Weird tone to this thing
It’s immediately weird and jarring to listen to this. It’s a pretty somber issue. The theme music is so happy and upbeat. And the hosts sound like comedians (they don’t make jokes really but their attitude and way of speaking and very unserious). It’s unsettling.
MissCSN via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/06/19
More reviews of Displaced
The episodes started out strong but keep getting better and better. The episodes with David Halpern on behavioral science and Jeremy Konyndyk on the aid business model were especially fascinating. Looking forward to interviews with non-OECD experts for more diverse voices!
xdirectorate via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/09/18
If we did not have a crazed Secretary of State starting wars in the name of regime change, we would not have nearly the refugee problem she created. She called it the Arab spring, but we know it as ISIS.
skiman46 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/12/18
As the son of a Chilean Refugee, a grad student looking at refugee housing affordability, and a frontline non-profit worker, this show hits all the right notes on personal, evocative policymaking, and shared experiences of workers.
halconerocanuck via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/27/18
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