Hard Questions, Complex Answers
I recommend this podcast to anyone who is working or interested in working in the non-profit sector, or even just reducing human suffering in general. It’s really made me question a lot of my assumptions about how to approach issues of development and poverty. Most of the guests are somehow involved in addressing the refugee crisis, but apart from that there is a diverse range of backgrounds – some are in non-profits, some are in for-profit enterprises, some are refugees themselves, some are working for the UN. The diversity of backgrounds and approaches shows how exciting and uncertain the world of aid and development is right now, how fundamental the debates are, and how important it is that we get it right as soon as possible. Some great recent interviewees have been Rachel Glennerster, Chris Elias, and David Halpern. Favourite episode: Chris Elias
Alskjdfhg via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 08/28/18
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