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Cassana Kelly - Podcast 3: Looking Back

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Hello - Here is my final podcast, where I reflect upon my experience as a CAPI intern in Quezon City, Philippines with the Centre for Migrant Advocacy, where I worked from January to June 2013.

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Cassana Kelly - Podcast 2: UN CMW List of Issues Prior to Reporting

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In my second podcast I discuss my main project at CMA, the processes and results.

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Cassana Kelly - Blog 3: Living in the Barangay

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About a month ago I decided to make my fourth housing move since the start of my internship.  Moving around so much has certainly had its pros and cons but I continue to shove my growing collection of things in my now bulging suitcases and find new places. Some people find moving a hassle, but I personally find it exciting.

Cassana Kelly - Podcast 1

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A podcast long overdue to be posted, but it has provided a nice look back at my initial thoughts before starting my internship here at the Center for Migrant Advocacy. Thanks Beaudin for interveiwing me!

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Cassana Kelly - Blog 2: Participatory Learning

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A few weeks ago I spent  a beautiful weekend at the Malasimbo music festival in Puerta Galera.  Something about festivals always seems to leave me beaming with happiness, gratefulness and a new found sense of community.  Perhaps it is the mixture of barefoot dancing, drum beats and the laid back reggae feel that fosters open-hearted interactions between all who attend.  These interactions I warmly treasure and find oh-so inspiring.

Cassana Kelly - Blog 1: Exciting and Tentative Beginnings

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January 30 2013 

It's difficult to write about experiences you can't quite comprehend.  That is probably why I have found myself over a month into this beautiful and exciting journey still at a loss for words and countless half-attempted and subsequently trashed blog entries.  But with time passing so quickly I am forced to conjure my half processed thoughts onto paper for the sake of my internship requirements. I know I will come to value these blog entries for my own sake as well when my current reality turns into faded memories - a circumstance which seems inconceivable now but from firsthand experience I know will come.