In the second bonus episode of season one we bring you In My Country’s panel discussion at the REIMAGINE Virtual Festival held in November 2020!
Join Pia in conversation with four of the guests from season one, Alyas, Liliana, Marcela and Tenzin. They discuss changing the conversation about what it means to be a refugee and why this is so important for all Australians, and share their thoughts about how all of us can create communities of welcome where we live.
Make sure to stay to the end of the episode for a special performance from (newly!) grammy-nominated musician Tenzin Choegyal.
Listen now on your favourite podcast app or on the player below.
Our Panel at the REIMAGINE virtual festival – In My Country
From the episode:
Addicted Films developed this gorgeous introductory video of each of the guests to open the panel. The full video of the panel discussion for REIMAGINE is available online here. The panel was recorded by Addicted Films and produced by the In My Country team and Addicted Films.
The REIMAGINE virtual festival organised by Multicultural Australia and was held online in November 2020. You can still view the videos created for REIMAGINE at https://www.multiculturalaustralia.org.au/reimagine
Adam got to live out a lifelong dream of being the “aaaaaand action!” guy while we filmed the panel for REIMAGINE. Check out the video below to see a grown man do a happy dance.
Sound is mixed by David Gaylard.
This season was sponsored by Multicultural Australia, a charity welcoming refugees, people seeking asylum, international students and other new arrivals to Queensland with the goal of creating a fairer, more prosperous society for all Queenslanders. Learn more by joining the Multicultural Australia community at www.multiculturalaustralia.org.au
The audio from panel was recorded live during REIMAGINE by Addicted Films.
All music is from Free Music Archive. We have cut and/or looped sections from the following tracks in this episode: