With all eyes on the Netherlands as the Dutch go to the polls on Wednesday, tensions remain high throughout the Old Continent and beyond. As Europe faces its first test at the ballot box this year, education seems to be – once more – the biggest predictor of support for populist parties. On top of this, South Korea’s Park Geun-Hye’s impeachment (the second G-20 president to be removed in quick succession after Dilma Rousseff of Brazil’s forced exit a few moths ago), an unpredictable White House, elections in India’s largest state of Uttar Pradesh and the presence of radioactive boars still running around in Fukushima means that we have a lot on our plate this coming week. Luckily, the team at The Public Sphere compiled a new list of articles to read and podcasts to listen to so you can divert your mind from a busy world and get inspired by new ideas!

Please get in touch with us if you’ve been inspired by an article/video/podcast/book you’ve encountered recently and want to see it featured here!

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