You can't be what you can't see - Justin Coleman & Rudro Sen, Alliance of Sport in Criminal Justice
The Active Code
In the first episode of a new series of The Active Code, hosts Paul Griffiths and Luke Johnson are joined by Justin Coleman and Rudro Sen from Alliance of Sport in Criminal Justice.Who is Justin Coleman? Justin is Co-Founder and COO of Alliance of Sport in Criminal Justice, an organisation which was set up to reduce violence, crime and reoffending. Justin is an expert in leading and delivering projects that use sport and physical activity in the Criminal Justice System.He has won several awards for his work, including Prison Officer of the Year 2009 (Working with Young People) and a Major Butler Trust Award for his programme design and delivery.Who is Rudro Sen?Before moving to London, Rudro worked on the Just for Kicks programme in Mumbai, using football to support under-privileged teenagers to develop leadership skills and improve their life chances. He continued in the Sport for Development sector at the National Citizen Service (NCS) in London, working with 15-17-year-olds from diverse backgrounds on summer activity programmes.Rudro is now Project Manager for Alliance of Sport’s Levelling the Playing Field project which aims to use sport to address over-representation in the youth justice system.What is the podcast about?Justin and Rudro speak about their goal of facilitating a network of organisations to create “can do” attitudes.They discuss the importance of having positive role models in all communities, especially harder to reach ones, to inspire future generations.Justin describes his belief that physical activity is something we should all “just do” and not need to think about.
Diabetes in Primary Care - Dr Justin Coleman & Prof Michael Lean
In this episode Dr Justin Coleman discusses management of diabetes in primary care with Prof Michael Lean. This podcast was recorded by Justin and Mike in Alice Springs with support from Flinders University. Justin has recently developed a 4-part webinar series on Diabetes in General Practice at Medcast. To find out more about this course and to register, visit this page: https://medcast.com.au/courses/380
Will Fuller and Matt Skura Breakdowns, Interviews with Bernardrick McKinney, Justin Coleman and Robert Foster
Drive Time with Travis Wingfield
Travis is back for a busy Monday show as we welcome in three guests to the podcast: linebacker Bernardrick McKinney, cornerback Justin Coleman and wide receiver Robert Foster join to tell their football stories, signing with the Dolphins and much more. Plus, we'll break down the signings of Will Fuller and Matt Skura, and evaluate the roster through one week of FA.
We're continuing our Lent sermon series called "Seven Words," in which we're exploring how the final things Jesus said before his death reveal the shape and depth of God's love. Today Pastor Justin Coleman joins us to explore the final thing Jesus said to his mother and what it means for us. Worship with us online each Sunday at 9am here, or check out one of our online services on your own schedule here. Click here to make a donation to Kindred Church. Check out our Kindred Band worship playlist on YouTube here.
Worship Matters: Part 5 (Guest Preacher: Justin Coleman)
Kindred Church Podcast
Rev. Justin Coleman, Senior Pastor of University UMC (Kindred's mother church), joins us to wrap up our Worship Matters sermon series. Pastor Justin helps us think about the significance of the fact that each worship service ends with a commission to share the love of God in the world. Worship with us online each Sunday at 9am here, or check out one of our services on your own schedule here. Click here to make a donation to Kindred Church. Subscribe to our email newsletter on our website to stay up to date on Kindred news, events, and announcements.
Managing Uncertainty | Episode 9 with Dr Justin Coleman
In this episode, Dr Justin Coleman discusses how GP supervisors can employ appropriate strategies to support their registrar to better manage uncertainty. You can find Dr Coleman on Twitter @drjustincoleman. Originally recorded in April 2017.