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Human Hive Podcast


A podcast for ChangeMakers

The Human Hive Podcast is designed to help ChangeMakers on their journey by offering advice, inspiration, and the tools to get started. Get inspired with stories from people actively making a difference across the world to globally solve the most pressing problems facing People, Place, and Planet today!



Darren Abrahams and Kate McAllister
Ian Cunningham
War Childhood Museum
Episode 1
Origin Story
Episode 2
Putting the Quality in
Quality Education
Episode 3
Living Through War 
and Working for Peace

We kick off the podcast with a chat between Human Hive co-founders Darren & Kate. We chat about how The Human Hive came into being and our crazy journey along the way!

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In this episode we learn all about Sustainable Development Goal 4, Quality Education. We interview Dr Ian Cunningham, founder and Chair of Governors of Self Managed Learning (SML) College in Brighton to discuss what education could and should

look like.
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Episode 3 focuses on SDG 16, Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions.
We had the privilege of interviewing Amina Krvavac, Executive Director at the War Childhood Museum in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Galia Orme
Shaniqua Benjamin
Tina Ellen Lee
Episode 4
The Sweet Taste
of Sustainability
Episode 5
Arts & Culture: The 
Missing SDG
Episode 6
How To Be Useful

 This episode is all about Responsible Production and Consumption ♻️
We interviewed founder of sustainable cacao company CHOC Chick, Galia Orme about how she has put sustainability and human rights at the heart of every stage of her business.
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 Are you interested in arts and culture? Then this podcast episode is for you!
This episode, hosted by guest speaker Shaniqua Benjamin, is packed full of great poems, stories, and interviews!
Arts & Culture are an incredibly important way for us to facilitate change, both in our own lives and the world around us.

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Partnerships, no matter how big or small, are so important for making lasting positive change for People, Places, and Planet.
During this episode we will hear from special guest Tina Ellen Lee FRSA, Artistic Director of UK based Opera Circus and producer of performing arts projects, youth and community programmes and documentary films.

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Robert Golden
Episode 8
This Good Earth
Episode 7
Takeover Special! ReSounding with art27 
Episode 9 
Composting for a Better Future 

For this special takeover, Human Hive co-founder Darren Abrahams takes the reins and hosts an episode of the art27 Resounding Podcast! Featuring Jennie Spears from The Lemon Tree Trust and Bemeriki Bisimwa Dusabe, founder of the Rwamwanja Rural Foundation in Uganda. 


This conversation is with two incredible organisations that use gardening, plants, food, and permaculture to create sustainability and resilience for refugees living in camps in East Africa and Northern Iraq/Kurdistan. 
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The Lemon Tree Trust 

Rwamwanja Rural Foundation

 In this fascinating episode, we interview Robert Golden - internationally known photographer and documentary film-maker. Robert discusses This Good Earth, his most recent documentary, that focuses on climate change, farming, and our food system. If you are interested in learning more about some of the biggest issues humanity is facing and what we can do it about it, then give this episode a listen! 

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In this episode we speak with inspiring grassroots ChangeMaker Michael Kennard, founder of community composting business Compost Club, based in the Brighton and Lewes area of East Sussex, UK.

As well as talking about Compost Club, we discuss themes of microbiology, spirituality, and education, weaving the connective tissue of life below, upon, and above our earth through the essentialness of good, healthy soil. 

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