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The Justice & Coffee Podcast
38 minutes | May 11, 2021
The Liberty Project Mozambique - URGENT APPEAL
In this episode, Bryn speaks with Laura Monahan, the Director, and Founder of The Liberty Project. Laura shares her amazing testimony and their urgent need for support as they relocate to safety, during a period of increasing hostility in the Cabo Delgado region of Northern Mozambique. Please consider giving to support the Liberty Project at this time. You can give to support their safe relocation here: https://donorbox.org/emergency-relocation Find out about the work of The Liberty Project at their website: https://www.the-libertyproject.org/ Follow them on Instagram at: @THE_LIBERTYPROJECT/ This podcast was produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. and recorded on 10th May 2021.
66 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
From slavery in chocolate to Amsterdam's red light district - let's talk justice with Esta Steyn Jansen
In this episode, Bryn talks with Esta Steyn-Jansen, Director of the Be Slavery Free campaign group and Human Trafficking specialist at the Salvation Army Holland. Esta shares about her work lobbying the cocoa industry to remove child labour from their supply chains, as well as her experience engaging with the fight against human trafficking in Holland's sex trade. You can find out more about Esta's campaigning at The Voice Network and Be Slavey Free. Watch Esta's powerful Ted Talk here. This podcast was recorded online on the 23rd February 2021 and produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. Stock up on ethically sourced, speciality coffee at bluebearcoffee.com Bryn's article, De-Crim Now? is available to read here.
60 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
True Justice, with Steve Chalke MBE. Founder of The Oasis Trust.
In this episode, Bryn talks to Steve Chalke, Founder of the Oasis Trust, who believes that we need to replace our punitive justice system with one leveraged on compassion, forgiveness, and hope. Find out more about the work of The Oasis Trust by going to their website: https://www.oasisuk.org/ This podcast was produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. you can visit us at www.bluebearcoffee.com This episode was recorded online on 15th February 2021.
45 minutes | Feb 20, 2021
Falling Short. An interview with John Tanagho, Director of IJM's Centre to End Online Sexual Exploitation of Children
John Tanago, a lawyer from Chicago, moved with his family to the Philippines seven years ago, to work for an NGO fighting the online exploitation of children (cyber-sex trafficking). John is now IJM's (International Justice Mission) Director of the Centre to End the Online Sexual Exploitation of Children. In this podcast, he shares why he chose to get involved in fighting this particularly egregious and burgeoning crime type and how we can help stamp it out. In our conversation, we reference the groundbreaking work carried out by IJM and their collaborators in Project Lantern, where they witnessed a 79% reduction in the exploitation of children in Cebu, Philippines. Read the summary report here. We also discuss recent findings from a seven-year prevalence study into the emerging crime of OSEC (Online Sexual Exploitation of Children) in the Philippines. Read the summary report here. Falling Short is the title of a 2020 report on the disproportionate sentencing in UK courts for those prosecuted for viewing and directing the online sexual abuse of children (average sentence under 2 and a half years). Read the summary report here. With OSEC offending skyrocketing during Covid-19, we choose to look into this pernicious and harrowing trend and examine what needs to change. Watch Joy's story of hope, I AM BRAVE. This episode was recorded online on 16th November 2020. Find out more about the work of International Justice Mission by going to their website www.ijm.org This podcast was produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. you can visit us at www.bluebearcoffee.com
68 minutes | Jan 22, 2021
Crossing the line with John Sutherland - a conversation on the challenges of modern day policing
In this episode, we chat to John Sutherland, Ex Metropolitan Police Borough Commander, and best-selling author, on the challenges of modern-day policing. John Sutherland is the author of Blue, A Memoir, Keeping the Peace and Falling to Pieces - and his recent release - Crossing the Line, Lessons from a Life on Duty. John shares stories about why he chose to join the job, his personal battles, and his hope for the future of UK policing.You can follow John on Twitter or find out more at his website: https://policecommander.wordpress.com/This podcast is produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co.Visit us at bluebearcoffee.com or follow us on social media @bluebearcoffeeco.This episode was recorded on 4th December 2020
41 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
A Christmas Wrap-Up. Highlights from an amazing year of conversations.
What a year it has been! In this Christmas Wrap-up, Bryn looks back on some of the coffee conversations from the past year and poses the question, what do you want to influence in 2021?Thank you to all of our guests from 2020, clips of whom appear on this podcast in the following order:Bex - (Growing up in prison. January 2020) Dr Sarah Senker - (Prison talk. January 2020)Troy Anderson - (Speak up for the poor. April 2020)Dr Krish Kandiah - (A home for good. May 2020)Special Agent Alani Bankhead - (Protecting children online. April 2020)Christian Guy - (How to change the world. November 2020)Jack Wakefield - (A rubbish podcast. October 2020)April Tam Smith - (Radical generosity. September 2020)Claire - (Trafficked at 19. A survivor story. November 2020)Emily Chalke - (Ella’s story. February 2020)This podcast was recorded in December 2020, by Blue Bear Coffee Co. You can find out more about this social enterprise by going to our website: bluebearcoffee.com
45 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Trafficked at 19. A survivor's story. Part 2.
In this episode, we hear from Claire, who shares her personal account of being trafficked to Europe from her English University, aged 19. Part 2 of 2.Claire was supported by Emily Chalke, the founder of Ellas. You can find out more about Ellas by visiting their website www.ellas.org.ukYou can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or make a referral at email@example.comIf you would like to report an incident of modern slavery you can contact the modern slavery helpline at 08000 121 700www.modernslaveryhelpline.orgThe Justice & Coffee Podcast is produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. you can find out more about us at: www.bluebearcoffee.comThis episode was recorded on 8th November 2020.
34 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Trafficked at 19. A survivor's story. Part 1.
In this episode, we hear from Claire, who shares her personal account of being trafficked to Europe from her English University, aged 19. Part 1 of 2.Claire was supported by Emily Chalke, the founder of Ellas. You can find out more about Ellas by visiting their website www.ellas.org.ukYou can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or make a referral at email@example.comIf you would like to report an incident of modern slavery you can contact the modern slavery helpline at 08000 121 700www.modernslaveryhelpline.orgThe Justice & Coffee Podcast is produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. you can find out more about us at: www.bluebearcoffee.comThis episode was recorded on 8th November 2020. *Claire’s name was changed in this podcast for the purpose of her security.
78 minutes | Nov 1, 2020
How to change the world with Christian Guy, former Specialist Advisor to David Cameron and CEO of Justice & Care.
In this episode, Bryn talks with Christian Guy, CEO of Justice and Care, about his life pursuing justice, in whatever capacity he could. Christian reveals what it was like to work at 10 Downing Street for Prime Minister David Cameron, write speeches for the MP Ian Duncan Smith, and contribute to the formation of the UK Modern Slavery Act, 2015. In this podcast, Christian explains how politics, when done right, can be a great power for good!Learn more about the work of Justice and Care at their website: www.justiceandcare.orgThe Justice & Coffee Podcast is produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. get your 10% discount by entering JUSTICEANDCOFFEE at the checkout. Go to bluebearcoffee.comThis episode was recorded on 9th October 2020.
48 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
A rubbish podcast with Jack Wakefield, Environmental Campaigner at Tearfund
Global warming is the indisputable issue of our time. The world is suffering the consequences of generations of mistreatment and we're only just waking up to this reality now. Is it already too late? In this episode, Bryn chats with Jack Wakefield, Environmental Campaigner at the charity Tearfund. Jack cares passionately about protecting the planet from further destruction and is hopeful of our opportunity to build-back-better post Covid-19. Jack is so passionate that he once managed to fit an entire year of his rubbish into a glass jar! Jack challenges us to be part of the solution, not the problem. It's time for us all to respond.This podcast was recorded on 21/08/2020.You can find out more about Tearfund at: www.tearfund.orgThis podcast is produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.Become a Blue Bear partner at: www.bluebearcoffee.com
57 minutes | Sep 6, 2020
Radical generosity with April Tam Smith, co-founder of PS-Kitchen New York.
In this episode, we hear from April Tam Smith, Wall Street executive, entrepreneur, and co-founder of PS Kitchen, a vegan restaurant in downtown New York which donates 100% of its profits to charity. April maintains a career in finance, whilst funding a social enterprise in Haiti, building schools in the Congo, and helping provide opportunities to ex-convicts in New York. April’s giving philosophy comes from her heartfelt desire to respond to global issues of injustice. Listen in and be inspired.You can find out more about PS-Kitchen at https://www.ps-kitchen.com/This podcast was produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. visit us at https://www.bluebearcoffee.com/Support our freedom campaign by going to: https://www.bluebearcoffee.com/pages/donate
45 minutes | May 24, 2020
Coffee Under Covid-19, with Josh Clarke.
On this episode, Bryn welcomes back Josh Clarke, Director of Coffee at Clifton Coffee Roasters, to discuss the impact the Coronavirus is having on the industry. The sharp and sudden decrease in demand is likely to create a surplus of crop, which leads to a fall in market price, making it even harder for farmers around the world to receive fair pay for their harvest. Such circumstances also lead to situations of exploitation and trafficking. There are some signs of hope however and Josh reveals some of the new and exciting ways people in the industry are meeting the challenge of Covid-19 with creativity.
48 minutes | May 3, 2020
A Home for Good, with Dr Krish Kandiah. Why foster care and adoption is key to doing justice in this world.
This week, Bryn talked with Dr Krish Kandiah about the need for more people in this country to become foster carers and adoptive parents. Krish explains how this issue overlaps with matters of criminal justice, sexual exploitation, and modern-day slavery, and why it should be considered key to those who care about doing justice in this world.Krish is the founder of Home for Good, a charity dedicated to finding a home for every child who needs one. Visit them at: https://www.homeforgood.org.uk/If you would like to find out more about Krish, you can follow him on Twitter @krishkOr visit his website: https://www.krishk.com/This episode was recorded online, on Friday 1st May, 2020.This podcast is produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. for Coffee Lovers with a Heart for Justice.Find out more at: https://www.bluebearcoffee.com/
61 minutes | Apr 18, 2020
Protecting Children Online - with Special Agent Alani Bankhead
In this episode, Bryn talks with Special Agent Alani Bankhead about her career as an investigator and the work she is currently doing in Hawaii to protect children online. Alani shares about her lifelong pursuit of justice and introduces us to Lulu, her K9 crime-fighting accomplice. You can find out more about Alani's life-coaching business at: www.mightysparrowcoaching.com You can follow Lulu on Instagram at: www.instagram.com/K9.LuluThis episode was recorded online, on Friday 10th April, 2020.This podcast is produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. You can find out more by visiting our website at: www.bluebearcoffee.com To contact the show, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out to us on any of our social media channels.
55 minutes | Apr 4, 2020
Speak up for the poor with Troy Anderson
In this episode, Bryn jumps online to chat with Troy Anderson, Founder of Speak Up For The Poor, an organisation fighting child marriage and providing education to girls in impoverished communities in Bangladesh. Troy shares about his life and how, after getting his law degree, he ended up in South East Asia speaking up for the poor and fighting for justice.You can find out more about Speak Up For The Poor at their website: www.speakupforthepoor.orgThis podcast was recorded online, on Friday 3rd April, 2020 in the midst of the global Coronavirus pandemic.You can find out more about the show's producer, Blue Bear Coffee Co. at their website: www.bluebearcoffee.com To contact the show, email email@example.com or reach out to us on any of our social media channels.
56 minutes | Feb 29, 2020
Ella's story, with Emily Chalke.
So what happens after someone leaves a situation of exploitation? In this episode, Bryn sits down with Emily Chalke, Founder of Ella's, a charity that provides safe housing and long term support for women who have experienced abuse through sexual exploitation. Emily share's her story of a career spent serving women in vulnerable situations all over the world.You can find out more about Ella's at their website: www.ellas.org.ukYou can follow Ella's on Instagram at: www.instagram.com/ellas.org.ukThis episode was produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. and recorded on location in London, England on 26th February, 2020.You can find out more about Blue Bear Coffee Co. at our website: www.bluebearcoffee.com
86 minutes | Feb 7, 2020
Just Coffee. How to avoid exploitation and promote community development in the coffee industry, with Josh Clarke and Sam Maccuaig.
The coffee industry, still to this day, has one of the highest percentages of slavery within its supply chains. Do you really know where your Cappuccino came from? In this episode, Bryn sits down with Josh Clarke (Director of Coffee at Clifton Coffee Roasters and UK Coffee Tasting Champion, 2019) and Sam Maccuaig (Head of Coffee Sourcing) from Clifton Coffee Roasters, to discuss their experience doing business in the developing world and their efforts to promote ethically and sustainably sourced specialty coffee farms in fragile states.This episode was recorded on location at Clifton Coffee Roasters facility in Bristol, South West England (28th Nov, 2019). You can find out more about Clifton here.Clifton roast coffee for Blue Bear Coffee Co. the producers of this show, you can find out more about Blue Bear here.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
61 minutes | Jan 25, 2020
Prison Talk. Part 2 of a feature on the UK Criminal Justice System
In this second half of a two-part episode on the UK Criminal Justice System, Bryn talks with Dr Sarah Senker PHD, chartered psychologist and research consultant on the current state of British prisons, the relationship between punishment and positive engagement and the need for employment opportunities to prevent re-offending.You can find out more about Dr Sarah's work at her website: www.atdresearchandconsultancy.co.ukThe show was recorded on location in Brighton, East Sussex, UK (17/12/2019). This podcast is produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. find out more about us at www.bluebearcoffee.com
41 minutes | Jan 10, 2020
Growing up in prison. Part 1 of a feature on the UK Criminal Justice System
In this first half of a two-part episode on the UK Criminal Justice System, Bryn talks to Bex about her experience of growing up in prison and when life began to change for her. Bryn conducts this interview alongside Dr Sarah Senker PHD, chartered psychologist and Managing Director of ATD Research & Consultancy Ltd.This episode was recorded on location in Brighton, East Sussex, UK.This podcast was produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. www.bluebearcoffee.com
81 minutes | Dec 7, 2019
The importance of buying ethically this Christmas, with Esther Hope (Manumit Coffee Roasters) and Charlotte Instone (Know The Origin).
On this Christmas Special we have a festive double helping, as we hear from Esther Hope from Manumit Coffee Roasters about how her business provides a safe place of employment to people who were once victims of human trafficking, and Charlotte Instone from Know The Origin, who shares her hope for making ethical sourcing the new norm for British retail.Find out more about Manumit here: www.manumitcoffee.co.ukFind out more about Know The Origin here: www.knowtheorigin.com This Episode was recorded in Soho Radio studios, Berwick St. London on 30th November 2019.This podcast was produced by Blue Bear Coffee Co. for Coffee Lovers with a Heart for Justice.Find us at: www.bluebearcoffee.com
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