Artists, activists, refugees and community workers talk about different aspects of migration and human rights.
Episode 4: Malak Bouod
Malak Bouod grew up in Benghazi and became involved in human rights activism in her teenage years. She was involved in youth development groups in her home city and founded the Libyan Debate Club while also working in event management and strategic planning. She moved to Ireland in 2014 where she claimed asylum and was granted refugee status in 2016.
Malak was interviewed by Sorcha Pollak as part of the New to the Parish series of articles in the Irish Times, and invited to the West Cork Literary Festival along with Flavio Camejo from Venezuela, and Bulelani Mfaco from South Africa, where we caught up for a chat.
Episode 3: Clonakilty Direct Provision Resident
I talk to a resident in Clonakilty Direct Provision Centre -The Lodge- about why they felt the need to go on protest this morning. (She preferred not to give her name).
Episode 2 : Jessica Traynor
Jessica Traynor reads Calais, and The Artane Boys’ Band from her collection, The Quick (Dedalus Press) – and we talk about the politics in her poetry.
Episode 1 : Asylum Archive
Artist and activist Vukasin Nedeljkovic talks about his new book, Asylum Archive, Direct Provision, migration & deportation.
Music by An Galar Dub