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Winner of Best Interview at the 2020 Australian Podcast Awards. We hear a lot about refugees & asylum seekers, but not often do we hear from the people themselves. In My County shares the stories of people who came to Australia as refugees or asylum seekers. Stories of identity, religion, sexuality, the arts, parenting, culture, meaning, purpose, & the many places we call home.

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Winner of Best Interview at the 2020 Australian Podcast Awards. We hear a lot about refugees & asylum seekers, but not often do we hear from the people themselves. In My County shares the stories of people who came to Australia as refugees or asylum seekers. Stories of identity, religion, sexuality, the arts, parenting, culture, meaning, purpose, & the many places we call home.

    Our Panel at the REIMAGINE virtual festival

    Our Panel at the REIMAGINE virtual festival

    We bring you In My Country’s panel discussion at the REIMAGINE Virtual Festival held in November 2020 for our second bonus episode of the season. Join Pia in conversation with four of the guests from season one, Alyas, Liliana, Marcela and Tenzin. They discuss changing the conversation about what it means to be a refugee and why this is so important for all Australians, and share their thoughts about how all of us can create communities of welcome where we live. Make sure to stay to the end of the episode for a special performance from (newly) grammy-nominated musician Tenzin Choegyal.


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    The panel was possible thanks to the support of Multicultural Australia.


    Audio from the panel was recorded and mixed lived by Addited Films https://addictedfilms.com/ Final sound mixing by David Gaylard. 
     
    All music is from the Free Music Archive. Full song details and more information is available on the episode page at https://inmycountrypodcast.com/2021/02/25/bonus-ep-our-panel-at-the-reimagine-virtual-festival/
     
    Our logo and graphic design is by Mo Zaidan https://www.behance.net/moezaidan 
     
    We have also been helped and supported by a generous and talented community of people. For a full list of credits visit inmycountrypodcast.com/credits/ 


    You can watch the full panel discussion from REIMAGINE on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqW0N1Ftb88


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    • 42 min
    Alyas on our Aus Pod Awards win

    Alyas on our Aus Pod Awards win

    Adam reconnects with Alyas Taqawi, our very first guest of the season. Alyas reflects on In My Country’s win at the 2020 Australian Podcast Awards (we’re still in shock) and how storytelling is in his blood. He also discusses his role on the board of the new organisation Refugee Voices and how they are working to ensure that people from refugee backgrounds have a seat at the table on all decisions that effect them.


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    Sound is mixed by David Gaylard. 
     
    All music is from the Free Music Archive. Full song details and more information is available on the episode page at https://inmycountrypodcast.com/2021/02/04/bonus-ep-alyas-on-our-aus-pod-awards-win/
     
    Our logo and graphic design is by Mo Zaidan https://www.behance.net/moezaidan 
     
    We have also been helped and supported by a generous and talented community of people. For a full list of credits visit inmycountrypodcast.com/credits/ 


    Your can listen to our interview with Behind the Podcast at https://australianpodcastawards.com/podcast
     
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    • 8 min
    Liliana

    Liliana

    In the final episode of the season, Adam talks to Liliana Maria, the daughter of Marcela Cornejo who was featured in our last episode. 
     
    Liliana reflects on the journey of a refugee from the perspective of a child. She talks about being caught between countries and identities, about the journey towards finding meaning, and about the power of story. 
     
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    Sound is mixed by David Gaylard. 
     
    All music is from the Free Music Archive. Full song details on our website at inmycountrypodcast.com/2020/08/20/liliana/ 
     
    Our logo and graphic design is by Mo Zaidan https://www.behance.net/moezaidan 
     
    We have also been helped and supported by a generous and talented community of people.  For a full list of credits visit inmycountrypodcast.com/credits/ 
     
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    • 37 min
    Marcela

    Marcela

    We’d be impressed if you’ve ever met a woman gutsier than Marcela Cornejo, from Chile. 
     
    In our fifth episode, Pia talks to Marcela about her activism against Chile’s dictatorship in the 1980s; how she fought for the rights of political prisoners in her country; and about the sadness and loss she still carries from having to leave her country behind. 
     
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    Sound is mixed by David Gaylard. 
     
    All music is from the Free Music Archive. Full song details on our website at inmycountrypodcast.com/2020/08/13/marcela/ 
     
    Our logo and graphic design is by Mo Zaidan https://www.behance.net/moezaidan 
     
    We have also been helped and supported by a generous and talented community of people.  For a full list of credits visit inmycountrypodcast.com/credits/ 
     
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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Tenzin

    Tenzin

    Adam talks to self-described accidental activist Tenzin Choegyal in episode 4. Accidental activist is an incredibly humble description for a man who has done so much in his life to give voice to the story of Tibetans in exile. 
     
    Tenzin was born in Tibet, but only lived there for the first few years of his life. His journey has taken him to Nepal, India, Australia, and all over the world. Tenzin is a passionate musician who has created his own style of music, which has led him to play some of world’s biggest stages and to collaborate with other artists at the top of his field. And it is through his music that he advocates for his people. 
     
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    Sound is mixed by David Gaylard. 
     
    All music is from the Free Music Archive. Full song details on are on Tenzin's page on our website at inmycountrypodcast.com/2020/08/06/tenzin/ 
     
    Our logo and graphic design is by Mo Zaidan https://www.behance.net/moezaidan 
     
    We have also been helped and supported by a generous and talented community of people.  For a full list of credits visit inmycountrypodcast.com/credits/ 
     
    You can learn more about Tenzin's life and music at his website http://www.tenzinchoegyal.com/ and on his episode page on our website. 
     
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    • 46 min
    Iago: Part Two

    Iago: Part Two

    Adam chats with Iago in our third episode.  Please note, Iago's episode has been divided into two parts. This is part two. Please make sure to listen to part one first to hear his full story. 
     
    Iago was born in Iraq and spent his adolescent years in Saudi Arabia. Despite intense pressure to conform, Iago has strived to express himself, his true self, his whole life. He has faced obstacles that would have pushed others over the edge. Instead, he has turned to the arts, and his extraordinary resourcefulness, to create a different life. 
     
    Note that Iago's story deals with some heavy topics and contains course language. If you or anyone you know needs help or this episode brings up something for you, you can contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or a range of other services outlined at inmycountrypodcast.com/2020/07/30/iago/ 
     
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    Sound is mixed by David Gaylard. 
     
    All music is from the Free Music Archive. Full song details on our website at inmycountrypodcast.com/2020/07/30/iago/ 
     
    Our logo and graphic design is by Mo Zaidan https://www.behance.net/moezaidan 
     
    We have also been helped and supported by a generous and talented community of people.  For a full list of credits visit inmycountrypodcast.com/credits/ 
     
    Join the conversation: 
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    • 33 min

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