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The Yet Again Podcast

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Welcome to the podcast of Yet Again, where we aim to understand mass atrocities through socio-political and legal lenses.
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Episode #4 Children’s Drawings of the Genocide in Darfur: a chat with writer Barnabas Balint

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Episode #4 Children’s Drawings of the Genocide in Darfur: a chat with writer Barnabas Balint
In this week's episode, Joe Collins talks to Barnabas Balint about his article 'Children’s Drawings of the Genocide in Darfur', which takes a look at the artwork made by children living in refugee camps and how these drawings were subsequently used as contextual evidence at the International Criminal Court.  Edited by Katie Bovington
19:16
March 3, 2021
Episode #3 Ruth Barnett MBE: Reflections on Genocide and Racism
In this episode, Joe Collins talks to Kindertransport survivor Ruth Barnett about her piece for Yet Again, in which Ruth reflects upon the human race's propensity for genocidal and racist behaviour.  Edited by Katie Bovington
29:36
February 24, 2021
Episode #2 The Origins of Modern Nationalism: The Rise of the Nation-State in Europe: a chat with writer Michael Flowers
In this episode our Deputy Editor Jaya Pathak talks to one our writers, Michael Flowers, about his article entitled 'The Origins of Modern Nationalism: The Rise of the Nation-State in Europe', which was published on our website on 19 September 2020.   Edited by Katie Bovington
23:53
December 27, 2020
Episode #1 An Introduction to Yet Again
In this episode (recorded in October 2020) Jack, our Podcast Manager, sat down with the three co-founders of Yet Again - Joe Collins (Editor), Jaya Pathak (Deputy Editor) and Kirsty Robson (Outreach Manager) - to talk about what Yet Again is, how it came about and where it aims to go. Edited by Katie Bovington
35:35
December 27, 2020