In the December podcast we take a look at life in one of the world's biggest refugee camps - Za'atari in Jordan - explore the reality of delivering aid in Somalia during the 2011 famine, and probe the relationship between organised crime and democracy.
The podcast features interviews with Rahaf - a 24 year old student living in Za'atari refugee camp, Killian Kleinschimdt - Za'atari camp manager, Ashley Jackson - Research Fellow, Humanitarian Policy Group, Abdi Aynte - Heritage Institute for Policy Studies, Marta Foresti - Head of ODI's Politics and Governance Programme and Catalina Uribe Burcher - International Idea.
Please note Marta Foresti is speaking specifically
about the relationship between organised crime and development, as opposed to
December Podcast - Chapter three: Organised crime and democracyDownload file
December Podcast - Chapter two: Aid agencies and Al-ShabaabDownload file
December Podcast - Chapter one: Za'atari refugee campDownload file
December podcast: Za'atari refugee camp, aid agencies and Al-Shabaab, organised crime and democracyDownload file