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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Samantha Nutt. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Samantha Nutt, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Samantha Nutt. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Samantha Nutt, often where they are interviewed.

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Samantha Nutt On Warchild and Warzones

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Samantha Joan Nutt CM OOnt is a Canadian physician and philanthropist, who is the founder and executive director of War Child Canada. She has more than sixteen years of experience working in war zones.

Jul 31 2020 · 41mins
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STUdio 9 Episode 5: Dr. Samantha Nutt

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Stu Chats with activist and founder of War Child; Dr. Samantha Nutt.

Studio 9 Episode 5 Show Notes:
- Sam discusses the dangers of being labelled by report cards. [1:15]
- “You shouldn’t let anyone else define your potential.” [2:20]
- Stu and Sam talk about how young people are working to break stereotypes and are creating change; referencing the Parkland students. [5:34]
- Hope for the future; young people speaking up and standing out amongst all of the garbage. [7:17]
- Dr. Nutt’s Message to parents and teachers. [8:55]
- Who inspires Samantha Nutt? [11:05]
- Sam’s biggest accomplishments. [12:25]
- Dr. Nutt talks about travelling to war torn countries. [13:55]
- Decompressing from the stress; knitting and Netflix. [17:40]
- The future of War Child. [19:40]
- Choosing an organization to support. [21:35]
- “It shouldn’t be about you.” [25:40]
- “Try to understand.” [26:37]

Links:
- http://globalstudentleadership.com/ [1:08]
- https://tim.blog/ [26:30]
- https://warchild.ca/ http://www.warchild.org/
- https://www.instagram.com/warchildcan/?hl=en
- https://twitter.com/SamanthaNutt?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor
- https://www.warchildusa.org/ [29:39]
Jul 27 2020 · 30mins

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War, Women and Worth with Dr. Samantha Nutt

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2:10 What is war child? How war child creates real change through long-term empowerment and equality programs

5:10 With so much going on in our own backyard, why should we care about war abroad? Why altruism shouldn’t stop at our borders

6:20 How Samantha’s early underdog experience helped shift her world view into caring for others

10:20 The old international aid models had to go. Why Samantha founded War Child to disrupt old what wasn’t working

12:20 How Samantha has worked to overcome doubt. How she found courage in wanting to create a better world

16:20 Why it’s important for all of us women to be more vocal and take more risks

18:20 Achieving and loving academics and feeling comfortable in your own skin

23:05 Finding resiliency during adversity. How distance-based learning is changing education for young girls in Eastern Congo

26:20 Lifting up female leadership to change the world

28:20 Why we should “big-tent” our feminism and care about gender equality everywhere.

31:20 How can we help. Simple ways to give make a difference. Give, volunteer. Think locally and internationally.

33:20 What is Samantha’s afterglow? A world without war is possible

35:20 How does Samantha care for herself doing the work she does

38:20 What Sam does for fun. Some surprising facts you might not expect from a war doctor.

41:20 What would Samantha say to her 15-year old self? Kind, encouraging words for a less courageous Sam

44:20 Who inspires Sam?

45:50 Tap into your voice. Understand what matters to you. Speak up and share those experiences. Celebrate women who are working towards change.

LEARN MORE ABOUT SAMANTHA NUTT + WAR CHILD

www.warchild.ca

www.instagram.com/drsamnutt/

Jun 02 2020 · 49mins
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Dr Samantha Nutt // War zones, women's health and winging it

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This week’s guest is neither our first doctor nor our first guest who has experienced war zones, but is definitely our first war zone doctor to join the show. With 11 honorary doctorates, an order of Canada, and an incredible career as a physician and philanthropist, Dr Samantha Nutt is one of the most interesting and articulate people I’ve had the pleasure to chat with.
From starting out in Somalia in her early 20s with UNICEF to founding War Child Canada to help children and women affected by war through education, economic opportunities, and legal support, Samantha is an absolute force to be reckoned with and I was so delighted to have met her on Necker Island with Business Chicks last year. If you’ve been listening a while, you’ll know my interest in crime is rivalled only by my quirky interest in war, so I have been fascinated by her career and, while war is a little anti-yay on its face, you’ll hear that her pathYAY is far from it.
I also think it’s important to use the platforms we have to confront the biggest nays to yay for humanity and shine a light on those who are fighting against it so passionately. I hope you are as inspired and mobilised by Dr Nutt as I was.
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Feb 20 2020 · 1hr 10mins

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Episode 44: Samantha Nutt

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Dr. Samantha Nutt is the founder of War Child, a group that assists children and their families in conflict affected countries around the world. Prior to founding War Child, Samantha Nutt was a humanitarian worker and researcher in places like Somalia, Burundi and Iraq. She pioneered a kind of gender study in war zones and her research on the deleterious humanitarian effects of economic sanctions is partly why there are so few countries currently under sanction these days. She tells some interesting (if harrowing) stories. It's a great episode!   

Dec 07 2014 · 43mins
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Samantha Nutt - interviewed by Carol Off

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Samantha Nutt, Founder and Executive Director of War Child, is interviewed by Carol Off following her talk at the Grandest Challenge symposium.
Dec 29 2012 · 29mins
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Samantha Nutt - interviewed by Carol Off

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Samantha Nutt, Founder and Executive Director of War Child, is interviewed by Carol Off following her talk at the Grandest Challenge symposium.
Dec 29 2012 · 29mins
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Samantha Nutt, Founder and Executive Director of War Child

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Samantha Nutt, Founder and Executive Director of War Child Canada, and author of the book Damned Nations speaks at The Grandest Challenge Symposium.
Dec 15 2012 · 26mins
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Samantha Nutt, Founder and Executive Director of War Child

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Samantha Nutt, Founder and Executive Director of War Child Canada, and author of the book Damned Nations speaks at The Grandest Challenge Symposium.
Dec 15 2012 · 26mins
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Samantha Nutt - full show

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First guest is Dr. Samantha Nutt, co-founder of War Child Canada. Her new book is "Damned Nations", in which Dr. Nutt writes about her sixteen years working in war-torn countries. She believes, that unwittingly, Canadians have become consumers of war because of the trade in "blood minerals" and heavy investment in arms companies by Canadian pension funds. Second guest is John Ralston Saul, President of PEN International. He talks about the work of PEN in protecting the rights of writers around the world and of his work in preserving indigenous languages.
Feb 11 2012 · 13mins
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