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The kids are asking questions. And pretty tough questions at that. News-Decoder and Podium.me, two youth-focused organizations, have teamed up to produce a podcast that provides a platform for motivated youth across the globe to investigate big global issues. The Kids Are Alright podcast is dedicated to exploring international stories from a young and fresh perspective. The episodes take listeners to different places around the world to hear from those closest to the issues being discussed. The environment, entrepreneurship, youth-led movements, innovation, social media, inequality, globalization – these are some of the stories young people have covered. The Kids Are Alright is a joint podcast that combines the radio and audio expertise of the UK-based charity Podium.me with News-Decoder's expertise in research, reporting and interviewing. Both News-Decoder and Podium.me believe there is a need for more spaces outside the classroom where young people can engage with the real world, develop their opinions and broaden their world view.

The Kids Are Alright News-Decoder

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 3 Ratings

The kids are asking questions. And pretty tough questions at that. News-Decoder and Podium.me, two youth-focused organizations, have teamed up to produce a podcast that provides a platform for motivated youth across the globe to investigate big global issues. The Kids Are Alright podcast is dedicated to exploring international stories from a young and fresh perspective. The episodes take listeners to different places around the world to hear from those closest to the issues being discussed. The environment, entrepreneurship, youth-led movements, innovation, social media, inequality, globalization – these are some of the stories young people have covered. The Kids Are Alright is a joint podcast that combines the radio and audio expertise of the UK-based charity Podium.me with News-Decoder's expertise in research, reporting and interviewing. Both News-Decoder and Podium.me believe there is a need for more spaces outside the classroom where young people can engage with the real world, develop their opinions and broaden their world view.

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