Self-organized Refugee radio
No one can report such an escape as the ones they have experienced!
Why is it important for fugitives not only to use media and to make them a subject, but to make their own medium? We have discussed the example of radio with fugitive activists from self-organized radio programs:
Common Voices is produced collectively and in several languages and broadcast live on Radio Corax, the free radio from Halle, on a weekly basis, and also on the Refugee Radio Network (RRN). The RRN links various initiatives of fugitives, the core is the self-organized 24-hour onlineradio, in which own and foreign productions run in many languages, but also the cooperation with citizen radios and free radios like FSK in Hamburg, Radio Corax and others Productions of the RRN over their frequencies.
There are quite a few quite different reasons to participate in such radio initiatives. Maryam F., Fatima A., Ousmane, Bassam Alhassan and Mohamad M. of Common Voices, Ahmed Nuur Ibrahim, who produced Somali Voices for the RRN, and Larry M. Macaulay, founder and presenter at the RRN.
Refugee Radio Network