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Eminent Scholars Lecture Series, "Justice for All? Public Administration's Role in Advancing Social Equity"

Wednesday, November 18, 2020 11 a.m. to noon

Join us November 18, 2020 from 11am-12pm for, "Justice for All? Public Administration's Role in Advancing Social Equity" presented virtually by Mary E. Guy, Ph.D as part of the CPNM's Eminent Scholars Lecture Series. 

Guy's discussion will consider the roles civil institutions and the public service sector play that go beyond pursuing fairness through equality of administrative access and protecting procedural due process to create a community where equity is the norm.It's a timely discussion as we approach a highly contentious election, confront a global crisis, contend with economic instability and navigate social unrest. The challenge of governance extends beyond policies, procedures, and laws. It requires that each community’s social architecture advance equity rather than hinder it. Public service’s many facets offer opportunities to do just that.

Registration is required. 

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Social Change social justice and advocacy Social justice public administration