#9: Female judges in Egypt, death metal eco-baron, rehabilitation through dogs
In this episode, we’re talking about the first female judges in Egypt’s State Council, an Irish baron who rewilds his estate, and a dog rehabilitation program in California providing prisoners with hope, love and reduced sentences.
Correction: One headline reported in the show is not quite correct. Instead of “Egypt swears in first female judges to judicial body” it should say “Egypt swears in first female judges to State Council”.
Hosts: Ed Crasnick, Jonathan Widder. Editing: Nina Bohlmann.
A German Journalist and a Jewish Comic discuss the latest and greatest solution based news stories from around the world. A podcast about the amazing, wildly creative things people are doing to solve our biggest social problems today – from goats helping to fight wildfires to prisons without wardens and guns.
Hosts: Ed Crasnick, Jonathan Widder
Tags: solutions, society, sustainability, social innovation, solutions journalism, constructive journalism.
Egypt swears in first female judges to State Council, AP News
Lord of the plants: Irish baron ‘rewilds’ estate in the name of environmentalism, Euronews
London pub accepts old iPhones and other unwanted tech as payment, Euronews
Rescued dogs help rescue incarcerated people from life sentences, Reasons to be Cheerful