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The latest in-depth audio discussions covering UNICEF's areas of focus, including education and gender equality; children and HIV and AIDS; and child survival and development.

Education and gender equality

Ensuring human rights key to educating children in conflict zones
UNICEF Radio moderator Amy Costello talks to Mary Robinson, President of Mary Robinson Foundation–Climate Justice and former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on ensuring children's rights in conflict zones.
AUDIO ram | mp3 | 10 March 2011

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Children and HIV and AIDS

Innovations in HIV treatment, prevention and care
Dr. Laura Guay and Bas Hoefman, co-Founder of Text to Change in Uganda, discuss how recent innovations can help expand HIV treatment for children and their families.
AUDIO ram | mp3 | 1 December 2009

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Child survival and development

Delivering on the frontlines
Sarah Chynoweth of the Women's Refugee Commission; filmmaker Etelle Higonnet; and Susan Purdin of the IRC discuss maternal health in conflict, post-conflict and emergency situations.
AUDIO ram | mp3 | 29 October 2008

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About the podcast

These in-depth audio discussions aim to stir up debate for both the development community and the general public.

Past guests have included Archbishop Desmond Tutu, President Jose Ramos-Horta, Nicholas Kristof, George Packer, Radhika Coomaraswamy, and others.

The discussions are moderated by Amy Costello, a former correspondent for Public Radio International.

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