Discover insightful conversations about humanitarian protection in our “Podcasts” section. This page features engaging audio content, including discussions with our network members and partners about their unique work. By tuning in, you can gain a deeper understanding of our collective quest for human rights and our unwavering commitment to create a safer world. So put on your headphones and let these stories enrich your perspective.
On July 14th 2021 we presented our first webinar in a bimonthly series. PhD researcher Paladia Ziss delivers a presentation on her working paper Refugee Times as Exceptional Times: Time, Forced Displacement and the State. About Paladia Ziss Paladia is pursuing her PhD in Social Policy/Sociology at the University of Birmingham. She looks at how the politics of time shape refugee-host relations in communities in Turkey and Germany. Before returning to academia, she worked in development and humanitarian assistance in Turkey, Palestine and Germany for several years. She holds an MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Oxford, and a BSc in Human Sciences from University College London.
Last April, we supported several University of Birmingham PhD students in their delivery of a webinar that covered challenges to global research during the Covid-19 pandemic, and how such challenges could be overcome. The webinar was recorded, and we strongly recommend watching it back below!