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    Ardmore Baptist Church Sermons
    Interview with Ralph Stocks | Project Ruth and Serving Ukrainian Refugees

    Ardmore Baptist Church Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 46:01


    This is a conversation between senior pastor Tyler Tankersley and Ralph Stocks about his time serving with CBF as a Field Personnel and with Project Ruth in Romania caring for Ukranian Refugees. We invite you to learn more at ardmorebaptist.org/missions

    RTÉ - News at One Podcast
    RTE DIY SOS team and donations see six homes made available for Ukrainian refugees

    RTÉ - News at One Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 3:33


    Church of Ireland Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, Dr Paul Colton, tells us about the project.

    Chris Fabry Live
    Helping Immigrants and Refugees

    Chris Fabry Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022


    ​Joshua’s story of escape from Egypt and his journey from Islam to Christianity is fascinating. And he hopes his experience will encourage and motivate you. We’ll talk with author and pastor Joshua Sherif, then we want to hear how you have reached out to the immigrant or refugee near you. How has that effort enriched your life and strengthened your church? Don’t miss Chris Fabry Live.

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland
    Concern for Ukrainian refugees being moved around the country

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 6:30


    Emma Lane-Spollen, National Co-Ordinator of the Ukraine Civil Society Forum, calls for action on refugee accommodation.

    The KORE Women Podcast
    A High-Performance Coach, a Refugee from Persia, and a Survivor of Being Hit by a Car - Bahar Alexander

    The KORE Women Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 30:49


    This week on the KORE Women podcast, Dr. Summer Watson welcomes Bahar Alexander, who has over 20 years of experience as a High-Performance Coach for Life and Leadership, has an extensive background in Performance Psychology, Cognitive-behavioral Psychology, Neurolinguistic programming, Epigenetics, Functional Medicine, anatomy and physiology, Functional Nutrition, Mindfulness, Yoga, and Tai chi and you are absolutely going to want to lean in about her story as a Refugee and moving from Persia to the Netherlands and to hear all about the accident that changed her life.    You can follow Bahar Alexander on LinkedIn @baharalexander1 and @highperformanceleadershipdevelopment, Instagram @thealexandermethodcoaching, Twitter @baharalexander1, and at: https://alexandermtd.com Thank you for taking the time to listen to the KORE Women podcast and being a part of the KORE Women experience. You can listen to The KORE Women podcast on your favorite podcast directory - Pandora, iHeartRadio, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, YouTube, Spotify, Stitcher, Podbean, JioSaavn, Amazon and at: www.KOREWomen.com/podcast. Please leave your comments and reviews about the podcast and check out KORE Women on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. You can also learn more about Dr. Summer Watson and KORE Women at: www.korewomen.com

    Dick Talk podcast
    That's what porn's for

    Dick Talk podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 74:19


    America, international travel, flying, deepfake porn, discord, car accidents, blacklights, birth control, puppy prison, refugees, dogs, dealers, trap house, straws 

    The YVR Screen Scene Podcast
    Episode 227: Ukrainian filmmaker Khrystyna Syvolap shares her refugee story

    The YVR Screen Scene Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 52:04


    Khrystyna Syvolap arrived in Canada with her 8-year-old daughter nearly three months ago, seeking refuge from Russia's unjust assault on Ukraine. Khrystyna is a commercial director who has directed television, short films, and a feature film (2020's Viddana). She's a member of the Ukrainian Film Academy and was on Forbes Magazine's list of Ukraine's "30 Under 30" for 2021. And for the moment at least, her life is here in Vancouver. In this special episode of the YVR Screen Scene Podcast, Sabrina speaks with Khrystyna about her journey from Kyiv to Vancouver, as well as the myriad of challenges faced by Ukrainian film professionals turned refugees who arrive in Canada with little more than their lives and want to get to work. Episode sponsor: Fish Flight Entertainment

    Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
    Tiffanie Drayton, BLACK AMERICAN REFUGEE: Escaping the Narcissism of the American Dream

    Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 26:33


    Zibby is joined by journalist and author Tiffanie Drayton to talk about her first book, Black American Refugee, which grew out of one of her popular New York Times articles. The two discuss how Tiffanie decided to portray the narcissistic abuse she endured from her ex-husband in the same way she portrayed the narcissistic abuse of living in America, as well as what it was like to reflect on some of her painful memories. Tiffanie also offers a less than ideal follow-up to the end of her story and offers an inspiring call to arms for those who have been maligned by our government.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/3OHa3XVBookshop: https://bit.ly/3OEVZy0Subscribe to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Paradigms
    Dean Cycon – Carbon-Neg Business Profits Help Ukrainian Refugees

    Paradigms

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 59:55


    Dean Cycon is the founder of Dean's Beans, whose mission statement is a model for ethical, socially responsible, Earth friendly business practices. After 30 profitable years working with an ethical business model, Dean is retiring and turning the company into … More ... The post Dean Cycon – Carbon-Neg Business Profits Help Ukrainian Refugees appeared first on Paradigms Podcast.

    FreshEd
    FreshEd #286 – Opening Up the University (Ian M. Cook & Prem Kumar Rajaram)

    FreshEd

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 34:58


    As many students in the Northern Hemisphere begin summer break, I thought it would be a good time to reflect on and reimagine universities. Ian Cook and Prem Kumar Rajaram join me today to talk about their new Open Access co-edited volume, Opening up the University: Teaching and Learning with Refugees, which was put together with Celine Cantat. Ian M. Cook is Director of Studies at the Open Learning Initiative (OLIve), Budapest located at the Central European University (CEU), where Prem Kumar Rajaram is Professor at the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology and Head of the Open Learning Initiative. freshedpodcast.com/cook-rajaram -- Get in touch! Twitter: @FreshEdpodcast Facebook: FreshEd Email: info@freshedpodcast.com Support FreshEd: www.freshedpodcast.com/support/

    VOMRadio
    AFGHANISTAN: God Faithfully Protects His Children

    VOMRadio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 24:59


    In 2021, as the US prepared to withdraw its military presence from the country, radical Islamist Taliban forces swept across Afghanistan. Many Christians—especially those publicly known to follow Jesus—needed to flee the country or risk immediate execution. Charmaine Hedding, president of The Shai Fund, has worked to help persecuted believers around the world since 2014. When Christians needed help getting out of Afghanistan, she and a committed team quickly stepped forward to help. They arranged flights, helped Afghan Christians hide and get to the airport, and helped find nations willing to accept them as refugees. They worked around the clock to help Afghan believers. Listen as Charmaine shares how she became involved in helping persecuted Christians, first-hand stories of the hardships Afghans faced, and God's faithfulness to answer prayer amidst the chaos and upheaval of the Taliban takeover. She will also share specific ways we can continue to pray for our Afghan brothers and sisters in Christ—both those still living in Afghanistan and those who have relocated to surrounding Islamic Nations. Never miss an episode of VOM Radio! Subscribe to the Podcast

    Inadmissible
    "Good Refugees" and "Bad Refugees" - What's Different?

    Inadmissible

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 33:56


    Throughout history and into today, our country has treated various groups of people fleeing violence, persecution, and death quite differently. But why?In this episode, we travel back to the Vietnam War, in the wake of which the United States finally enacts a law granting protection to refugees. We talk with Julian Saporiti, a Vietnamese-American ethnomusicologist and scholar, about his mom's experience fleeing Vietnam, his music about another refugee's experience, and his studies of other groups of refugees who have also sought safety in the U.S.

    Audacious with Chion Wolf
    These child prodigies are taking on the world

    Audacious with Chion Wolf

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 50:01


    What's it like to be a child prodigy? In this episode, you'll meet a boy who became a chess master at the age of ten, a pair of siblings who started college at seven years old, and one of the youngest members of the high-IQ society, Mensa, who joined it when she was two. GUESTS:  Tanitoluwa Adewumi: an 11-year-old Nigerian-American chess prodigy and chess master, who co-wrote My Name Is Tani . . . and I Believe in Miracles: The Amazing True Story of One Boy's Journey from Refugee to Chess Champion Tanishq Abraham: began community college at 7, and got his BS in biomedical engineering at 14 years old. He is now an 18-year-old PhD candidate in biomedical engineering at the University of California, Davis Tiara Abraham: began community college at 7, and is now a 16-year-old graduate at the University of California, Davis with a Bachelor's in Vocal Performance Kashe Quest: became the youngest member of Mensa at the age of 2. She just turned 4  Sukhjit Athwal: Kashe's mom, and Founder of The Modern Schoolhouse in Los Angeles Support the show: https://www.wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    How I Got That Way
    AMFMA - Refugees and the people of G-d

    How I Got That Way

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 15:15


    Larry once again professes his deep, deep dislike of Evangelical Christians. A World Displaced: What Refugees Can Teach Us About Hope

    Coronavirus Daily
    Remembering the plight of millions of Ukrainian refugees forced to leave their country to escape the Russian invasion

    Coronavirus Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 9:03


    A lot of attention was paid in the early days of Russia's invasion to the plight of millions of Ukrainians who had to flea their hometowns in advance of Russian forces descending on Kyiv. But once Russia's initial offensive flopped and the focus of the war shifted to the East, the world shifted much of its focus away from Ukrainian refugees. But there are still an estimated 5-million Ukrainians living outside of the country right now, as the war grinds on ... most of them set up temporarily scattered across Eastern Europe; there could be just as many or more who are internally displaced. Their desperate situations have not changed ... nor has their need for help. We spoke to a woman who left Mariupol early just before Russia started to attack. Mila and her family went to Spain. If you remember, Mila's grandma was stuck in Mariupol and she and her family weren't able to contact grandma for a couple weeks. Grandma has since evacuated the city and is safe. Mila's life has taken a bit of a different path than she thought before the war. She's now in Vienna, Austria.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
    Ukrainian Refugees are Coming to Utah

    Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 8:18


    Campus & Karriere - Deutschlandfunk
    Enorme Hürden für ausländische Lehrkräfte, Int. M. Vock Teacher Refugees Program

    Campus & Karriere - Deutschlandfunk

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 7:43


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    TBS eFM This Morning
    0630 [News Focus2]

    TBS eFM This Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 10:14


    [News Focus] The UK to send asylum seekers to Rwanda-르완다로 난민들 보내는 영국Guest: Professor Giorgia Dona, Director of the Centre for Migration, Refugees and Belonging at the University of East LondonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    RNZ: The Detail
    Why are asylum seekers treated differently to other refugees?

    RNZ: The Detail

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 23:12


    About half of the 400 people who arrive in New Zealand as asylum seekers every year end up being accepted as refugees - but why are they treated differently to people arriving through the quota system?

    Harvard Data Science Review Podcast
    Public Opinions on Immigrants and Refugees: Does the Data Inform or Misinform Us?

    Harvard Data Science Review Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 37:44


    In this episode we dive into the data on refugees and immigration. American public opinion seems very divided on these issues, but is it really? Is the U.S. more or less welcoming to refugees and immigrants than other parts of the world? How has disinformation influenced politics? Will the U.S. Southern Border, Ukraine, and other potential refugee crises affect the upcoming political elections in the U.S.? We bring in two experts to help discuss: Professor Katharine Donato holds the Donald G. Herzberg Chair in International Migration at Georgetown University and is Director of the Institute for the Study of International Migration in the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. Professor Donato is also a co-author of the HDSR article: Misinformation About COVID-19 and Venezuelan Migration: Trends in Twitter Conversation During a Pandemic Scott Tranter, Senior Vice President, Data Science and Engineering at Dynata and Co-Founder of Øptimus Analytics, which was acquired by Dynata in 2021. He is also an investor in Decision Desk HQ, which provides election results data to news outlets, political campaigns, and businesses.  

    World in Progress | Deutsche Welle
    World in Progress: Education, anyone?

    World in Progress | Deutsche Welle

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 29:59


    Education is key, but what if the education on offer doesn't take into account local languages or the students' needs? That's what a remote region in India is grappling with. And mobile teams in Kenya with a more hands-on approach want to help those who weren't able to get any formal schooling in rurual areas in the country's north.

    Stephan Livera Podcast
    SLP388 Meron Estefanos Bitcoin, Human Rights & Refugees

    Stephan Livera Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 51:12


    Meron Estefanos, activist and journalist joins me to talk about her story of helping over 20k refugees, helping to stop human traffickers, and how she's using and teaching Bitcoin these days. We chat: Her story of helping refugees Life for Eritreans Being an activist and radio journalist How she teaches Bitcoin (BlueWallet and Muun) HRF Oslo Freedom Forum Links: Twitter: @meronina Sponsors: Swan Bitcoin Hodl Hodl Lend Braiins.com Voltage Unchained Capital (code LIVERA) CoinKite.com(code LIVERA) Stephan Livera links: Show notes and website Follow me on Twitter @stephanlivera Subscribe to the podcast Patreon @stephanlivera

    Mornings with Eric and Brigitte
    Mission Eurasia Reaching Out to Ukrainian Refugees - Report from Poland

    Mornings with Eric and Brigitte

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 12:26


    On Wednesday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Don Parsons, Director of Unreached People Groups for Mission Eurasia talks about how their volunteers are currently transporting Ukrainian refugees to one of the non-profit's three refugee centers. They provide for their immediate needs (food, medical assistance and shelter) and help them find temporary housing with local families. Also, they are in the process of shipping twelve 40-foot containers of foot to the centers, where they're serving an average of 500 refugees per day. Ukrainian Refugee Assistance - Mission Eurasia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Threshold Stories
    Threshold 114 – Of Working with Refugees, Part 2

    Threshold Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 24:38


    Working with refugees exposes the character of generations of people. The post Threshold 114 – Of Working with Refugees, Part 2 appeared first on Threshold Academy, Inc..

    Innovators
    Lessons of a Salvadoran Refugee's Path of Success in American Higher Education (with Susana Rivera-Mills, Ph.D., Provost & Executive Vice President, Ball State University)

    Innovators

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 40:21


    Hard work, family support, and education are often cited as key elements in the success of most of the immigrants to the United States. These hold true for many Hispanics and Dr. Rivera-Mills of Ball State and her experiences and success exemplify that formula. Her success affords evidence to suggest just how Hispanics can achieve similar results. We spoke with Dr. Rivera-Mills and asked her to draw on her journey as a first-time Hispanic college attendee as well as her academic and administrative achievements to respond to the following questions:  The term “Hispanic” is “stretched” to encompass a multitude of nationalities and cultures of people in the United States. Does the term do justice to the complexity and diversity of persons to whom it is applied? Who is encompassed by the term? How do your experiences as a Hispanic woman compare and relate to what might be typical for today's Hispanic students? How do Hispanic women fare in American higher education? Except for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), the only other federally-designated ethnic or racial higher education institutions are the more than 550 Hispanic-serving institutions in the U.S. How critical a role do these latter colleges and universities play in advancing the educational opportunity and achievement of Hispanic students? If you were an advisor to an American president or state governor and had the opportunity to propose government focus and resources that you believe would accelerate the progress of Hispanic students at any level of education – primary, secondary, postsecondary – what would be your top three recommendations? Dr. Rivera-Mills earned the B.A. and M.A. from the University of Iowa and the Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico. She joined the faculty of Oregon State University where she served as a department chair, associate dean, and vice provost. At Ball State, her work focuses on student success for ALL students, and ensuring equitable access to educational opportunities. Innovators is a podcast production of Harris Search Associates.  *The views and opinions shared by the guests on Innovators do not necessarily reflect the views of the interviewee's institution or organization.*

    Interviews with Innocence
    Part 8: Diary of a Compassionate Polish Couple Welcoming 30 Ukrainian Refugees Into Their Home to Flee the War

    Interviews with Innocence

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 19:18


    Today I am honored to continue reading the war diaries, a compilation of small essays by Amber Kieniewicz detailing the experiences, emotions, and lessons learned from hosting Ukrainian people, primarily mothers and children, as the war continues to destroy their home country. For full show notes on this episode, please visit: https://www.interviewswithinnocence.com/blog/149

    RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
    Labor urged to help 30,000 asylum seekers stay in Australia

    RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 6:25


    The federal Labor government is being urged to move quickly to give tens of thousands of refugees and asylum seekers a long term home in Australia. The group are known as the 'legacy cohort' and many have already lived in Australia for a decade.

    Strang Report
    What the Lastest Updates Are in Ukraine From the Eyes of a Refugee

    Strang Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 38:11


    Tatiana Gumenyuk first reported on the Strang Report while bombs were going off in her hometown in Ukraine. Today, after fleeing to Germany, she joins host Stephen Strang in this episode to share what she believes is happening, the heartbreak of people who had to leave, and how God has been faithful through it all.

    Discover More
    #101. Horrific Vietnamese Refugee Boat Experience, Why We Are Not Our Thoughts, and How to Improve Your Mental Health — Trang Hoang, Ph.D.

    Discover More

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 106:54


    Welcome to Discover More Podcast. Congratulations on choosing curiosity over complacency. This week's guest is Dr. Trang Hoang, Ph.D., LCSW. Dr. Hoang is a professor at the USC School of Social Work, former division director at SSG Alliance, and received her graduate and doctorate degrees at UCLA. This is a very special episode because Dr. Hoang does not do media appearances due to her high emphasis on privacy, so this may be the first and last time you hear from her directly. Dr. Hoang has seven publications under her name and is the co-chair of the AAPI Equity Alliance Mental Health Subcommittee, and served on numerous regional and national associations, such as the UCLA Conflict Resolution & Mediation Team and Council on Social Work Education. Dr. Hoang directly experienced the horrific reality of wars in southern Vietnam and the subsequent refugee experience when she was young, before seeking safety in the United States. Do you ever wonder why life is full of suffering? Do you get stuck in your negative thought patterns and self-talk? Do you want to improve your mental health? Expect to learn a lot about Dr. Hoang's horrific refugee survival experience on a boat, how to improve your mental health, be self-compassionate when it's the hardest, and more. Let's get this started. Show Notes Dr. Hoang's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/trang-hoang-6b8b1643/ Dr. Hoang's Email: Thcongviec@gmail.com * Welcome to Discover More Podcast, a community for seekers of curiosity & mental health insights. I am your host, Benoit Kim. A trilingual Korean American veteran and former policy maker. I became a clinician after witnessing the nonnegotiable of mental health and nuanced perspectives in our everyday life. I intend to connect and dissect the intricacies of life by talking to the most fascinating humans I can find. * Thank you for Discovering More with us! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/discovermore/support

    SBS World News Radio
    Awer Mabil's inspirational journey from a refugee camp to the World Cup

    SBS World News Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:24


    In an exclusive interview, the Socceroos star sits down with SBS News to describe his humble beginnings, and his journey to the top of Australian football.

    The Missions Podcast
    The Stranger on Our Shore With Joshua Sherif

    The Missions Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


    Watch the video version of this episode here. Joshua Sherif grew up Muslim, escaped from Egypt, and found Christ in the US. In The Stranger at Our Shore, he shares his remarkable testimony, Chicago pastor Joshua Sherif calls the Western Church to reconsider the plight of the modern day sojourners in our land—the strangers at our shore and the ones living right next door—and to return wholeheartedly to its first charge: making disciples. Joshua was born in Egypt to a Muslim family and immigrated to the United States, where he later came to faith in Jesus. For the past decade, he has planted and pastored in Albany Park, Chicago, IL, one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the country. His congregation represents more than thirty nationalities, speaking twenty languages. Josh has enjoyed his years equipping and coaching other missionaries and pastors around the world. His story was featured in Love Costs Everything, a documentary produced by CIY and Voice of the Martyrs, concerning Christian persecution. Support this podcast and impact God's mission. Want to ask a question or suggest a topic? Email alex@missionspodcast.com.

    Why Your Bank Sucks
    Bank of America Makes Mistake, Refuses To Fix It, Impacts Family of Afghan Refugees From Eating and Paying Rent

    Why Your Bank Sucks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 61:53


    Bank of America impacting a bunch of disenfranchised people? Who would have guessed. The bank known for this did it again in Houston, TX, cite of some notable BofA instances in the past. A family of Afghan Refugees, who left during the uprising that led to the Taliban being in power again last year, were impacted by one of the world's largest banks in a silly way. So after the stay in a camp in New Jersey, the Khairkhan family set up shop in Houston Texas. When Khairuddin, the father, went to the BofA in Houston to cash the check he was given by the US Treasury (IRS), he was told that he could NOT do so, and was told he had to open an account in order to do so (Lie #1, government checks are to be cashed no matter what by non-clients and clients alike). He did just that, and in some bizarre sequence, the teller ended up putting the check in the wrong account with a man with a similar name.. Makes no sense, because the slips are pre-printed with their account numbers when opening an account. Either the teller used an alternate way to end up making the mistake or someone is hiding something. Nonetheless, the money went into the wrong account on April 1, and as of Thursday, Khairuddin didn't have the money, and a couple of people I met on Twitter, Mama J and David Godwin, who were helping these folks chimed in, which I responded. Within 24 hours, and without my help, they got the family on the news, on ABC 13 in Houston in which BofA finally apologized and promised to fix it, although their statement leaves something to be desired in my opinion about what they are actually doing to this family. In fact, I feel they are still being profiled. I break it down from all angles, including my experience with NRAs (Non Resident Aliens), account opening, making mistakes, and how and why a manager does or does not help in these cases. Plus, I discuss the direction of my BofA book in light of recent events that happened in my life! NB Has recovered over $3 Million from big banks back to consumers, with nearly $500k of it being Zelle fraud! 27,000+ Followers on TikTok, Twitter and Instagram Buy My Book "High-Risk Transaction" Find all my social media and other links at: TheNotoriousBanker.com (Links to YouTube, my book's page, podcast links, and how to contribute by Venmo/Cashapp and much more!!!) MY PATREON Page! For as little as $1, you can help James in his fight against big banks. http://patreon.com/NotoriousBanker --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thenotoriousbanker/support

    Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

    Born in Afghanistan, Waheed Arian has lived in a refugee camp, sheltered in cellars from a civil war, and endured malaria, TB and malnutrition. After being incarcerated in Britain as an illegal immigrant, he went on to become a doctor and now runs a global telemedicine charity, working with clinicians on the ground in developing countries. He tells Georgina Godwin his story, which is documented in his book ‘In the Wars: From Afghanistan to the UK and Beyond – a Refugee's Story of Survival and Saving Lives'.

    Threshold Stories
    Threshold 113 – Of Refugees, Part 1

    Threshold Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 17:35


    Jeff Gaura discusses his experiences working with refugees in Targu Mures, Romania. ——  Are you looking to push above your […] The post Threshold 113 – Of Refugees, Part 1 appeared first on Threshold Academy, Inc..

    AJ Longreads
    The refugees cast adrift in the Mediterranean

    AJ Longreads

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 17:29


    Katy Fallon spent months reporting on the Greek islands in the Eastern Aegean. Once praised for welcoming thousands of refugees...it's now become a place of widespread reports of human rights violations.  Written and read by Katy Fallon.

    SBS Assyrian
    Diaspora Assyrians send messages of encouragement to the Assyrian refugees

    SBS Assyrian

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 13:14


    In this segment about refugee week, We present comments and congratulations to all refugees on the refugee week. Assyrians living in Australia, the USA and Northern Iraq all thanked Australia for giving Assyrian refugees a new life and a better and more secured future.

    SBS Assyrian
    Assyrian refugees who succeeded in Australia

    SBS Assyrian

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 12:56


    This year's Refugee week theme is "Healing". Oliver Slews interviewed two young Assyrian refugees who have achieved so much success in their life since arriving as a refugee in Australia.

    Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
    Crisis at the Border: Helping Ukrainian Refugees Show editorially warningPlay

    Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 81:52


    As we mark World Refugee Day, an international day to honor refugees, we invite you to celebrate the strength and courage of all those forced to flee their homes in Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion in February . Multiple organizations and individuals are lending their support to the estimated 6.8 million refugees from Ukraine who have fled to Poland, Romania and throughout the European Union. In addition, there are an estimated 8 million people displaced within the country, all of whom are seeking shelter and safety. After more than three months of war, this refugee crisis continues unabated, and even if a peace agreement were signed tomorrow, this conflict-driven mass migration will continue to impact millions, not only in Europe but also around the globe. How can we plan to support the Ukrainian community throughout the crisis and after the war ends as they return, resettle and rebuild? Join this conversation with leaders from two of the many organizations working with displaced Ukrainian families and learn firsthand about the situation today facing refugees from the war in Ukraine. Ostap Korkuna is co-chairman of Nova Ukraine, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing humanitarian aid to the people of Ukraine and raising awareness about Ukraine in the United States as well as in the rest of the world. Joy Sisisky is CEO of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund here in the Bay Area. She recently spent time traveling to the border between Ukraine and Poland to stand witness at this monumental time in history, provide relief, and welcome Ukrainian Jewish families at the start of their very long journeys. What is being done to assist the mostly women and children forced to flee their homes, and what can you do to help? SPEAKERS Ostap Korkuna Co-Chairman, Nova Ukraine Joy Sisisky CEO and Chief Philanthropy Officer, Jewish Community Federation & Endowment Fund Steven Saum Editor, WorldView Magazine—Moderator In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded live on June 21st, 2022 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Awake At Night
    Not Here to Judge You - Bitesize Special - Monique Sokhan

    Awake At Night

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 15:02


    Monique Sokhan survived the Cambodian genocide, having fled the Khmer Rouge terror when she was just a small child. Now, working as Senior Protection Coordinator, at UNHCR's Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific, she is still searching for answers about the atrocities that killed many of her family members. “It's difficult because you're wondering why others have died and you're alive. And for those who did not survive […] I felt like having a responsibility somehow to do something that would make them proud of me.” Dedicating her life to humanitarian work, Monique soon found herself face to face with the very people who were responsible for killing her own family and friends. In this special bitesize episode, she reflects on her quest to understand the perpetrators of genocide, on reserving judgement, and on the unanswered questions that continue to haunt her.

    旅行熱炒店
    EP107 住進斐濟人家中,12月艷陽下的海島風聖誕節! ft. Refugee 101 Taiwan 胡鈞媛

    旅行熱炒店

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 41:30


    在南太平洋海島上度過聖誕節,究竟是什麼感覺呢? 曾經接受旅行熱炒店訪問的 Refugee 101 Taiwan 創辦人鈞媛,在難民議題之外,其實是個經驗豐富的背包好手!早在大學時期,就規劃了踏遍五大洲的海外工作計畫;也就是懷抱著這樣的雄心壯志,她轉了好幾趟飛機,來到了12月的斐濟。 雖然在當地工作的計劃終究失敗了,卻因為一次意外的偶遇,讓她進入了在地鄉下人家,感受了最有斐濟風味的聖誕節。對於文化衝擊習以為常的她,在這裡碰到了什麼事情,讓她發現原來所謂的「融入」其實比想像的困難?離開了觀光景點,一般斐濟人家的生活是什麼樣子?而澳洲、紐西蘭與中國,又是如何影響著這個地位舉足輕重的太平洋島國? 繼很久之前分享的索羅門群島之後,我們終於再次回到美拉尼西亞!和我們一起順著太平洋的海風飛往斐濟,感受一下那海島風格的生活節奏吧! 封面圖片來源 Queens Rd, Coral Coast, Fiji by Maksym Kozlenko, CC BY 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

    The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
    Parsing Immigration Policy: Ukrainian Refugees: Report from the Front Lines (#59)

    The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 57:08


    View Podcast Archive Summary A panel discussion was held and sponsored jointly by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) and the Hungarian Migration Research Institute (MRI), which examined the challenges posed by the Ukrainian refugee crisis. Russia's invasion of Ukraine unleashed a deluge of refugees on Europe comparable in size only to the massive displacement […]

    New Books Network
    Susan Hartman, "City of Refugees: The Story of Three Newcomers Who Breathed Life into a Dying American Town" (Beacon Press, 2022)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 31:41


    City of Refugees: The Story of Three Newcomers Who Breathed Life into a Dying American Town (Beacon Press, 2022) paints an intimate portrait of the newcomers revitalizing a fading industrial town – illuminating the larger canvas of refugee life in 21st century America. For many Americans, ‘refugee' still conjures up the image of a threatening outsider: a stranger who will steal jobs, or a family who will be a drain on the economy. Yet, most people know little about how refugees have actually fared in America: the lives they have built over generations and the cities they have transformed. In New York state, the old manufacturing town of Utica could have disappeared altogether if it wasn't for the growing population of refugees who revved the economic engine – starting small businesses, renovating houses, and adding a fresh vitality to the community through cultural diversity. For eight years, journalist Susan Hartman followed three newcomers as they put down roots in a new city: Sadia, a bright, rebellious Somali Bantu girl battling her formidable mother; Ali, an Iraqi translator, still suffering trauma from the ongoing war in his homeland; and Mersiha, an ebullient Bosnian, who dreams of opening a café. They're also the entry point to those leading the city: the mayor, teachers, doctors, and firefighters, who have adapted to the refugees that have made the city their home. Hartman explores the ways these refugees have stitched together their American and traditional identities, the dreams they have for their new lives in Utica, and the pain some still carry from their pasts. Stephen Pimpare is director of the Public Service & Nonprofit Leadership program and Faculty Fellow at the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    Lamplighters
    From Revolutionary Iran To Outreach In California: Rabbi Danny Yiftach-Hashem

    Lamplighters

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 29:10


    From Revolutionary Iran To Outreach In California: Rabbi Danny Yiftach-Hashem“Our ‘fun' going back from school to home was to find empty shells, casings of bullets on the streets.... quite quickly, I figured out no matter what happens here, which side is going to be the winner, the chaos seems to be permanent.” - Rabbi Danny Yiftach-HashemNarrated by: Gary WaleikProduced by: Gary Waleik & Shneur Brook for Lubavitch International/Lubavitch.comAvailable on all major podcast platforms - and online at Lubavitch.com/podcastDid you enjoy listening to this episode? Leave us a review and/or email us at Podcast@Lubavitch.com - we truly value your feedback!To inquire about dedicating an episode - please email podcast@lubavitch.com

    The FOX News Rundown
    War On Ukraine: European Diplomats Meet To Discuss Ukrainian Refugees And Grain

    The FOX News Rundown

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 16:51


    European diplomats from the Council of Europe are in Strasbourg, France this week to discuss various topics regarding the invasion of Ukraine including the treatment of refugees and the traces of war crimes being committed by Russia. Also on the agenda, what can be done to open shipping lanes for Ukraine's grain exports? FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Lesia Vasylenko, Ukrainian Parliament Member attending the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France, about the different debates taking place on the handling of Ukrainian refugees, war crimes and the building global food crisis being caused by the war.     Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: War On Ukraine' https://listen.foxaud.io/rundown?sid=fnr.podeve Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast
    Ben Stiller Met Volodymyr Zelenskyy

    Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 1:56


    Earlier this week, Actor and Director Ben Stiller met with President Of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Stiller was visiting Ukraine and Poland as a Goodwill Ambassador of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Ear Snacks
    What should we pack? (Camping with kids + helping refugee families with Miry's List)

    Ear Snacks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 31:15


    Kevin & Louise Giraffe attempt to pack for a camping trip while Andrew & Polly ask kids what they know about tents. Miry's List founder Miry Whitehill helps kids and families imagine what makes a home feel safe and cozy and helps us think about ways we can welcome refugee families resettling in our neighborhoods. We're figuring out what to pack for our July mini-tour in Colorado! Visit andrewandpolly.com to find out more or reach out to us directly -- we'd love to connect with you IRL! To offer us any feedback on this episode or if your kid wants to be on the show, visit earsnacks.org - thanks for listening!

    Supply Chain Now Radio
    Dial P Crossover: Race Against the Clock- Getting the Grain Out of Ukraine

    Supply Chain Now Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 21:07


    Although no one expected it, the war in Ukraine is now approaching the end of its fourth month. Refugees continue to flee the country and calls for weaponry persist. President Zelenskyy and his leadership team are hanging tough, advocating for their citizens, and requesting as much military assistance as they can get from the rest of the world. But now the war in Ukraine is starting to claim casualties on foreign shores… not in the form of refugees, but in a hunger crisis of global proportions. Before the war, Ukraine was the 4th largest exporter of grain in the world. Now, 20 metric tonnes of grain are sitting in silos as hunger increases worldwide and the next crop not only has no place to go – if it can't be sold, there won't be funds to pay for next year's harvest. In this Dial P crossover podcast episode, Kelly Barner considers the diplomatic, humanitarian, and logistics issues that have to be overcome to get the grain out of Ukraine: • Rail and sea options that all seem to have more negatives than positives • Countries and organizations like the United Nations that are getting involved in an effort to stave off famines • Bad actors in the region that the Western world may be tempted to deal with in order to prevent mass starvation Additional Links & Resources: Learn more about Supply Chain Now:https://supplychainnow.com/program/supply-chain-now ( https://supplychainnow.com/program/supply-chain-now) Subscribe to Supply Chain Now and all other Supply Chain Now programs:https://supplychainnow.com/subscribe ( https://supplychainnow.com/subscribe) Leveraging Logistics and Supply Chain for Ukraine: https://vectorgl.com/stand-with-ukraine/ (https://vectorgl.com/stand-with-ukraine/) NRF Supply Chain 360: https://supplychain360.nrf.com/ (https://supplychain360.nrf.com) WEBINAR- Preparing for the Rise of Sovereign Supply Chains: https://bit.ly/3NmCIAC (https://bit.ly/3NmCIAC) 2022 Q1 U.S. Bank Freight Payment Index:https://bit.ly/3pwmWKC ( https://bit.ly/3pwmWKC) This episode is hosted by Kelly Barner. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/dial-p-crossover-grain-ukraine-924

    On Being with Krista Tippett
    Ocean Vuong – A Life Worthy of Our Breath

    On Being with Krista Tippett

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 50:36


    We are in the final weeks as On Being evolves to its next chapter — in a world that is evolving, each of us changed in myriad ways we've only begun to process and fathom. So it felt right to listen again to one of our most beloved shows of this post-2020 world. In fact, Krista interviewed the wise and wonderful Ocean Vuong right on the cusp of that turning, in March 2020, in a joyful and crowded room full of podcasters in Brooklyn. Yet what's most stunning is how presciently and exquisitely Ocean spoke, and continues to speak, to the world we have since come to inhabit — its heartbreak and its poetry, its possibilities for loss and for finding new life.--LISTENING TO OUR LISTENERS - Please take our short (but important) survey! This summer, we're entering creative recharge and learning mode. Would you visit onbeing.org/survey and answer a few questions about who you are and how On Being can accompany you in the time ahead? We would be so grateful

    On Being with Krista Tippett
    [Unedited] Ocean Vuong with Krista Tippett

    On Being with Krista Tippett

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 92:15


    We are in the final weeks as On Being evolves to its next chapter — in a world that is evolving, each of us changed in myriad ways we've only begun to process and fathom. So it felt right to listen again to one of our most beloved shows of this post-2020 world. In fact, Krista interviewed the wise and wonderful Ocean Vuong right on the cusp of that turning, in March 2020, in a joyful and crowded room full of podcasters in Brooklyn. Yet what's most stunning is how presciently and exquisitely Ocean spoke, and continues to speak, to the world we have since come to inhabit — its heartbreak and its poetry, its possibilities for loss and for finding new life.--LISTENING TO OUR LISTENERS - Please take our short (but important) survey! This summer, we're entering creative recharge and learning mode. Would you visit onbeing.org/survey and answer a few questions about who you are and how On Being can accompany you in the time ahead? We would be so grateful