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Ep86 - Côme Nzibarega & Augustine Wiah | What It Means to Be Displaced

Released Tuesday, 7th April 2020
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There are currently 70.8 million displaced people, a number larger than the entire population of Thailand. 1 in every 110 people globally is either an asylum-seeker, internally displaced, or a refugee. In 2018, 25 new people were forced to flee every minute. This talk aims to broaden our perspective of refugee camps and refugee experiences.
This conversation between Côme Nzibarega, who spent 6 years as a refugee, and Augustine Wiah, who spent 13 years as a refugee, provides a glimpse of day-to-day life in refugee camps and champions an appreciation of the indomitable spirit of displaced people seeking freedom.
Visit http://g.co/TalksAtGoogle/displaced to watch the video.

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