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As the biggest humanitarian crisis since WWII rages on, people in developed nations seem to be indifferent. But away from the basic media snapshots, a different and more authentic story emerges. So is the media portrayal today of immigrants, migrants, and refugees painting a distorted picture to suit its own agenda? Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by former Aleppo resident Dina Ariss, and broadcaster and filmmaker Tazeen Ahmed.
As I prepare to take my fourth trip back to Greece, I'm struggling to find my purpose. It's been almost a year since I started working with displaced individuals living in a refugee camp there, and they've become like family to me.
We arrived at the Oinofyta refugee camp not knowing what to expect. All we knew was that Lisa Campbell ran the Do Your Part NGO - which was somehow in charge of the camp - and that we would be volunteers in her NGO.
In a world where neuroscientists warn that over-dependence on devices like smart phones and tablets may have negative impacts on our behaviour, we’ve seen how technology and especially mobile phones have had a crucial role to play in the world of refugees.