December podcast: Za'atari refugee camp, aid agencies and Al-Shabaab, organised crime and democracy

Presented by Jonathan Tanner and produced by Gail Wilson
Presented by Jonathan Tanner and produced by Gail Wilson
16 December 2013
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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 broader corruption.

Presented by Jonathan Tanner and produced by Gail Wilson