UCI Office of Global Engagement recently hosted a Global Engagement event that featured international and UCI leaders exploring UCI’s support of international students, given the many sudden U.S. policy proposals and proclamations that affect them.
Are U.S. elections rigged, broken or dependable?
Lessons from Canada and Australia Offer Insights for Improvement
UCI Office of Global Engagement is hosting a series of webinars this summer and in the coming academic year to address a number of timely topics of global interest. The webinar on September 21 will cover international perspectives relevant to the upcoming U.S. Presidential Election.
Co-sponsored by UCI Law and the Jack W. Peltason Center for the Study of Democracy, the event is intended as a resource for UCI faculty, staff and students and the general public.
Discussion topics include:
- Voting challenges in a pandemic
- Differences in how national elections are run in the U.S. compared to in Canada and Australia
- How elections could be improved with restructuring
The event will feature a discussion by international and UCI leaders and a question and answer session.
Moderator – Victoria Jones, Chief Global Affairs Officer
- Rick Hasen, Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of California, Irvine, School of Law
- Yasmin Dawood, Canada Research Chair in Democracy, Constitutionalism, and Electoral Law, and Associate Professor of Law and Political Science, University of Toronto Faculty of Law
- Graeme Orr, Professor – Law of Politics and Electoral Law, The University of Queensland, Australia