3 Burst results for "Liam Neil"

"liam neil" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"liam neil" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Wish my kid feel that way. More. Big stories. Feel-good story. Pretty excited about this one on a personal story. Yeah. Okay. But it's more than a personal story. Okay. It is. It goes beyond that. It's all about. The human element. It's all about. Just when you think you don't have real good friends. You figure out that you have a lot of really good friends. What did you do trouble? Did you get into? And where's the body that those are all valid questions that could probably? Poignant any day of the week. I told you I talked to Seth a couple days ago. Yeah. About apple and how we wanted to do something for apple a day, right here on the show. And then I thought. What's something I can do? Something that I've done many many times that I have the power to do. That is stand up comedy put together a show. Let's raise some money that's what you do. Right. I feel like it's incumbent upon me or anybody has a certain set of skills like the movie. Right. I'm land with particular set of skills. Liam neil. Exactly. Not traded. Take it trade. It was Gerald McCoy movie is coming out soon. No,.

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"liam neil" Discussed on CFR On the Record

CFR On the Record

09:31 min | 3 years ago

"liam neil" Discussed on CFR On the Record

"Initiatives. You went to add to what's the work that you're seeing going on every day in Yemen to try to overcome the situation and to build something better pitcher. I did. Emily, Allen, Allen and. The hell having one of them. As if the ad. Lamb who I'm in. A little Bain and crap who mechanism Amazon. Hamlin at we are at nest that will have an Alabama rattle leader in mackinaw Amna who now can you hadn't been any had been? And I laugh that avid, Anna. Amon Isla he'll feel an income of colleagues immunity, chattanooga's Bolivia at any minute assassin. Man to hear FM in an electoral amyloid Ammiel. Ammiel maria. Yemeni women. And I. Defeated in this. Women day the society towards peace in villages and. The contribute to today on spurt of food and medicine humanitarian aid women are fighters and not very many people know about this fact, women are joining the fight. They have opened Kouri news of the TV's. They participated lead dictation in of children because many schools are shocked the bring relief and humanitarian aid my sisters. They're only on imminent outline. Here. It clear Honey in a half in half. Then Tanith new capital hubbub. They'll have. I'm anna. Added definitely looser. You have a I'll have you Bolivia the pollen hat than I'm, Dan. XM in the left lane had Lehem me there at added definitely a Medina had will have an era have AMI Liam, Neil Korea and Ben than a data that mere data insomnia. That yet have that Mr. Zeti either him that could be when I can I'm amalfi in the. Let me give you an example of a woman called tree create. This woman has been really active. She's an activist of the local level. She helped settle disputes between families in over thirty tweets in the villages, and she's been a defendu of human rights and she worked for peace and security awareness, cheap provides humanitarian aid to all the needy which. Even medicine in Korea. Mahatma, but perfume and Beth Anisa laugh. I've been a filing. What is what I'm in Latin Nassir will be the American within the path an Elissa up five worshipper at Temel, basically when I Tim. When two now in Tacoma. Cafet- an OEM. A method Philemon a settlement. There is another example of another woman called, Amanda, Salama hats, and she would charge. With the on the social level to risk you away. Leaps goods and to find eight to give them assistance. She also works to find disappeared persons men women children, and there are lots of disappearances as you probably know, she works as volunteer. She's a released golden Goldman. And she spends no effort to bring assistance locally to the people. So you're both part of a network the women packed for for peace and security, and you are have advised previous you are non boy than you will soon have a formal role advice saying the current by Martin Griffiths on his attempts to foster a political solution. So what are your recommendations? What do you? What do you think will help to restart the process that's Walter today? And what do you want to ensure is it hard of that process? What do you recommend to him? So the impact is a group of sixty women coming from different backgrounds were condemning sectors and most of them represent rash routinely. Always academia and also women for yet. It what political parties. We came together to advocate for one goal, which is a better and meaningful representation of women in it. But not not just that also to transfer and make that women's agenda present on any inning during any peace process. So we have we have provided consultations to the two. More than two envoys under capacity of track to initiative, currently the m impact is doing a lot of advocacy with all our development partners with the UN invoice office. But also with the process for more for meaningful participation and inclusion of women during this time, the Yemen packed has three members in the technical advisory group, which was formed by the UN involved, the traveled with him to genius, and they provided consultation on several important aspects that we're going to be discussed the show during the talks or the consultations in Geneva like the economy solutions like the security sector like a very important sector. So so they were not like pigeon holed into only the women issues of unfortunately. The consultations did not proceed in Geneva. And we are hoping that. They formation or establishment of the technical advisory. Group would be a good first step towards more upscale. Representation of women. We are recommending to increase the number of women from the pocket and other women that are active in the field. We are. Recommending that may be a more defined role is given the youngest concentration. But also more empowered position to influence, the agenda of the peace. We also recommend. More frequent activities are done and not waiting for talks to happen to engage in many because women have a lot to offer. They have a lot of experience, and and not to just focus at the trunk one level, which is very complicated. It's very it's a very complex, but to start with the local level initiatives of peace building and tried to link them to truck through. We also recommend that. The women's inclusion does not does not remain fish an agile component of an and for all the address not just the UN envoy office. But all all these stakeholders to have a more broader look at the women peace and security agenda and trying to address not just the inclusion of women at the table of the dogs, but also to have them contribute and be voicing that women's needs. And also the women's contributions outside the room of negotiations. And of course, we would like to recommend a very structured is meaningful. One of the women's issues to remain in the public rhetoric of the UN. Boy, we don't want it to to remain season. Only wanted something that is addressed every single time. The issue of of in Israel. News.

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"liam neil" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

05:45 min | 3 years ago

"liam neil" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"Take your day just a current day and write a headline. The headline has to be up to sixty characters. It could be a sad headline. It could be. I went to the gym for the first time in three months, which would be a great headline. It could be some, but right stack and Dr. Once you write the headline you gotta start picking and choosing who says that meeting that person for lunch, or who says that your boss thinks that the new way we all right headlines that's called Facebook Snapchat. We all make our lives look so much better about the Israeli Palestinian conflict, and suddenly you have to pick and choose the most important people go to battle. So. For example, fives and then kill each other tool, maybe missing some context, but all headlines have misconduct. This is the Mideast podcast. I am your host Molly Livingstone here in Jerusalem still just Jerusalem. By the way we have the US embassy, but it is not Jerusalem Israel officially as of yet. And here to confirm. That is my interview today with Vive rotting gore, political correspondent times of Israel. What's up with your name? You just made it up. Everybody's gonna have a name, I know, but what's happening in yours Aviv really. Jio. Yeah, Kaviv is. And then there's this weird German name in the middle? Yeah. So let's just break down your name plus my parents come from America, so like none of that's the plus none of it. Makes sense. It's all a plus Eva super Israeli gore, isn't that mean a puppy in Hebrew is a cub lion cub various animal Cup. So they named you lied and cub. The did not know. We have an old family name on my mother's side. Google who are students of the reforms fund the famous mystic from fat in the middle ages, and then they left spot and went to eastern Europe. They took on the name Google league, lay Halley, the cubs of the lion. The was his acronym and they made it. They made it turned it into a Disney movie last name and one of them made it over to the western hemisphere. And at some point, apparently changed the name to Gerard. And anyway, there's a name in the family. And so when my wife and I got married and we kinda thought and went looking for, he brace is name. We're kind of old school. So goal was right there. It was a Hebrew name in the family. I, I actually just made everything up then. No. Parents made up. I have a middle name of south that my parents made up to a lot of your parents make up. Maybe you don't have parents, maybe you're making that up to true. He just came from the sky, fell down the good version. That's the get. So you choose to be a journalist has fair to say wasn't forced, right? And you have a title that you've essentially made up. I mean, it has to get approval from the editor, but the times of Israel is pretty flexible. And a lot of people would say that about what they read. Well, we're going to talk about all this because we're living in dange of alternative facts and what's real and not real and the Mideast we always put it out there worse satirical. So everything you read is basically a lie. But in this day and age are lies almost seem like truth. I mean, it's hard to tell a headline from a headline things are pretty wacky at this point and you having like a title that you kind of make up. And then we wonder if you're making up your titles and headlines and your news itself and not just you saying that as all news. So you're kinda in the hotseat which is why didn't wanna tell you anything before we started and we're done with this. So what's the question back because his journalism, true or false? Is that the question? Well, I think that's way too white or black in this day and age. I wanna start with first of all. So I asked if you chose to be journalists, you used to work for the Jewish Agency. Are you still work for the Jerusalem. Post I worked, there's five years of the Jerusalem Post agency. Then I left the for the Jewish Agency. I was two years at the Jewish Agency. Why you did I was the spokesman. So you did swap journalism for the other side? Yeah, yeah, yeah. And represented. Jews represented, you know the agency and then went back to the times of Israel because. Personal room much. Many more reasons than one was that I was not a good spokesman. I did not enjoy the sort of silly ego battles that I was having with other organizational spokespeople of Israel, big ten party and cetera we, it was a bit of a dramatic moment to the Jewish Agency. The ninety year old Elliot department was shut down at it cost, one hundred five million dollars a year and that stuff. Now cost something like forty, five million dollars a year, and there's no difference in Allah. So there was an department that wasn't bringing Liam Neil immigrants and there's a whole policy thing. We, we redid the whole Jewish Agency, and I was sort of the spokesperson for them. It was a lot of battles, and a lot of silly battles against silly people who don't know the material. And so I was fighting with the minister of absorption who is the current minister of absorption sofa Landwehr who just doesn't know the materials. She doesn't know the information. It was essentially a fake fight over fake issue over decided to go into journalism. I went back to journalism at a time when journalism was thriving, look

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