We bring together a panel of U-M experts and community members for an authentic and engaging dialogue on the myriad ways the pandemic has impacted women and what can be done to address these issues. Moderated by Betsey Stevenson.
Our panelists explore what key factors led to the insurrection on January 6, what policy gaps were exposed in the run-up to the events, and how different approaches are needed to tackle this threat before it worsens.
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Christopher P. Borick, Erick Lachapelle, and Itzkuauhtli Zamora Saenz discuss what Canadian, United States, and Mexican public thinks about climate change, and about how government policy should address it. March 2021.
Join us for a discussion on health policy and the future of the Affordable Care Act with Congresswoman Lauren Underwood (D-IL) and Paula Lantz, associate dean of the Ford School and James Hudak Professor of Health
Broderick Johnson, a Towsley Foundation Policymaker in Residence at the Ford School, leads a discussion on lobbying and mass incarceration. Part of the Public Policy and Institutional Discrimination Discussion Series.
A former energy policymaker and regulator from the largest and most active U.S. state on climate (California) and a leading Canadian academic discuss North American energy regulation and policy. March 2021.
Learn how to participate in the process of drawing the new district maps in Michigan, the role of "communities of interest", and how to engage with the new Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission in the redistricting process.
The United States, like all other countries, seeks to advance its most important national security interests abroad. In the Middle East, some U.S. allies and friends have less than stellar human rights records.
Representatives Elissa Slotkin (D-MI 8th District) and Peter Meijer (R-MI 3rd District) talk about the challenging Congressional session and find common ground to tackle the urgent problems facing the United States. February 2021.
This event is hosted by the African Studies Center and organized as part of U-M's Africa Week, which brings together thought leaders in higher education, industry, and government for a series of discussions on the key issues and opportunities that