U.S. podcast spotlights News-Decoder and partner

Two non-profits are joining forces for youth around the world. A podcast highlights News-Decoder and the International Congress of Youth Voices.

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In Hong Kong, I glimpsed my twin, tug-of-war cultures

Raised in Canada of Asian descent, I struggled as a youth to reconcile my two cultures. On a trip to Hong Kong, I saw my own duality in a traditional…

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Filipino journalists risk life and freedom to expose truth

Filipino journalists Fermando Sepe Jr. and Maria Ressa have exposed government corruption and abuse -- and persist despite threats to their safety.

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Listen: Hong Kong’s disappearing fishing villages

Hong Kong's fishing villages are a microcosm of broad, cultural changes sweeping the Chinese territory and former British colony.

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We need to keep disarmament treaties, not scrap them

In a world with nuclear weapons, every agreement counts. So the decision by the U.S. and Russia to scrap a disarmament treaty does matter.

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Refugees flee in record numbers around the world

The world's refugee population is growing. But the countries where migration is most contentious is not where most refugees are settling.

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Central banks need to fight climate change!

Should central banks actively fight climate change? A UK non-profit disagrees with News-Decoder correspondents and says "absolutely!"

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Can Boris Johnson unite the UK as it exits Europe?

The UK will leave Europe no matter what, says new British PM Boris Johnson. But his hard-line Brexit stance is exposing cracks within the UK itself.

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On the front lines: Barry Moody recalls sleepless nights

Barry Moody worked for more than four decades covering some of the world's biggest stories. It was variously tragic, exhausting and exhilarating.

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On the front lines: Sue Landau helps youth fix the climate

Susan Landau has worked as a financial journalist for top international publications. Now, she helps young people understand climate change.

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On the front lines: Betty Wong is a storyteller at heart

From school paper to the Wall Street Journal, Betty Wong worked her way up to cover major stories including the 1990s stock boom and the Great Recession.

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We need to keep disarmament treaties, not scrap them

In a world with nuclear weapons, every agreement counts. So the decision by the U.S. and Russia to scrap a disarmament treaty does matter.

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In Hong Kong, I glimpsed my twin, tug-of-war cultures

Raised in Canada of Asian descent, I struggled as a youth to reconcile my two cultures. On a trip to Hong Kong, I saw my own duality in a traditional…

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Shocking survey jolts man’s convictions!

We all have our convictions. But the world's a complex place, where opposing viewpoints co-exist. Humility can be the first step to understanding.

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Decoder: Why central banks matter so much

Central banks are among the world's most powerful institutions, but often operate in the shadows. What do they do? And why do they matter?

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From Flopnik and shame to a man on the moon

It's been 50 years since the U.S. put a man on the moon. It's worth recalling how the U.S. lagged at the start of the Space Age. And now, what…

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Decoder: Why abortion is more than a political debate

Abortion is wrapped up in politics in many nations including the U.S. But one in four pregnancies ends in abortion, making it a global health issue.

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Pace Academy of U.S. joins News-Decoder’s ranks

A 10th U.S. school, Pace Academy, is joining News-Decoder, bringing a distinctive cross-disciplinary approach to our international network.

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U.S. podcast spotlights News-Decoder and partner

Two non-profits are joining forces for youth around the world. A podcast highlights News-Decoder and the International Congress of Youth Voices.

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Listen: News-Decoder is now on Apple Podcasts

More and more youth around the globe are turning to podcasts to learn about the world and to share stories. News-Decoder is part of the revolution.

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