[podcast] Understanding and confronting corporate power and greed as essential to social justice and change

This Podcast features Patti Lynn, who shared her insights on "Understanding and confronting corporate power and greed as essential to social justice and change". This #SDGtalks was also special as it was dedicated to celebrate the memory and legacy of Yul Francisco Dorado, a visionary tobacco control leader in Latin America who was also a part of Corporate Accountability team.

She was a keynote speaker for the Sustainable Development e-Talks (#SDGtalks) - a special series, co-hosted by CNS and Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Indore from World Health Day (7 April 2020) to World Environment Day (5 June 2020).

Patti Lynn, Executive Director, Corporate Accountability (www.corporateaccountability.org) | "Patti started on her path to help advance social justice and dismantle systems of oppression in her lifetime when, in college, she learned about South Africa and the African National Congress. After graduating she lived and worked in Johannesburg, South Africa during the time of Nelson Mandela’s election. When she returned to the U.S., she built her organizing skills through Green Corps, campaigned successfully to stop rollbacks on federal clean water laws with Clean Water Action, and then joined Corporate Accountability in 1998." www.corporateaccountability.org

She was in conversation with CNS Managing Editor and Executive Director Shobha Shukla, who is also the coordinator of Asia Pacific media network to end TB & tobacco, and prevent NCDs (APCAT Media).

For more information, be welcome to visit www.bit.ly/sdgtalks


CNS team