The Kurerie Podcast

by Chizulu Uwolloh

Kurerie means Change in Isoko, a Nigerian language. We are an online publication and community that highlights the social impact work of youth in their communities. Our goal is to amplify the voices of youth and highlight the change they are creating in the world, their visions, the challenges they have faced, and how they have overcome them. If you would like to be a guest on Kurerie or would like to join the Kurerie team,  ... 

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Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • The Rayan Laghzal Episode

    The Rayan Laghzal Episode

    Rayan Laghzal, is a young Moroccan leader, editor-in-chief of "Le Bureau Des Jeunes Reporters (BDJR)", writer for "Moroccan Digest", and member of "Les Lycéens!". He has also written articles for Politics4Her and is the founder of 'Point Culture', a podcast that delves into politics and art.

  • The Green and Beyond Mag Episode

    The Green and Beyond Mag Episode

    The Green and Beyond Mag, co-founded by Maesha and Shoummo, is an online magazine that shares stories of people, communities, and businesses who love planet Earth. They are building a sustainable community of people who inspire and help each other take action to protect the future of our planet. Maesha is a climate journalist, a writer, and a social worker. She co-founded Green & Beyond Mag after discovering her passion for writing for positive impact, specifically to inspire climate action. Shoummo is a climate journalist, writer, and engineer who is all about green tech and energy. Having worked as a writer for over 8 years, he found true purpose in writing to bring climate change, sustainability, and climate optimism to light.

  • The Itofa Ivarah Episode

    The Itofa Ivarah Episode

    Itofa Ivarah is a development consultant; his work intersects between designing education intervention for marginalized children and rehabilitating internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Nigeria. He is the founder of My9jaFoodBank initiative and Church On The Street where he has raised over $16,000 for community impact project in Nigeria.He is a recipient of the Oxfam hunger heroes award for his contribution to tackling food insecurity in Nigeria.

  • The Lella Violet Halloum Epsiode

    The Lella Violet Halloum Epsiode

    Lella Violet is an 18 year old, Lebanese British, Digital Changemaker and Power of Youth Champion. Since 2020, she has connected thousands of young people and lifelong learners globally to industry leaders and policymakers. Lella uses technology as a catalyst to drive the UN Sustainable Development Goals & ensures young people are at the fore of the ongoing digital transformation. Through her work, Lella strives to diversify the industry by creating unique opportunities for young people, particularly underserved & underrepresented groups and those with non-traditional academic backgrounds, highlighting the important role young people play in industry and wider society. She does so across sectors, notably, with IBM, global government, UN entities and grassroots digital inclusion charities.Her efforts towards United Nations Sustainable Development Goals - Quality Education, Gender Equality, Decent Work & Economic Growth & Reduced Inequalities have been recognised as a recipient of the 2021 Diana Award, Harvard Society Prize, a finalist in the Women of the Future Young Star category & Northern Power Women 'One to Watch'.

  • The Joshua Gabriel Oluwaseyi Episode

    The Joshua Gabriel Oluwaseyi Episode

    Joshua Gabriel Oluwaseyi is a 22 year old Nigerian Environmentalist, Climate Activist, Storyteller, founder of LEARNBLUE and Teen Vogue 21 Under 21 Honoree.LEARNBLUE is an international youth-led non-profit organization, creating awareness, and inspiring individual actions against global environmental issues that threaten our planet.