Rome, August 5 - In a new reality show produced by Italian State TV RAI to be aired in November called 'Mission', eight celebrities will talk about their experiences in refugee camps around the world. The program, produced in cooperation with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and humanitarian organization Intersos, is geared to show the daily work and reality of those living in camps and workers assisting them. "The eight celebrities will live 15 days together with volunteers who work in refugee camps and be plunged into a harsh human reality," RAI said. Countries visited include Mali, South Sudan and Congo. There are no "winners or losers" in the program, "only stories told through images and testimonies," RAI said.