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16 minutes | Oct 17, 2021
Reflecting cultures through film
Film festival programmer Vicci Ho explains why a career watching movies is harder than it seems and how she picks films to reflect a culture.
14 minutes | Oct 10, 2021
The government 'has ignored us': Those excluded from residency fast-track speak out
For 165,000 people waiting to become New Zealanders, the government's recent decision to fast-track visas has come just in the nick of time. But what about those who've spent years here working and studying, but still don't qualify?
11 minutes | Oct 3, 2021
"It's worse in the provinces" - Writer on workplace bullying
Workplace Bullying - The Beat Up, Anendra Singh's debut novel, was published earlier this year. During Mental Health Awareness Week, he spoke to Kadambari Raghukumar about what more needs to be done to combat New Zealand's high rates of workplace bullying.
11 minutes | Sep 26, 2021
Restoring a link
After her first year of being in New Zealand, Somali former refugee Fatema Mohamed, now considers started a process that could help her restore a long-lost link. Produced by Kadambari Raghukumar.
11 minutes | Sep 19, 2021
Are Women's Rights Unravelling in Afghanistan?
Women's rights have come a long way in Afghanistan over the last 20 years. Will the recent Taliban takeover unravel all that hard work - and worse.
17 minutes | Sep 12, 2021
Waiting in limbo for an evacuation from Afghanistan
In the second part of stories from Afghanistan, Kadambari Raghukumar speaks to one Afghan waiting in Kabul for evacuation to New Zealand, and one woman who recently arrived in Auckland from Afghanistan in the first week of the Taliban's takeover.
15 minutes | Sep 5, 2021
'This is a humanitarian crisis. New Zealand has the capacity to accommodate more' - Afghans in Aotearoa
Kadambari Raghukumar talks to Zahra Hussaini and Mahsheed Mahjor both originally from Kabul and now live in Christchurch - how has the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan affected the lives of their family and friends living there?
13 minutes | Aug 29, 2021
From poverty to helping trace Covid-19
Tough lessons in survival and strategy led Alan Chew to become a leader in innovation and philanthropy. The 66-year-old's now garnering applause for his role in helping New Zealand combat Covid-19.
16 minutes | Aug 22, 2021
'What's meant for you will come' - Hayellom Tesfay on kickboxing
In the second part to the story of Auckland's Kings Academy martial arts club, Kadambari Raghukumar speaks to rising star kickboxer, Ethiopia-born Hayellom Tesfay.
12 minutes | Aug 15, 2021
We train like family - Vahid Unesi on his martial arts club
A city-centre gym prolifically training rising stars in the kickboxing scene, prides itself on training as one large mixed family. Kadambari Raghukumar spoke to the Iran-born director, Vahid Unesi.
11 minutes | Aug 8, 2021
Plotting the Palestinian timeline
This week on Voices, a group of young activists get together to present an interactive timeline on the history of Palestine. Produced by Kadambari Raghukumar.
20 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
Windows of Opportunity - the Story of Sky
One of Auckland's orginal squeegee stars, Sky, talks to Kadambari Raghukumar reflecting on his life growing up in the States to arriving in Auckland in the early 90s.
11 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
"They don't see an end to this" : Businesses on ongoing worker shortage
In Voices today, several businesses in South Auckand serving mainly Indian diaspora clients are struggling to find workers of the right profile to help at their shops.
10 minutes | Jul 18, 2021
A refining moment: Seung Yul Oh on painting
Going between painting, installation and sculpture, Korea-born artist Seung Yul Oh talks to Kadambari Raghukumar about his practice.
14 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
Breaking the homogeneity of 'Asian': Report on inequities among students
A new report paints a pretty detailed picture on youth well-being amongst East and South Asian students - and some of the stats are not pretty. Produced by Kadambari Raghukumar
14 minutes | Jul 4, 2021
Umar Zakaria and Fearless Music
This week on Voices, Umar Zakaria, Wellington-based jazz composer and double-bassist talks to Kadambari Raghukumar about his interpretations of Malay music through jazz improv.
11 minutes | Jun 27, 2021
Asylum-seeker to refugee: Jose Tombe's journey
Arriving in New Zealand seeking refuge to finally officially becoming one - Kadambari Raghukumar talks to Colombian, Jose Tombe about what compelled him to leave his hometown of Cali.
10 minutes | Jun 20, 2021
Polynesian Panther Party of Aotearoa - 50 years on
Commemorating their golden jubilee this month, Polynesian Panther member Tigilau Ness speaks to Kadambari Raghukumar about the significance of the groups activism over the years.
13 minutes | Jun 13, 2021
Mass detention in Xinjiang: 'My brother's fault is just being Uighur'
Amnesty International's report on repression of Muslims in Xinjiang was released last week. Kadambari Raghukumar spoke to the Auckland-based sister of one detainee whose case features in the report.
14 minutes | May 30, 2021
Claudia Kogachi - There’s No I in Team
Artist Claudia Kogachi talks to Kadambari Raghukumar about what it's been like exploring her personal family relationships and dynamics through creative work.
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