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Munk Dialogues Returns with Second Season

Sep 14, 2020

Today, the Munk Debates announced a second series of MUNK DIALOGUES, live, hour-long conversations with some of the world’s sharpest minds and brightest thinkers.  The autumn 2020 Munk Dialogues will focus on the big issues transforming our world, from the U.S. election to the continuing fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic to geopolitics and international relations. The series will air weekly for ten weeks launching Wednesday, September 30th, 8 pm ET with New York Times’ White House correspondent, Maggie Haberman, in dialogue with Munk Debates Chair, Rudyard Griffiths.    

Munk Debates Launches Second Season of Acclaimed Radio Program

Jul 1, 2020

The Munk Debates, one of the world’s leading forums for top thinkers to debate the pressing issues of our time, today announced the launch of the second season of its weekly radio program and podcast featuring civil and substantive one-on-one debate.  

Munk Dialogues extends for second series of 10 live video town halls

Jun 26, 2020

Today the Munk Foundation has extended a second $200,000 grant to the Munk Dialogues to organise a second series of ten online town halls to explore how the pandemic is changing our politics, society, and international relations.

Munk Debates launches new weekly Dialogues series exploring the world after COVID19

Apr 8, 2020

To encourage a conversation about the long-term impact of COVID-19, the Munk Debates is launching a new “dialogues” series in partnership with The Globe and Mail.

The capitalist system is broken. It’s time to try something different.

Oct 1, 2019

The Munk Debates announced today the resolution and speakers for its Autumn 2019 debate, to be held at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto on Wednesday, December 4th. The motion for the Autumn 2019 Munk Debate: The capitalist system is broken. It’s time to try something different.