Climate change! Gender inequality! Intolerance! Access to education! Killer robots!
Here at Many Voices, One World, UNESCO’s inaugural comprehensive podcast, we recognize that together, we can do better. Our podcast brings you closer to the issues that matter most, and how they are relevant to your community. Join us as we engage with those on the frontlines who are most intimate with our world’s greatest challenges!
Many Voices, One World is the first of its kind: knowledge-sharing conversations that go deep into the issues with an eye toward understanding. Only through dialogue will we be able to construct tolerant, inclusive and diverse societies that enrich our world of many voices, yet with one, shared belief in peace and our humanity.
Understanding the Impacts of Tsunamis on People and the Environment
On the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction (13 October), UNESCO's Many Voices, One World welcomed Laura Kong, Director of the International Tsunami Information Center, to better understand w...
La Mujer Indígena, Pilar Fundamental de las Comunidades Autóctonas en la Lucha Contra la COVID-19
En el siguiente podcast, Irma Pineda nos acerca a las comunidades indígenas de Oaxaca (México) para conocer cómo se percibe la pandemia de COVID19 y cómo está afectando a sus vidas.
En ella se so...
Ending Gender Bias in Schools
Tolerance and inclusion are key for ensuring everyone's equal right to succeed based on quality education. Dr. Eliza Byard, Executive Director of GLSEN, an organization committed to LGBTQ inclusion ...
The Deep Ocean, Uncovering Earth's Last Frontier
It is said that we know more about the surface of the moon than the depths of our ocean. Michael Lodge, Secretary-General of the International Seabed Authority, joins host George Papagiannis in our st...
It Doesn’t Work without the Ocean
UNESCO's Many Voices, One World looks at the role the ocean plays in putting the brakes on climate change. The upcoming UN climate meeting in Madrid, COP25 (December 2020), is being called the "Bl...
Is Culture the Key to Safeguarding Indigenous Rights?
40 percent of the estimated 6,700 languages spoken around the world are in danger of disappearing. Most of these languages are indigenous languages, which embody complex systems of knowledge developed...