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a just generation

PWRDF Youth Council

a just generation aims to connect listeners to the stories and lives of people who are making a world of difference. Rooted in the power of story to inspire and transform, a just generation, is a series of short conversations with people who are challenging norms, allies, educators, and folks working to bring about equity and justice.

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Colonialism, mining and a just future
Jan 6 2022
Colonialism, mining and a just future
"MiningWatch Canada works toward a world in which Indigenous peoples can effectively exercise their rights to self-determination, communities must consent before any mining activities may occur, and mineworkers are guaranteed safe and healthy conditions." Join PWRDF Youth Council Member and this month's host Darrah Smith in conversation with Jamie Kneen from MiningWatch Canada, to learn more about their work. Apologies for the sound quality, this will be fixed for the next episode.
Colonialism, mining and a just future
Jan 6 2022
Colonialism, mining and a just future
"MiningWatch Canada works toward a world in which Indigenous peoples can effectively exercise their rights to self-determination, communities must consent before any mining activities may occur, and mineworkers are guaranteed safe and healthy conditions." Join PWRDF Youth Council Member and this month's host Darrah Smith in conversation with Jamie Kneen from MiningWatch Canada, to learn more about their work. Apologies for the sound quality, this will be fixed for the next episode.
Shedding light on a World of Gifts
Nov 29 2021
Shedding light on a World of Gifts
There are many questions we receive throughout the year about the World of Gifts,  from the selection process to the implementation, in this episode host Su Mcleod is joined by PWRDF's Fundraising & Donor Relations Facilitator, Mike Ziemerink.  together they will explore those questions and shed some light on how the World of Gifts works.
Radio communication as a tool for climate action and climate justice.
Oct 4 2021
Radio communication as a tool for climate action and climate justice.
PWRDF is joining WACC (the World Association for Christian Communication) and local organization Grupo Comunicarte in a three-year partnership to promote people-led environmental protection among Indigenous, peasant and Afro-descendant communities across six affected regions in the Paramos, Colombia. Join Charlotte Lilly in conversation with Lorenzo Vagas as he shares more about the importance of this work and the power of community radio. WACC is a global organization based in Toronto and a pioneer of the communication rights movement since 1968. It is one of the few global organizations working to advance the communication rights of marginalized communities worldwide. As such, it has collaborated with thousands of grassroots communities, while advocating for systemic changes in legislation and policy at the national, regional, and international levels. Like PWRDF, it is a member of the ACT Alliance.
EP5 Youth engagement in tangible ways
Aug 2 2021
EP5 Youth engagement in tangible ways
Curious about the group bringing you these podcasts? This month, join PWRDF Youth Council members Jessica Steele, Charlotte Lilley, and Duncan Chalmers as they engage in conversation about the work of PWRDF Youth Council and the importance of youth engagement. Social Justice inFocus, a brand new program for high school aged youth centered around ecojustice and the UN SDGs, is also introduced and discussed.
EP4 Community as a dynamic force for change.
Jul 2 2021
EP4 Community as a dynamic force for change.
Join the conversation with PWRDF's Jeannethe Lara about the Civil war, displacement, and resettlement in Guatemala and the story of Ixmucane a grassroots women’s movement organized and led by local rural and Indigenous women. This month's host is Emily Walker.
EP3 HIV & AIDS, sexual reproductive health education, support & advocacy for those in the LGBTQ+ Community in El Salvador.
Jun 14 2021
EP3 HIV & AIDS, sexual reproductive health education, support & advocacy for those in the LGBTQ+ Community in El Salvador.
In El Salvador, people living with HIV and AIDS and victims of gender-based violence often live in secrecy and isolation. PWRDF partner CoCoSI (Committee Against AIDS) is trying to change that. Join Host Charlotte Lilley in conversation with Cesar Gamez to learn more. Visit PWRDF.org for more about CoCoSI
EP2 Partnership, funding and entering the development sector today.
May 31 2021
EP2 Partnership, funding and entering the development sector today.
Ever wondered how PWRDF is funded, how partnerships are made, and how evaluation of programs happens? Join host Robin Sulkko in conversation with Jeanine Cudmore and Bart Dickinson, as they discuss funding, partnerships, and programs,  and hear how they got involved in the development sector and what advice they have for folk who are interested in entering the field today.
EP1 Gender Equality
Apr 21 2021
EP1 Gender Equality
Join this month's host Emily Walker in conversation with Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada Linda Nicholls and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCiC) National Bishop Susan Johnson to discuss gender equality through stories about tokenism, stereotypes, and the church’s progress towards a gender-equal world. How do you support women in the church?Resources Thursdays in Black Prayers and ceremony resource at vigils for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girlsReconciliation toolkitTruth and Reconciliation Black Anglicans Human Trafficking Anglican Church of CanadaEvangelical Lutheran Church in Canada Lambeth