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For the second season of Doha Debates' podcast Course Correction, host Nelufar Hedayat is trying to open her mind — to people she disagrees with. Many of the world's biggest issues are also the most polarizing, so in each episode, Hedayat explores one of those topics and talks to people who challenge her views. She’ll talk to activists, authors, scientists and even a former head of state, looking for advice on how to be more inclusive of people whose views she opposes. And in each episode, she'll work to identify solutions and bridge gaps on divisive issues like reparations and race, COVID policy and the limits of free speech.
Course Correction is a production of Doha Debates and Qatar Foundation, with help from Foreign Policy.
S2: Refugees and the fight against populism
S2: Palestine, Israel and the courage of dialogue
S2: Fixing the generational wealth gap
S2: Fear the robots? AI, automation and equity
S2: How alarmist should we be about climate change?
S2: Can "cancel culture" go too far?
S2: The Disrupters: Using free speech for good and evil
S2: Disinformation: How can we beat "fake news"?
S2: Reparations: Can we right historical wrongs?
S2: COVID-19: When is the cure worse than the pandemic?
Season 2 Trailer
S1: How Course Correction Changed My Life
S1: Targeted for Telling the Truth
S1: Ending Period Poverty
S1: Joy Buolamwini: Artificial Intelligence For All
S1: Standing up to Big Data
S1: Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein: In Defense of Human Rights
S1: Sal Khan: Real Lessons on Virtual Learning
S1: Love, Hate and the Power of Listening