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Diversity With Diana Podcast

Diversity With Diana Podcast

By Diana Sifuna
Diversity With Diana (DWD) Podcast showcases conversations on inclusive diversity, good governance and tech innovation. The show is hosted by Diana Sifuna, a public policy and governance specialist. Listen to learn, unlearn and relearn concepts that promote inclusion among humanity and propose for policies that advance sustainable development. She is a passionate inclusive diversity advocate, marketer and communications professional whose mission is to empower the community through inclusion.
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Podcast 22 | Alternative Leadership Options in A Democracy | Wanjiku Kihika & Diana Sifuna
This week, host Diana Sifuna is joined in Studio by Wanjiku Kihika who is the Founder and Executive Director of Tribeless Youth as well a governance and arts advocate. We focus our discussion on Saba Saba, it's meaning and our collective duty as watchdogs that ensure that compliance with the constitution is upheld. Engage with us as we seek to explore alternative leadership options in our democracy. Tribeless Youth initiative was established with the purpose of promoting peaceful coexistence among the youth in Kenya devoid of negative ethnicity or tribal lenses.   Additional Info:   Wanjiku is an undergraduate Public Relations student and concurrently pursuing a certificate in Gender and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Executive Studies. She completed the transformational leadership training by Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung and another program on Place Based Leadership for Prevention of Urban Violence from University of Sunderland in partnership with the Danish Institute. Her impeccable track record has received recognition. She was first runners  up in the Diversity and Inclusion Awards (DIAR)  organized by the Daima Trust in Partnership with National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) as well as the Integrity Award by Kenya Civil Society Network. She is both a TedX (2019) and an Acumen fellow.   #PowerToThePeople #SabaSabaMarchForOurLives #DiversityWithDianaPodcast #InclusiveDiversityBenefitsUsAll   Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com
52:46
July 7, 2021
Podcast 21 | Effective Communication on Reproductive Health | Evelyn Odhiambo & Diana Sifuna
This week’s podcast discusses the role of effective communication in Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) matters. Host Diana Sifuna is joined by Guest Evelyn Odhiambo in the conversation regarding crucial information dissemination among youths on Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR). Evelyn Odhiambo is the youth Coordinator at Reproductive Health Network Kenya (RHNK), a network of trained health care providers, who are passionate about ensuring provision of quality comprehensive reproductive health information and services. She is also a trained communications professional, with a diploma in public relations from the Cooperative University of Kenya. She is a final year student at the University of Nairobi pursuing a BA degree in Journalism and media studies. At RHNK, she supports the management of the Hotline Nena Na Binti digital space for SRH awareness creation and information dissemination to stakeholders. Ms. Odhiambo is also the contact person for the SheDecides Kenya movement and SRHR trainer (Trainer4Life) with Dance4Life Foundation where she has empowered more than 1000 young people on SRHR. She is serving as a youth representative at the African Free of New HIV infections (AfNHi ) Committee. In the conversation with her, we ask:  1. How do most young people perceive SRH?  2. What is most crucial in SRH Education?  3. How can we do better when communicating about SRHR to both girls and boys? #ReproductiveHealth #SexualReproductiveHealth #Education #Communication
50:51
June 22, 2021
Podcast 20 | Youth Inclusion in Political Party Leadership | Wilkister Aduma & Diana Sifuna
As one of the youngest ever female political party leaders of a Kenyan Political Party Ms. Wilkister Aduma speaks to Ms. Diana Sifuna about her experience in Politics and Leadership. Professionally, Ms. Aduma is the founder of an initiative called Run For Office, whose main objective is to encourage and support young people to run for office and lead while challenging the stereotype that young people run for public offices to seek clout and can not necessarily lead. She has over six years experience in political party administration. She served as the Executive Director of Labour Party of Kenya, the youngest person to hold such a political office at the time. Notably, the Labour Party of Kenya was able to partner with the Danish Youth League on a gender mainstreaming in politics programme, piloted in two counties in the country. In the 2017 elections, she was the Secretariat Head for the Thirdway Alliance Kenya. Wilkister Aduma studied commerce at the University of Nairobi and is a consultant at Enigma Company Ltd, a company focusing on management consultancy serving private sector, government and civil society. Her area of expertise in consultancy is Youth Development, Youth-responsive policy formulation and technical advice in the same area. #GoodGovernance​​ #InclusiveDiversity​​ #PoliticalLeadership  Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com
53:31
June 3, 2021
Podcast 19 | The Future of Education | Robert Omondi & Diana Sifuna
This week's conversation welcomes Robert Omondi "RJ"a passionate educator who is also the most recent beneficiary of a scholarship from Duke University - Stanford School of Public Policy in Durham, North Carolina, USA. He is currently running a fundraising campaign to raise $50,000 to offset the cost of tuition and living expenses at Duke this Fall (August 2020). You can find out more about the campaign through this link https://bit.ly/rjduke to learn more about the drive. As technology is rapidly changing the world around us, many people worry that technology will replace human intelligence. Some educators worry that there will be no students to teach anymore in the near future as technology might take over a lot of tasks and abilities that we have been teaching our students for decades. The thing is: Education will never disappear. It will just take up different forms. Education has a direct impact on life expectancy and overall health. It's also a powerful agent of change that can lift generations out of poverty - educated parents are more likely to see the value of education for their children. We listen to Robert as he shares his personal journey in education as well as his role as a young person in fostering education in Kenya. #Education #Technology #EdTech #FutureofEducation #InclusiveDiversity #Inclusion #GoodGovernance
57:18
April 28, 2021
Podcast 18 | Women In Sports & Inclusion| Danielle Evans & Diana Sifuna
This week DWD Host Diana Sifuna is joined by Danielle Evans, the reigning Miss Brighton and Founder of the viral rugby campaign #TryMe​. Danielle was born at 26 weeks, weighing a mere 0.835kg and suffered from chronic lung disease. She also experienced a number of learning difficulties in school. However, despite these challenges, Danielle continues to play rugby, continue learning and hopes to be example to many people, who are struggling.  Whereas men are more likely to engage in sport or physical activity to have fun (33%), to be with friends (23%) or to improve physical performance (26%), women are concerned with controlling their weight (26%), to improve their physical appearance (24%) or to counteract the effects of ageing (17%). Additionally, Danielle graduated from Southampton Solent, achieving a First Class Honours degree in Fashion Photography. In February, she graduated from Brighton Business School after obtaining my Masters degree in Marketing (Digital Specialty).  Since then, Danielle has been nominated for the ‘Positive Role Model’ award from the National Diversity Awards Organisation. In 2019, Danielle founded the globally recognised campaign, #TryMe​, which aims to break stereotypes in women's rugby and sport, whilst also promoting body positivity, inclusion and diversity. This campaign has reached the global press and Danielle has held a number of talks and interviews at schools and rugby clubs up and down the UK. In February of this year, Danielle was awarded the title of Miss Brighton, meaning she gets to represent the city at the prestigious pageant, Miss Great Britain. Danielle uses this title to continue her positive influence in and around the city. She volunteers and is an ambassador for a number of charities. #InclusiveDiversity​​ #WomenInSports​ #IWD2021​​ #Rugby​ #BeautyQueen​​ #DWDPodcast​​  Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com
39:44
April 16, 2021
Podcast 17 | Reproductive Health Rights | Ebby Weyime & Diana Sifuna
DWD Host Diana is joined by Ebby Grace Weyime, the Founder & CEO of The Grace Cup and a thought leader when it comes to menstrual hygiene with a particular interest on re-usable products. Additionally, Ebby is also a popular African actress, a former model and a Menstrual Health Management Consultant.   International Women’s Day, marked annually on March 8th, is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. IWD also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women’s achievements or rally for women’s equality.   The DWD podcast engages Ebby to discuss reproductive health rights for women and girls as well as menstrual health management (MHM). The campaign theme for International Women’s Day 2021 is ‘Choose To Challenge‘. A challenged world is an alert world. And from challenge comes change.    We ask Ebby, What do you #ChooseToChallenge​ ?   #InclusiveDiversity​ #InternationalWomensMonth​ #IWD2021​ #MenstrualHealthManagement​ #ReproductiveHealthRights​ #GraceCup​ #DWDPodcast​  Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com
46:34
March 31, 2021
Podcast 16 | Youth in Diplomacy | Richard Kakunga Wambua & Diana Sifuna
This week Diana is joined by Richard Kakunga Wambua, a Pan-African Innovator and a Climate Diplomat. He serves as the Chairperson of the Young Diplomats of Kenya (YDK), where he has led teams to partner with International Organizations and Foreign Missions to advocate for youth inclusion and empowerment within the international affairs arena. Among his numerable global recognitions, Richard is known for his contribution towards SDG 13 (Climate action), he was nominated to be a 2020 UNEP Young Champion of the Earth regional finalist for Africa. This is UNEP’s leading initiative to engage youth in tackling the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. The DWD podcast engages Richard as a young diplomat to debunk diplomacy and the myths around surrounding foreign aid & policies. We ask what he has observed on big-stick diplomacy, dollar diplomacy and moral diplomacy when engaging with the diplomatic communities & missions.    #GoodGovernance​ #InclusiveDiversity​ #ClimateAction​ #Diplomacy​ #ForeignAid​  Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana
48:18
March 29, 2021
Podcast 15 | Women In Politics | Suzanne Silantoi & Diana Sifuna
This Week Diana is joined by Suzanne Silantoi, a public policy analyst & a graduate from University of York with a Master of Arts in Public Administration and Public Policy. Suzanne was the youngest Nairobi senatorial candidate in 2017 at the age of 23. Women everywhere are breaking the glass ceiling in politics but their voices still go unheard and their contributions are too often sidelined. In many places women are still seen as incapable of taking on responsibility in what are perceived as male-oriented areas, such as finance, energy, economic development, climate change, foreign affairs, defense, trade and infrastructure. This is often the case in parliaments where women are given ‘women’s only’ portfolios or only allowed to sit in women committees and are being pushed away from the other committees because of their gender. We ask, what was your experience as a young woman in politics and what lessons have you learnt in this maiden political journey #GoodGovernance​​​ #InclusiveDiversity​​​ #InternationalWomensDay​​  Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana 
38:02
March 10, 2021
Podcast 14 | Women and Leadership: Boundaries | Noha Shawky & Diana Sifuna
This Week Diana is joined by Noha Shawky, a seasoned visionary senior leader grounded on extensive 28 years of international experience on global and regional level in a variety of roles including General manager position, Global chief of staff, and Business Development. Noha a prominent creative and result driven leader thriving for innovation, helping and inspiring others, building partnerships and creating value to stakeholders. Many career women have had challenges with defining boundaries in the thought corporate world as well as the philanthropic world. We ask, why is it important to celebrate the 2021 International Women's Day dubbed Women in Leadership and How do women leaders define boundaries them soar them up to success? #GoodGovernance #InclusiveDiversity #InternationalWomensDay   Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana
35:22
March 8, 2021
Podcast 13 | Right Brain People in Governance | Nyambura Wa Wanjiku & Diana Sifuna
This week's the podcast show Diana has a conversation with her FIRST guest speaker - Nyambura Wa Wanjiku, a multipotentiality political enthusiast and art connoisseur who is fascinated by human behavior, organization and expressions. in Kenya.   We ask, "Is there room for right-brain people in governance?" #GoodGovernance​ #InclusiveDiversity​ #TechInnovation​ #GenderDiversity​  Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana
39:20
March 3, 2021
YOUTH AGENDA: What are the GENDER DYNAMICS In Youth Employment? | Diana Sifuna
This is a cut out of Diana Sifuna's Participation in the Youth Employment Conference (YEC) in 2020 organised by The Youth Agenda (YAA) at the Kenya School of Government (KSG). What more would you add to the conversation about the Gender Dynamics in Youth Employment in Africa?    #Youth Agenda #YEC2020 #DiversityWithDianaPodcast   Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana
11:51
January 8, 2021
PROSPER APP: MENTORSHIP Experiences (2) | Moderated by Diana Sifuna
This week's the podcast showcases PART TWO of MYPROSPERCLINIC session with advisees who have used the MYPROSPER APP platform. MyProsper App connects you to experienced, highly accomplished professionals for personalized, trustworthy affordable advice on demand on the phone.🤛🏾🇰🇪 #MyProsperClinic  Diana spoke to advisees:  i) Mary Weremba on EXECUTIVE PRESENCE;  ii) Martin Namasaka on THE ART OF NEGOTIATION; and  iii) Gillian Ndeti on CAREER GROWTH   Take a notebook and pen to jot down sth incredible ideas on the 3 mentioned areas.  Prosper App Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVzk...   Prosper Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/prosperapp  Prosper App Website: https://myprosper.app  Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana
23:41
November 27, 2020
PROSPER APP: MENTORSHIP Experiences (1) | Moderated by Diana Sifuna
This week's the podcast showcases PART ONE of MYPROSPERCLINIC session with advisees who have used the MYPROSPER APP platform. MyProsper App connects you to experienced, highly accomplished professionals for personalized, trustworthy affordable advice on demand on the phone.🤛🏾🇰🇪 #MyProsperClinic  Diana spoke to advisees:  i) Mary Weremba on EXECUTIVE PRESENCE;  ii) Martin Namasaka on THE ART OF NEGOTIATION; and  iii) Gillian Ndeti on CAREER GROWTH   Take a notebook and pen to jot down sth incredible ideas on the 3 mentioned areas.   Prosper App Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVzkw1MOC-pS4A3SgOtZ_OA/channels  Prosper Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/prosperapp  Prosper App Website: https://myprosper.app  Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
28:22
November 20, 2020
Podcast 12 | What are the ELEMENTS of Diversity? | Diana Sifuna
This week's the podcast show enlists common elements of diversity in our day to day official and unofficial engagements. In the podcast, Diana lists:  i) Cultural Integration  ii) Nationality  iii) Language  iv) Sexual Orientation  v) Social Class  vi) Spirituality  vii) Race  viii) Gender  ix) Mental Ability  x) Call to action for Kenyans to join Inclusive Diversity Advocates Kenya Group https://web.facebook.com/groups/inclu...  Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
07:04
November 13, 2020
Podcast 11 | Understanding CULTURAL Diversity | Diana Sifuna
This week's the podcast show looks at the assertions made by United Nations Environmental Science & Cultural Organisations (UNESCO) Article 1 regarding cultural diversity and its importance.   In the podcast, Diana states:  i) Definition of cultural diversity  ii) Positive cultural diversity elements  iii) Unethical cultural elements  iv) Call to action for Kenyans to join Inclusive Diversity Advocates Kenya Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/inclusivediversitykenya    Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
09:37
October 2, 2020
Podcast 10 | What is Diversity? (Diversity Explained SIMPLY) | Diana Sifuna
This week's the podcast show defines DIVERSITY for all people including KIDS.  #Diversity = #Differences    Diana suggests that:  i) DIVERSITY = DIFFERENCES  ii) Diversity is GOOD   Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
08:06
September 18, 2020
KENYA YOUNG MEMBERS OF COUNTY ASSEMBLY: A Youth Status Conversation | Diana Sifuna
This week's the podcast show highlights the contributions made by the host Diana Sifuna in the Youth Status Conversation hosted online by the Kenya Young Members of County Assembly (KYMCA) #InclusiveDiversityBenefitsUsAll ✊🏾   Diana suggests that:  i) Youths MUST anchor themselves with GOOD VALUES  ii) Youths MUST unite and have POSITIVE ALLIANCES across different political divides to push forth the Youth Agenda.   Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
21:31
September 11, 2020
CENTRE FOR MULTIPARTY DEMOCRACY: My OPEN GOVERNMENT Kenya Campaign | Diana Sifuna
In general terms, an open government is one with high levels of transparency and mechanisms for public scrutiny and oversight in place, with an emphasis on government accountability. Diana Sifuna joins the Centre for MultiPart Democracy (Kenya) Campaign dubbed #MyOpenGovernment to advocate for INCLUSIVITY, INTEGRITY & TRANSPARENCY.   Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
00:59
August 25, 2020
Podcast 09 | How to Deal with the TEEN PREGNANCIES Upsurge | Diana Sifuna
This week we review the rise of teen pregnancies in Kenya amidst the Covid19 Pandemic and propose long term solutions to curbing this menace. #Covid19 #ShadowPandemic #TeenPregnancies Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
10:24
August 18, 2020
Podcast 08 | Conditions for DIVERSITY GAINS | Diana Sifuna
This week the podcast show highlights conditions for diversity initiatives in an organisation which help to keep a competitive human resource advantage. They include: i) Individuals must have completely different skills and information set; ii) The skills and information sets are all relevant for tasks that have to be performed within the firm; and  iii) Individuals are able to communicate and understand each other. Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
01:50
August 11, 2020
CENTRE FOR MULTIPARTY DEMOCRACY: Implement Article 100 of the KENYAN CONSTITUTION (Part 2) | Diana Sifuna
PART TWO: The objective of the Webinar was to assess the status of the implementation of Article 100 in the Kenyan Constitution. In order to have a full and robust democracy, a country’s political system must be effectively represented by leaders drawn from all genders and regions. Despite women and youths forming the bulk of the country’s populations, their representation in various political processes remains inadequate. The representation of the ethnic and other minorities and the marginalized communities have neither been spared as most a time their representation is yet to be felt in various political processes. None representation of these groups has greatly disadvantaged them as it has in turn worked against them in that, it has deprived them a platform where they can air issues that affect them and lobby for enactment of legislations that work in their favour.  This is a cutout of Diana Sifuna's Participation in the webinar. What more could you add to the conversation on inclusion and representation in parliament for youths, women and PWDs?  #ImplementArticle100 #DiversityWithDiana Podcast #InclusiveDiversityBenefitsUsAll Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
12:00
August 6, 2020
CENTRE FOR MULTIPARTY DEMOCRACY: Implement Article 100 of the KENYAN CONSTITUTION (Part 1) | Diana Sifuna
PART ONE: The objective of the Webinar was to assess the status of the implementation of Article 100 in the Kenyan Constitution. In order to have a full and robust democracy, a country’s political system must be effectively represented by leaders drawn from all genders and regions. Despite women and youths forming the bulk of the country’s populations, their representation in various political processes remains inadequate. The representation of the ethnic and other minorities and the marginalized communities have neither been spared as most a time their representation is yet to be felt in various political processes. None representation of these groups has greatly disadvantaged them as it has in turn worked against them in that, it has deprived them a platform where they can air issues that affect them and lobby for enactment of legislations that work in their favour.    This is a cutout of Diana Sifuna's Participation in the webinar. What more could you add to the conversation on inclusion and representation in parliament for youths, women and PWDs? #ImplementArticle100 #DiversityWithDiana Podcast #InclusiveDiversityBenefitsUsAll   Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
12:01
August 4, 2020
Podcast 07 | How To Promote INCLUSIVE DIVERSITY | Diana Sifuna
This week in the Diversity With Diana Podcast Series the discussion is on tactics of promoting inclusion beyond access in diversity.    #DiversityWithDiana Podcast #InclusiveDiversity   Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
09:07
July 27, 2020
Podcast 06 | Can SABASABA Safeguard KENYA'S CONSTITUTION? | Diana Sifuna
This week Diana examines the Saba Saba Peaceful March done on the 7th of July 2020 dubbed "Saba Saba March For Our Lives" by Social Justice Activists. The March commemorated 30-years since the first March that was done in 1990 to fight for re-instatement of Multi-Party democracy through repealing Section 2A of the Kenyan Constitution that had Kenya operating as a Single Party state. Do you reckon that Saba Saba has lost it's meaning in Kenya? Isn't it appalling to know that the first Saba Saba March in 1990 was done by opposition leaders to fight for much-needed constitutional reforms among the re-instating Kenya as a democracy through repealing of Section 2(A) of the old Constitution. Hasn't it then been our duty as citizen watchdog - the opposition, the religious institutions, civil society & the general public to ensure that we commemorate this day by ensuring that the Laws of Kenya through the Constitution are upheld.... Or are we as millennials (and others) too busy to care? Engage me this week on my social media handles as we reprioritise our focus as the Kenyans. This year activists wanted to highlight these 2 major issues:  1. Police brutality / violence- illegal arrests, detentions and killings  2. Corruption / Impunity - by leaders & state officers   #PowerToThePeople #SabaSabaMarchForOurLives #DiversityWithDiana Podcast #InclusiveDiversity Benefits Us All  Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
14:22
July 14, 2020
MZALENDO TRUST: An e-Forum on COVID19 Impact on Governance in Kenya | Diana Sifuna
This is a cut out of Diana Sifuna's Participation in the e-Forum. What more could you add to the conversation as a youth in governance? The objective of the Webinar was to discuss the implications of Covid-19 to the governance space in Kenya. To steer the discussion was Mzalendo’s Covid-19 Impact Analysis Report, being an output of a three-month analysis undertaken to examine the implications of the pandemic to the political, economic and social spaces and whose results were be disseminated during the meeting. #Covid19AndGovernanceKE #DiversityWithDiana Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: Bensound
14:56
July 11, 2020
Podcast 05 | What is WORKFORCE DIVERSITY? | Diana Sifuna
This week  with we explore workforce diversity, tokenism, inclusive diversity and why inclusive diversity is important for innovation in the 21st century companies. #DiversityWithDiana Podcast Series #InclusiveDiversity   Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
10:05
June 22, 2020
Podcast 04 | Addressing POLICE BRUTALITY in Kenya (Part 2)| Diana Sifuna
This week we continue with #HumanityPowerKE Series in a moment of solidarity against racism, injustice & inequality experienced my fellow members in the black community in the arms of the Police. In the Kenyan Context, this is Part 2 on the plight to stop police brutality in Kenya. As humanity (of all ages, races and gender), we are now called upon to come to action to REJECT all forms of Impunity/Injustices (Racial discrimination, Gender Discrimination, Police Brutality and Corruption) so that we may leave the world a better place for our next generations. #DiversityWithDiana #HumanityPowerKE #Inclusion   Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
14:57
June 12, 2020
Podcast 03 | Addressing POLICE BRUTALITY in Kenya (Part 1)| Diana Sifuna
This week we continue with #HumanityPowerKE Series in a moment of solidarity against racism, injustice & inequality experienced my fellow members in the black community in the arms of the Police. In the Kenyan Context, this is Part 1 on the plight to stop police brutality in Kenya. As humanity, we are now called upon to come to action to REJECT all forms of Impunity/Injustices (Racial discrimination, Gender Discrimination, Police Brutality and Corruption) so that we may leave the world a better place for our next generations. #DiversityWithDiana #HumanityPowerKE #Inclusion   Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
08:53
June 8, 2020
Podcast 02 | We Should All STOP RACISM ​| Diana Sifuna
Today Diana joins the #BlackOutTuesday in a moment of solidarity against racism, injustice & inequality experienced my fellow members in the black community. As humanity, we need to pause and take care of ourselves and families & plan for sustainable action so that we may leave the world a better place for our next generations. #DiversityWithDiana #HumanityPowerKE #Inclusion    Email: diversitywithdianapodcast@gmail.com Website: https://dianansifuna.wixsite.com/diversitywithdiana Music: www.bensound.com
05:39
June 2, 2020