Roundtable

CONIFA World Football Cup

There are 47 members of the Confederation of Independent Football Associations, or CONIFA. Hailing from unrecognised nations, regions seeking independence and minority groups, none of them are able to qualify for FIFA. Who are they and how can football make a difference in their lives? Roundtable is a discussion programme 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.

CONIFA World Cup: How can football empower people?

CONIFA World Cup: How can football empower people?

Senegal – Africa's last hope

Senegal – Africa's last hope

World Cup 2018: Football, politics, and kicking them when they’re down

World Cup 2018: Football, politics, and kicking them when they’re down

World Cup 2018: What’s going on behind the scenes?

World Cup 2018: What’s going on behind the scenes?

German Politics: Merkel under pressure

German Politics: Merkel under pressure

EU-China: Sanctions stand-off

EU-China: Sanctions stand-off

FRANCE 2022 ELECTIONS: 1 year to go

FRANCE 2022 ELECTIONS: 1 year to go

COVID-19 CRISIS: Will it weaken the EU?

COVID-19 CRISIS: Will it weaken the EU?

COVID VARIANTS: What’s the worst case scenario?

COVID VARIANTS: What’s the worst case scenario?

NORTHERN IRELAND BREXIT BATTLE

NORTHERN IRELAND BREXIT BATTLE

SYRIA: Can the EU make a difference?

SYRIA: Can the EU make a difference?

New world order: Is the UK still a global player?

New world order: Is the UK still a global player?

Tension in Europe: The EU’s Russia problem

Tension in Europe: The EU’s Russia problem

EUROPE: COVID 3rd wave inevitable?

EUROPE: COVID 3rd wave inevitable?

SENEGAL PROTESTS: Anti-French anger

SENEGAL PROTESTS: Anti-French anger

UN Deputy Chief: ’There is no excuse’ on vaccines

UN Deputy Chief: ’There is no excuse’ on vaccines

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