MSF Speaking Out

Speaking Out Podcast

The MSF Speaking Out podcasts are a new series adapted from the original Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Speaking Out Case Studies (SOCS). Like the case studies, the podcast series examines the challenges and dilemmas surrounding speaking out. The series offers an in-depth look into these humanitarian dilemmas through the narration of extracts from MSF documents and press archives to help establish the facts. Interviews with the main MSF protagonists at the time of the events also provide insight into, and analysis of, the positions adopted, including personal reflections which offer fresh perspectives.

Speaking Out Srebrenica Podcast

The first podcast series is adapted from the MSF in Srebrenica, 1993-2003 case study. 5 episodes examine the speaking out constraints, questions, and dilemmas faced by MSF teams in Srebrenica. MSF was present in the enclave since the beginning of its siege by the Bosnian Serb forces in 1993 until it fell in July 1995. During the fall, thousands of Bosnian Muslims were massacred. These massacres were qualified by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia as genocide in 2004.

"MSF in Srebrenica. 1993-2003" Speaking Out Case Study.