TwicePodcast#44a: Jingo, Mental Health and Refugees
With this month’s theme on Mental Health we wanted to share Twice Podcasts chat with Marianne and Murdoch, as they discuss Mental Health, Refugees and Beer.
Get the inside and authentic stories of two fine sorts driving people-powered change and working to double NZ’s refugee quota. With beer on the side.
Marianne is a self-described mouthy introvert facilitating genuine people powered change, and transcending the jaded political landscape with citizen-led campaigns. Murdoch founded and leads the Doing Our Bit campaign to double the refugee quota in NZ, from 750 per annum (unchanged for 29 years).
Episode #44a and #44b features Marianne and Murdoch.
About Twice Podcast:
With thousands of unique (and regular) listeners spread across both New Zealand and the world, ‘twice’: two weeks in creative endeavour is a digital radio show publishing fortnightly across multiple digital and NZ-broadcast networks.
Produced and bootstrapped as a ‘love not money’ project by David Binstead since August 2015, he gathers guests who are positively contributing to, and doing good for, society across disciplines and fields of expertise. The focus: capturing and revealing some of the founder stories and journeys to now of social enterprisers, creatives and innovators with (usually) beer, every fortnight from Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand.