Awake At Night
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Extraordinary personal stories from people who have put themselves in harm’s way to help refugees.
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A rare insight into the psyche of people whose life revolves around helping others.
An array of captivating stories on the personal impact of working in some of the earth’s most dangerous places. An exposition of the biggest hopes and most heart-wrenching fears of some of the world’s most committed humanitarians. In sum, a brilliant podcast.
The real stories humanitarians
Why would you choose to live and work in a war zone or humanitarian crisis?
This gives the stories of people who have sacrificed so much to protect refugees. These stories stick.
A real insight into the lives of humanitarian workers. What does it mean to work in emergency situations? How do you overcome the emotional stress of seeing people suffering, fleeing their homes or losing their beloved ones? What motivates you? How to survive a kidnapping? I am not only amazed by their strength and resilience, but also by their authenticity. Thanks for this beautiful initiative.