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Join us as Rachel Mason Nunn explores the nuanced world of international development by talking to experts and game-changers whose voices and work are critical to radically transforming the sector and our communities for the better. Listen in and be prepared to hear from incredible people who push us to rethink international development, and how we can create meaningful and long-lasting change.
 
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Welcome to the third episode in our three part-series recorded at Ozwater 2022, hosted by Michael Wilson and Rosie Wheen on the ground at the conference, and myself, Rachel Mason Nunn. These interviews were recorded on Turrbal and Jagera Country. I join with Michael and Rosie in acknowledging the traditional custodians of the land that we record th…
 
Welcome to the second in our three part-series recorded at Ozwater 2022, hosted by Michael Wilson and Rosie Wheen on the ground at the conference, and myself, Rachel Mason Nunn. These interviews were recorded on Turrbal and Jagera Country. I join with Michael and Rosie in acknowledging the traditional custodians of the land that we record these epi…
 
Welcome to the first in our three part-series recorded at Ozwater 2022, hosted by Michael Wilson and Rosie Wheen on the ground at the conference, and myself, Rachel Mason Nunn. Michael is Group CEO at eWater and Rosie is CEO of WaterAid Australia. These interviews were recorded on Turrbal and Jagera Country. I join with Michael and Rosie in acknowl…
 
I’d like to begin by acknowledging the traditional custodians of the land that I record these episodes on, the Gadigal people of the Eora nations. I pay my respects to their elders past, present and emerging and I extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people listening today. Welcome to the seventh episode in our leadership se…
 
I’d like to begin by acknowledging the traditional custodians of the land that I record these episodes on, the Gadigal people of the Eora nations. I pay my respects to their elders past, present and emerging and I extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people listening today. Welcome to the sixth episode in our leadership seri…
 
Welcome to the fifth episode in our leadership series of Good Will Hunters.Today’s guest is Peter Varghese AO. Peter would be familiar to many of us who have been working in development and foreign affairs for the better part of the last decade, or longer. Peter has had an extensive career in the public service spanning 38 years. From 2012-2013 he …
 
Welcome to the fourth episode in our leadership series of Good Will Hunters. I’m Rachel Mason Nunn, and I am the Founder and Host of Good Will Hunters. I hope you enjoyed last week’s episode with Giles Gunesekera Once again, the response from all of you was overwhelming, in a great way. I’ve had a lot of listeners get in touch to say this series is…
 
Welcome to the third episode in our leadership series of Good Will Hunters. I’m Rachel Mason Nunn, and I am the Founder and Host of Good Will Hunters.Your response to our first two episodes has been huge. This topic is clearly resonating with you, and it’s so special to receive messages and emails from many of you about your own experience on your …
 
Welcome to the second episode in our leadership series of Good Will Hunters. I’m Rachel Mason Nunn, and I have the great joy of stewarding has through these conversations on leadership. Your response to our first episode was nothing short of incredible. Thank you for listening with such a genuine willingness to reflect on your own leadership, and g…
 
I’d like to acknowledge the the traditional custodians of the land on which I create Good Will Hunters, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. I honour their leadership, stewardship and custodianships, and I pay my respects to their elders, past present and emerging.I’m really excited to be sharing new episodes with you, after a long break for Good…
 
Hi GWH listeners. We want to introduce you to a new show. It's called The Readout, and it's produced by the Development Intelligence Lab. We've never done this before, but we're simulcasting this six-part series of the Readout right here, where you get GWH. And we're doing this because we think you, our listener, will really love it. Enjoy! – GWH T…
 
Hi GWH listeners. We want to introduce you to a new show. It's called The Readout, and it's produced by the Development Intelligence Lab. We've never done this before, but we're simulcasting this six-part series of the Readout right here, where you get GWH. And we're doing this because we think you, our listener, will really love it. Enjoy! – GWH T…
 
Hi GWH listeners. We want to introduce you to a new show. It's called The Readout, and it's produced by the Development Intelligence Lab. We've never done this before, but we're simulcasting this six-part series of the Readout right here, where you get GWH. And we're doing this because we think you, our listener, will really love it. Enjoy! – GWH T…
 
Hi GWH listeners. We want to introduce you to a new show. It's called The Readout, and it's produced by the Development Intelligence Lab. We've never done this before, but we're simulcasting this six-part series of the Readout right here, where you get GWH. And we're doing this because we think you, our listener, will really love it. Enjoy! – GWH T…
 
What will President Biden’s upcoming Summit for Democracy mean for the Indo-Pacific?We're excited to introduce you to a new show: The Readout, by the Development Intelligence Lab. The Lab looks at big strategic issues in Australia's development program, and their podcast, The Readout, takes you behind the scenes of their projects.We've never done t…
 
Welcome to the seventh and final episode in the Spring Season of Good Will Hunters, which asks, Can Australia be a Sustainability Superpower? WWF has been proud to collaborate with Good Will Hunters on this series, in the lead up to COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow. COP is kicking off on 31 October, just a few days after this epis…
 
Welcome to the sixth episode in the Spring Series of Good Will Hunters, which asks, Can Australia be a Sustainability Superpower?WWF is proud to be collaborating with Good Will Hunters on this series, in the lead up to COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November. You can join the conversation via @goodwillpod o…
 
Welcome to the fifth episode in the Spring Season of Good Will Hunters, which asks, Can Australia be a Sustainability Superpower?WWF is proud to be collaborating with Good Will Hunters on this series, in the lead up to COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November. You can join the conversation via @goodwillpod o…
 
Welcome to Episode 4 of the Spring Series of Good Will Hunters, which asks, Can Australia be a Sustainability Superpower? WWF is proud to be collaborating with Good Will Hunters on this series, in the lead up to COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November. The sustainability of our ecosystems, energy networks, …
 
Welcome to Episode 3 of the Spring Series of Good Will Hunters, which asks, Can Australia be a Sustainability Superpower? This series is proudly supported by WWF Australia. Learn more about their work and #RegenerateAustralia via www.wwf.org.au. In this episode, hosts Dermot O'Gorman and Rachel Mason Nunn speak to Lucy Turnbull and Richard Moore on…
 
Welcome to Episode 2 of the Spring Series of Good Will Hunters, which asks, Can Australia be a Sustainability Superpower?This series is proudly supported by WWF Australia. Learn more about their work and #RegenerateAustralia via www.wwf.org.auIn this episode, hosts Dermot O'Gorman and Rachel Mason Nunn speak to two food pioneers, Bruce Pascoe, auth…
 
Welcome to Episode 1 of the Spring Series of Good Will Hunters, which asks, Can Australia be a Sustainability Superpower?This series is proudly supported by WWF Australia. Learn more about their work and #RegenerateAustralia via https://www.wwf.org.auIn this episode, hosts Dermot O'Gorman and Rachel Mason Nunn speak to two important voices on the c…
 
We are at a crunch point in the climate crisis. The evidence is clear – world leaders must commit to coordinated action that requires an immediate and rapid shift away from fossil fuels. This will fundamentally change the way the world produces electricity, powers mobility and industry, builds our cities, and produces food for nearly 8 billion peop…
 
Welcome to the sixth and final episode of our Winter Series on Water for Development, hosted by Michael Wilson and Rosie Wheen. Join Melita Grant and Duncan Green as they discuss what's next for the water crisis.Melita Grant is a Senior Research Director at the Institute for Sustainable Futures at the University of Technology Sydney. Melita has als…
 
Welcome to the fifth episode of our Winter Series on Water for Development, hosted by Michael Wilson and Rosie Wheen. This episode looks at innovation and market mechanisms, and Indigenous water management.Karen Milward is a proud Yorta Yorta woman, and a Director of Yarra Valley Water. Karen provides organisations and their people with program des…
 
Welcome to the fourth episode of our Winter Series on Water for Development, hosted by Michael Wilson and Rosie Wheen. In this episode, we'll be looking at water policy and innovation, as well as domestic water management in Australia. Malcolm Turnbull is the Former Prime Minister of Australia and Former Water Minister. Howard Bamsey is Chair of th…
 
Welcome to the third episode of our Winter Series on Water for Development, hosted by Michael Wilson and Rosie Wheen. In this episode, we'll be looking at the role and importance of water for human development, with Alison Baker and Navara Kiene. Alison is the Fund Manager of Water for Women, and Navara is Director of Programs at WaterAid. Relevant…
 
Welcome to the second episode of our Winter Series on Water for Development, hosted by Michael Wilson and Rosie Wheen. In this episode, we'll be looking at global leadership on water, with Kevin Rudd, former Prime Minister of Australia, and former Chair of the Global Leadership Council of the Sanitation and Water for All Global Partnership. Relevan…
 
Welcome to the first episode of our Winter Series on Water for Development, hosted by Michael Wilson and Rosie Wheen.Our first episode looks at the water for development crisis, with two incredible water leaders. The first is Dr Rose Kaggwa, a leader from the National Water Corporation in Uganda. She's joined in this episode by Mina Guli, Founder a…
 
Launching next week, our new winter series will ask how we can better manage #water. Hosted by Michael Wilson of @WaterPartnersAU and Rosie Wheen of @WaterAidAus, join us as we dive in to our global water future at www.goodwillhunterspodcast.com.auद्वारा Good Will Hunters
 
Welcome to our seventh and final episode of the Good Will Hunters Autumn Series: The NGO of the Future. This series is presented with sponsorship from Alinea Whitelum. Learn more about their work here alineawhitelum.comIn this episode, co-hosts Paul Ronalds and Rachel Mason Nunn speak with Jo Cavanagh and David Crosbie on the challenges and opportu…
 
Welcome to our sixth episode of the Good Will Hunters Autumn Series: The NGO of the Future. This series is presented with sponsorship from Alinea Whitelum. Learn more about their work here alineawhitelum.comIn this episode, co-hosts Paul Ronalds and Rachel Mason Nunn speak with Lawrence Goldstone and Kristy Muir on the NGO workforce of the future. …
 
Welcome to our fifth episode of the Good Will Hutners Autumn Series: The NGO of the Future. This series is presented with sponsorship from Alinea Whitelum. Learn more about their work here alineawhitelum.comIn this episode, hosts Paul Ronalds and Rachel Mason Nunn speak with Pia Carona and David Spriggs on the digital revolution facing NGOs, and th…
 
Welcome to our fourth episode of the Good Will Hunters Autumn Series: The NGO of the Future.This series is presented with sponsorship from Alinea Whitelum. Learn more about their work here alineawhitelum.com In this episode, hosts Paul Ronalds and Rachel Mason Nunn speak with Kevin Starr and Mark Reading on the innovation challenge facing NGOs, and…
 
Welcome to our third episode of the Good Will Hunters Autumn Series: The Future of the NGO. This series is presented with sponsorship from Alinea Whitelum. Learn more about their work here alineawhitelum.comIn this episode, hosts Rachel Mason Nunn and Paul Ronalds speak with Leonie Valentine and Sarah Davies on the future of NGO fundraising. Leonie…
 
Welcome to our second episode of the Good Will Hunters Autumn Series: The Future of the NGO. This series is presented with sponsorship from Alinea-Whitelum. Learn more about their work here alineawhitelum.comIn this episode, hosts Rachel Mason Nunn and Paul Ronalds speak with Audette Exel and Jo Barraket on the evolution of NGO business models. Jo …
 
Welcome to our first episode of the Good Will Hunters Autumn Series: The Future of the NGO. This series is presented with generous sponsorship from Alinea-Whitelum. Learn more about their work here https://alineawhitelum.com In this episode, hosts Rachel Mason Nunn and Paul Ronalds speak with Anabel Cruz and Andrew Leigh MP on increasing restrictio…
 
Welcome to Good Will Hunters' Autumn Series. The time has come for NGOs to radically transform. Major global shifts are underway. Civic space is shrinking and the fundamental tenets of democracy – open, transparent and accountable governance – are under threat. There is growing political antagonism towards advocacy and activism, and increasing rest…
 
In the GWH Summer Series, ACFID’s Bridi Rice takes you inside the Canberra foreign policy community to ask one key question: what does increased poverty mean for Australian international affairs?In the last of this six-part series, Bridi Rice will be speaking with Serena Sasingian on local leadership and Australian/Papua New Guinean roots.Serena Sa…
 
In the GWH Summer Series, ACFID’s Bridi Rice takes you inside the Canberra foreign policy community to ask one key question: what does increased poverty mean for Australian international affairs?In the fifth of this six-part series, Bridi will be chatting with James Gilling about all things localisation, empowering local voices, and the future of A…
 
In the GWH Summer Series, ACFID’s Bridi Rice takes you inside the Canberra foreign policy community to ask one key question: what does increased poverty mean for Australian international affairs? Welcome to Episode 04 of Good Will Hunters’ Summer Series, brought to you by Good Will Media. Today, in the fourth of this six-part series, our host Bridi…
 
In the GWH Summer Series, ACFID’s Bridi Rice takes you inside the Canberra foreign policy community to ask one key question: what does increased poverty mean for Australian international affairs? Welcome to Episode 03 of Good Will Hunters’ Summer Series, brought to you by Good Will Media. Today, in the third of this six-part series, our host Bridi …
 
In the GWH Summer Series, ACFID’s Bridi Rice takes you inside the Canberra foreign policy community to ask one key question: what does increased poverty mean for Australian international affairs? Welcome to Episode 02 of Good Will Hunters’ Summer Series, brought to you by Good Will Media. Today, in the second of this six-part series, our host Bridi…
 
In the Good Will Hunters Summer Series, ACFID’s Bridi Rice takes you inside the Canberra foreign policy community to ask one key question: what does increased poverty mean for Australian international affairs? Welcome to Episode 1 of Good Will Hunters’ Summer Series, brought to you by Good Will Media. Today, in the first of this six-part series, ou…
 
Welcome to Good Will Hunters’ Summer Series. This series is produced by Good Will Media. This series was born out of the realisation of one simple fact: for the first time in a generation - that’s over 20 years - the World Bank predicts a rise in extreme poverty. This is a confronting reality which is hard to imagine. What does it mean for those of…
 
Welcome to Episode 103 of Good Will Hunters, brought to you by Good Will Media. Today I speak to Paul Ronalds, Group CEO of Save the Children Australia, about how NGOs can transform and innovate to meet the growing challenges they face.Enjoy,The GWH Teamद्वारा Good Will Hunters
 
Welcome to Episode 102 of Good Will Hunters brought to you by Good Will Media. Today on the show I’m speaking with Prue Clarke. Prue Clarke is an award winning journalist, professor and media development specialist. Since 2004 Prue’s reporting has focused on sub-Saharan Africa where she has uncovered corruption in the mining industry, and child tra…
 
Welcome to Episode 101 of Good Will Hunters.Today we’re talking about Kylie Moore-Gilbert. Kylie is an Australian academic currently imprisoned in Iran. In this episode I speak to two of Kylie’s friends and colleagues, Dara and Marika, about Kylie. We discuss her arrest, her transfer to Quarchuck prison after two years of solitary confinement, and …
 
Welcome to Episode 100 of Good Will Hunters brought to you by Good Will Media. This episode really crept up on us - it’s so exciting to reach 100 EPISODE, and if you’re listening to this, and you’re a regular listen, I’d really love you to reach out and introduce yourself if we haven’t already met! I feel as though I know so many of you personally …
 
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