[Webinar series] 2021 Conversations - connection and disconnection
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2021 Conversations - connection and disconnection
The RegNet Conversations series is a keystone event bringing together expertise across the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet). On RegNet’s 20th anniversary, we come together for the theme of Connection and Disconnection.
RegNet is a hub where we collaborate between disciplines to understand how governance and regulation are shaped by connections and disconnections across systems and actors. COVID-19 has redefined the meaning of connection and disconnection; the global pandemic has disconnected us in ways we could not imagine but despite that, we keep finding new ways to connect. Conversations 2021 will host a series of panels aiming to illuminate how connections and disconnections shape outcomes across domains including justice, welfare, and trade.
In three separate panel events, leading experts from across the social sciences will consider questions around the role relationships play in regulation and governance, how current understandings of the regulatory welfare state would benefit from stronger interdisciplinary connections, and how strategic competition is reshaping the prospects for global governance.
Register below for each webinar in the series:
Webinar 1 - Relationality in a complex world
Tuesday 12 October | 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Speakers: Miranda Forsyth (Facilitator), Mary Graham, Felicity Gray, Mary Ivec and Ibi Losoncz.
View Webinar 1 panel details and webinar registration here.
Webinar 2 - The regulatory state across terrains of governance
Tuesday 19 October | 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Speakers: Anna Fieldhouse, Jenna Harb, Kate Henne (Facilitator), Walter Johnson, Veronica Taylor and Anthea Vogl.
View Webinar 2 panel details and webinar registration here.
Webinar 3 - Global Connections and Disconnections: Markets, State, Earth
Tuesday 26 October | 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Speakers: Christian Downie (Facilitator), Peter Drahos, Anthea Roberts, Jensen Sass, Alexander San Martim Portes and Dirk van de Kley.