Susan Rasky, Richard Scheffler, Henry E. Brady, Peter Munoz, Selma Meyerowitz
Event: Cal Day 2010
Date: April 17, 2010 Duration: 79 minutes
Recent debates over health care and economic policy clearly exposed deep divisions within American politics. What is the source of these divisions? Can we muster the will to solve our problems? Come and find out! Hear this panel cosponsored by the Class of '68 and the Goldman School of Public Policy's Center on Civility and Democratic Engagement.
2010 Wildavsky Forum for Public Policy: Taxing the Poor: The Role of Consumption Taxes in Regional Poverty Regimes
Katherine Newman, Princeton Univeristy
Event: 2010 Wildavsky Forum - Professor Katherine Newman
Date: April 1, 2010 Duration: 85 minutes
Ann M. Veneman (MPP '71), Executive Director UNICEF
Event: The 9th Annual Rhoda Goldman Distinguished Lecture in Health Policy
Date: March 3, 2010 Duration: 57 minutes
Ann Veneman, Executive Director UNICEF, argues that improving child and maternal health will help break poverty's vicious cycleand empower families, communities and countries. She further explains that it is a global challenge and requires a collective response—where results are measured in lives saved and lives made better.
Event: A Two-Day International Symposium
Date: December 2, 2009