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CXB: Jainto Chai (We want to know) - provides information on rights-based issues through audio podcasts

  • By BBC Media Action
  • 13/09/2021
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Rohingya refugees living in Cox’s Bazar require information about their options for the future and other key rights-related issues, including a basic understanding of the humanitarian process, how the camp operates and what they are entitled to. BBC Media Action is producing a new audio podcast programme called “Jainto Chai” (We want to know) which supports a basic understanding of rights and how to support their knowledge on these issues. Each program is around 10 to 12 mins per episode and designed for one-to-one engagement or use in a listening group.  The download includes an MP3 audio file (containing the audio content) as well as a topic-specific discussion guide to help community workers and group facilitators lead discussions after their group has listened to the programme. 

  • [3 March 2021] Programme 1 – International Criminal Court (ICC) and serious crimes: This episode of Jainto Chai (We Want to Know)  focuses on the International Criminal Court, a special court that deals with the most serious crimes like genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and the crime of aggression. It was established for supporting the victims of the most serious crimes to ensure justice when the national courts don’t want or are unable to investigate the most serious crimes themselves. (also available without music) | related discussion guide in Bangla and English
  • [4 March 2021] Programme 2 – International Criminal Court (ICC)- arrest and place of trial: This episode of Jainto Chai (We want to know) focuses on the process  of arresting someone and having them appear before the ICC and how long a trial might take. The ICC does not have police force, so, so they cannot arrest a suspect. It is up to the government of a country where the person is to arrest the suspect and transfer them to the ICC court. The trial can only start once the suspect is at the ICC, and if a case does go ahead, it may take a long time. (also available without music) | related discussion guide in Bangla and English 
  • [25 March 2021] Programme 3 – International Criminal Court (ICC)- the makeup of the court: This episode of Jainto Chai (We want to know) focuses on the role of the judges, prosecution team and the defense team of the ICC.  The main role of the judges is to ensure the fairness of the proceedings and the proper administration of justice. (also available without music)
  • [5 April 2021] Programme 4 – International Criminal Court (ICC) and what decisions it can make: This episode of Jainto Chai (We want to know) focuses on the process that will take place if a trial goes ahead. It also covers what happens if someone is found guilty and the process for appealing against a decision by the ICC. (also available without music)
  • [12 May 2021] Programme 5 – Witness at the International Criminal Court: This episode of Jainto Chai (We want to know) focuses on who can be a witness at the court. This includes a person who has relevant information about the crimes and may also be a victim who has suffered harm due to the crimes. Also, the procedures for giving testimony and the steps the ICC can take to ensure the safety of witnesses are covered in the episode.(also available without music) | related discussion guide in Bangla and English
  • [20 May 2021] Programme 6 – Role of the Office of the Prosecutor in the International Criminal Court: This episode of Jainto Chai (We want to know) provides information on the office of the prosecutor and their role in investigating crimes. It also covers how they gather evidence and how they contact possible witnesses. (also available without music) | related discussion guide in Bangla and English
  • [13 June 2021] Programme 7 – Camp level coordination to ensure rights (Humanitarian systems): This episode of Jainto Chai (We want to know) focuses on how a camp is coordinated and what are organisation’s various roles in the coordination process.  It also covers what services are available for the community and why these services are provided. (also available without music) | related discussion guide in Bangla and English
  • [30 June 2021] Programme 8 – Importance of dispute resolution: This episode of Jainto Chai (We want to know) focuses on what dispute resolution is, and why it’s important to resolve disputes. Also, what legal assistance is available to support dispute resolution for the Rohingya and how to access them are well covered in this episode. (also available without music)
  • [30 June 2021] Programme 9 – Formal and informal justice systems for dispute resolution: This episode of Jainto Chai (We want to know) focuses on formal and informal justice systems in the camps, which disputes can be settled under this justice system, and which are covered under Bangladeshi law.  It also provides information on where to go for support if you want to settle a dispute. (also available without music)
  • [11 July 2021] Programme 10 –Mediation in dispute resolution: This episode of Jainto Chai (We want to know) focuses on mediation which is part of the informal justice system, available to Rohingya refugees to resolve disputes. It provides information on what mediation is, why it’s important and who facilitates mediation in the camps. How can minor disputes such as family disagreements, financial issues and petty crimes be resolved is discussed in the episode. (also available without music)

Jainto Chai (We want to know) is produced by BBC Media Action with funding from Porticus.  Episodes 7 onwards were developed with technical support from UNHCR.

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