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Ep-33: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Education for children living in street situations ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Education for children living in street situations', features an interview with Ambarish Rai, National Convener, Right to Education Forum.

Ep-32: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Care and protection to children living in street situations ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Care and protection to children living in street situations', features an interview with Stuti Kacker, Chairperson, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR).

Ep-31: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Stopping discrimination against girls ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Stopping discrimination against girls', features an interview with  Ramesh Negi, Chairperson, Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR).

Ep-30: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Speak Up and Say No to violence against women and girls ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Speak Up and Say No to violence against women and girls', features an interview with Prabhat Kumar, Technical Advisor, Child Protection, Save The Children.

Ep-29: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Safe Spaces for Girls ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save the Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode is of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on 'Safe Spaces for Girls', features an interview with Bidisha Pillai, CEO, Save the Children in India.

Ep-28: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi – Child marriages ( Hindi)   
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'Mere Hisse Ki Hansi' is a joint initiative of Save The Children India and OneWorld Foundation India to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change. Each episode of 15 minutes duration broadcast at 4:45 pm every Saturday on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz includes radio drama backed up by folk entertainment and an expert interview to reinforce the message.

(This episode was aired at 2.30 pm due to unavoidable reasons by AIR FM Rainbow.) This episode is on child marriages and includes an interview with Stuti Kacker, Chairperson, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR).

Ep-27: Mere Hisse Ki Hansi - Gender-based violence in schools ( Hindi)   
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We are back with the second season of our radio programme series ‘Mere Hisse Ki Hansi’, which is a joint initiative of Save The Children India and OneWorld Foundation India, to sensitise the community and children on key child rights issues and bring about behaviour change.  Please tune in to broadcast every Saturday, starting 7th July 2018, at 4:45 pm, on AIR FM Rainbow 102.6 MHz or listen to it here.

This episode of Mere Hisse Ki Hansi on "Gender-based violence in schools", features an interview with  Dr. Yasmin Ali Haque, UNICEF Representative in India.

Ep-45: SDG 17.17-Encouraging effective public-private and civil society partnerships ( Hindi)   
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This episode of Ek Duniya Ek Awaaz focuses on encouragement and promotion of effective public, public-private and civil society partnerships in pursuit of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This episode talks about the significance of public-private and civil society partnerships in view of the diverse challenges related to sustainable development at regional level or at the state level. This programme also underlines that different tiers of industry along with the leadership of civil society could transform the development scenario in favour of progress towards the attainment of various SDG targets.

On September 25th, 2015, member states of the United Nations adopted a set of 17 goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years.

For this episode, we interviewed Dr Jatinder Singh, Director, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI).

Ep-44: SDG 8.5-Addressing the disconnect between economic growth and job growth ( Hindi)   
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This episode of Ek Duniya Ek Awaaz focuses on addressing the disconnect between economic growth and job growth.

Talking about the urgency for addressing the disconnect between economic growth and job growth, this episode cautions that the widening gap between growth and job creation could be a stumbling block in the progress of many other SDGs including those targeting poverty eradication and gender parity.

On September 25th, 2015, member states of the United Nations adopted a set of 17 goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years.

For this episode, we interviewed Ranu Kayastha Bhogal, Director-Policy Research and Campaigns, Oxfam India.

Ep-43: SDG 5.6-Ensuring universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights for women ( Hindi)   
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This episode of Ek Duniya Ek Awaaz focuses on ensuring universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights for women.

Talking about the importance of creating awareness on sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights for women, the programme stresses on the urgency for breaking silence on this issue.

Underlining the importance of education on sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights for women, this episode suggests that our society should encourage a friendly environment for women to speak on issues related to sexual and reproductive health.

On September 25th, 2015, member states of the United Nations adopted a set of 17 goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years.

For this episode, we interviewed Anuradha Chatterjee, Director, Resource Development, Creating Resources for Empowerment in Action (CREA).

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Hindi is an official language of the Republic of India besides 21 other languages listed in the Constitution of India. Hindi is the most spoken language among Indians. According to the Indian census of 2011, Hindi is the native language of more than 258 million people.