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Community engagement in a developing world

Community engagement in a developing world
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Australia

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Community engagement in a developing world

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English


Episodes

Community Organizing in Syria

3/22/2019
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What’s it like doing community work in a war zone? What are the pitfalls of classic aid delivery? How can we work in partnership with community members affected by war? How can we find hope in the most difficult of circumstances? Join us as we discuss these questions and more with Syrian community organizer Karam Hilly. Listen to Karam talk about: His childhood and life in Aleppo [2:54] Motivation to do community work [4:29] Importance of community work for the Syrian context [6:00] Youth of...

Duration:00:39:07

Podcast Episode 02: Anthropological Perspective of East Timor (Timor-Leste) 1965-2018

2/19/2019
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How has anthropology changed over the years? Join us as we talk to husband and wife team David and Maxine Hicks who visited what was then Portuguese Timor during the mid-1960s when David was doing fieldwork for his PhD in Anthropology. David and Maxine have been witness to Timor’s turbulent past, including Timor’s independence from Portugal during the 1970s, the subsequent military occupation by Indonesia for 24 years, and David’s first-hand account of the bloody vote for independence in...

Duration:00:32:56

Podcast Episode 01: Herstory – Experiences of Women Working in Solomon Islands Prisons

1/10/2019
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Join us in this podcast as we speak with Dr. Anouk Ride about her book and film 'Herstory' where she and a colleague explore what it's like for women to work in Solomon Islands prisons. Find out more about Dr. Anouk's work at anoukride.com

Duration:00:29:43