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We have compiled all songs to our most recent Unheard Competition. There are 30 submissions around the world from various genres and languages for you to enjoy!
The World Refugee Day Exhibition Theme Song The World Refugee Day Exhibition Playlist The World Refugee Day Compilation Video
Our very first Unheard Competition, titled “Tell The World What You Want To Say”, showcased music, writing, and visual arts by Karen youth currently living in Thailand’s refugee camps. The goal of the competition was to advance the voices and present the stories of Karen youth to a global audience, and is part of a…
I’m Amani Pacifique fungulo, singer-songwriter, holder of a bachelor degree in didactic of chemistry, born in the province of Sud-kivu in DRC! A young brother of many elder brothers and sisters. I m Congolese who lives actually in south africa as a asylum seeker
I’m Gloria Sifa Shukrani. I was born in Republic Democratic Of Congo South Kivu province in 12. 08. 1991. I attended primary and secondary in Uvira city. I was born in a family of 6 siblings. We are a Christian family. I started to sing at the age of 8 years in a Sunday school in my village Kiliba Ondes. I started song writing at the age of 20 years
Musician Chi Suwichan Phatthanaphraiwan is a member of the Karen ethnic group. He is also an actor and composer, best known for “Songs from the Karen Forest” (2012). He lives in Mae Sot in northern Thailand and is a well-known activist for the Karen. Through his music, he advocates for ethnic equality and cultural identity and love for nature.
Eraghone Ely, 26, is a Congolese musician, rapper, songwriter, actor, dancer, director, video editor, and businessman who goes by the stage name Eraghone (Eraghone Empire).
Eh Ku Thay, 19, left his village in Karen state in Myanmar two years ago, to study at Thoo Mweh Khee Migrant Learning Centre in Mae Sot in northern Thailand. Inspired by Justin Bieber, Ku Thay had always wanted to be a singer, but he never had the opportunity to learn to sing as there were no singing teachers in his mountain village.
Louise Mwangaza (Light), 22, arrived in Malawi as a Congolese refugee in 2017. She has been at Dzaleke refugee camp, which houses nearly 50,000 refugees, most of them, like Louise, arrived from the Democratic Republic of Congo.