Roundtable

CELEBRITY ACTIVISM: Does it make a difference?

Get a famous face, get that face to say a few nice words, smile for the camera - and that’s your campaign off to a flying start. Or is it? There are questions now about whether celebrity activism really does help. Guests: Alegria Olmedo Castro Researcher at Oxford University LOCATION: OXFORD, UK Paul Cullen Talent Specialist Margarita Sachkova Digital Marketing Manager at PETA Roundtable is a discussion program with an edge. Broadcast out of London and presented by David Foster, it's about bringing people to the table, listening to every opinion, and analysing every point of view. From fierce debate to reflective thinking, Roundtable discussions offer a different perspective on the issues that matter to you. Watch it every weekday at 15:30 GMT on TRT World.

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India’s #Metoo Movement: Just the beginning?

Should Children Be Activists?

Should Children Be Activists?

Is Hollywood Doomed: What’s The Future of Movie Making?

Is Hollywood Doomed: What’s The Future of Movie Making?

Is social media too powerful?

Is social media too powerful?

FRANCE: Secularism v Islam?

FRANCE: Secularism v Islam?

ISRAEL-LEBANON TALKS: Why do they matter?

ISRAEL-LEBANON TALKS: Why do they matter?

US ELECTION: The COVID-19 battle?

US ELECTION: The COVID-19 battle?

HUMAN RIGHTS: Does UN Council need reform?

HUMAN RIGHTS: Does UN Council need reform?

CODE RED: Is the US in a vulnerable position?

CODE RED: Is the US in a vulnerable position?

AFGHANISTAN: Is it ready for a US pullout?

AFGHANISTAN: Is it ready for a US pullout?

POVERTY: How to beat it?

POVERTY: How to beat it?

THE QUAD: A new rival for China?

THE QUAD: A new rival for China?

ETHIOPIA DAM DISPUTE: How to solve it?

ETHIOPIA DAM DISPUTE: How to solve it?

US ELECTION 2020: The rise of extremism?

US ELECTION 2020: The rise of extremism?

NOBEL PEACE PRIZE: Still credible?

NOBEL PEACE PRIZE: Still credible?

FAR RIGHTS TEENS: A growing problem?

FAR RIGHTS TEENS: A growing problem?

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