In this episode, interlinked reporter Alice Schoutsen wonders how her dorm mates are doing. Figures from national public health institute Sciensano show that depressive thoughts have tripled among young people. She focuses on her British dorm mate Jessie Stroud (22), who, just like her, is studying in Aarhus, Denmark, for a semester.
Iho has been working abroad and travelling around for the past 10 years. While large parts of the world are in lockdown Iho moved back to his homecountry; the Philippines. At his home on the beach he is spending his time reflecting on his journey, writing his memoires and making plans for the future after the lockdown.
In this new episode of Interlinked podcasts, journalist Perrine Basset invites you to listen to the testimony of Melena Hélias, a freelance sports journalist in Kingston, Jamaica. Since the coronavirus crisis, track and field competitions have been cancelled. She explains how this has changed her life.
In this episode, Jon Larrachea will get the testimony of a little Spanish community that are spending the Coronavirus pandemic in Aarhus, Denmark. They will give us a description about their decision of staying in Denmark instead of coming back and which benefits they get from gathering with more Spanish students.
While Covid-19 has shown the fragility of industrial food systems and supply chains, local growing—like Agricola Moderna, a hyper-local vertical farm in Milan—might function as one critical solution. this episode, Sydney Bartos will be reporting more in-depth on urban growing communities and the local food movement during crises, and how these farming communities and the local food movement are working to create more sustainable and resilient food systems.
For this episode Polina Kireeva interviewed Ralf Ruller, CEO and founder of The Barn, best Specialty Coffee Roaster Europe & Middle East in 2019. Together they discussed coronavirus impact, “coffee for hospitals” initiative, business driven by sense of community and solidarity, and opportunities in crisis.
In this episode, Maria Cazacu interviewed a young Austrian nurse who commutes across the border to Germany every day. In this episode, Melone gives us an insight into how it is to work with corona patients every day and come home from work not knowing whether she has the virus and potentially infecting her family.
In this podcast, Marina Marcondes talks about the transition from classroom to digital teaching. How schools around the world have dealt with the fact that their students are now only accessible online. Let’s look at the successes and failures of this transition.