Survival of the Kindest: Waleed Nesyif – It’s Never Too Late for Compassion

It’s Never Too Late for Compassion – Waleed Nesyif https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/survival-of-the-kindest/id1525026504?i=1000492973736 Julian talks to Waleed Nesyif who featured prominently in the BBC’s documentary series Once Upon A Time In Iraq. Waleed’s life story, and personality, are nothing short of extraordinary. He speaks candidly and humorously, revealing the truth of what it means to be a childContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Waleed Nesyif – It’s Never Too Late for Compassion”

Survival of the Kindest: Eivind Hoff-Elimari – Politics and Policy for the Good Life

Eivind Hoff-Elimari – Politics and Policy for the Good Life https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/survival-of-the-kindest/id1525026504 What if we don’t manage to stop a collapse of biodiversity? Then a windmill electric car will be of no value to, I guess, hurricanes against mass migration and so on. But if we’re doing what we know is a flourishing democracy, with equalityContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Eivind Hoff-Elimari – Politics and Policy for the Good Life”

Survival of the Kindest: Kristoffer Robin Haug – Big problems, easy to solve – Green Politics in Norway

Survival of the Kindest: Kristoffer Robin Haug – Big problems, easy to solve – Green Politics in Norway https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/survival-of-the-kindest/id1525026504?i=1000543611314 It’s hard in Norway, and this may be because we get so much of our national money from oil and gas. There’s an expression; never expect a man to understand something when his salary depends onContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Kristoffer Robin Haug – Big problems, easy to solve – Green Politics in Norway”

Survival of the Kindest: Matt Hawkins – Compassion in Politics

Matt Hawkins – Compassion in Politics ”IF YOU COULD DESIGN A SYSTEM (OF GOVERNMENT) TO TRY AND BLOCK COMPASSION AND EMPATHY, YOU WOULD COME UP WITH WHAT WE’VE GOT IN BRITAIN.” https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/survival-of-the-kindest/id1525026504?i=1000528763881 In 2017 Matt Hawkins and Jennifer Nadel started a campaign that sought to push compassion as a functional and useful political tool, andContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Matt Hawkins – Compassion in Politics”

Survival of the Kindest: Michael Turner QC – Justice

Michael Turner QC – Justice https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/survival-of-the-kindest/id1525026504?i=1000523837616 Allan Kellehear Lecture Series Elevate Compassion Summit Series 17/18 June, FREE registration, online lectures This week Julian talks to Michael Turner QC about how he came to be a lawyer, head of the Criminal Bar Association, and what has motivated him throughout his career to keep defending people weContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Michael Turner QC – Justice”

Survival of the Kindest: Fritzi Horstman – Forgive yourself

Fritzi Horstman – Forgive Yourself ‘ACTS OF KINDNESS ARE MORE IMPORTANT THAN ANYTHING WE CAN IMAGINE.’ https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/survival-of-the-kindest/id1525026504?i=1000513250015 Transcript available here CW: Abuse, Adverse Childhood Experiences, Trauma Fritzi Horstman’s life turned around when she started to learn about trauma, and adverse childhood experiences. The insight into something which had flavoured her entire life, and the abilityContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Fritzi Horstman – Forgive yourself”

Survival of the Kindest: Stephanie Hunter – The Thrill of Someone Caring

Stephanie Hunter – The Thrill of Someone Caring ‘WE CAN’T EXPECT CHILDREN TO RECOVER FROM MENTAL HEALTH OR TRAUMA UNLESS WE KEEP THEM SAFE’ https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/survival-of-the-kindest/id1525026504?i=1000512286159 Our guest this week is Stephanie Hunter, who has develop award winning mental health and trauma services for children in care, and who has just made a film with SocialContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Stephanie Hunter – The Thrill of Someone Caring”

Survival of the Kindest: Charles Secrett – The Sense of Wonder

Charles Secrett – The Sense of Wonder THERE IS A VENN DIAGRAM OVERLAP HERE THAT WE ARE MISSING, AND THAT’S THE COMMON GOOD AGENDA THAT WHETHER YOU ARE RIGHT OF CENTRE, LEFT OF CENTRE, FREE, WE ALL NEED TO GET TOGETHER. COMPASSION IS AT THE HEART OF THAT FOR SURE.  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/survival-of-the-kindest/id1525026504?i=1000503709353 This week Julian talksContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Charles Secrett – The Sense of Wonder”

Survival of the Kindest: Adrian Hartrick – A Place In-between

Survival of the Kindest: Adrian Hartrick – A Place In-between IT IS AMAZING WHAT KIND OF BEHAVIOUR YOU CAN FIND FROM PEOPLE IN THE WORST SITUATIONS[..]THAT’S WHAT PEOPLE NEED TO STAY HUMAN This week Julian talks to Adrian Hartrick, documentary maker/ journalist, friend of former guest Waleed Nesayif, and resident in Lebanon for the lastContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Adrian Hartrick – A Place In-between”

Survival of the Kindest: Jonathon Porritt CBE – Understanding Natural Justice

Survival of the Kindest: Jonathon Porritt CBE – Understanding Natural Justice “I tend not to talk too much about optimism, for me it is about hope. You can be an optimist and do absolutely nothing about it. Whereas hope requires action, because your hope can only bear fruit if you are prepared to make thatContinue reading “Survival of the Kindest: Jonathon Porritt CBE – Understanding Natural Justice”