Have a listen to the final episode of the Migration Month Podcast. Looking into how migration affects somebody from an Arab nationality and affects history in itself.
Have a listen to our ninth episode talking about how migration comes with its own cultural repercussions and wonders. Check out the story of a Nigerian that migrated to Jordan and his life-changing fate.
Check out the story of an 18-year-old half Filipino, Spanish, Indian and Chinese, born and raised in Jordan; from discovering pain to acceptance.
Find out how the act of migration can not only transform somebody’s life but also contribute to the survival of a culture and a family.
Check out our sixth episode uncovering the life of a full-time traveller from the eyes of somebody who is constantly hopping around from one country to another. Listen to Jordan’s story!
Check out our fifth episode where we talk to a Jordanian woman with a background of Palestinian, Columbian, Syrian, British, Scottish and Anglo Indian. Multiple cultures mixed into one, she talks about how being mixed race has affected her life and shaped the way she came to be today.
How does an American have an extended family from Australia, Russia and France? Check out how migration can affect a family in the most unique way.
Coming from a multicultural background, how does it feel to grow up in a predominantly “white” society? Check out one Norwegian’s story and how she had to embrace the overwhelming effects of migration.
How does it feel like to be a mixed-race child? Growing up in a multicultural environment with different values and cultures mixed into one. Check out our migration stories and understand the meaning of finding your “identity.”
How does it feel like to be a third culture kid or to move around from one place to another? Check out the amazing stories of our global citizens and check out how a country can greatly impact an identity.