that tests the air coming in of…
 
Beszélgetés arról, milyen nehézségekkel szembesül egy vállalati compliance-es a jelenben, mik a jövő legnagyobb kihívásai a telco szektorban compliance szempontból, van-e lehetőség a pénzügyi szektorral való szorosabb együttműködésre és még rengeteg érdekes dologról! Hangmérnök: Jacsó Bence
 
In this episode we explore the alternative economic concept of Degrowth with Anitra Nelson and Terry Leahy. It is a growing movement across the world and has at it's heart sustainability and ways we can live in balance with the planet. Find out more and see the links and resources at saltgrasspodcast.com…
 
Beszélgetés a compliance jövőjéről, az Európai Unióból fújó passzátszélről, a “rule based” és a “principle based” felfogások közötti különbségekről, a digitalizációról, és még rengeteg érdekes dologról! Hangmérnök: Jacsó Bence
 
In today’s episode we are talking with Anton Vikstrom co-founder of the Good Car Company. These guys are helping the electric car (or EV) transition happen in Australia by facilitating bulk buy purchases of second hand vehicles from Japan. Find out why getting a second hand EV makes good sense for the environment and for you! Read full episode desc…
 
In today’s episode we hear from a couple of fellow sound producers who are making a podcast called Endgame. They too are exploring the journey this local community is undertaking towards a more sustainable future – with a focus on the transition to zero net emissions – or the local z-net movement. Kyla Brettle, Rob Law and I are all involved in tha…
 
A quick little message from Allie for the New Year. Some reflections on the year that has been and some thoughts and ideas for Saltgrass in 2021. We've been going since this time last year and look forward to another year of sharing our community's climate journey with you. Stay tuned....Saltgrass による
 
Beszélgetés arról, milyenek voltak a kezdeti körülmények a compliance magyarországi megjelenésekor, milyen tulajdonságai vannak egy jó compliance officernek, és hogy miért fontos a különböző kultúrákra, módszerekre való nyitottság. Szó esik arról is, miért hasznos, ha egy kontroll funkciós munkatárs napi fél órát sajtófigyeléssel tölt és persze még…
 
I am accompanied by an illustrious and highly skilled Chief Compliance Officer, Jamie Kelly! Jamie joined Westpac, one of the biggest banks in Australia in 2016 and he has been leading the compliance function for the Westpac Group since then.He began his legal career at Freehill Hollingdale & Page in Sydney. From 2008 to 2016, Jamie held senior leg…
 
In this episode we hear from Warwick Smith, a Castlemaine Local, about his dual careers as an ecologist and an economist. (You might remember him from the Student Strike Episode earlier this season) He is fascinating to talk to, I think, because so often we are presented with the idea that these two things are in competition with each other. Accord…
 
Az epizód vendége dr. Füredi Júlia, ismertebb nevén a "füredijuli", közkedvelt szervezetpszichológus és LinkedIn influencer! Beszélgetés arról, mi a különbség a banki, a biztosítói, a corporate és a vállalkozói lét között, milyen a jó HR, milyen a jó HR-es, miben tudnak egymással együttműködni a védelmi vonalak és a HR munkatársai, és arról, hogy m…
 
If you find talking about climate change difficult, you are not alone! A complex and contentious topic that often makes people anxious and overwhelmed… of course it is hard to talk about. Yet that is exactly what we must do if we are going to make sure everyone is paying attention to this critical issue. In this episode we talk with Rebecca Huntley…
 
Beszélgetés az IT sec aktuális trendjeiről, az egyre szigorodó szabályokról, és arról, milyen volt a piac egyik legismertebb és legelismertebb szakértőjének átülni a felügyeleti oldalra. Az adásból azt is megtudhatjátok, hogy tényleg olyan szigorú-e a hazai felügyelet, hogy milyen nőként érvényesülni egy ma még jellemzően férfiak által dominált sza…
 
In this episode I have two interviews for you. One with Gabe Lillington, the young man who was up the tree when the last show was recorded. He spent two nights and three days up in what is called the grandfather tree to successfully halt works until legal processes mandated a stop work reprise – until the 19th of November – which is this week. The …
 
I am joined by a very well-known and super experienced Chief Compliance Officer, the first ever Compliance manager for the German sales & marketing organization of Daimler AG, Alexander Ghazvinian! He also worked for Terex Corp., and in 2015 he was appointed Chief Compliance Officer by Maersk. Last year he joined SICPA, a Swiss-based global provide…
 
This week we chat to the people who have been protesting the controversial Western Highway upgrade near Ararat. The Djab Wurrung Heritage Protection Embassy has been existing amongst the contested trees for three years and this week one of the significant trees was cut down and others were at great risk. Protesters scrambled into action – some scal…
 
Az adás vendége Balogh László, a Pénzügyminisztérium pénzügypolitikáért felelős helyettes államtitkára. Beszélgetés a pénzmosás-megelőzés múltjáról, jelenéről és jövőjéről, az egyre szigorodó szabályokról és a nagy nemzetközi botrányokról, valamint a hazai bankszektor és a politika együttműködésének lehetőségeiről. Az epizódból az is kiderül, hogy …
 
Az adás vendége Jelasity Radován, az ERSTE Bank elnök-vezérigazgatója, a Bankszövetség elnöke. Beszélgetünk a bankok társadalomban és gazdaságban betöltött szerepéről, a kormányzattal való harmonikus együttműködés fontosságáról, a kontroll funkciók megnövekedett szerepéről és a compliance proaktivitásának szükségességéről. Az epizódból az is kiderü…
 
In this episode we chat with Jo Kaptein, manager of MASH (More Australian Solar Homes) They are a not for profit project that is organising bulks buys of solar panels right through central and northern Victoria. We discuss why rooftop solar is so important, the history of the project and what gets in the way of people getting solar on their roof. L…
 
In this episode I am joined by one of the biggest rockstars of compliance, Eric T. Young ! Eric is probably the most experienced (he started his compliance career in 1983!) and surely one of the most successful Chief Compliance Officers on Earth. He worked for FED, JP Morgan, CIBC, UBS, Royal Bank of Scotland, General Electric, Standard & Poors. Un…
 
Today we chat with Madeline Hudson about waste free cooking. She is about to run a zero waste cooking course through the Castlemaine Community House and has been running the community lunch for four years. Those locals to Castlemaine may have seen her performing as Lilly Pilly Green in the Zucchini Clan… But people may not know that she comes from …
 
Beszélgetés compliance és üzlet viszonyáról, digitalizációról, fintech inkubációról, a jövő banki termékeiről és banki dolgozóiról. Az adásból azt is megtudhatjátok, hogyan irányítja, és hogyan informálja kollégáit egy újvonalas felsővezető. Hangmérnök: Jacsó Bence
 
Today's episode is all about the proposed gas lead recovery for Australia and what our young people are doing to try and stop it. Firstly we will hear from Warwick Smith, an ecologist and economist, who lays out exactly why the gas lead recovery is a nonsense. Then we have two young people who have been involved in the school strike for climate mov…
 
Beszélgetés az IIA új ajánlásáról, compliance és belső ellenőrzés harmonikus együttműködéséről, a jó belső ellenőrzési vezető karakterisztikájáról, az új eszközökben rejlő lehetőségekről, kihívásokról és még rengeteg érdekes dologról.
 
In this episode we speak with Natalie Moxham, a Castlemaine resident of over 10 years. She was a driving force in the Castlemaine Commons you tube series, which was created recently to look at how our community was managing the various factors playing out in this time of pandemic. She has traveled the world and worked in many vulnerable communities…
 
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