"The Intern Exchange" is CPJ's inaugural podcast where our interns exchange opinions, stories, and share policy recommendations on issues they are personally passionate about.
Serisha Iyar - Tips for Political Engagement and Social Justice Advocacy
On today's episode, Keira invites Serisha Iyar to share tangible tips and resources on how people of faith, young racialized leaders and the general public in Canada can actively engage in government affairs and advocate for vulnerable populations.
Deborah Mebude - Intersectionality in social & racial justice movements
On July's edition of The Intern Exchange, Keira invites Deb Mebude to discuss the importance of intersectionality in social & racial justice movements. Deb shares tips on how listeners can better advocate for a harmonious society and leverage their voices in pursuit of racial equity.
Karel Hermans - A social worker's response to the climate crisis
On today's episode, Keira chats with Karel, CPJ's social work placement student, on the topic of green social work in Canada. The two discuss how governments can better address the disconnect between social work and climate justice.
Trixie Ling - Fostering anti-racist dialogues for transformative change
On today’s episode, Trixie and Keira discuss how faith groups and People of Colour can foster anti-racist dialogues and unlearn their biases to bring about transformative change within our own communities.
Miriam Mahaffy - Youth Empowerment + Education in Climate Justice
On this month's edition of The Intern Exchange, Keira chats with Miriam Mahaffy, a former Public Justice Intern, on the interconnected nature of youth education and policy advocacy in climate justice.
Rebekah Sears - Role of Canadian policy in advocating for global equality
On today's episode, Keira Kang invites Rebekah Sears to discuss the crucial role that Canadian domestic and foreign policies and national NGOs play in advocating for global equality and international human rights.