One in Five is in Mt Roskill Auckland at the annual International Cultural Festival sampling the sumptuous food and music, and chatting with people about disability and health issues facing refugees and migrants to New Zealand.  Stephanie Pollard of RMS Refugee Resettlement, has been supporting the family of a child with muscular dystropy; Kelly Woolston of CCS Disability Action, involved in a research and referral project; and Tina a student social worker from Denmark with Refugees as Survivors New Zealand, whose Mobile Team promotes the mental health of refugees. There is also an interview with Dr Therese Khella who worked with the Iraqi community through the The Peoples Centre Trust.

The programme includes music recorded on location with E-Pacs Lion Dance Team and Ecuadorian group Alymayu.