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...our Worldwide Tribe. Music written and created by Alexander Wells. Artwork created by Milla Adler at milla-adler.com.
24. The Story of Banksy’s Pink Search-and-Rescue Boat, with Crew Members Vanessa and Dickon
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...
23. Napier Barracks: Life inside Britain's first refugee camp
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...
22. A New Brother, a Catch Up and a Very Special, Surprise Guest
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...
21. From Radical Jihad to Radical Inclusion: The Story of former Extremist Manwar Ali
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...
20. Beirut: The explosion from the people’s perspective
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...
19. Imprisoned, raped and sold in slave markets at the hands of ISIS: The Story of Yazidi Genocide Surviver Farida Khalaf
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...
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I’ve been following Jaz on Instagram for a long time, and these podcasts are a lovely way to find out more about the worldwide tribe. They really make people and their stories stand out and feel real. Highly recommended
Such amazing stories, Jaz puts you right there and makes you imagine all the situations without sugar coating it.. makes you want to go oit and make a difference.... somehow❤️
Love this podcast!
My family and I are in the process of fostering an unaccompanied refugee minor and this podcast has been a huge encouragement. Providing an inside look on the experience from a foster family and a brave refugee youth. Thank you for sharing your story!