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BC Council for International Cooperation
The British Columbia Council for International Cooperation (BCCIC) is a coalition of international development organizations. Through relationship-building with other networks, BCCIC works toward its goal of achieving sustainable global development in a peaceful and healthy environment with social justice, human dignity and participation for all.
Growing Up in America
Join noted child advocates Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK, a non-profit in Houston, Texas, for Growing Up in America every Monday! Growing Up in America features news, commentary, political and policy analysis, and special guests from across Texas and the United States from public officials to business and non-profits leaders. Important children's issues will be covered every episode, tune in and learn what it's like to be a kid Growing Up in America!
CHI Patient Perspectives Series
Loring Leeds is a patient from City of Hope, based in Duarte Calif., who was diagnosed with AIDS-related lymphomia in 1998. His long-term prognosis was bleak but that was about to change because of a clinical trial for gene therapy that was pioneered by City of Hope researchers and physicians.
Tea With PILPG
Tea with PILPG is a podcast hosted by Paul Williams, the President and Co-founder of the Public International Law & Policy Group (PILPG). Professional excellence and thematic issues—like current cease fires and peace negotiations, post conflict constitution drafting, and more—will be discussed over tea.
CHI podcasts will feature interviews, speeches and roundtable discussions with leaders in the life sciences industry. This series will help educate the community on issues that are important to CHI members and the industry.
Lighthouse Counsel » Podcasts
Lighthouse Counsel partners with respected nonprofits to develop and implement strategies that increase mission awareness, organizational effectiveness and philanthropic support.
Happy Trails Podcast
Podcast for the Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary.
The reality is staggering: Louisiana families are among the poorest people in America. Many of our clients suffer from a chronic condition of “not enough” which only perpetuates the systemic problems in families and the court system. People in poverty face challenges virtually unknown to those in middle class or wealth--challenges from both obvious and hidden sources. As you work with people from poverty, some understanding of how different their world is from yours will be invaluable. Based upon the work of Dr. Ruby Payne, this series will equip you with deeper understanding to improve your effectiveness in service to clients and offer hope in the darkness.