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Episode 101: Caroline Pakel discussing the environmental risks, climate change and activism

The International Risk Podcast is a weekly podcast for senior executives, board members and risk advisors. In these podcasts, we speak with risk management specialists from around the world. Our host is Dominic Bowen, originally from Australia, is one of Europe’s leading international risk specialists. Having spent the last 20 years successfully establishing large and […]

Episode 99: Chris Desai and the Impact of Fast Fashion on the World and Environement

This week, Dominic speaks with Chris Desai  about the risk associated with fast fashion, and the negative impact the use of polyester in clothing has on the environment. Chris Desai talks about how slow Fashion encourages people to buy better-quality garments that will last longer, while valuing fair treatment of people involved in the process. […]

Episode 97: Syed Wajid on the Floods in Pakistan

In this episode, Dominic Bowen speaks with Syed Wajid, a humanitarian with more than 30 years experience with emergency and humanitarian response activities, supporting people affected by natural and man-made disasters in Pakistan. Pakistan is a country rich in cultural and political history, and also humanitarian crises Pakistan has a history of facing a variety […]

Episode 94: Catherine McBride on Energy Security and Risk

Today on The International Risk Podcast, we are joined by Catherine Mc Bride. The International Risk Podcast is a weekly podcast for senior executives, board members and risk advisors. In these podcasts, we speak with risk management specialists from around the world. Our host is Dominic Bowen, originally from Australia, is one of Europe’s leading […]

Episode 95: Charles McAllister on fracking in the UK

In this episode Dominic spoke to Charles McAllister, the Director of Policy, Government and Public Affairs at United Kingdom Onshore Oil and Gas about fracking as an alternative for overcoming the energy crisis, debunking myths and discussing its benefits and associated risks. The United Kingdom Onshore Oil and Gas is the trade association for onshore […]

Episode 93: Rachel Reese on Trans & Non-binary Inclusive Work Environment

In this epiode, Dominic Bowen speaks with Rachel Reese about Trans & Non Binary Inclusivity in the work space. Rachel gives insightful advices to companies on how to create a safer, more inclusive space for gender non conforming and trangender people from recruitment to career progression stages. She reminds companies of the importance of catering […]

Episode 92: Danish Ali Bhutto on the Pakistan Floods

In this episode, Dominic speaks to Danish Ali Bhutto, speech writer for the Pakistani parliament, writing in an effort to make all voices heard, on the risks associated with the natural disasters happening as a result of the Pakistan floods. Danish has vast experience in fighting for equality in various volunteering positions focusing on women […]

Episode 91:Nader Hashemi on the Current Unrest in Iran

In this episode, Dominic speaks with Nader Hashemi, the director of the Center for Middle East Studies, about the international significance of the current unrest in Iran following the Following the death of Mahsa Amini, arrested by local police on charges of not correctly wearing the hijab. Nader Hashemi’s research interests lie at the intersection […]

Episode 90: Lorenzo Cordogno on the Italian Economy and Financial Markets Post-Election

In this episode, Dominic speaks to Lorenzo Cordogno, founder of Lorenzo Codogno Macro Advisors and visiting professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science on the risks associated with financial markets, Teconomy and geopolitic in Italy post-election. Lorenzo is the author of several articles on academic journals, newspapers and books, speaker at conferences, […]

Episode 89: Giovanni Capoccia on the Italian General Election

In this episode, Giovanni Capoccia shares his thoughts with Dominic about the recent elections and the victory of the Meloni coalition in Italy. They discuss the rise of euroscepticism, political disenfranchisement and politics of immigration. Giovanni Capoccia is Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Oxford, as well as a researcher. In particular, he […]