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Minority Voices Podcast - April 2015 

MRG's April 2015 Minority Voices Podcast features a report back from the jungles of Thailand, where indigenous communities are being displaced in the name of conservation, and folk music from the war-torn Nuba Mountains in Sudan.Photo: Mue Naw, wife of a disappeared Karen land rights activist, Thailand, March 2015.Credit: Emma Eastwood/MRG   Thanks to Atanas Kutsev for providing the field recording of Paethai Paera playing the dennaku...

Minority Voices Podcast - August 2015 

Welcome to MRG’s Minority Voices podcast. This month, we’re taking a look at our flagship 2015 report, State of the World's Minorities and Indigenous Peoples, which focuses on cities, and explores the many challenges minorities face in urban areas, from segregation and lack of services, to targeted violence and exclusion....

MRG Podcast: January 2016 

Welcome to the January 2016 edition of MRG’s Minority Voices podcast. This month we find out how discrimination is having the most serious of consequences in the Dominican Republic, and then travel to the Middle East to experience the joyful sounds of Syrian wedding music....

MRG Podcast: February 2016 

Welcome to MRG’s February 2016 Minority Voices podcast. This month we ask Maasai women for their views on female circumcision in Kenya, and tune in to the melodic sounds of the Garifuna of Central America. ...

Minority Voices Podcast - March 2016 

Welcome to MRG's March 2016 Minority Voices Podcast. This month we speak to one of our staff members about her recent trip to Iraq, an experience which also held great personal significance, and check out a protest song from the Nigerian master of Afrobeat himself, Fela Kuti....

Europe: Migration, minorities, integration and inclusion - new podcast 

The mass influx of vulnerable individuals who differ from the majority population in terms of ethnicity, religion and language has brought to the fore many challenges for European states.Since 2015, when more than a million asylum-seekers and migrants entered the European Union, there has been a marked increase in xenophobia, intolerance and hate crime, particularly towards those of Muslim origin. This growth of intolerance...

Minority Voices Podcast May 2018: An interview with Daniel Kobei 

In May 2017, the Ogiek indigenous community of Kenya successfully challenged the denial of their land rights before the African Court of Human and Peoples Rights. Following an eight-year legal battle, the Court found that the Kenyan government violated seven separate articles of the African Charter, in a case that dates back to colonial times. This landmark ruling recognised that the Ogiek – and...


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