As coronavirus spreads across the country and around the globe, we are facing a crisis not just in healthcare, but also in how we live, work, learn, engage, and come together to govern ourselves as citizens and in communities.
How do the politics of the pandemic shape the way individual, communities, and institutions respond? Likewise, how does institutional and governmental response to the pandemic shape people’s political views and behaviors? Do people trust what their governments are telling them? Why are some countries controlling the spread of the virus better than others? In the U.S., how will this affect the 2020 elections? And how do we practice social distancing and also protect and promote civic engagement and inclusive discourse?
Join the SNF Agora Institute for a series of webcast conversations, with experts from Johns Hopkins University and beyond, that will explore the political and policy implications of COVID-19.
- Webcast May.29.2020 Listening to Rural and Urban Voices
- Webcast May.22.2020 Keeping Elections and Voters Safe
- Webcast May.15.2020 Will COVID-19 End Globalization As We Know It?
- Webcast May.8.2020 Climate, Food Insecurity, and COVID-19
- Webcast May.1.2020 Protecting Both Public Health and Civil Liberties
- Webcast Apr.24.2020 COVID-19 and the Dynamics of Race and Othering
- Webcast Jun.26.2020 Crisis, Security, and COVID-19
- Webcast Apr.17.2020 COVID-19 and the Ethics of Scarce Resource Planning
- Webcast Apr.10.2020 Understanding the Global Economic Impact of COVID-19
- Webcast Apr.3.2020 Imagining a New Moral Economy
- Webcast Mar.27.2020 One Pandemic, a World of Responses
- Webcast Mar.20.2020 COVID-19 and the Politics of Information