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Breaking it Down: The Politics of Inclusion in the U.S. Election

Breaking it Down: The Politics of Inclusion in the U.S. Election
14 Queen's Park Crescent West, Rm CG-160
Time: Nov 28th, 12:30 pm End: Nov 28th, 2:00 pm
Interest Categories: Women/Gender, Sexual Diversity, Political Science, Law, Faculty of , 2000-
Panel Discussion

The School of Public Policy and Governance presents

Breaking it Down: Public Policy Implications of the U.S. Election

In the aftermath of the U.S. Election, SPPG has brought together both professors and faculty members from the School. The panel will discuss the intersections of gender, ethnicity and sexuality of the election and the implications on the political and policy environment in both the U.S. and Canada.

Panelists include our very own Donna Dasko, Professor Daniyal Zuberi, Professor Michael Donnelly, Professor Chaviva Hosek and Rhonda McMichael (Visiting OPS Fellow), and more!

When: Monday, November 28th from 12:30pm-2pm

Where: 14 Queen's Park Crescent West, Room CG-160

A light lunch and refreshments will be served.

The School of Public Policy and Governance, in collaboration with the Gender, Diversity, and Public Policy Initiative and Spectrum (a new LGBTQ+ initiative at SPPG), will be hosting an interactive panel discussion on the results, outcomes, and social implications of Donald Trump's victory. We will be discussing the role of demographics and equity in the campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, as well as the implications this has on the future of American polling and politics.We will also be surveying the policy implications of this election not only on the US, but also on Canada and the rest of the world.

This event is free and open to all. Registration is required. For further information, contact The School of Public Policy and Governance at 416.978.5120

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