One Step Forward

By Ian D. Quick

An oral history of public service in the hardest times. In each episode we talk with a practitioner doing impactful work in the midst of serious violence and political turmoil.

  1. 1.
    #036 Changing the development sector from the inside & the outside | Kathryn Nwajiaku-Dahou
    46:50
  2. 2.
    #035 Public policy amidst ever-increasing polarisation | Polly Mackenzie
    51:55
  3. 3.
    #034 Amplifying the voices of people impacted by injustice | Dao X Tran
    58:46
  4. 4.
    #033 Trauma-informed peacebuilding in Kenyan communities | Onyango Otieno & Kaltuma Noorow
    57:47
  5. 5.
    #032 Evolving humanitarian organisations to where they need to be | Kate Moger
    1:02:02
  6. 6.
    (Bonus episode) From serial terrorism suspect to police trainer | Ahmed Famau Ahmed
    26:17
  7. 7.
    #031 Healing the uniform | Gitahi Kanyeki & Bonface Beti
    57:06
  8. 8.
    #030 Policing & public services as seen from marginalised spaces | Wangui Kimari
    52:59
  1. 9.
    #029 At the intersection of politics, conflict & development | Donata Garrasi
    1:06:33
  2. 10.
    #028 Public & private diplomacy in West Africa | 'Tunde Afolabi
    1:10:01
  3. 11.
    #027 Sparking necessary conversations on extreme inequality | Johnny Miller
    1:06:50
  4. 12.
    #026: Conflict transformation in Nepali communities | Preeti Thapa
    55:09
  5. 13.
    #025: Bridging the empathy gap through graphic novels | Marc Ellison
    52:43
  6. 14.
    #024: Adding political savvy to humanitarian operations | Wale Osofisan
    1:00:35
  7. 15.
    #023: Covering electoral fraud & political transitions for the Financial Times | David Pilling
    49:21
  8. 16.
    #022: Rethinking stress and wellbeing in the aid sector | Gemma Houldey
    56:40
  9. 17.
    #021: Lessons and legacies of local “stabilisation” initiatives in Syria | Kathryn Rzeszut
    59:27
  10. 18.
    #020: Helping your city through the hardest times | Rabih Omar
    1:04:10
  11. 19.
    #019: Training social entrepreneurs in emerging markets | Roshan Paul
    1:01:52
  12. 20.
    #018: Reflections on the podcast after one year | Ian D. Quick
    5:55
  13. 21.
    #017: Making humanitarian services more people-centred and respectful | Nick van Praag
    53:10
  14. 22.
    #016: Using playback theatre to bridge divides after conflict | Hani al Rstum
    54:56
  15. 23.
    #015: Community reconciliation after “Tripoli’s 9-11” | Bilal Al Ayoubi
    57:32
  16. 24.
    #014: Better and safer work environments in the aid sector | Christine Williamson
    53:20
  17. 25.
    #013: A start-up to facilitate society’s most difficult conversations | Jean-Paul Chami
    1:06:41
  18. 26.
    #012: From militia commander to peacebuilder | Assaad Chaftari
    59:00
  19. 27.
    #011: Women in violent extremist organisations in Indonesia | Siti Darojatul Aliah
    43:00
  20. 28.
    #010: Inter-religious dialogue in the southern Philippines | Rufa Cagoco-Guiam
    1:07:32
  21. 29.
    #009: Helping the most marginalised to access key services in Nigeria | Ochonye Bartholomew Boniface
    1:02:12
  22. 30.
    #008: Starting up a Haitian community foundation | Marie-Rose Romain Murphy
    1:16:53
  23. 31.
    #007: Three decades as an Eritrean political refugee | Teame Mebrahtu
    1:15:32
  24. 32.
    #006: Shifting the power in international development | Alex Martins
    1:17:35
  25. 33.
    #005: Three decades treating torture survivors | Mario Gonzales
    1:07:35
  26. 34.
    #004: Challenging abusive extractive industries in Zimbabwe | Farai Maguwu
    1:04:06
  27. 35.
    #003: Tracking mineral trafficking & armed groups in the DRC | Dan Fahey
    1:12:35
  28. 36.
    #002: Human rights research in central Africa | Lewis Mudge
    1:16:20
  29. 37.
    #001: Managing humanitarian responses in extremis | Tariq Riebl
    31:33
  30. 38.
    #000: Prologue
    4:26

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