The story of the mother who fled Vietnam by sea and fell into the hands of pirates, and of the orphaned schoolboy who found his calling thanks to a disposable camera. The story of the Venezuelan musicians who found hope with a new orchestra, and of the daughter of refugees who joined the rescue effort during Rwanda’s genocide. And stories of the many humanitarian workers who, for seven decades, have endeavoured to protect the forcibly displaced.
Over seven episodes, this podcast revisits some of the major emergencies of the post-war that have forced millions of people to leave their homes in search of safety and peace. You discover why they fled, what they endured, and what happened next. And you are inspired to think about how the world must respond to record levels of forced human displacement.