The migrant woman experience

IWS Radio is a podcast series on the migrant woman experience brought to you by IWS, the International Women* Space. We are a feminist, anti-racist group of migrant women, refugee women and women without this experience. IWS Radio is a continuation of our work, documenting the lives and stories of refugee and migrant women living in Germany.

Listen Now!

You can find IWS RADIO on the following platforms... Castbox,  Deezer,  Google Podcasts,  PlayerFM,  Podcast Addict,  Podchaser,  RadioPublic,  SoundCloudSpotify,  Stitcher,  TuneIn...

We are still working on iTunes! Let us know ( if you think IWS RADIO should be on another platform : )

Show Notes

Here you will find transcriptions and translations (so far in German...) and relevant links and resources for each episode. Click on the title you want to know more about...

IWS RADIO #03 | Anti-Asian Racism, the Model Minority Myth and COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic brought a wave of violent racism against Asian communities all over the world. IWS members Ngoc, Haewon & Dahye welcome three guests - Jiye Seong-Yu from Asian Voices Europe, Esra Karakaya of Karakaya Talks and Thao Ho from DAMN (Deutsch Asiat*innen Make Noise) - for our third episode of IWS RADIO to discuss this and more...

IWS RADIO #02: Black Lives Matter! – In The Mediterranean Sea Too

For this, the second, episode of IWS RADIO, Lavenda, Jennifer and Denise from IWS are joined by Diana Arce from Black Lives Matter Berlin and Hela Kanakane from Alarm Phone.

IWS RADIO #01: Life In The Lagers During The Corona Pandemic

IWS RADIO debuted today on We are born free! Empowerment Radio and is now available online!!! This first episode exposes the inhumane conditions of the Lager system in Germany, especially in the times of the Covid-19 pandemic.



Recording studio & debut stream: We are born free! Empowerment Radio

Jingle & teaser audio: Werther Effekt

Teaser video: Hoda Taheri / Aora Helmzadeh

"This is my voice, my weapon of choice"

- Grace Jones

Supported in part by a grant from the Foundation Open Society Institute in cooperation with the OSIFE of the Open Society Foundations.