Best refugees podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
Related podcasts: Refugee Asylum Immigration Society Fantasy News US Government Education Migration Arts Religion Migrants Immigrants Immigrant Vermont Social Justice Activism Human Rights Documentary Australia  
Refugees public [search 0]
show episodes
 
R
Refugee Stories
Daily+
 
Podcast by Seth Coleman
 
R
Refugee Crisis
Daily+
 
Podcast about refugee crisis in Europe, Radio speaker interviews 2 people from Germany.
 
R
Refugees On Air
Monthly
 
Refugees on Air is a podcast giving Refugee from all around Australia a voice to share their stories and shed light to their inspirational journeys. Hosted by 16-year-old Syrian Migrants and Twins Sarah and Maya Ghassali, episodes are updated every fortnight with new stories to share.
 
Refugees who arrive in Twin Falls, Idaho, build their new lives in a community where opinions on refugee resettlement are deeply divided and opponents are vocal. Times-News journalists are following a family of four from the Democratic Republic of the Congo through their first year in Twin Falls.
 
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.
 
Women of the World is a women refugee service non-profit responsible for service and capacity building for our new neighbors in Salt Lake City Utah. Our podcast is a place where 'our ladies' can share their stories and aspirations and where we can highlight activities important to refugees and service providers.
 
We are a podcast dedicated to covering all things DC United. We are a podcast for the fans of DC United by two fans of DC United.
 
Refugee Studies Centre
 
A podcast about music and the sometimes strange, sometimes ridiculous, but always awesome things that happen to people when they play in a band.The Spinal Tap of podcasts, brought to you by your hosts John Kozicki and Jason Shellhaas, and a slew of guests. Released monthly!
 
G
Guide for Refugees
Weekly
 
Our Guide for Refugees: BR-Journalist Henry Lai covers the most interesting questions and gives some helpful information. Welcome to Bavaria!
 
We all know about the war in Syria, and most of us have an opinion about it, but very few of us have had the opportunity to sit in a refugee’s tent and listen to their story. Refugees’ Stories aims to change that.
 
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.
 
In eight compelling episodes, this podcast covers the most pressing and misunderstood aspects of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program, including how security vetting actually works, the economic impact of refugees, the history of U.S. immigration and ongoing pattern of fear and vilification of newcomers, faith perspectives, veteran perspectives, and the current status and future of the global migration crisis that has rivaled the historical migrant flows of WWII and continues to rise today. M ...
 
An actual play RPG show where we create a new world and play games in it using a combination of different systems
 
A decree goes out. A family is unsettled. A country is shaken. A peace is disturbed. The story may never be the same, but the hope for the refugee is unchanging. Join us to explore the events surrounding the birth of Jesus, whose life began as a refugee, as we unveil the ways we are displaced by our circumstances, and how to empathize with those experiencing the difficult reality of the refugee.
 
Refugee Conference 2011
 
Refugee Studies at the School of Advanced Study
 
Supporting refugees in Greece and Bangladesh, we meet extraordinary people. Here are some of them. UK Charity 1174070.
 
Friendly Neighborhood Refugee tells the stories of refugees - wherever they may be in their journey. We have seen that in the media, refugees have been portrayed as numbers instead of real humans, or even how refugees have been victimized instead of being shown as strong, resilient assets to the community. We believe in the importance of talking TO refugees, not ABOUT them, and encouraging others to do the same.
 
Albie Sachs - From refugee to judge of refugee law - Audio
 
Albie Sachs - From refugee to judge of refugee law - audio
 
Albie Sachs - From refugee to judge of refugee law - video
 
Who counts as a refugee? - for iBooks
 
T
The Hum Podcast
Monthly+
 
The Hum is a podcast that cuts straight to the heart of human rights stories. Raw, honest and uncensored, from the people who have lived them first-hand. Real people. Real stories. Every Wednesday.
 
Enriching the arguments: the refugee contribution to British life - video
 
Innovation around displacement is not new. Yet the imperfections of current approaches are obvious in the challenges that we continue to face. By looking at old problems in new ways and by seeking and fostering innovation itself, new products can be developed, new ways of working can be devised and new modalities and paradigms can emerge to make the lives of displaced people better, more sustainable and less risky. These 11 articles reflect some of the thinking behind humanitarian innovation ...
 
Enriching the arguments: the refugee contribution to British life - audio
 
D
Displaced
Weekly
 
Horrific bombings in Syria. Civil war and malnutrition in Yemen. Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar. These humanitarian crises make for desperate headlines. But what’s the story before the aid comes in? And what are the challenges after it’s delivered? Displaced asks and answers these questions, digging into the stories of how global crises unfold, and focusing on the most innovative ways to respond. Hosts Grant Gordon and Ravi Gurumurthy from the International Rescue Committee have in-depth ...
 
T
The Messenger
Monthly+
 
Since March 2016, Aziz has been reporting from Manus in short 30 second bursts, via WhatsApp messages sent from a smuggled phone. On the day his correspondence kicks off with Michael, he’s already been in detention for 864 days. Aziz tells the inside story – the good and the bad – of a place that consistently features in the headlines. A place some consider a necessary product of a successful border control policy, for others, a stain on Australia’s reputation from which it will never recove ...
 
From street food in Thailand to a bakery in a Syrian refugee camp to how one scientist uses state of the art pollen analysis to track the origins of honey (and also to solve cold murder cases), Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio goes anywhere and everywhere to ask questions and get answers about home cooking, food, culture, wine, farming, restaurants, literature, and the lives and cultures of the people who grow, produce, and create the food we eat.
 
Over the course of the last 12 months, the demand for informed commentary on the politics of migration has expanded rapidly. In a period where migration scholars ought to be turning people away at the door, they are struggling to have their voices heard in a rapidly shifting debate. This podcast on migration and politics aims to generate theoretically and politically engaged discussion on the relationships between human mobility, space and power.
 
Migrant Stories is about Dignity. Storytelling. Respect. Awaken It's also about using the art of sacred journalism to repair and heal one's dignity. Most importantly, it's about using the power of up-close and in-depth storytelling to foster a culture of respect and awaken the world to one of the most pressing and under-reported issues of our time.
 
R
Rough Translation
Weekly
 
How are the things we're talking about being talked about somewhere else in the world? Gregory Warner tells stories that follow familiar conversations into unfamiliar territory. At a time when the world seems small but it's as hard as ever to escape our echo chambers, Rough Translation takes you places.
 
V
Vulnerable Women
Monthly+
 
In this series of podcasts from the British Refugee Council, we explore the problems facing refugee women in the UK. Many female refugees are seriously traumatized when they arrive, having been raped or tortured in their country of origin. This is a rare chance to hear their stories in their own words.
 
The Think Orphan podcast is hosted by Dr. Karen Hutcheson, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and Philip Darke, President of Providence World and co-author of In Pursuit of Orphan Excellence. Each week, they discuss the difficult issues and hot topics involved in the global orphan crisis with leading voices from around the world, such as Jedd Medefind, Rick Morton, and Peter Greer. From poverty alleviation and family strengthening, to best practices in caring for orphaned and abandoned childr ...
 
D
Devil's Avocado
Monthly
 
Devil's Avocado takes all the big issues of the day and tears through them with experts to uncover all the hidden details you're not getting from anywhere else. It features Glenn Peters and Josh Kinal asking some very dumb questions of some very smart people.
 
P
Pioneer Church
Weekly+
 
The podcast for the online community that is PioneerChurch.TV Life giving teaching and content for people that are tired of being a religious refugee and ready to be a spiritual pioneer. We show the Way of Jesus to those that lost their way from religion. Primary teaching contributor is Andy Gibbons.
 
With all this talk about wall building, bad hombres and refugees as Skittles, comedian Maeve Higgins is beyond ready to change the conversation around immigration. She's traveled all the way here from Ireland to bring you funny, beautiful and sometimes maddening immigration stories, told by the people who’ve lived them.
 
A
A World On The Move
Monthly+
 
A World On The Move is a podcast series where migrants and refugees talk about their experience and discuss different topics with experts.
 
G
Grounded
Daily
 
Stories of Refugee Resettlement in Vermont
 
1
1stGens
Monthly
 
1stGens is a podcast about first-generation Americans and filling in the blanks beside the hyphen. Get to know co-hosts, Perrine and Skye, as they share their experiences as Liberian-Americans, while always correlating topics back to 1stGens from other countries. Being American isn't always so black and white.
 
a community of activists joining with God in setting the world to right
 
A series of five documentaries featuring audio diaries kept by five Syrians as they try to lay down roots in their new countries of asylum. With diarists in the UK, Germany, Sweden and Turkey the series is intended to give an intimate insight into the day-to-day experience of trying to start life from scratch in an alien country, having left everything you know behind.
 
T
Toucanradio podcast
Rare
 
Radio pieces from Toucanradio.org on a variety of topics, ranging from the arts, to music to politics; profiles, documentaries, reports and features...
 
S
Second Wave
Monthly+
 
Hollywood has told us many stories of the Vietnam War, but these are some of the untold stories of the hundreds of thousands of refugees who settled in the U.S. in its wake.
 
REDIRECT is a weekly dive into the world of immigration law and its human consequences. Refugees and border walls, rhetoric and politics. We break it down and get to the truth.
 
One Syrian family’s perilous journey from living as refugees in Jordan to Europe. Manveen Rana documents their journey in a series of reports for BBC Radio 4’s The World at One.
 
N
Newcomer Nation
Daily+
 
Newcomer Nation gives you the lowdown on immigration in the U.S. Every month, our podcast will explore and explain how the system works, how we got here and how it's playing out. Hosted by Daniela Vidal Allee and Daniela Sirtori-Cortina. Contact: newcomernation@gmail.com/@newcomernation
 
Writers’ Centre Norwich is a literature development agency based in Norwich, UK. We are interested in both the artistic and social impact of creative writing, and work with writers, readers and diverse communities on a wide range of ongoing and one off projects and events. We work locally, regionally, nationally and internationally, and have developed productive partnerships with many organisations.Please feel free to get in touch using the contact details on our website, or through our face ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Mike Dawson, CEO of Ustad Mobile explains how their Dubai-based company is using mobile apps to reach students in challenging locations, including refugee camps.
 
Thinking poker legend Gareth Chantler recently published a major exposé of flaws in Canada’s refugee approval process. He discusses the piece, which was the product of years of research, as well as his work more generally with the Syrian community in Turkey. Gareth is also raising money to bring one Syrian family in particular to Canada, and do ...…
 
Voters in Cameroon are expected to go to the polls in October for presidential elections that will challenge the 35-year-rule of incumbent President Paul Biya. And one man is hoping to bring Biya’s reign to an end. Akere Muna has been described by some as the most credible possible successor to the Cameroonian leader. The former vice chair of T ...…
 
Terry and the Dog by Collin Doyle. From left to right: Maralyn Ryan, Robert Benz and Cole Humeny. Photo by: Ryan Parker It’s a full-time week for guest Laura Raboud as we take in Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story at the Citadel Theatre, then hunker in for the befuddling, heart-churning experience of Collin Doyle’s new play, Terry and the Dog. Wha ...…
 
In episode 14, we interview Rieti Gengo, a doctoral candidate in biocultural anthropology at Notre Dame. Besides fingernail clippings, we talk to Rieti about his recent publication "Positive effects of refugee presence on host community nutritional status in Turkana County, Kenya" in American Journal of Human Biology (https://onlinelibrary.wile ...…
 
Hometown is a podcast from Episcopal Migration Ministries and is part of the Good Book Club. This is the last episode in Season 1! Stay subscribed - we’ll release special episodes throughout the summer, including from General Convention!Pentecost Sunday is the last day of this round of the Good Book Club. Scripture readings: Acts 27:13—28:44. S ...…
 
05/20/2018 | Jeff Brown and Franco AbiangamaFranco Abiangama shares his story in a compelling way as he calls the church to care for the suffering. Franco and his family narrowly escaped the violence of a Civil War in the Congo. He describes life in a refugee camp the process of being resettled to the United States. Franco reminds us of the fai ...…
 
Today’s movie is “Day of the Dead: Bloodline” (2018), loosely based on George Romero’s classic “Day of the Dead” (1985). It was written for the screen by Mark Tonderai and Lars Jacobson, and directed by Hèctor Hernández Vicens. The film follows Zoe (Sophie Skelton), a medical student working at a refugee camp five years after the zombie outbrea ...…
 
Zechariah 14:9 NLT 'And the Lord will be king over all the earth. On that day there will be one Lord – his name alone will be worshiped.' It’s hard to observe global events or experience personal disappointment and to maintain a constructive view of God’s authority. Why is it that God’s rule fails to counteract the evil and tragedy we observe a ...…
 
This week, a judge in Glenwood Springs decided there’s enough evidence to try the couple accused of stealing more than $1 million from the ranch they managed for more than three decades. In Aspen, the interested parties seem to agree on where a new Lift 1 on Aspen Mountain should go and some of the arts events coming up this summer will focus o ...…
 
This week, a judge in Glenwood Springs decided there’s enough evidence to try the couple accused of stealing more than $1 million from the ranch they managed for more than three decades. In Aspen, the interested parties seem to agree on where a new Lift 1 on Aspen Mountain should go and some of the arts events coming up this summer will focus o ...…
 
This week, a judge in Glenwood Springs decided there’s enough evidence to try the couple accused of stealing more than $1 million from the ranch they managed for more than three decades. In Aspen, the interested parties seem to agree on where a new Lift 1 on Aspen Mountain should go and some of the arts events coming up this summer will focus o ...…
 
This week, a judge in Glenwood Springs decided there’s enough evidence to try the couple accused of stealing more than $1 million from the ranch they managed for more than three decades. In Aspen, the interested parties seem to agree on where a new Lift 1 on Aspen Mountain should go and some of the arts events coming up this summer will focus o ...…
 
This week, a judge in Glenwood Springs decided there’s enough evidence to try the couple accused of stealing more than $1 million from the ranch they managed for more than three decades. In Aspen, the interested parties seem to agree on where a new Lift 1 on Aspen Mountain should go and some of the arts events coming up this summer will focus o ...…
 
This week, a judge in Glenwood Springs decided there’s enough evidence to try the couple accused of stealing more than $1 million from the ranch they managed for more than three decades. In Aspen, the interested parties seem to agree on where a new Lift 1 on Aspen Mountain should go and some of the arts events coming up this summer will focus o ...…
 
This week, a judge in Glenwood Springs decided there’s enough evidence to try the couple accused of stealing more than $1 million from the ranch they managed for more than three decades. In Aspen, the interested parties seem to agree on where a new Lift 1 on Aspen Mountain should go and some of the arts events coming up this summer will focus o ...…
 
This week, a judge in Glenwood Springs decided there’s enough evidence to try the couple accused of stealing more than $1 million from the ranch they managed for more than three decades. In Aspen, the interested parties seem to agree on where a new Lift 1 on Aspen Mountain should go and some of the arts events coming up this summer will focus o ...…
 
This week, a judge in Glenwood Springs decided there’s enough evidence to try the couple accused of stealing more than $1 million from the ranch they managed for more than three decades. In Aspen, the interested parties seem to agree on where a new Lift 1 on Aspen Mountain should go and some of the arts events coming up this summer will focus o ...…
 
On average, refugees spend 17 years waiting in camps before they are resettled. Today we hear a story about one man's attempts to escape this waiting game.
 
On May 15, 1968, Auditorium Theatre CEO Tania Castroverde Moskalenko and her family left Havana, Cuba and arrived in Miami as political refugees. In this #AudTalk podcast, we sat down with Castroverde Moskalenko to learn more about her story and gain insights into this weekend's performances of Ballet Nacional de Cuba's "Don Quixote"! More: the ...…
 
https://www.actionnewsjax.com/news/local/ikea-donates-beds-to-refugees-resettling-in-jacksonville/749378533 Glenn is available for life coaching sessions in person, or via phone and Skype. To book an appointment or for more information, go to GlennAmbrose.com, follow him on Facebook and Twitter, or click the link in the description of this episode!…
 
Since August 25th, over 600,000 Rohingyas have fled Myanmar. This Muslim minority has been terrorized by its own government and military for over five decades. Despite the fact that Bangladesh has done an enormous job by receiving and supporting thousands of refugees, many of them are also being trafficked and enslaved.Authors: Cecilia Arregui ...…
 
Today’s good news deal with a Syrian refugee winning the Children’s Peace Prize, “super beans” offer new solutions to hunger-prone parts of Africa and cow dung as car fuel.Author: Lisa Urlbauerwww.planetmundus.com
 
Beate Zschäpe, Günter Grass, Holger Apfel – and the list goes on: Published in 2014, the song “Beate Zschäpe hört U2” (Beate Zschäpe listens to U2) mentions not only the German extremist but also politicians and artists who expressed antisemitic or racist thoughts. It also stresses the everyday phenomenon of xenophobia: It is Max Mustermann (th ...…
 
Ted returns from Salt Lake City and the boys review the the latest loss to Real Salt Lake. They also discuss San Jose with Jon Schremp and update the latest developments on Wayne Rooney and where he fits with the larger picture regarding DC
 
This week Charly Lester, co-founder of A League of Her Own chats to three women campaigning for different women's rights. Fozia Rashid is a survivor of forced marriage and domestic abuse, and the founder of She Speaks Out. Gabby Edlin is the founder of Bloody Good Period, a charity which provides sanitary protection to refugees and asylum seeke ...…
 
In our second to last Dungeon World game, the party begins to santify the entire obsidian cathedral when someone new arrives.Twitter @esmereldapodEmail refugeesofesmerelda@gmail.com
 
Ke Lam, Reentry Coordinator at the Asian Prisoner Support Committee, joins Kevin on the sideline of the 2018 API Policy Summit in Sacramento, CA, to share his incredible story from a refugee, to an inmate,... The post Ke Lam: Special Coverage-2018 API Policy Summit appeared first on Model Majority Podcast.…
 
Nasser is the son of a Palestinian refugee. He is a co-founder of Australians For Palestine, a founding board member of Olive Kids, and CEO of a financial services company. With his father’s legacy in mind, Nasser is determined to continue the struggle for justice and a free Palestine.
 
For years, Tukwila’s stretch of highway 99 was known for its crime: drug sales, prostitution, burglaries and violence. Then one morning in 2013, hundreds of police officers raided the old motels where most of those crimes were happening. Mohammed Jama ran a small shop next to the motels. He’s part of the large Somali and refugee community cente ...…
 
On today’s podcast, I caught up with clarinetist, Kinan Azmeh, a Syrian transplant, lives in Brooklyn, NY whose talents grant the opportunity to work with the likes of Silk Road Ensemble and Yo-Yo Ma. Live Connections, her in Philadelphia, will play host to an intimate presentation with Kinan Azmeh and the Aizuri String Quartet On May 31st at W ...…
 
“Not many authors are compared to Borges, Cervantes, and Kathy Acker all in one breath, but that is exactly what we’re dealing with here: Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi is a twisted, twisty genius.”–Nylon Magazine; “Van der Vliet Oloomi captures the shattered identity of the refugee and the immigrant, the way that literature becomes a lifeline in ...…
 
On May 8, 2018, President Trump announced that the United States was withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal, dismantling Obama’s signature foreign policy agreement. Robert Malley, president and CEO of the International Crisis Group and one of the US negotiators who helped forge the deal in 2015, offers his insight into what Trump's withdrawal m ...…
 
Amanda Lane provides a deep dive into the refugee crisis in Jordan, drawing on her work with Collateral Repair Project, a small community-based organization working to meet the basic needs of refugees in Amman. Speaker: Amanda Lane. (Recorded: Apr 26, 2018)
 
Join the Dungeon Crawlers team as they sit down with author Jaleigh Johnson to talk about her new book The Door to the Lost published by Delacorte Press. The Door to the Lost is a fantastical tale of two magical refugees trapped in a world that distrusts magic and how events are shaping so that they are the only ones who can save their new worl ...…
 
Manuel Padilla leads a conversation between Portland Meet Portland mentors and their mentees. They talk about their experiences from their youth and what it's like to live in Portland. The refugees also have a lot of thoughts about Fazal Sheikh's photos in the "Common Ground" exhibition at Portland Art Museum. For more information about Common ...…
 
Burundians go to the polls on 17 May for a controversial constitutional referendum to decide on changes that could extend the president’s term limits. The changes to the constitution could potentially enable President Pierre Nkurunziza to stay in power until 2034 with an additional two terms of seven years. Nkurunziza has already been in power ...…
 
Historians, writers examine the prospects of Palestinian refugees’ return to their lands and homes.By Nora Barrows-Friedman.
 
Historians, writers examine the prospects of Palestinian refugees’ return to their lands and homes.
 
Roj Amedi is a writer and editor, and a Senior Human Rights Campaigner at GetUp. She was a guest editor of the 38th issue of Acclaim Magazine. She has written for The Saturday Paper, SBS, Meanjin, Swampland, Vault and and is a regular columnist for Right Now. A seasoned public speaker and commentator, Roj has appeared at the Melbourne Writers F ...…
 
In this episode I sit down with Edith Fecskes to talk about what it was like fleeing Russian occupied Hungary when she was a little girl. How her experience as a refugee and emigrant shaped who she is today, and how her family learned to integrate themselves into American society.
 
Omar is a torture survivor, former journalist and refugee from The Gambia in West Africa. Before he escaped his country he was beaten and stabbed with rifle bayonets until he bled to unconsciousness. When the government found out that he was providing foreign media with information about local corruption, they put a ransom on his life. He narro ...…
 
Recorded on Friday, May 11, 2018 in Washington DC. In his first televised interview in almost a year, Secretary of Defense James N. Mattis sits down with Peter Robinson to discuss a wide range of issues facing the United States Armed Forces at home and across the globe. Earlier this year, Secretary Mattis published the National Defense Strategy ...…
 
Hometown is a podcast from Episcopal Migration Ministries and is part of the Good Book Club. This week’s Good Book Club scripture readings: Acts 21:27—Acts 27:12 Reflection authorThis week’s reflection comes from The Rev. Canon Dr. Michael Barlowe, Executive Officer of General Convention and Secretary of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Soci ...…
 
In this episode of 'The IMLH Show' from www.soundcloud.com/indiemusicliveshere, AJ Logan is joined by Portland based www.soundcloud.com/chasingebenezer in support of their recent single, 'Say'. Also featured in this episode is the 2017 full length release, 'Outcasts & Refugees'. For more on Chasing Ebenezer, visit their website at www.chasingeb ...…
 
On the surface, it's a noble position: to passionately champion 'life'. Moving beyond the abortion debate, I hope that it isn't too controversial of an observation that a good deal of life happens after we are born. So I would have to conclude that being 'pro-life' describes someone that cares about the rest of the story that follows once the i ...…
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login