Roundtable

Suicide: What more can society do?

It often takes the death of a celebrity for the world to talk about suicide - this month TV chef Anthony Bourdain and designer Kate Spade took their lives. Globally, around 800,000 people kill themselves each year. But what drives people to take their own lives? And how should we tackle it as a society? 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.

Suicide: Are attitudes to mental health to blame?

Suicide: Are attitudes to mental health to blame?

Modern Day Slavery

Modern Day Slavery

Architecture: Is there a lack of diversity?

Architecture: Is there a lack of diversity?

WORKISM: Is Work The New Religion?

WORKISM: Is Work The New Religion?

COVID SCIENCE: Air pollution warning

COVID SCIENCE: Air pollution warning

COVID SCIENCE: Is immunity possible?

COVID SCIENCE: Is immunity possible?

COVID SCIENCE: Long term effects

COVID SCIENCE: Long term effects

Are we heading towards a population crash?

Are we heading towards a population crash?

TIKTOK: Is it a threat to global security?

TIKTOK: Is it a threat to global security?

CRYSTAL METH: New drug danger?

CRYSTAL METH: New drug danger?

WHAT MAKES US HAPPY: Has COVID-19 changed it?

WHAT MAKES US HAPPY: Has COVID-19 changed it?

VIRUSES: Why do we need them?

VIRUSES: Why do we need them?

SYRIA’S ECONOMIC CRISIS: New pressure on the regime?

SYRIA’S ECONOMIC CRISIS: New pressure on the regime?

TRAVEL AND THE PANDEMIC: Is the staycation the new normal?

TRAVEL AND THE PANDEMIC: Is the staycation the new normal?

TRAVEL AND THE PANDEMIC: The Future of Tourism

TRAVEL AND THE PANDEMIC: The Future of Tourism

YEMEN CRISIS: Why is it forgotten?

YEMEN CRISIS: Why is it forgotten?

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