Join the Program on Values in Society for an interdisciplinary discussion of the ethical dimensions on public policy during President Trump’s administration on September 29th from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm in Kane Hall 225, the Walker-Ames Room.
Ethics & Policy: 200 Days into the Trump Administration Workshop is a full day workshop that will examine public policy of the new administration over four sessions. The first session on Health, Disability and Equality will be led by Philosophy Professors Sara Goering and Carina Fourie. The second session on Climate Change and Human Rights will be led by Philosophy Professor Stephen Gardiner and Political Science Professor Aseem Prakash. The third session on Human Rights will be led by Political Science Professor Jamie Mayerfeld and Philosophy Professor Bill Talbott. And the fourth session on Immigration will be led by Philosophy Professor Michael Blake. The workshop will finish with the participants of all the sessions leading a roundtable discussion of Ethics and Policy in the Trump Era.
The workshop is free and open to the public. Any questions about the workshop should be directed to the Program on Values in Society firstname.lastname@example.org.