Audio interviews with a number of former long-term UNICEF staff members are available through United Nations Yak, a privately maintained social and humanitarian development site (hosted by Yaktivate, a podcast network).
Among those interviewed are a former UNICEF Executive Director, two former Deputy Executive Directors, and other UNICEF staff who were involved in the evolution of various aspects of the organization’s work for children.
About United Nations Yak: Also known as The Yakkers’ Corner, the site was created in 2007 by Muriel Glasgow, a UNICEF staff member from 1966-1998. The site aims to communicate the ongoing relevance of the work of the United Nations and of other organizations and individuals involved in international and sustainable development, and follows their contributions towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals. Ms. Glasgow was named 'Ambassador of Peace' and is a United Nations Mentor.
Interviews in streaming audio format
The following interviews with former UNICEF staff members are hosted at United Nations Yak (external links).
Moncef Bouhafa (while at UNICEF, worked in communication and social mobilization)
Muriel Glasgow (with UNICEF from 1966-1998)
Ibrahim Jabr (29 years with UNICEF)
Fouad Kronfol (former UNICEF Director of Personnel and Special Advisor to the Executive Director; with UNICEF from 1959-1995)
Ann M. Veneman (former UNICEF Executive Director, 2005-2010):