Amid the ongoing discussions surrounding the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Europe, we take a look at some of the questions being asked. Split across three sessions, our podcast begins by looking at the current situation in Europe and how this will unfold. Our second session considers the the social and economic impacts of the pandemic, drawing out the likely trends to emerge from them. We conclude with the final session covering some of the threats and issues that confronted Europe prior to the emergence of the virus and discuss how these are likely to evolve under the pandemic and into the longer-term.
To find the first session ‘Where does Europe currently stand and what challenges will it face in the coming weeks?’ start at 0.00.
To find the second session ‘What are the implications of the longer-term social and economic impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic?’ skip to 13.00.
To find the third session ‘How are Europe’s pre-existing threats and issues likely to evolve amid the pandemic and beyond?’ skip to 23.00.
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