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Meet changemakers from all around the world. And get your weekly dose of inspiration to take action!
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Life Line - Stories of Changemakers for the SDGs Dinh-Long Pham

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Meet changemakers from all around the world. And get your weekly dose of inspiration to take action!
We are having deep and authentic conversations with social entrepreneurs, activists, leaders, intrapreneurs and unsung heroes to understand what shaped who they are today.
Life Line is a podcast made to amplify the voices of those who work hard to make a difference. We believe they have a strong message that deserves to be shared with the world.

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    #33 Ashreen Mridha 🇧🇩 - Women’s empowerment through basketball

    #33 Ashreen Mridha 🇧🇩 - Women’s empowerment through basketball

    🇧🇩 Ashreen Mridha is the former captain of Bangladesh national basketball team and co-founder of Deshi Ballers, a women-led organization on a mission to: 
    -empower women and girls through basketball;
    -advocate for equal rights for women to access sports;
    -and promote basketball in a cricket and football-dominated country.
    🏀 She walks us through her journey from discovering basketball as a school kid to creating the first university’s women league and joining the first-ever national women team.
    💪 She shares how basketball taught her the values of teamwork, care and discipline, how she grew the Deshi Ballers community and her dreams to set up the first national women’s basketball league in Bangladesh!
    Hope you are as excited as me to learn more about empowerment through sports! :)
    ❤️ TIMELINE: 
    12’ - The pioneer of women basketball in Bangladesh
    25’ - Basketball teaches you teamwork and discipline
    36’ - A good coach can train you to get better, a great coach can change your life
    46’ - Learning from the San Antonio’s Spurs through the Global Sports Mentoring Program
    56’ - The birth of Deshi Ballers and its recipe for success
    73’ - Impact stories of Deshi Ballers
    94’ - Empowering the next generation of women basketball players in Bangladesh
    🗒️ REFERENCES:
    Follow Deshi Ballers on Facebook and Instagram
    About the Global Sports Mentoring Program.
    Netflix’s show about coaching - The Playbook.
    Connect with Ashreen on LinkedIn.
    🎧 Where to listen?
    YouTube.
    Apple Podcasts.
    Spotify.
    Google Podcasts.
    Deezer.
    All platforms.
    🙏 To support Life Line, you can:
    Share this episode and speak about Life Line to your friends! ❤️
    Subscribe on your favourite platform.
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    • 1h 40 min
    #32 David Nguyen 🇨🇭🇻🇳 - Spreading joy, one movie at a time

    #32 David Nguyen 🇨🇭🇻🇳 - Spreading joy, one movie at a time

    🇨🇭🇻🇳 David Nguyen is an award-winning filmmaker and movie director from Switzerland with Vietnamese roots. 
    💪 He is the best film director I’ve ever met and worked with, whether it’s for his passion, creativity, craziness or talent - he has everything and that’s why his movies were screened in so many international film festivals all around the world! (Gässli Film Festival, Schweizer Jugendfilmtage, Fribourg International Film Festival, PÖFF SHORTS, Liverpool International Film Festival, and many more!).
    🎥 David shares how he’s always been following this passion: he had his first camera at 5, started to make his own movies and he never stopped until today.
    🥳 David makes movies to spread joy and put a smile on our face and to convey values such as hard work and perseverance, so we discuss how he created his own crazy, poetic and optimistic style over the years, why he has a give first mindset, and his role in society as a film director. 
    So grab a drink and enjoy the interview with David! I recommend you to watch on YouTube for the full experience, or at least to watch his movies below in the references ;)
    🎤 “Some people say… I'm too kind, that maybe it's a bit dangerous because I'm too nice and I can't say no sometimes. Last time, I was helping a group of kids, they have a dancing crew and they just asked me if I could help them make a video, and I said yes! I don't know why, because I think I saw myself in them, struggling before, and I wanted to be the person that I dreamed to meet back then, someone who can help me. And also because this person I dreamed to meet, I also met! When I was younger, when I was learning, I always had a teacher or I always had someone who came and who gave me a big gift, you know, so, so big, I was so embarrassed... how to say thank you? And they just told me that it doesn't matter, just enjoy and just pursue your career”.
    ❤️ TIMELINE: 
    9’ - Playing with his first camera at 5 years old and making his first movies
    25’ - The best way to network is to make friends and help people
    40’ - Helping people with giver mindset, avoiding people with taker mindset
    49’ - Conveying the values of perseverance and hard work through his movie “Open Minded”
    68’ - His role in society as a filmmaker and movie director
    75’ - Making movies is an ongoing experimentation
    94’ - Tips for aspiring filmmakers: grab a camera, record, show it to your friends, until you find your own style
    🗒️ REFERENCES:
    Visit the world of David on his amazing website.
    Follow him on Instagram for funny & crazy videos.
    Watch & share his latest movie “A Very Good Impression (Delhi Hip - Acco)".
    Watch & share his movie “Open Minded".
    Watch & share his movie “The Learning Hub - The Movie” (with me!).
    Connect with David on LinkedIn.
    🎧 Where to listen?
    YouTube.
    Apple Podcasts.
    Spotify.
    Google Podcasts.
    Deezer.
    🙏 To support Life Line, you can:
    Share this episode and speak about Life Line to your friends! ❤️
    Subscribe on your favourite platform.
    Leave a 5-star review on the Apple Podcast app.
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    • 2 h 1m
    [TEASER] #16 Alinery Lianhlawng 🇮🇳 - Unleashing the talent of grassroots youth

    [TEASER] #16 Alinery Lianhlawng 🇮🇳 - Unleashing the talent of grassroots youth

    In this teaser, Alinery shares her childhood growing up in her village in Mizoram (India), how she was the best at school and how all the dots connected for the birth of her social enterprise "Rochun: Pay It Forward".
    For the full episode, please search "#16 Alinery Lianhlawng 🇮🇳 - Unleashing the talent of grassroots youth" wherever you are listening to Life Line :).
    🇮🇳 Alinery Lianhlawng is a super inspiring social entrepreneur and Indigenous youth leader from the tribal community of Mizoram, in India. She founded Rochun: Pay It Forward which aims to empower youth from grassroots India through education to realize their full potential. 
    📚💻 She has built 11 libraries, mentored hundreds of young people, implemented digital literacy programs and brought many international opportunities to her home State. 
    🎧 Main link for this episode with all the references and platforms to listen: https://www.lifelinethepodcast.com/post/16alinery.

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    • 9 min
    [TEASER] #31 Laraib Abid 🇵🇰 - Bridging the gap in reproductive health

    [TEASER] #31 Laraib Abid 🇵🇰 - Bridging the gap in reproductive health

    In this teaser, Laraib shares the birth of Flare of MASHAL, her social enterprise that empowered 25,000 women to make informed decisions on family planning.
    For the full episode, please search "#31 Laraib Abid 🇵🇰 - Bridging the gap in reproductive health" wherever you are listening to Life Line :).
    🇵🇰 Laraib Abid is a sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) activist from Pakistan. She has lead actions on this cause from grassroots to policy level and developed the first mobile and web application, “Bridge the Gap”, allowing all youth to trace free and easily accessible SRH services available around them.
    🎧 Main link for this episode with all the references and platforms to listen: https://www.lifelinethepodcast.com/post/31laraibabid.

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    • 15 min
    #31 Laraib Abid 🇵🇰 - Bridging the gap in reproductive health

    #31 Laraib Abid 🇵🇰 - Bridging the gap in reproductive health

    🇵🇰 Laraib Abid is a sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) activist from Pakistan. She has lead actions on this cause from grassroots to policy level and developed the first mobile and web application, “Bridge the Gap”, allowing all youth to trace free and easily accessible SRH services available around them.
    💥 She shares her journey launching Flare of MASHAL, which has empowered 25,000 women so far to make informed decisions related to family planning. Flare of MASHAL is a youth and women-led organisation advocating for equal rights in society and women’s empowerment through sexual and reproductive health.
    💪 We speak about how she learned to grab life-changing opportunities such as volunteering, scholarships abroad or grants, which made who she is today, and how she lives against the tide, being a woman in tech, and a woman addressing a taboo topic in Pakistan.
    🎤 “Sexual, reproductive health and rights (SRHR) is not one war, it's a seed from which so many things grow. Without SRHR, the problems of early age marriages, unhealthy pregnancies, issues between couples or abortion, grow. I always say that it's not about having a small family, it’s about having a healthy family. It's not about when you are going to have a child, but whether you are making a choice to have your family or if it's the peer or family pressure who's asking you”.
    ❤️ TIMELINE: 
    4’ - Living against the tide
    22’ - How volunteering taught her how to grab opportunities
    48’ - The birth of Flare of MASHAL, to fight for sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR)
    58’ - The importance of mastering storytelling to convince your audience
    65’ - The situation of SRHR in Pakistan
    76’ - Bringing her grassroots work to the policy level
    🗒️ References:
    About Flare of MASHAL.
    Read her amazing interview with Youth Co:Lab.
    Connect with Laraib on LinkedIn.
    🎧 Where to listen?
    YouTube.
    Apple Podcasts.
    Spotify. 
    Google Podcasts.
    All platforms: https://www.lifelinethepodcast.com/post/31laraibabid.
    🙏 To support Life Line, you can:
    Share this episode and speak about Life Line to your friends! ❤️
    Subscribe on your favourite platform.
    Leave a 5-star review on the Apple Podcast app.
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    • 1h 39 min
    [TEASER] #30 Anahita Hosseini 🇮🇷 - Keep exploring, accepting & improvising

    [TEASER] #30 Anahita Hosseini 🇮🇷 - Keep exploring, accepting & improvising

    For the full episode, please search "#30 Anahita Hosseini 🇮🇷 - Keep exploring, accepting & improvising" wherever you are listening to :).
    🇮🇷 Anahita Hosseini is a multi-talented Iranian youth and a proud generalist who’s always the first one to say “yes” to new things and to take the lead when working on new projects.
    🎧 Main link for this episode with all the references and platforms to listen: https://www.lifelinethepodcast.com/post/30anahitahosseini.

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    • 16 min

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