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This podcast that will take you on a journey across the world...without you having to go anywhere. You'll be hearing from the people leaving their countries and everything behind them, to the volunteers working alongside them. Those currently living in refugee camps, and people working on the front line. The humans behind the statistics and the headlines. The real heroes of today. Transcend borders, nationalities, religions and languages to hear from the people with which we share this world ...
 
Did you know that the Syria Civil War has caused the largest refugee crisis since World War II? We have authentic conversations with men and women living in Jordan working on the Syria Response with refugees and locals for big and small development, aid, relief, and/or funding agencies. Our goal is to help people living the West understand more about the NGO world, the crisis, programs, funding, and life in the Middle East.
 
Want to hear some extraordinary stories of resilience and humanity? Tired of political debates that ignore the lived experiences of refugees? Tune in to Seeking Refuge for the human stories of refugees and those working to protect them. Seeking Refuge was started by a group of students at the University of South Carolina who want to depoliticize the narrative around the refugee crisis. We focus on bringing you stories from refugees themselves and those on the frontlines of the crisis, giving ...
 
I will be releasing two songs every two weeks from my seventh album 'Outside the Outsiders', free to download. It was recorded during the years 2017/18 and encompasses topics affecting many of us today, such as Brexit, climate change, the refugee crisis, isolation, loneliness and hopefully shines a dim light of hope in these demanding times. Thanks for listening and enjoy the music Peace:)
 
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For anyone who doesn’t remember the incredible story of the Stansted 15 - they are a group of human rights activists who organised a non-violent action to stop a deportation flight leaving from Stansted on the night of the 28 March 2017. The plane they stopped from leaving the UK was chartered by the UK Home Office to deport 60 people to Ghana, Nig…
 
As of the beginning of 2020, there were 2.6 million Afghan refugees in the world, a number which was growing quickly, according to the UNHCR. With the US withdrawal from Afghanistan on August 30, 2021 and the concurrent Taliban takeover in Kabul, this number will surely rise significantly. The longstanding US backlogs for special visa applications …
 
This episode of The Worldwide Tribe podcast is dedicated to the people of Afghanistan. It was recorded in response to the devastating events we have seen unfold there over the last few weeks as the Taliban has taken over the country. My guest this week is Rustam Wahab - a 19 year old British Afghan who has single-handedly become the go to source on…
 
A very special episode for you today! I’ve been trying to get my dad on the podcast for ages, and finally, here he is! Having heard my mum’s perspective of fostering, lots of you have been interested to hear from my dad, for his take on parenting so many kids from all these different countries. My dad has always been a little more private when it c…
 
I LOVED recording this episode! My guest this week is the most requested guest on this podcast ever - Holly Penalvar, founder of Indigo Volunteers. Holly is an absolute ray of sunshine and known in this sector, not just for her amazing work coordinating thousands of volunteers, but for always doing so with a smile on her face so I think you guys pr…
 
In 2015, two young men called Carlito and Justin, hid inside the wheel well of a plane flying from Johannesburg in South Africa, to London. As the wheels of the plane were lowered for landing, Carlito fell from the sky, to his death on the roof of an office building in West London. Against all odds, his best friend Justin survived, and was found on…
 
I’m bringing you this special episode of The Worldwide Tribe in response to what has been happening in recent weeks in Israel and Palestine. When I asked on social media what you wanted to hear about this topic , you said personal stories and also the history of the region so that’s what I’m bringing you. My guest today is the amazing Yara Eid… a 2…
 
In this episode, Aidan attends a protest at the South Carolina Statehouse organized to bring attention to the military coup in Burma (also known as Myanmar). The coup, which took place on February 1, 2021, sparked global outcry against the military regime and against the international community for the lack of resistance. In Columbia, a group of pe…
 
In the past few months, the United States has seen an all-time high of asylum seekers and migrants arriving at the Southern Border. The Biden administration has struggled to respond, and conditions in detainment facilities for asylum seekers have remained awful. Additionally, Biden has blamed the humanitarian crisis at the border for his delays and…
 
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Julie Sugarman of the Migration Policy Institute about issues facing displaced students in accessing education. She explains factors for students in emergent crises, long-term displacement in refugee camps, and resettlement, particularly in terms of English learner (EL) programs. Here is Dr. Sugarman's page with th…
 
Esha and Aidan review Malala Yousafzai's recent book, We are Displaced: My Journey and Stories from Refugee Girls Around the World. The book is a collection of narrative essays telling the stories of several young women and girls who are displaced around the world, from Syria to Colombia to Myanmar to the US. Their stories center on the humanity of…
 
Today’s Episode of the podcast brings you the stories of two incredible young women, Nujeen Mustafa and Marwa Mbayed. I was introduced to Nujeen and Marwa by Humanity and Inclusion, a charity who support people with disabilities, who are also affected by poverty, conflict and disaster. Unfortunately, this is the reality for both my guests today. Nu…
 
Today, Jackie sits down with Anjalina Sen, Regional Refugee Coordinator at the U.S. Embassy in Bogota, Columbia. Anjalina has worked for the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) in Myanmar, Iraq, Beruit, and Turkey, and she now helps manage one of the largest displacement crises in the world in Venezuela. They talk about the situatio…
 
This week I’m talking to Karina and Katie from an organisation called United Stateless - the only organisation in the United States of America to be advocating for stateless people. This is another topic that I had no idea about before Karina and Katie opened my eyes to what it means to be stateless. Turns out there are around 200,000 people in Ame…
 
Today we learn what it means to be a climate refugee and how many people are fleeing because of environmental reasons. (Student Spotlight alert!) We talk first to Grace Adcox, a graduate student at Vanderbilt University studying refugees, conflict, and climate. Then we talk to Amali Tower, the founder of Climate Refugees, a human rights organizatio…
 
On February 1, 2021, Myanmar's military seized control of the government in a coup. Since this happened, there has been massive civil unrest and military violence in response to the protests. Over 200 anti-coup protestors have died so far. The Burmese military has been the force behind the ongoing ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya, Karen, and other …
 
in this episode, we look at a crisis closer to home than ever before. Jean Sicurella of Misión de Caridad, an organization that helps women and children who are stranded in Mexico as a result of the "Remain in Mexico" program, sits down with us to talk about what they do. She talks education, human trafficking, the U.S. asylum system, and more. You…
 
This week’s episode of the Worldwide Tribe podcast is about something we all need to know about... The Kafala System. Kafala means sponsorship. It’s a system common across many Arab countries, where a citizen of that country can ‘sponsor’ someone from a poorer country to come and work for them. There are around 400,000 migrant domestic workers in L…
 
In part two of our look into the history of refugees, we talk with Peter Gatrell again about the creation of the UNHCR and the 1951 Refugee Convention. We also look at trends that lead the international framework from refugees from the early 1950s to now. Lastly, we get insight into how we should think about the current "refugee crisis" in context …
 
You might remember that at the end of last summer, UK artist Banksy hit the news when he funded a new search and rescue boat in the Mediterranean. He painted it bright pink, with a girl in a life vest holding a heart-shaped safety buoy painted on the side, and it was named the Louise Michel after a French feminist anarchist. The Louise Michel has s…
 
In part one of a two part investigation, we outline the historical context of the modern refugee crisis with Professor Peter Gatrell, a migration history expert from the University of Manchester in England. Professor Gatrell explains how refugees came about as a byproduct of the nation-state system and how major conflicts like the World Wars, the R…
 
Season Four of Seeking Refuge is here!! This season, which we're calling "Intersections," will explore the ways that being a refugee compounds on other systemic issues in the world. Dropping next Monday, February 22nd! Which episode are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments! Connect With Us If you or someone you know would like to share…
 
Do you think of refugee camps as only existing in countries far away? Today’s episode of The Worldwide Tribe podcast is about one right here in the UK: Napier Barracks. Up on a hill in the seaside town of Folkestone in Kent, lies a disused army barracks built in 1794. It’s red-brick buildings, surrounded by 10-ft fences topped with barbed wire, wer…
 
A few weeks ago, Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. Here's a recap of all the refugee and immigration policy changes he's made in his first days. Check out the White House's Fact Sheets on the new policies: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2021/01/20/fact-sheet-president-biden-sends-immigr…
 
WELCOME BACK to Season 4 of the Worldwide Tribe Podcast! It's been a while, so this episode covers some of the big events of the last few months...from a trip to Beirut after the explosion, to a brand new brother! Spend some time with me, Jaz, sharing an update on lockdown, the recent Channel crossings, a new film, but most importantly...a new fami…
 
Today, Patrick sits down with Lewis Mudge, the Director of Central Africa for Human Rights Watch. Lewis talks about his career as a humanitarian, monitoring human rights abuses in the Central African Republic and surrounding countries. He discusses the state of the CAR today and the pursuit of justice in the country. Click here to see Human Rights …
 
Patrick sits down with New Hampshire State Representative Safiya Wazir. Safiya is from Afghanistan and is the first refugee to be elected to the New Hampshire State Legislature. They talk about her journey to the US, her life as an activist, being a woman in NH politics, and being a young mom through all of this. She also shares a hopeful view of t…
 
Jackie sits down with Firas Al-Khateeb, a communication and public information officer with the UNHCR in Iraq. They talk about the role of the UNHCR in the refugee crisis, the current state of displacement in Iraq, and the impact of the Syrian refugee crisis on the country. They also talk ways people in America can help refugees around the world an…
 
Episode Notes Today, we sit down with new author Dung Duong. Dung is an optics engineer, entrepreneur, and former Vietnamese refugee. He talks to us about his new book, Shifting Optics, and tells us about lessons he learned from his life and his career, as well as his hopes that listeners can look at life from a new perspective. To buy Dung's book,…
 
Episode Notes Today, our very own Esha and Aidan review the 2007 documentary film Facing Sudan about the aftermath of the Sudanese Civil War. The story covers the war, the humanitarian fallout, the Lost Boys, and the genocide in Darfur. (Plus, Salva makes an appearance!) Esha and Aidan talk about their thoughts on the movie as well as what's change…
 
Episode Notes This week, we talk with Mike Spence and Mowlid of Athletics United in Logan, Utah. Mike is the executive director of the program, and Mowlid is a student from Somalia who participates in it. They foster community building, especially offering resources and connections for the refugee students in their town. Mike and Mowlid tell us wha…
 
Episode Notes This week, we talk with musician Ephraim Bugumba, a Congolese refugee. He tells us about his family's incredible journey to safety after fleeing their home in 1999 following a massacre in their village and his life in the US. Ephraim also talks about the meaning behind his popular song "Stormz" and what is next for him musically. Ephr…
 
We interrupt our regular season to bring you this bonus interview with Mohammed Rafique. Mohammed is a student at the University of Waterloo, and he talks about his experience as a refugee from Myanmar and the desire of refugees to feel known and at home. He discusses his advocacy work with the Rohingya Association of Canada, his meeting with Justi…
 
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been in the news a lot lately with allegations of mistreatment of detainees. We're bringing you a summary of the allegations so far. This story is continually evolving, so we'll bring you updates as needed. Articles Referenced in this Episode: https://www.propublica.org/article/ice-guards-systemati…
 
This week, we sit down with Yazmin Ullah, a Rohingya activist. She explains the situation in Myanmar and talks to us about the ongoing case in the ICJ against the government for crimes of genocide. Yazmin talks about her advocacy work, her goals for the future, and even her social media presence on Twitter and Tik Tok. For more info on the Us vs. T…
 
This week, we examine the worsening situation in South Sudan, and we have two guests! First, we talk to Tony Freitas, who worked in South Sudan for years giving humanitarian aid and training South Sudanese refugees in various skills. Then, we talk to Moses Andruga about his story. Moses is a South Sudanese refugee who is currently in Uganda working…
 
This week, we talk to David Marín Cabrera, a Venezuelan psychologist, about his experience as a refugee in Peru. He talks about his own experience leaving Venezuela, the state of the crisis in general, and his work counseling other refugees. David and other counselors are using their own experiences as refugees to help others cope with their trauma…
 
President Trump just announced the 2021 refugee cap, and it's the lowest in US history. Articles Referenced in this Episode: https://www.cnn.com/2019/09/26/politics/refugee-cap-historic-low/index.html https://www.cbsnews.com/news/trump-administration-refugee-resettlement-cap-historic-low/ https://news.yahoo.com/administration-announces-further-slas…
 
In our first episode of season 3, we explain a little bit of what is happening in Syria, and we sit down with Amani Kanjo of Syrian Relief and Development to discuss health care for Syrians. Specifically, Amani points out issues of gender-based violence and health care workers' advocacy in the country and among Syrian refugees. If you want to learn…
 
Our third season is coming in two weeks! In this teaser, we talk about where we've been, what this season is about, and give brief introductions to our team members. We are so excited for what the future has in store, and we hope you are too. This season, we will be covering the ten largest displacement crises according to the UNHCR's 2019 report. …
 
We bring you information on the breaking Moria Fires story in Lesbos, Greece. Choose Love Donation Page: https://donate.helprefugees.org/campaigns/moria-emergency/ Articles Referenced in this Episode: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/09/world/europe/fire-refugee-camp-lesbos-moria.html https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-54082201 https://www.reuter…
 
My guest this week is Manwar Ali - a former radical Jihadist who is now a leading campaigner in Britain against violence and extremism, and works with the UK police and Home Office to prevent radicalisation in young people. Whilst studying in London in the late 1970’s, Manwar gradually became radicalised and was involved in radical Jihad for 15 yea…
 
The whole world was shocked by the footage of last week’s explosion in Beirut. It hardly looked real. But amongst the thousands of videos of the blast and the statistics being reported in the press internationally, are the hundreds of thousands of people who have been impacted by the tragedy. Today you will hear from two of these people, Lebanese r…
 
Today is the six year anniversary of the Yazidi Genocide. If you don't know about the Yazidi people or what happened to them...this is the episode for you. My guest this week is Farida Khalaf - a Yazidi girl from a village in Northern Iraq - 100km west of Mosul. The Yazidi religion is an ancient minority in predominantly muslim Iraq, and when ISIS …
 
Prepare yourself for what is definitely one of the most amazing conversations that I’ve ever had. You might want to take notes during this episode, I felt like I did whilst Giles spoke these words to me. I wanted to remember every word that left his mouth... My guest this week is Giles Duley. Giles describes himself as an anti-war photographer, doc…
 
In this summer bonus episode, we talked to Salva Dut, the founder of Water for South Sudan. Salva was one of the Sudanese “Lost Boys” and was the basis for the book A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park. Salva traces his journey for us, talks about the effects of clean water on a community, and discusses his vision for the future of South Sudan an…
 
It’s an absolute honour to have been able to interview this week’s guest... Waad Al-Kateab is a Syrian filmmaker, journalist, mother and director of the film For Sama. For anyone who hasn’t heard of this film, go and watch it immediately (it’s available for free online)...but be prepared. It’s one of the most emotional and impactful films I’ve ever…
 
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