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"Asylum Speakers is truly an anthology of humanity. It's a reminder of how much we all have in common and that each of us has an equal right to be safe." - Josie Naughton, founder of Choose Love
Based on the popular podcast, Asylum Speakers is a collection of 31 stories of migration, from those leaving everything they know behind them, to those working alongside them.
Here are the voices that often go unheard: the humans behind the statistics and the headlines. From Syria to Venezuela, Eritrea to Afghanistan, Asylum Speakers will transcend borders, nationalities, religions and languages, connecting you to the people with whom we share this world.
"These stories are raw, powerful, intimate, at times hard to read but always full of humanity. Reading this book gives me hope." - Giles Duley, CEO of Legacy of War Foundation
About the Author
Jaz O’Hara is the founder of The Worldwide Tribe, a charity supporting refugees and asylum seekers globally. Since founding the charity in 2015, Jaz O’Hara has worked in refugee camps across Europe and the Middle East, amplifying the voices of people who too often go unheard via her podcast, Asylum Speakers – the leading podcast on migration.
As a writer for The Huﬃngton Post, winner of Marie Claire’s ‘Future Shaper’ award and member of Amnesty International’s
‘Collective’, Jaz has become a leading voice on the topic of migration, speaking everywhere from TedX to the United Nations in