LemonAid podcast

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This is Episode 1 of LemonAid. This is a podcast which will explore a range of topics relevant to anyone interested or involved in Aid, Development, Politics, or Fruit.

There are so many big questions, expansive issues, underlying problems, and amazing successes that we are involved in and exposed to that are rarely discussed. LemonAid is going to squeeze into the sometimes sweet and sometimes bitter topics of conversation that affect us as a community.

This is recorded in a personal capacity and does not reflect the views of any organisation. Statements do not equal endorsement.

Hosted by: Iain Murray
Produced by: Martin Legasse, Iain Murray
Cover Art Photography: Vincent Valdmanis, Martin Legasse, Iain Murray

Otros episodios de "LemonAid"

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    Ep 7: Anti-racism in Aid

    44:06

    This is Episode 7 of Lemonaid! Welcome back to the next episode of Lemonaid. Thankfully we had a break to deal with COVID, but we are back!  This episode, we talk to our pals Taz and Tsedeye (T-squared if you will) to talk about anti-racism and the aid sector. Taz and Tsedeye are seasoned professionals in humanitarian response and  talk about their challenges and experiences in the sector, and we talk about what we can do better to support our friends and colleagues. Remember to give your feedback  on Instagram, or Lemonaidpod@gmail.com– and subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts! This is recorded in a personal capacity  and does not reflect the views of any organisation. Statements do not equal endorsement. Hosted by: Iain Murray Produced by: Martin Legasse, Iain Murray Cover Art: Vincent Valdmanis, Martin Legasse, Iain Murray
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    Ep 6: What is Burnout to me?

    27:48

    This is Episode 6 of Lemonaid! Welcome back to the next episode of Lemonaid. Delving into the sweet, and sometimes bitter situations in the humanitarian, aid, and political sectors! Today we welcome Paulina Odame – humanitarian professional, Woman of West Africa, and maybe the loveliest person we know (from Ghana) . Paulina has worked in her region of West Africa and in the Middle East, thinking of her experiences and contexts, Paulina  decided she wanted to talk (not as a professional) about the work phenomenon of Burn out (which is defined as chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed) – something that affects us all in some way or another. What’s the deal and how can we do better? Remember to give your feedback  on Instagram, or Lemonaidpod@gmail.com– and subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts! This is recorded in a personal capacity  and does not reflect the views of any organisation. Statements do not equal endorsement. Hosted by: Iain Murray Produced by: Martin Legasse, Iain Murray Cover Art: Vincent Valdmanis, Martin Legasse, Iain Murray
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    Ep 5: Working Close to Home and Keeping Connections

    26:15

    This is Episode 5 of Lemonaid!  This week, we are chatting with Wael Darwish who works with Danish Refugee Council in Yemen and what his motivations are to be there. He is our patriotic Lover of Lebanon, who has spent time in Syria, Iraq, and Yemen. He talks us through his passion for the Middle East, why he continues working in his region, and why his connections draw him closer and closer to home. And its not just because of his mum!  Listening to Wael really affirms to us why it is so important to have a connection to the places we live and work.  How can we make the most of where we are, who we work with, and what we do? There are so many big questions, expansive issues, underlying problems, and amazing successes that we are involved in and exposed to that are rarely discussed. LemonAid is going to squeeze into the sometimes sweet and sometimes bitter topics of conversation that affect us as a community. This is recorded in a personal capacity  and does not reflect the views of any organisation. Statements do not equal endorsement. Hosted by: Iain Murray Produced by: Martin Legasse, Iain Murray Cover Art: Vincent Valdmanis, Martin Legasse, Iain Murray
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    Ep 4: Investigations and Journalism

    42:30

    This is the second of our 4 initial interviews where we are speaking with key people, and practitioners about what is important to them, what should be important to us, and helping us with the directions that this podcast can go. This episode we will talk to Emma Vickers, a friend and journalist, about  her previous work in investigating critical issues with oil and gas and governance, and as an analyst in South Sudan. Emma has spent the last decade understanding  accountability  and why journalism today is more critical than ever! Massive thanks to Emma for her patience in getting through the majestic issues we have had with the internet in the time of COVID! There are so many big questions, expansive issues, underlying problems, and amazing successes that we are involved in and exposed to that are rarely discussed. LemonAid is going to squeeze into the sometimes sweet and sometimes bitter topics of conversation that affect us as a community. This is recorded in a personal capacity  and does not reflect the views of any organisation. Statements do not equal endorsement. Hosted by: Iain Murray Produced by: Martin Legasse, Iain Murray Cover Art: Vincent Valdmanis, Martin Legasse, Iain Murray
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    Ep 3: Delivering What You Need in Life and Work

    25:30

    This is Episode 3 of LemonAid! For this episode we sit with our friend, Shilpa. Shilpa is a  supply chain superstar, and humanitarian professional who has been working in supply chain management for the last 12 years across the private sector and the humanitarian industry. Shilpa takes us through her experience, speaking out in a male dominated industry, and navigating the balance between her professional and personal life! There are so many big questions, expansive issues, underlying problems, and amazing successes that we are involved in and exposed to that are rarely discussed. LemonAid is going to squeeze into the sometimes sweet and sometimes bitter topics of conversation that affect us as a community. This is recorded in a personal capacity  and does not reflect the views of any organisation. Statements do not equal endorsement. Hosted by: Iain Murray Produced by: Martin Legasse, Iain Murray Cover Art: Vincent Valdmanis, Martin Legasse, Iain Murray
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    LemonAid! An Introduction

    4:15

    This is Episode 2 of LemonAid, the extended introduction.  This is a podcast which will explore a range of topics relevant to anyone interested or involved in Aid, Development, Politics, or Fruit. There are so many big questions, expansive issues, underlying problems, and amazing successes that we are involved in and exposed to that are rarely discussed. LemonAid is going to squeeze into the sometimes sweet and sometimes bitter topics of conversation that affect us as a community. This is recorded in a personal capacity  and does not reflect the views of any organisation. Statements do not equal endorsement. Hosted by: Iain Murray Produced by: Martin Legasse, Iain Murray Cover Art Photography: Vincent Valdmanis, Martin Legasse, Iain Murray
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    Hi, this is LemonAid!

    2:01

    This is Episode 1 of LemonAid.  This is a podcast which will explore a range of topics relevant to anyone interested or involved in Aid, Development, Politics, or Fruit. There are so many big questions, expansive issues, underlying problems, and amazing successes that we are involved in and exposed to that are rarely discussed. LemonAid is going to squeeze into the sometimes sweet and sometimes bitter topics of conversation that affect us as a community. This is recorded in a personal capacity  and does not reflect the views of any organisation. Statements do not equal endorsement. Hosted by: Iain Murray Produced by: Martin Legasse, Iain Murray Cover Art Photography: Vincent Valdmanis, Martin Legasse, Iain Murray

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