- Citizenship questions far from the border
- Economic crisis worsens treatment of migrants: UN expert on migrant rights
- Farm to Farm, Family to Family: Part 1
- Farm to Farm, Family to Family: Part 2
- Farm to Farm, Family to Family: Part 3
- Immigration bureaucracy lands legal residents in detention
- Life on the U.S.-Mexico border
- Most of world’s 200 million migrants denied basic right to housing – UN expert
- Report from the PGA in Mexico City
- Spotlight on life in a Kenyan refugee camp
- UN calls on Kenya not to repatriate Somalis
- UN experts criticize treatment of migrants after death of Angolan
- Family & Friends of Detained Refugees Speak Out
- Migrant workers in Ontario embark on historic "Pilgrimage to Freedom" this Thanksgiving
- Europe's Migrants: 'The World Is a Smaller Place'
- Burundian refugees return home after many years in the DRC
- UN calls for better treatment of irregular migrants
- Radio No Border - On Air!
- “Migrant Express” Part 1
- Abolishing Modern Day Slavery
- UNHCR urges Greece to step up implementation of asylum reform
- USA: Working Beyond Unions
- Stories and songs from the cleaners' strike in the Netherlands
- USA: Immigrant families behind bars
- Immigration in the US
- I have no reason to hide - Interviews with day laborers in the US
- Demanding fair treatment of domestic workers
- Refugee Voices from Refugee Week Radio
- Interview with Rita Chadha of RAMFEL
- Together we can end human trafficking - Radio Spots (2)
- Together we can end human trafficking radio spots (1)
- Short Compilation Radio 1812 - 2009 Edition
- Migrant Domestic Workers in Ireland
- Campaigning against Human Trafficking
- Temporary protection for Haitian immigrants
What is Radio 1812?
Radio 1812 is an initiative launched by December 18 in 2006. It is a global event that brings together migrant groups and radios from around the world to produce, broadcast and share programmes celebrating the achievements and highlighting the concerns of migrants worldwide. Click here to download the progress report.
Click here for a list of participants in 2012
For programs in other languages than English, Spanish or French click here.
ODYSSEIA - AUDIO MAGAZINE
The November issue of Odysseia focuses on the rights of migrant domestic workers and the campaign for the ratification of ILO Convention 189. Click here to listen to it.
The pilot edition of our audio magazine is still available. It focuses on the routes migrants take and the difficulties and challenges they face when moving from one country to another.