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With Nelufar Hedayat

#DearWorldLive

Season one shines a spotlight on COVID-19 and its impact on our lives and our world. Watch out for season two this fall, which will focus on the fight for racial equality.

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#DearWorldLive: How the World is Responding to the Pandemic

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#DearWorldLive: Gender Discrimination and the Coronavirus Pandemic

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#DearWorldLive: How the Pandemic Will Change the Future of Education

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#DearWorldLive: Making Meaningful Connections in the Time of COVID-19

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#DearWorldLive: Addressing Disability Rights During COVID-19

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#DearWorldLive: COVID19’s Threat to Refugees

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#DearWorldLive: Mental Health in the Time of COVID

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#DearWorldLive: How the Coronavirus Helps — and Hurts — the Climate Crisis

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#DearWorldLive: Inside India’s Massive Lockdown

About the show

#DearWorldLive is an online discussion show from Doha Debates, featuring Doha Debates’ correspondent and Course Correction host Nelufar Hedayat. Our first season focuses on the coronavirus and its impact on our lives and our world.

In each conversation, streamed live across Twitter, YouTube and Facebook, Nelufar talks to two special guests—a mix of thinkers, writers, policymakers, activists and people who are on the ground, putting into practice the solutions we need to cope with the current crisis. The conversations focus not just on the challenges we face now, but on the changes we can make to help us deal with and improve life during and after this pandemic.

We also invite students and other young people from around the world to join the virtual conversation and engage face-to-face with our guests. Livestream viewers have the opportunity to participate as well by submitting comments and questions with the hashtag #DearWorldLive .

Watch out for season two of #DearWorldLive this fall, which will focus on the fight for racial equality.