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The Debate: Youth, Conflict and Peace Building with Martin Bell
Martin Bell, distinguished former BBC war correspondent and currently UNICEF Ambassador, presents the latest UNICEF Debate and asks the tough questions: What drives youth...
LEAP of faith: Positive impacts of cash transfer in Ghana
The Livelihood Empowerment against Poverty (LEAP) Program is a social cash transfer program which provides cash and health insurance to extremely poor households across...
Danny Sriskandarajah connects civil society, governance and social change in Africa
Danny Sriskandarajah , Director-General of CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation, joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to talk about the role of civil society...
Talk on child rights and poverty in africa with Benyam Dawit Mezmur
Breaking Views with UNICEF straight talks about child rights and poverty in Africa with Dr. Benyam Dawit Mezmur, Mellon-Research Fellow based at the Community Law Centre,...
The African wars from within: Professor Mahmood Mamdani debates children and conflict
Breaking Views with UNICEF invites writer and political commentator Professor Mahmood Mamdani to discuss violence, civil war and their impact on African children and...
Titilola Banjoko paints the picture for Africa's future
Leading thinker Dr Titiola Banjoko talks to Breaking Views with UNICEF about demographic dividend in Africa, youth restlessness, health, mobility, and poverty in Africa...
Debating African's development and future with Richard Dowden
Richard Dowden, British journalist and Executive Director of the Royal African Society, joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to discuss the historical progress in Africa,...
Debating a healthier Africa with Aaron Motsoaledi
South African Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi talks to Breaking Views with UNICEF about health equity and financing in Africa, the post-2015 agenda, universal coverage...
Demographic dividend and breaking the cycle of poverty for children: Face to face with Jay Naidoo
Jay Naidoo, Chair of the Partnership Council of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to discuss the urgency of breaking the cycle...
The best and the worst of times for Africa, by Professor Ian Goldin
Oxford Professor Ian Goldin speaks to Breaking Views with UNICEF to talk about inequality in Africa, globalization, xenophobia and how raising awareness, ethics and political...
Joel Kibazo talks on the role of the media in Africa's future and more
Breaking Views with UNICEF interviews Joel Kibazo, Director of Communication and External Relations at African Development Bank, talks about media, journalism, Africa's...
Aigboje Aig Imoukhuede explains how the private sector can help African children
Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede, CEO of the Access Bank Group, talks to Breaking Views with UNICEF about Nigerian children, Africa's perspectives, leadership, investments, women's...
Change, politics and music in Africa with Femi Kuti
Legendary Nigerian musician Femi Kuti joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to talk about change in Africa, climate change, inequality, corruption, music, revolution and the...
Philantropist Toyin Saraki debates infant and maternal health
Nigerian philanthropist Toyin Saraki receives Breaking Views with UNICEF in her house, in Lagos, and advocates for infant and maternal health in Nigeria and Africa....
Thandika Mkandawire talks economics in Africa
Professor Thandika Mkandawire, former Director of the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development and the first person to take on the new position of Chair...
Nollywood star Genevieve Nnaji advocates for girls rights
Nigerian actress Genevieve Nnaji is interviewed by Breaking Views with UNICEF and speaks up against early child marriage and shares her dream of a brighter and fairer Nigeria....
Talking children, women and Africa with author Chimamanda Adichie
Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to voice her concerns about the future of her country, the situation of children and the role...
Displacement and climate change in Africa: Chaloka Beyani calls for action
Professor Chaloka Beyani, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons, joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to talk the risk and...
Josephine, a young U-reporter from Zambia, tells us her story
A strong video profiling the life realities of Josephine, a smart young woman living in income-poor conditions in Zambia, who decided to become a U-reporter. The video,...
Children in armed conflicts: Ishmael Beah speaks of the devastation of war
Author and Goodwill Ambassador Ishmael Beah joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to talk about children in armed conflict, warfare and the impacts of political conflicts...
The nuclear bomb of our time: Angelique Kidjo talks hard about developement and capital in Africa
Musician and Goodwill Ambassador Angélique Kidjo joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to share her views on the bottlenecks around development, the destructive role of capital...
Gender equality, violence and democracy in Africa: Sisonke Msimang paves the road ahead
Breaking Views with UNICEF opens the floor to South African writer and activist Sisonke Msimang to talk about race, democracy, gender equality and politics in Africa....
Natural resources & development in Africa: Sharing visions with Claude Kabemba
In the third installment of Breaking Views with UNICEF, Claude Kabemba, Director of the Southern Africa Resources Watch, shares his vision of how youth and civil society...
Challenges for women & children in Somalia: Discussing education and conflict with Nuruddin Farah
On the second installment of Breaking Views with UNICEF Africa, Somali author Nuruddin Farah talks about the importance of education for children, trauma caused by conflict...
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