2020 will be remembered as the year when a novel strain of coronavirus spread around the globe, leaving a trail of death, despair and disruption in its wake. In this podcast, we explore the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting lives worldwide. We ask how it will change the world as we know it - from the global economy and geopolitics to the long-term consequences for people, societies and cultures. Global Strain is produced by the team from the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin. This podcast is supported by Robert Bosch Stiftung.
|Cities and COVID-19: How the Pandemic Affects Urban Spaces||2020-08-28|
|More than a Virtue: Strategic Empathy for Smarter Policy During COVID-19 and Beyond||2020-06-25|
|Humor over Rumor: Combating Disinformation Around COVID-19 in Taiwan||2020-06-08|
|COVID-19 in Brazil: the End of the Road for Bolsonaro?||2020-05-27|
|Inequality: Are We All in This Together?||2020-05-19|
|Surveillance: Means or End?||2020-04-29|
|Introducing the Global Strain Podcast||2020-04-24|