Episode #70 The Right Choice: Virtual Reality Puts War at the Front Door with Christopher Nicholas

Episode #70 The Right Choice: Virtual Reality Puts War at the Front Door with Christopher Nicholas

The sound of gunfire approaches. You don’t know if your family should run or hide. Making the right choice can mean life or death. A new immersive virtual reality movie called The Right Choice puts users next to a Syrian family trapped in urban warfare. The film, a collaboration between ICRC, Google’s Daydream Impact Project and the creative agency Don’t Panic London, uses a simulated experience to help people understand urban warfare and its impact on real lives. In this episode of Intercross the Podcast, we speak with ICRC's Audiovisual Producer and project manager of The Right Choice about how virtual reality is helping tell the story of urban warfare.

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Episode #68 Detention in Armed Conflict: Enduring Standards and Current Issues with Jelena Pejic

Episode #68 Detention in Armed Conflict: Enduring Standards and Current Issues with Jelena Pejic

In this episode of Intercross the Podcast, we sit down with Sasha Ingber and Alex Ebsary of Music in Exile. Music in Exile is a nonprofit that seeks to document the songs and stories of people who have been displaced, and humanize them through their music. We talk about how travel and family histories led them to a compassion for displaced musicians, why music is often so critical to people who have lost everything and of course, the music and stories they just can’t get out of their heads. For more information on the musicians featured on Music in Exile, go to their website. This project is hosted in part by the Pulitzer Center. Hosted by Niki Clark.

 

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Episode #65 Music in Exile: Documenting the Songs and Stories of Displaced Musicians with Sasha Ingber and Alex Ebsary

Episode #65 Music in Exile: Documenting the Songs and Stories of Displaced Musicians with Sasha Ingber and Alex Ebsary

In this episode of Intercross the Podcast, we sit down with Sasha Ingber and Alex Ebsary of Music in Exile. Music in Exile is a nonprofit that seeks to document the songs and stories of people who have been displaced, and humanize them through their music. We talk about how travel and family histories led them to a compassion for displaced musicians, why music is often so critical to people who have lost everything and of course, the music and stories they just can’t get out of their heads. For more information on the musicians featured on Music in Exile, go to their website. This project is hosted in part by the Pulitzer Center. Hosted by Niki Clark.

 

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