Six ordinary Australians challenge their preconceptions about refugees and asylum seekers on an immersive, reverse journey to some of the most inhospitable and dangerous places on Earth.
24 Jun 2015 - 3:12 PM  UPDATED 1 Jul 2015 - 10:43 AM

Six ordinary Australians challenge their preconceptions about refugees and asylum seekers on an immersive, reverse journey to some of the most inhospitable and dangerous places on Earth, in the third series of this groundbreaking and multi-award-winning SBS documentary series.

 

Episode 1

Tuesday 28 July, 8:30pm 

Tempers flare early when six Australians move in with refugees who were once ‘boat people’ and nerves are tested as they retrace their hosts’ journeys back to some of the most dangerous places on Earth.

 

Episode 2

Wednesday 29 July, 8:30pm

The participants get a first hand experience of Australia’s ‘turn back the boats’ policy, stay with refugees turned back by the Australian navy, trek to human trafficking camps and visit the world’s newest city – a refugee camp in the Jordanian desert.

 

Episode 3

Thursday 30 July, 8:30pm

 

Following a reverse refugee journey, one group sees what happens when 140,000 people flee their homes while the other visits two of the most dangerous places on Earth - Syria and Baghdad.