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Resettled Radio

Resettled Radio is a production of the Auckland Refugee Community Coalition whose vision is a settled, integrated and thriving former refugee community in Auckland. ARCC represents some 18 registered refugee community organisations from 15 different countries. The radio show aims to open discussion on the progress of former refugees in Aotearoa/NZ through interviews, debate, news and talkback. Each week Resettled Radio welcomes guests, listens to their stories and music and explores current affairs as they relate to resettlement communities today.


  • Presenter: Pierre Bahati

    Pierre is a father of four and an auto mechanic who is getting in touch with the audio technician within. Born in Burundi, Pierre, a big fan of reggae, is bringing his interest to air on Resettled Radio along with his insights into settling and thriving in a country far from his birthplace.

  • Producer / Presenter: Gatluak Chuol

    Formerly a journalist and news presenter in Sudan and Nairobi, Gatluak came from a financial background but enjoyed the interaction with people while presenting in three languages.  Family is first for Gatluak.  He and his wife and four kids enjoy picnics and the outdoors. Reading, playing cards and dominoes, or watching action movies are his time out. His favourite sounds are selected from reggae, religious or traditional music.

Resettled Radio

Saturday, 28 March, 2020

A production of the Auckland Resettlement Community Coalition

The Auckland Resettlement Community Coalition explores the issues of resettling after migration as a refugee. Personal stories, expert advice, directions and support.

Previous podcasts

  • SATURDAY 21/03/2020

  • SATURDAY 14/03/2020

  • SATURDAY 7/03/2020

  • SATURDAY 29/02/2020

  • Beyond Refuge

    • THURSDAY 2/03/2017
    • Settlement

    Gatluak Chol heads to Waiheke Island for the Sculpture on The Gulf festival to speak to various people involved in the Beyond Refuge project. Tiffany Singh's work "The Journey Of A Million Miles Starts With One Step" was presented in collaboration with the ARCC.

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