School of Public Policy to Host Loneliness and Political Life: A Transatlantic Conversation
The School of Public Policy will host the online seminar “Loneliness and Political Life: A Transatlantic Conversation” on Tuesday, October 12, 9 AM PT. The discussion will explore the ways in which the rise of loneliness in the United States and the United Kingdom is impacting politics and democracy.
Iona Lawrence, associate at the Relationships Project, and Pete Peterson (MPP ’07), Braun Family Dean's Chair at the School of Public Policy, will moderate the discussion. Featured panelists will include:
- Ruth Ibegbuna, Founder of Roots Programme and ReKindle
- Nas Morley, Interim Managing Director of The Cares Family
- Jon Yates, Author and Executive Director of the Youth Endowment Foundation
For additional information, and to register to attend, visit the School of Public Policy website.