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Get the inside and authentic stories of two fine sorts driving people-powered change and working to double NZ's refugee quota. With beer on the side. #44 2/2. Marianne is a self-described mouthy introvert facilitating genuine people powered change, and transcending the jaded political landscape with citizen-led campaigns. Murdoch founded and leads the Doing Our Bit campaign to double the refugee quota in NZ, from 750 per annum (unchanged for 29 years). This is episode #44b/ 2of2 featuring Marianne and Murdoch. Ep.#44a/ 1of2 is already available here Show support: BizDojo Wellington: Cowork, countrywide. Collider Wgtn: 'Converge with Wellington's innovation, tech and creative scene.' Episode support: 💯 supporters on Patreon (US-based crowdfunding site) 🍻Beer support from Annika, brewer at Tiamana Brewery Show notes and links: Jingo: jargon +lingo ActionStation | ActionStation writing on Medium DoingOurBit.nz | Are we doing our bit for refugees? Brethren.org.nz :: Strength and Unity Human rights - Wikipedia Winston Peters - Wikipedia 🍺 #1: Witzig: 🇧🇪 Witbier with a twist | Tiamana Brew 🍺 #2: Berg: Schwarzbier, traditional 🇩🇪 Dark Lager style | Tiamana Brew Here's how we can fix NZ's public mental health system Mental Health advocate Mike King Mike King's resignation letter from the panel shaping suicide prevention in NZ JustSpeak Home Page No Pride In Prisons Boquita | Restaurant | La Boca Loca People online: Marianne Elliott: Website | Twitter ActionStation: Twitter | Facebook Murdoch Stephens/Doing Our Bit NZ: Twitter | Facebook Guest co-host: Jennifer O'Sullivan - Improvisor | Producer: Jenniferosullivan.com |Twitter | Podcast: Whats Your Jam twice podcast🎙🍻 (@twicepodcast) | Twitter twice podcast 🎙️🍻 (@twicepodcast) | Instagram Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show support: Two weeks in creative endeavour is stoked and proud to be supported by BizDojo and Collider Wgtn BizDojo Wellington: Cowork, countrywide. Ever wondered what powers twice podcast? That grinding background noise at points in episodes? Fine cowork gold in the form of a fully featured and professional coffee machine and grinder to practice your latte and flat white art - to your hearts content. Collider Wgtn: 'Collider is your opportunity to converge with Wellington's innovation, tech and creative scene. Whether you're connecting to an event in our programme or you're collaborating with a human in the tech hub, Collider aims to help you and your business grow. Collider is delivered by BizDojo and the programme exists due to support from Wellington City Council.' Thanks generous Patreon supporters including: Quad Chch, Driedfrog Ltd, ErgoStyle NZ, The Beer Library, Dave Lane, and other generous/anonymous patrons. Bribing innovators, creatives +social enterprisers with (usually) beer, every fortnight from Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand. Since August 2015. twice: two weeks in creative endeavour #44b: Wash Out The Hatred | Produced, edited, co-hosted and published by David Binstead, with guest co-hosts. ©43words/David Binstead 2017 twice: iTunes | Pocket Casts | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | RSS #mentalhealth #wellness #DoubleTheQuota #2gbw #BizDojo #WLG
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