Podcast: World Forum For Democracy 2016 – An end to Radio Bla Bla

In this podcast, the introduction of live radio broadcasts at this year’s World Forum For Democracy, is the prelude to a wider discussion with Fatou Jagne Senghor, on how community radio is being used for the promotion of gender equality and human rights in Senegal.

Podcast: Moein Hosseini – ‘From Tehran to Stockholm – My refugee story’

In this podcast, Iranian Moein Hosseini talks frankly about his flight from Tehran to Stockholm as a teenager and the three-year journey from school to his new life as a documentary film-maker and refugee rights activist in Sweden.

Podcast: Francesco Palermo – national minorities, managing diversity and the threat of Europe’s “demographic winter”

Professor Francesco Palermo discusses national minorities, the management of growing and diverse populations and the looming threat of Europe’s demographic winter, ahead of today’s Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities conference.

Podcast: How are Europe’s teachers coping with the migration crisis?

In a wide-ranging interview, Pestalozzi Programme pedagogical consultant Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard says teachers “are in great need of methods” and the iopportunity to share good practice with other education professionals.

Podcast: Saba Kayani – Young, British, Muslim and optimistic

In this podcast, Saba Kayani discusses some of her experiences as a woman of Asian origin and Muslim faith.