Stories about the hardships and triumphs of aid work, people who defy stereotypes in our communities, how life in Australia works for young refugees and asylum seekers, and what it's like to work for Red Cross.
Ever wanted an intimate chat with people who treat the wounded in wartime, fight epidemics and respond to disasters? Get ready for a wild ride with larger-than-life, uplifting and occasionally tear-jerking stories.
Why do wars have laws? Where did they come from and what do they mean for today's armed conflicts? How do these laws affect humanitarian agencies, armed forces, prisoners and non-combatants?
A podcast for young people with asylum seeker and refugee backgrounds living in Australia. This podcast is available in English, Farsi, Tamil, and Arabic.
Hear the stories of young Red Cross leaders, what drives them to help others and be positive agents of change.
A collaboration between Red Cross, Triple J, Smiling Mind and other recovery experts to develop a podcast of new music and advice to help people who have experienced trauma.
Nuran Higgins knows how hard it can be to live from hand to mouth, not knowing where the next meal is coming from.
No matter whether you’re on a remote Pacific Island or in Syria’s largest city, toilets are critical to any humanitarian operation.
Try this: Walk a kilometre downhill, fill three buckets with water and carry them back home. Then you’ll have the faintest sense of what clean water means to millions of mothers and their children around the world.
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