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Small Changes

By The Guardian

Small Changes is a series of one-on-one interviews with people who've seen a problem in the world and set out to change it - often in small and unexpected ways

  1. 1.
    'The blood lady': the medical start-up founder saving lives in Nigeria – podcast 12/19/2018
    18:41
  2. 2.
    'What happened to me will not happen to my daughters': sexual violence in war – podcast 12/12/2018
    17:48
  3. 3.
    Defying the Taliban: Afghanistan's secret schools for girls – podcast 12/05/2018
    18:50
  4. 4.
    'I live in the 21st century, not the 10th': the first female judge in a sharia court – podcast 11/28/2018
    18:15
  5. 5.
    'Suddenly you have to run for your life': a film-maker's take on life in Sudan – podcast 11/21/2018
    19:47
  6. 6.
    ‘My father's murderers are still free’: taking on Mexico's violent underworld – podcast 11/14/2018
    22:04
  7. 7.
    'Disability is not the end of the world': reinventing yourself after becoming blind – podcast 11/07/2018
    15:09
  8. 8.
    'It's a long fight': the communities devastated by Brazil's dam collapse – podcast 10/31/2018
    13:42
  1. 9.
    Capital offence: tackling harassment on public transport in Bogotá – podcast 10/24/2018
    16:32
  2. 10.
    'Inequality is a poison': campaigning for Muslim women's rights – podcast 10/17/2018
    15:16
  3. 11.
    Fighting for LGBT rights in a country where lesbians are caned – podcast 10/10/2018
    15:49
  4. 12.
    Fighting the advance of the desert: the forest maker of the Sahel – podcast 10/03/2018
    17:16
  5. 13.
    The Mosul historian who risked his life to blog about life under Isis – podcast 09/26/2018
    17:28
  6. 14.
    'I'm a living manifestation of possibility': South Africa's emissary on disability – podcast 09/19/2018
    21:45
  7. 15.
    'It came at a great cost but it was worth it': Bangladesh protests – podcast 09/12/2018
    15:50
  8. 16.
    'Dance has done so much for me': the leader of Kenya's slum ballet school – podcast 08/22/2018
    19:25
  9. 17.
    'Girls who leave militias get rejected': helping child soldiers go home – podcast 08/15/2018
    16:33
  10. 18.
    The football-loving lawyer moving the goalposts for girls’ rights in Kenya – podcast 08/08/2018
    19:16
  11. 19.
    'I was always a rebel who stood up for my rights': rise of a Tunisian activist – podcast 08/01/2018
    20:34
  12. 20.
    How opera found an open ear in South Africa's townships – podcast 07/25/2018
    19:39
  13. 21.
    Resistance 101: the video game going to war on malaria – podcast 07/18/2018
    16:18
  14. 22.
    The cashless taxi system that's reducing Rwanda's traffic accidents – podcast 07/11/2018
    14:48
  15. 23.
    The Palestinian engineer using ashes and rubble to rebuild Gaza – podcast 07/04/2018
    17:24
  16. 24.
    'Half of Indian children are sexually abused': a survivor speaks out – podcast 06/27/2018
    19:46
  17. 25.
    The doctor from Myanmar faced with 1 million patients and a plague of rats – podcast 06/20/2018
    19:49
  18. 26.
    Executed, disappeared, tortured: the risks of defending human rights – podcast 05/30/2018
    19:45
  19. 27.
    'Every girl is forced by our culture into FGM': battling for change in Kenya – podcast 05/23/2018
    19:49
  20. 28.
    'Children were dying of hunger': the doctor fighting for Ecuador's poor – podcast 05/16/2018
    18:39
  21. 29.
    Could this man end the 35-year tyranny of Cameroon's President Biya? – podcast 05/09/2018
    18:48
  22. 30.
    'It's everywhere – in factories, in the bedroom': fighting India's gender violence – podcast 05/02/2018
    25:19
  23. 31.
    Sun, sand and thousands of refugees: the Lesbos volunteer – podcast 04/25/2018
    27:21
  24. 32.
    From cattle herder to big pharma expert: one man's fight to end malaria – podcast 04/18/2018
    22:46
  25. 33.
    The woman who braves bullets and bombs to uphold her father's legacy in Somalia – podcast 04/11/2018
    19:20
  26. 34.
    Human experience will always speak louder than any campaign – podcast 04/04/2018
    16:37
  27. 35.
    Block like an Egyptian: roller derby team get women's rights on track – podcast 03/28/2018
    17:18
  28. 36.
    'Oxfam allegations are tip of iceberg': sexual harassment and aid workers – podcast 02/14/2018
    10:37
  29. 37.
    'Everything was clouded by Trump in 2017': a challenging year for poor nations – podcast 12/19/2017
    20:25
  30. 38.
    'It was unbelievable horror': the Rohingya crisis – podcast 12/07/2017
    17:57
  31. 39.
    'Famine as mass atrocity': in conversation with Alex de Waal – podcast 11/23/2017
    15:05
  32. 40.
    'Making war is easier than making peace': in conversation with Colombia's President Santos – podcast 11/08/2017
    13:22
  33. 41.
    'Some people believe disability is contagious': breaking down barriers in Mozambique – podcast 10/10/2017
    21:09
  34. 42.
    We need to talk about … Population and climate change 10/07/2017
    1:06:19
  35. 43.
    'Without health, people have nothing': Tanzania seeks a political salve – podcast 07/28/2017
    13:54
  36. 44.
    Why we need to get contraceptives to teenagers – podcast 07/06/2017
    16:44
  37. 45.
    How do you solve half a century of bloodshed in Colombia? – podcast 04/27/2017
    16:16
  38. 46.
    Why is east Africa facing a hunger crisis and what can be done? – podcast 03/23/2017
    14:22
  39. 47.
    Is child labour always wrong? The view from Bolivia – podcast 02/23/2017
    24:03
  40. 48.
    El trabajo infantil en Bolivia: ¿puede justificarse? – podcast 02/23/2017
    25:42
  41. 49.
    African women form a united front in the battle for equality – podcast 01/19/2017
    23:45
  42. 50.
    Zika, drought, conflict: what 2016 meant for the world's poorest – podcast 12/21/2016
    23:33
  43. 51.
    Cómo llegó Cuba a la mayoría de edad en el desarrollo de la primera infancia – podcast 11/16/2016
    25:26
  44. 52.
    How Cuba came of age on early childhood development – podcast 11/16/2016
    24:46
  45. 53.
    How Sri Lanka bit back at mosquitoes and wiped out malaria – podcast 10/24/2016
    16:25
  46. 54.
    Why are 63 million girls missing out on education? – podcast 09/19/2016
    18:10
  47. 55.
    Why Obama's ambition of an Aids-free generation is a pipe dream – podcast 08/01/2016
    14:24
  48. 56.
    Africa and the tech revolution: what's holding back the mobile continent? – podcast 07/26/2016
    11:43
  49. 57.
    Let's talk about sex: why do we need good sex education? – podcast 06/15/2016
    18:59
  50. 58.
    Why are so many children around the world out of school? – podcast 05/19/2016
    16:22
  51. 59.
    Dentro de La Ciudad de las Mujeres en Colombia – podcast 05/12/2016
    23:47
  52. 60.
    Inside Colombia's City of Women – podcast 04/20/2016
    19:37
  53. 61.
    Where drought is the new normal: El Niño worsens food shortages in Malawi and Zimbabwe – podcast 03/30/2016
    21:24
  54. 62.
    Democrats v autocrats in Africa: is there a winning formula? – podcast 02/25/2016
    19:47
  55. 63.
    In the eye of El Niño: landslides and flooding in coastal Peru – podcast 01/30/2016
    18:25
  56. 64.
    Paris climate talks turn up the heat on world leaders – podcast 12/10/2015
    20:56

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