By Voices Unheard Podcast
Voices UnheardJul 29, 2021
15| Tracey Curran: Koru Care
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14 | Daisy Rosales: Co-Founder of Brio
Welcome to Episode 14! Today's guest is Daisy Rosales. Daisy is the co-founder of Brio, a nonprofit that works with communities to design wellbeing and mental health initiatives. When she’s not working, she enjoys travel, writing, and browsing the local farmers’ markets for inspiration. Daisy is passionate about good food, reconnecting with nature, and gathering friends around the table.
Follow Brio's journey!
Brio’s Website: https://startbrio.org
Brio on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/startbrio/
Daisy on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daisyshihrosales/
Daisy on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daisysrosales/
Check out this episode's transcript on our website!
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13 | Geua Atkinson: Trauma & Abuse Survivor & Public Speaker
Coming up this week on the 17th of July is World Day for International Justice, which seeks to protect people from crimes of aggression, to support justice, and promote victims’ rights. This is why we're thrilled to Geua Atkinson for Episode 13. For 30 years she was a housewife and mother. But nearly a decade ago her husband left her and she had to rebuild her life while recovering from trauma and abuse. Now, she is helping other women who have been abused to take back control of their lives and understand the power they hold.
Follow Geua's Instagram or check out her book recommendations:
Seven Habits of Highly Effective People - Stephen R Covey
The Message of a Master - John McDonald
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12 | Tim Willis and Rebecca Enright: Carbon Bins
Welcome to Episode 12! Today’s episode is an area that unfortunately we haven’t had a chance to dive into, but it's something that all of us should care more about and think more about. Join me as I chat with Tim Willis and Rebecca Enright today. Tim is the President of Carbon Bins, an organisation that aims to educate, motivate, and inspire people to do something about carbon pollution. Rebecca's a Founding Member of Carbon Bins and she's also an Environmental Services Professional. In this episode, we talk about why caring about carbon is important when thinking about climate change, what carbon credits are, and what each of us as individuals can do to reduce our carbon footprint.
Check out Carbon Bin's Facebook page:
Carbon Bin's website: www.carbonbins.org
And their YouTube channel:
Check out the transcript, if reading's more your thing!
11 | Bradley Short: Co-Founder of Same Skies
It's Refugee Week this week and World Refugee Day this Sunday (20th of June)! Join me as I chat with Bradley Short, a Co-Founder of Same Skies, an international non-profit organisation consisting of humanitarian professionals who support refugees and asylum seekers. In this episode, we talk about what being a refugee means, refugee-led approaches to problem-solving, and the power of youths.
Check out Same Skies' website: www.sameskies.org
Eventbrite page for World refugee day virtual summit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/same-skies-world-refugee-day-summit-tickets-157209534951?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch&keep_tld=1
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10 | Kate Shelley: Photographer & Filmmaker at The People Project
Welcome to episode 10 of the Voices Unheard Podcast! Today we're featuring a photographer and filmmaker from the UK, Kate Shelly. Kate is the Founder of The People Project, a platform for homeless people to tell their stories alongside photos, with the aim of breaking down stigma and starting a discussion. In this episode, we talk about what it's like to be homeless during COVID, what each of us can do to help the homeless, and of course, we destigmatise common myths around homelessness.
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9 | Shrouk Gamal: Founder of Yellow vs Blue, Cross-Cultural Dialogue Facilitator, and English Coach
In this episode, we chat with Shrouk Gamal. Shrouk is the Founder of Yellow vs Blue, a youth mental health initiative that started in Egypt and aims to connect young people from all over the world. We talk about many topics in this episode, including toxic masculinity, cross-cultural mental health, and feeling grateful.
8 | Janie Avant: The Nora Project
In this episode, we talk to Janie Avant from The Nora Project. Co-founded by an educator and the parents of a child with disabilities, The Nora Project aims to normalize difference, demystify disability, and promote meaningful connections between students and their peers with disabilities. In this episode, we talk about why empathy is the very first step towards inclusion and why disability inclusion programs should target school-aged kids, and red cars.
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7 | Martyna Zgierska: Dried Roses
Martyna Zgierska is a photojournalist who started the Dried Roses project. She's originally from Poland, but travelled and lived in Bulgaria for a few years, and is absolutely in love with the country. Her project Dried Roses focuses on an important problem in Bulgaria, the country with the fastest rate of depopulation in the world. In this episode, we speak about the poignant issue, the people giving us a glimmer of hope, and what photojournalism captures that other mediums cannot.
Check out the Dried Roses website: www.driedroses.eu
Martina's blog: www.zgierka.pl
Martina's Instagram: www.instagram.com/zgierka.pl
6 | Asadullah Mohammadi: Co-Founder of Scholarship for Afghanistan
Scholarship for Afghanistan is an education consultancy to help youths in Afghanistan to find the best tertiary education opportunities as well as professional opportunities, and Asadullah is one of the co-founders. In this episode, we talk about how times are hopefully changing for women in Afghanistan wanting to pursue higher education, what higher education looks like in Afghanistan currently, and how we can all empower youths in our own countries.
Make sure you check out the transcript on our website too!
5 | Caitlin Tanaka: CEO of Youth in Motion
Youth in Motion is a not-for-profit organisation aimed at levelling the playing field for young people, and they do it by providing tutoring programs for at-risk young people on Sydney's North Shore. In this episode, we talk about the different levels of disadvantage, why kids may fall through the cracks, and the importance of education. Have a listen! ❤️
Also, check out this episode's transcript on our website!
4 | Yvonne Asamoning Peters: Founder & CEO of BeBetter Mentorship
In this episode, we chat with Yvonne Asamoning Peters, the Founder & CEO of BeBetter Mentorship, about what it's like as a teenage girl in underserved communities in Ghana, why mentoring is important, and why everybody should have a mentor.
Check out BeBetter Mentorship's website: http://bebettermentorship.org
BeBetter Mentorship's Insta: https://www.instagram.com/bebetter_mentorship/
Ivonne's Insta: https://www.instagram.com/i_yvonneinspire/?hl=en
Also, check out the transcript on our website!
3 | Mohammed Zaid: STEM Educator, Content Creator, & Founder of Lybotics
Mohammed Zaid is a STEM Educator, Content Creator, and the Leader & Founder of Lybotics. Lybotics is an organisation aiming to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators, whilst developing education to help communities of Libya. In this episode, we discuss Lybotics, STEM education in Libya, and why empowering youths is important.
Check out Mohammed's socials:
And check out Lybotics' socials:
Check out the transcript on our website!
2 | Holly Kooi: Curriculum & Training Coordinator of U!Shine and U!Shine Vienna
In our second episode, we chat with Holly Kooi, who is the Curriculum and Training Coordinator of U!Shine and U!Shine Vienna. U!Shine is a mental and emotional health nonprofit that exists to spark passion for proactive mental health, promote compassion for others, and build hope for a mentally thriving world.
Check out the transcript on our website!
1 | Yasmin Arkinstall: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Advocate
In our very first episode of Voices Unheard, we chat with Yasmin Arkinstall, an advocate for those with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), about what OCD is, how do we manage it, and how she's giving those with OCD a voice.
Resources talked about:
Check out the transcript on our website!