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Episode 8: Climate Refugees

Throughout this podcast, we’ve talked a lot about human migration events we are witnessing today. We’ve examined how displacement, poverty, persecution and economic opportunity have all contributed to human movement throughout history. But what I want to address today, is how the earth’s changing climate may act as another factor that drives human migration into … Continue reading Episode 8: Climate Refugees

13 MIN2018 AUG 20
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Episode 8: Climate Refugees

Episode 7: Illegal Movement

In the last two episodes, I talked about borders and security. We talked about our desire to feel secure within a known community, and our instinctual response to flock towards those similar to us in times of uncertainty. But interestingly, in neither episode did I ever ask the question, “what are we securing ourselves from?” … Continue reading Episode 7: Illegal Movement

14 MIN2018 AUG 20
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Episode 7: Illegal Movement

Episode 6: Populism

What do Donald Trump, Marine Le Pen, and Jeremy Corbyn all have in common? Despite their differences, each leader, at some point in their lives, has been labeled a populist. We’re told that populism is on the rise in Europe, with the emergence of Italy’s Five Star Movement, Greece’s Golden Dawn party, and the rise … Continue reading Episode 6: Populism

15 MIN2018 AUG 20
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Episode 6: Populism

Episode 5: Borders

How much do you think where you were born defines who you are? Here’s a thought experiment. What would happen if you were born, say, 1000 km south of where you were. Well, you would have a completely different nationality. But not only that, you would now also be governed by a completely different set … Continue reading Episode 5: Borders

15 MIN2018 AUG 20
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Episode 5: Borders

Episode 4: Intergration

Last episode we talked about the process of applying for asylum in Europe. But what we didn’t talk about, is what happens after that precious moment, when an asylum seeker is granted status, and they officially become a refugee of the state. It’s tempting to think of refugees as only people in flight, always on … Continue reading Episode 4: Intergration

15 MIN2018 AUG 20
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Episode 4: Intergration

Episode 3: Asylum

Last episode, we talked about refugees, the global refugee crisis, and the complexities involved in defining who exactly is, and is not, a refugee. But, before someone even becomes a refugee, a state must first acknowledge them as one. And this is achieved through the process of applying for asylum. And it turns out, this … Continue reading Episode 3: Asylum

16 MIN2018 AUG 20
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Episode 3: Asylum

Episode 2: Refugees

The European Refugee Crisis became widely publicized for the first time back in 2015, when the body of Alan Kurdi washed up on the shore near Bodrum, Turkey, in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Alan was a small boy from Syria, his family was fleeing the civil war. Along with twelve others, Alan’s family … Continue reading Episode 2: Refugees

15 MIN2018 AUG 20
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Episode 2: Refugees

Episode 1: Migration

For the past six months, I’ve been trying to unpack the meaning of one word: Migration. It’s something that seems deceptively easy to explain. When I first thought about it, I immediately thought back to high school geography. Where migration was defined as the movement of an individual from one place to another. Easy, right? … Continue reading Episode 1: Migration

15 MIN2018 AUG 20
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Episode 1: Migration
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Latest Episodes

Episode 8: Climate Refugees

Throughout this podcast, we’ve talked a lot about human migration events we are witnessing today. We’ve examined how displacement, poverty, persecution and economic opportunity have all contributed to human movement throughout history. But what I want to address today, is how the earth’s changing climate may act as another factor that drives human migration into … Continue reading Episode 8: Climate Refugees

13 MIN2018 AUG 20
Comments
Episode 8: Climate Refugees

Episode 7: Illegal Movement

In the last two episodes, I talked about borders and security. We talked about our desire to feel secure within a known community, and our instinctual response to flock towards those similar to us in times of uncertainty. But interestingly, in neither episode did I ever ask the question, “what are we securing ourselves from?” … Continue reading Episode 7: Illegal Movement

14 MIN2018 AUG 20
Comments
Episode 7: Illegal Movement

Episode 6: Populism

What do Donald Trump, Marine Le Pen, and Jeremy Corbyn all have in common? Despite their differences, each leader, at some point in their lives, has been labeled a populist. We’re told that populism is on the rise in Europe, with the emergence of Italy’s Five Star Movement, Greece’s Golden Dawn party, and the rise … Continue reading Episode 6: Populism

15 MIN2018 AUG 20
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Episode 6: Populism

Episode 5: Borders

How much do you think where you were born defines who you are? Here’s a thought experiment. What would happen if you were born, say, 1000 km south of where you were. Well, you would have a completely different nationality. But not only that, you would now also be governed by a completely different set … Continue reading Episode 5: Borders

15 MIN2018 AUG 20
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Episode 5: Borders

Episode 4: Intergration

Last episode we talked about the process of applying for asylum in Europe. But what we didn’t talk about, is what happens after that precious moment, when an asylum seeker is granted status, and they officially become a refugee of the state. It’s tempting to think of refugees as only people in flight, always on … Continue reading Episode 4: Intergration

15 MIN2018 AUG 20
Comments
Episode 4: Intergration

Episode 3: Asylum

Last episode, we talked about refugees, the global refugee crisis, and the complexities involved in defining who exactly is, and is not, a refugee. But, before someone even becomes a refugee, a state must first acknowledge them as one. And this is achieved through the process of applying for asylum. And it turns out, this … Continue reading Episode 3: Asylum

16 MIN2018 AUG 20
Comments
Episode 3: Asylum

Episode 2: Refugees

The European Refugee Crisis became widely publicized for the first time back in 2015, when the body of Alan Kurdi washed up on the shore near Bodrum, Turkey, in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Alan was a small boy from Syria, his family was fleeing the civil war. Along with twelve others, Alan’s family … Continue reading Episode 2: Refugees

15 MIN2018 AUG 20
Comments
Episode 2: Refugees

Episode 1: Migration

For the past six months, I’ve been trying to unpack the meaning of one word: Migration. It’s something that seems deceptively easy to explain. When I first thought about it, I immediately thought back to high school geography. Where migration was defined as the movement of an individual from one place to another. Easy, right? … Continue reading Episode 1: Migration

15 MIN2018 AUG 20
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Episode 1: Migration
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