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  • Financial Regulation can be complicated. Join us for interviews with state financial regulators, commissioners, policymakers, and CSBS staff to gain further insight on how banks, money transmitters, check cashers, and all forms of financial services are supervised and supported by our regulatory system.

  • The Safety Consultant Podcast with Sheldon Primus is your weekly guide to starting or growing a profitable occupational safety and health consulting business. Do you feel that your knowledge would be better served, if you are your own boss? Your knowledge can help more people improve their workplace safety. Most of what you know may be wasting in a job that limits what you can do for the overall health and safety of workers. Now is the time to start your own safety consulting business!

  • ๐Ÿ“ŒReadings of Full Text Cases and Digested Cases
    ๐Ÿ“ŒReadings of Articles and Provisions
    ๐Ÿ“ŒDigested Cases Simplified for the General Public
    ๐Ÿ“Œ Random Thoughts in Law School

    Aim of this podcast is to help law students, lawyers and even the general public and citizens of the Philippines to know and understand the Philippines Laws and decided cases of the Supreme Court

    ๐Ÿ“You can message me for requested readings of cases and provisions

    Listen at your own time and convenience anytime, anywhere.

    Useful reference to help you multi task and save time while doing your activities of daily living.

  • Informative political and social interaction with the community Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/larry-h-gardner-headlines/support

  • Join hosts Jim and Christina, leadership enthusiasts, as they interview guests who are influencers and thought leaders. If you work with teams, are building your tribe, or just want to hear some great leadership advice, this is the podcast for you.

  • Teaching is a strange thing. It's exhausting, yet rewarding. It's simple, yet complex. Join fellow instructors as they discuss the intricacies of this multi-faceted profession. Whether you're a veteran teacher or new to education, this podcast will provide educational tips and strategies, discuss current trends and practices, and bring in educators to expand on what they are researching and observing in today's classrooms.

  • The Readout is a podcast hosted by the Development Intelligence Lab.


    At the Lab, weโ€™re tackling the big issues of development cooperation in the Indo-Pacific. We take one gnarly issue at a time, gather the best of the best from the region, Government, and academia, and dive deep to unpack the issue โ€“ and find the way forward.


    And our favourite part of these projects is the conversations we have along the way. So here on The Readout, we take you behind the scenes to let you in on the phone calls, the coffees, and the lightbulb moments that shaped each project.


    To learn more about The Readout and the work of the Development Intelligence Lab, head over to devintelligencelab.com.


    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • Foreign Policy magazine's Global Reboot explores how to rebuild a world upended by disruptive international events. FP's Editor-in-Chief Ravi Agrawal engages with world leaders and policy experts to identify solutions to our greatest challenges.A Foreign Policy podcast, in partnership with the Doha Forum.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • In this episode, Jemima, Rumesha, Amal, Haadiya, Sim and Isra look at the different events that happen in their lives involving the medical field, and how it effect the BAME community. They mainly discuss the reasons why women of colour are likely to die during pregnancy or childbirth. In addition, they talked about factors like COVID, and other diseases to see if theres also racial discrimination in that aspect.
    Sensitive issues are talk about. (Experience of racism, problems during childbirth/ pregnancy)

  • Jer is a Philly based entrepreneur, professor, and creative,

    Jer and friends talk about everything from success to politics, to spirituality—all in normal everyday conversation. So if you're serious about growing your business, reflecting on spiritual matters, or understanding the political climate, the Conversations podcast is for you.

  • If you want to know more about environmental laws in the Philippines, subscribe and listen up. We got that covered!

  • This podcast will deal with things like LGBTQ+ rights,POC rights,and many other things that have to do with rights and Civics.I’ll also be talking about anime from time to time and also about Greek mythology and other types of mythology too.

  • MCTV Network is Midland Michigan's Community Voice, a service of the City of Midland, Michigan.

    "Our mission is to help Midland area community members and organizations utilize video production to share their story."

    MCTV Network is public, government, and education access cable television channels operated by the City of Midland, Michigan. Channels include MCTV-191, MGTV-188, MCTV-189 Messages, & MPS TV-190. These channels can also be found on AT&T U-Verse channel 99 in the Tri-City area.

  • Damayan is a Party List that occupies number 147 in COMELEC’s Certified List of Candidates for the May 9, 2022 National and Local Elections. It is also called “Damayan Para sa Reporma Tungo sa Inklusibo at Laganap na mga opportunidad Ngayon.”

  • We’re not all doctors! The Philippine public health system is a behemoth of networks, actors, policies, and programs. So, who is behind the wheel of this complex system? Listen to the stories of different Philippine public health workers thriving in their fields and learn how they serve their country through their expertise. In our first season, join Martha and Angeli, public health workers in their own right, as they interview key players in the Philippine public health system. Their guests will share about their advocacies, how they ended up working in the public health sector, significant learnings in dealing with the pandemic, and why they choose to stay and serve through public health.