No Hunger Radio

The No Hunger Radio is Action Against Hunger’s podcast, designed to share stories about our work between staff based in different corners of the world, who otherwise might never hear about the fascinating and amazing work their colleagues do.

No Hunger Radio episodes are released in topical series of 3-5 episodes. Each one is roughly 5-15 minutes long – the perfect coffee break!

You can find the most recent, publicly-available episodes here:

 


2020-21

 

16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM

 

For the commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on 25 November and the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence (GBV), we launch a campaign on Covid 19 and GBV as there is a lot of evidence pointing at an increase in the prevalence of GBV during the global pandemic.

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COVID-19

 

In 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic affected everything we do, everywhere that we work.  At the end of 2020, we caught up with our staff in five of the places where we work – East Africa, West Africa, Latin America, India and the Middle East – to find out how the specific effects of the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted our staff and our operations in their particular contexts.

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2019-20

RESEARCH

 

A series about our research portfolio, all about why research is critical to our work, and how it informs our work.

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LEARNING

 

Five episodes about the stories, reflections and learnings in the 2019 Learning Review.

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OUR NETWORK

 

Several episodes over the course of 2019 looking at our different offices worldwide, and the network as a whole.

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About this post

Section: Further Resources
Location: Global
Type: Podcast
Language: English

Key Information

Contact

No Hunger Radio Team nohungerradio@actionagainsthunger.org.uk

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