Hewa Schwan, Kurdish American, discusses the culture of his people. Why do they still support the US even though many say the US has betrayed them so often?
Judy Anderson, who grew up in the Democratic Republic of Congo, discusses the difficulties the country faces as it tries to reform itself.
Marty Kooistra, King County (WA) Housing Consortium, addresses problems associated with housing. Duncan Marsh, international policy expert, discusses the policies involved with addressing climate change on an international basis.
Where can you train to be a Global Leader? At the Global Leadership Forum. Founder Peter Bloomquist describes the benefits of the cohort that people can
Former political prisoner Fred Bauma describes the youth movement LUCHA. It’s a group who seek to help their home country, the Democratic Republic of Congo, overcome corruption and the poverty and oppression that comes with it.
Sound Transit 3: $54 billion and costs don’t match benefits until 2071?
Middle East Explained, Part 1 — from the Kurdish point of view — Kurdish Howard Kobani, Middle East expert, explains how there can be peace in the Middle East.
Charlie Bresler, Executive Director, The Life You Can Save, describes how people can have more impact with their charitable donations.
Building Media After War: Jon Newstrom describes building and operating radio stations in war-torn Eastern Europe, Afghanistan, and Africa.
Stories from the internment camps in the U.S. West in WWII. Tom Ikeda, Densho, describes the lessons to be learned.
OneWorld Now!’s Kristin Hayden, with OWN Alum Philmon Haile, describes how study abroad changes lives.
Mouhamed Djalo describes his focus on the board of Global Impact. Mr. Djalo also discusses a youth of moving from one country to another for his family to gain free speech.
Edward Zellem spent several years in Afghanistan with the US Navy. He came to understand Afghan proverbs as part of speech, and wrote about it. Now, the author gives back on the Global Impact board.
Tostan Director Gannon Gillespie describes how Tostan, a Hilton Laureate, works with communities to tackle the greatest social problems — Tostan Brings Dignity for All.
Beth MacNairn, Executive Director, Handicap International, describes this unique organization, winner of both the Nobel Peace Price and the Hilton Humanitarian Award.
SOS Children’s Villages-USA CEO Lynn Croneberger describes one of the world’s best known organization’s efforts to help children for the long term.
The Hilton Humanitarian 2013 prize in the amount of $1.5 million awarded to ECPAT USA (End Child Prostitution and Trafficking)! Carol Smolenski, Executive Director, discusses saving children from sexual exploitation.
Gina Torry describes the obstacles to peace and how academics and policymakers collaborate for ending conflicts.
Dr. Emmanuel Ziga, Grace For All Nations, explains how his organization’s Christian principles apply to business.
Does this triple bottom line bank set the new standard for banking?
Rescuer of women and girls tortured by the LRA, Sister Rosemary explains the depth of the need.
Lawyers against poverty: Fiona Darroch describes how to use law to help gain rights for indigenous people.
Britt Yamamoto, Founder and CEO of iLEAP — Where World Citizens Learn — describes a program to bring people from around the world together to learn.
Angelic Young, Institute for Inclusive Security, discusses helping women have a voice at policy tables.