Refugee Radio volunteer Sisu shares some music and culture from her home country of Egypt and more besides. Featuring Amr Diab and Asalah Nasri. Refugee Radio was formed by refugee and human rights workers in 2008. Refugee Radio runs projects in the community to help bring people together. www.refugeeradio.org.uk
Ugandan poet, Jade Amoli-Jackson talks to Refugee Radio about her forthcoming book, Moving a Country, her life in Uganda and her work as a volunteer in the UK.
Highlights from World Sacred Music Festival’s Kora Night in Brighton
Robert has fled Southern Cameroon after being persecuted and tortured for speaking out against injustice for the SCNC. Now he is living in limbo as an asylum seeker in the UK.
Refugee Radio was formed by refugee and human rights workers in 2008. Refugee Radio runs projects in the community to help bring people together.
Performances by Senegalese musician Khadim Sarr; poets Ali Abdolrezai and Abol Froushan; and artist Hong Dam. With the young people of Bandbazi.
The Story of one man’s struggle. Featuring an interview recorded with Bruno, a young political asylum seeker who is due to be forcibly removed from the UK.