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Featured Events: Democratic Threats

The Einaudi Center's in-person and virtual events gather faculty experts, policymakers, students, and the local, national, and international community for conversations about world challenges and how we can work together to meet them.

We invite you to join our upcoming events and watch related videos on Einaudi's Democratic Threats and Resilience YouTube playlist!

SAP/Reppy event at Uris Hall, 8/25/22
Afghanistan One Year Later: Reflections on Life Under the Taliban, a panel discussion hosted by Einaudi's Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies and South Asia Program.

Fall 2023 Highlight

October 30 at 5:30: Allan Goodman and IIE Fellows Panel

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Freedom of Expression and International Engagement: The Role of the University

Join us for a vital conversation featuring Allan Goodman, CEO of the Institute of International Education, Vice Provost Wendy Wolford, and an expert panel on how universities can provide safe haven for scholars whose right to free expression is threatened.

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Watch Past Events on YouTube

Follow Einaudi's Democratic Threats and Resilience YouTube playlist!

Highlights: Lessons from Democracies at Risk

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IES Challenges to Democracy: From Populism to Fascism? (video)

Dmitry Bykov in Ithaca, March 2022. Photo: Jon Miller

Einaudi/IES Visiting Scholar: Dmitry Bykov in Conversation (video)

Event Series on Video

Democracy in the Balance

A three-part series, Democracy in the Balance: Vulnerability, Resilience, and Reform assessed the state of American democracy and prospects for its reform and renewal. The Einaudi Center hosted the events in spring 2022, partnering with the American Academy of Political and Social Science and American Democracy Collaborative.

Democracy 20/20

From June through the 2020 election, Democracy 20/20 brought together historical and comparative experts to discuss the challenges these unsettling times pose for American democracy.