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Seeds

Welcome to seeds, where we have deep conversations with people making a positive impact with their lives.  Now with more than 300+ interviews and 150,000+ listens...

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Hosted by Steven Moe.  Stay curious.

 

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Dec 21, 2022

Janet Cole is the Manager at the Kaipātiki Project and in this conversation we hear about her life story and work focussed on impact initiatives that lead to environmental and community outcomes.  The Project is described as follows: "Based in Auckland’s North, Kaipātiki Project is an innovative eco-hub, growing a...


Dec 13, 2022

In this discussion we talk about struggles with banks - how can we make it better for "For-Purpose" organisations?  What is needed for Banks and Charities and other groups to better interact?

Led by Community Networks Aotearoa - have a listen in to what we had to say and fill in the survey!  I was in conversation with...


Dec 6, 2022

The Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon joined the last Impact Call and in this episode we hear about the work they are doing.  In his role he is responsible for leading the work of the Human Rights Commission in promoting positive race relations.  It was great to hear in detail what they are involved in today.  If...


Dec 2, 2022

Jen Margaret is an advocate and educator for Te Tiriti o Waitangi and in this interview we hear about her life story and how she came to do this work.  We also learn all about Groundwork and the work they do - what is the place for Pākehā educating and advocating for Te Tiriti.  I really enjoyed this conversation and...