57 min

45. THE JOURNEY Episode 5: A New Home Asylum Speakers Podcast with Jaz O'Hara: Stories of Migration

    • Arts

Welcome back to Episode FIVE of The Journey - a 6-part podcast series following migration routes from Africa, The Middle East and Ukraine, to northern Europe.
Today’s episode is about what life looks like for people once they make it to their final destination. What is life like in their host country? What’s new and difficult? What does integration look like or even mean? What can we, as listeners do to help with this process?
We begin this episode in Athens where we hear from the wonderful Murtaza from Afghanistan. We also hear from Anneke - founder of UK-bassed befriending service Host Nation, and two people who have benefitted from her service - Henry and Afeworki.
We finish with some final words from Susie in Cairo and Dalal in Lebanon talking about life in your new country.

To find out more about the organisations featured in this episode:
https://www.hostnation.org.uk/https://velosyouth.org/
To support this podcast:
https://patreon.com/theworldwidetribe

To buy our merch:https://theworldwidetribeshop.com/–Many of the people we spoke to along this journey are being supported by projects funded by Comic Relief. Thanks to donations from the UK public, Comic Relief's Across Borders programme has invested over £7 million in organisations supporting refugees and people seeking asylum along these routes. Find out more about Comic Relief’s work and how to support it at comicrelief.com.
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Welcome back to Episode FIVE of The Journey - a 6-part podcast series following migration routes from Africa, The Middle East and Ukraine, to northern Europe.
Today’s episode is about what life looks like for people once they make it to their final destination. What is life like in their host country? What’s new and difficult? What does integration look like or even mean? What can we, as listeners do to help with this process?
We begin this episode in Athens where we hear from the wonderful Murtaza from Afghanistan. We also hear from Anneke - founder of UK-bassed befriending service Host Nation, and two people who have benefitted from her service - Henry and Afeworki.
We finish with some final words from Susie in Cairo and Dalal in Lebanon talking about life in your new country.

To find out more about the organisations featured in this episode:
https://www.hostnation.org.uk/https://velosyouth.org/
To support this podcast:
https://patreon.com/theworldwidetribe

To buy our merch:https://theworldwidetribeshop.com/–Many of the people we spoke to along this journey are being supported by projects funded by Comic Relief. Thanks to donations from the UK public, Comic Relief's Across Borders programme has invested over £7 million in organisations supporting refugees and people seeking asylum along these routes. Find out more about Comic Relief’s work and how to support it at comicrelief.com.
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

57 min

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