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#19: THIS MAN IS FIGHTING THE BUSINESS OF SLAVERY. MATT FRIEDMAN, THE MEKONG CLUB.

Join us to hear tales from 25 years fighting slavery, and why Matt Friedman of the Mekong Club is still hopeful.

Matt Friedman‘s story does not always make for easy listening, but he tells it in such a way that, despite learning that there are 46m slaves worldwide, you feel hopeful that those numbers must decrease with Matt on the case. Hear the full story in Episode 19.

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#9: AN EXPERIENCE THAT DRIVES CHANGE.

“Everyone should do this”, is what Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, said after joining an impactful simulation programme organised by Crossroads Foundation to raise awareness for the hardships of the people they serve. In this episode, you will hear from the person behind this eye-opening simulation programme: Meet David (DJ) Begbie, Director of the Global Xperience programme at Crossroads Foundation, a humanitarian aid and development organisation based in Hong Kong. Hear the full story in Episode 9.

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#2: URBAN FARMING BETWEEN SKYSCRAPERS.

Pol Fàbrega is Co-Founder of Rooftop Republic, a social enterprise revolutionising the food system with their urban farms. In this episode, you will follow us up on the rooftop of Fringe Club where we check out their impressive Flagship Farm in the centre of Hong Kong, one of the most densely populated places in the world. Hear the full story in Episode 2.

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#11: HONG KONG’S FIRST SOCIALLY ALIGNED CODING BOOTCAMP PROVIDER.

“You have to be fast”, is what Lavine Hemlani, CEO and Founder of Accelerate, says about entrepreneurship. He is taking his advice to heart. He brought his idea for Accelerate to life in just nine weeks. Accelerate is Hong Kong’s first socially aligned immersive coding, data science/machine learning and UX Bootcamp provider. Hear the full story in Episode 11.

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