Czech CG Mr. Karel Kortanek
Czech Republic’s CG Karel Kortanek graced the show to elaborate on the various projects that the Czech Council is actively engaged in within the vibrant city of Erbil. During the discussion, he shed light on the council’s ongoing initiatives and endeavors in the region. Click here for full interview.
Empowering Iraq: The Imperative of Women’s Education”
The Drive Show: where we delve into the crucial topic of women’s education in Iraq. In this episode, our guests engage in a compelling conversation about the significance of prioritizing education for women in the region. Supported by UNESCO and the Sound of Peace project, dedicated to fostering coexistence in liberated areas, with generous support […]
Martha from SFCG Iraq
Martha from Search For Common Ground joined the Breakfast Club to talk about the new ‘Peacebuilding’ Champaign. She talked about how climate change is effecting Iraq directly, how the organization is helping, and how can you as an individual help. Click here to listen to the full interview.
Unveiling Divorce in Iraq: Understanding Causes and Impacts
In the final part of ‘The Drive,’ the psychology students explore divorce in Iraqi society. They discuss its societal, psychological, and cultural implications, highlighting factors like societal pressures, traditional values, and emotional toll. The hosts offer insights and coping strategies, aiming to raise awareness and understanding about the complexities of divorce’s impact on mental health […]
The Individual Impact Within Divorce
In this segment, “The Drive” takes a deep dive into the multifaceted impact of familial dynamics on each member within an Iraqi family structure. The insightful psychology students dissect and explore the intricate ways in which every individual – be it parents, children, or extended family members – is affected by the complexities of family […]
Connecting Perspectives: Exploring Iraqi Family Dynamics Through Caller Discussions
In this engaging segment of “The Drive,” the show’s dynamic trio of psychology students opens the floor to their audience, inviting callers to share their perspectives and personal experiences on family dynamics within the context of Iraq. As the phone lines light up, a diverse range of voices chime in, offering unique insights, anecdotes, and […]
Divorce Dynamics in Iraq: Insights from Psychology Students
The Drive – Mario, Alen and Sam dove into the unique perspective of three psychology students in their final year. With a focus on family dynamics and divorce, these insightful students offer a nuanced discussion, sharing their experiences and practices in understanding the complexities of familial relationships. In a thought-provoking segment, they analyze the divorce […]
Naseem from Women’s Forum
Naseem Issa joined the Breakfast Cub to talk all about the great work she has done as a sustainable leader for United People Global. She also spoke about her experience attending the annual Women’s Forum. Click here for the full interview.
Lana and Rashad from Clean Up
Lana and Rashad joined the Breakfast Club to talk about their amazing journey with cleaning up. They have collected a team of volunteers to go around the region to preserve the beautiful nature, save the turtles, and go on an adventure. If you are interested to join, listen to the full interview here.