This week, we talk to David Marín Cabrera, a Venezuelan psychologist, about his experience as a refugee in Peru. He talks about his own experience leaving Venezuela, the state of the crisis in general, and his work counseling other refugees. David and other counselors are using their own experiences
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This week, we talk to David Marín Cabrera, a Venezuelan psychologist, about his experience as a refugee in Peru. He talks about his own experience leaving Venezuela, the state of the crisis in general, and his work counseling other refugees. David and other counselors are using their own experiences as refugees to help others cope with their trauma.
To learn more, here is an article from the UNHCR blog about David: https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/news/stories/2020/5/5ebc7f7f4/venezuelan-counsellors-offer-fellow-refugees-psychological-first-aid.html
This season, we will be covering the ten largest displacement crises according to the UNHCR's 2019 report. The UNHCR's analysis of global trends for last year can be found here: https://www.unhcr.org/globaltrends2019/
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Special thanks to Andi Betancourt for her work translating this interview.
Opening Track: Ketsa - Where We Are (http://bit.ly/2nKJWaW)
Closing Track: Above and Below - Never Forget (http://bit.ly/2nNfw7Q)
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