Gulbenkian Ideas Special Series “COVID-19: What’s Next?”

The special Gulbenkian Ideas series “COVID-19: What’s Next?” features a collection of short videos, interspersed with testimonials by renowned Portuguese and international thinkers and youth aged 15 to 30 involved in projects at the Foundation, on what will change in the world – for better or for worse – in this pandemic crisis. The topics they have chosen include everything from work, social relations, justice, family, daily life, politics, religion, the environment and architecture, among others.



Sandra Varela – Designer
João Viegas – 15-25 Imagina Project
Ana Marta Estrada – Artistic and Cultural Mediator
Ruth Rubio Marin – School of Transnational Governance
Francisco Maciel – Software engineer and reading enthusiast
Beatriz Soares – Student 10th grade, Apprentice of the Transformers Movement
Robert Post – Yale Law School (Part 2)
Bárbara Figueiredo – Finalist of the Medical Course, University of Minho
André Lopo – Student 11th Grade
Robert Post – Yale Law School (Part 1)
Carolina Pereira – Human rights and media activist
Marta Sousa Ramos – Master’s Student in Politics, NYU
Walter Russell Mead – Bard College
Luísa Pimenta – Student 11th grade
Guilherme Penedo – Master student in Aerospace Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico
Paul Collier – University of Oxford
Marco Guedes – Student 12th grade
Joana Ferreira – Student 9th grade
Cátia Batista – Nova-SBE
Francisco de Abreu Duarte – Doctoral student of Law at the European University Institute
Carlos Jorge Vaz – Student 12th grade
Constantino Xavier – Brookings, India
João Marecos – Lawyer
Lígia Fonseca Coelho – PhD Student in Bioengineering, Instituto Superior Técnico – MIT Portugal
Andoni Luiz Aduriz – Mugaritz Restaurant
Tiago Quaresma – COMUR, Canning Industry
Inês Rico – Environmental Engineering Student, Instituto Superior Técnico
Luísa Schmidt – Sociologist and principal researcher at the Institute of Social Sciences at the University of Lisbon
Manuel Leite – Student 12th grade
Joseph Weiler – Professor at NYU Law School and Senior Fellow at the Center for European Studies at Harvard
Carolina Tavares – Student 10th year
Simon Kuper – Financial Times Journalist
Carlos Moura Teixeira – Master in Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School of Government
Mónica Brito Vieira – University of York
João Kopke – Professional surfer and storyteller
HansPeter Kriesi – Political Science Professor at the European University Institute in Florence
Maria Inês Galvão – Clinical Psychologist
Daniel Innerarity – Director of the Institute for Democratic Governance in San Sebastian