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PODCAST: Ukraine war impact in Catalonia – protests, donations, refugees

Stories from the daily demonstrations, a church doubling as an aid logistics hub and Ukrainians and Catalans fleeing the war

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05 March 2022 11:10 AM

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ACN | Barcelona

Since Russian president Vladimir Putin ordered a large-scale military invasion of Ukraine, Catalonia – especially its 25,000-strong Ukrainian community – has reacted with daily protests, a massive humanitarian aid effort and by welcoming refugees.  Press play below to listen or subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify.

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We hear from Ukrainian, Russian and Catalan voices on the impact the war is having on people living here.

Lorcan Doherty is joined by Guifré Jordan and Cillian Shields.

This week's Catalan phrase is 'tenir mala llet', literally 'to have bad milk' it means to be nasty or have bad intentions. 

Get in touch with the podcast team: fillingthesink@acn.cat

Listen to more episodes of Filling the Sink below or find out more here.

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  • A girl with a Ukrainian flag at an anti-war protest in Barcelona's Plaça Catalunya, March 2, 2022 (by Blanca Blay)

  • A girl with a Ukrainian flag at an anti-war protest in Barcelona's Plaça Catalunya, March 2, 2022 (by Blanca Blay)

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