FEFS | Disinformation in American Elections Part I: Election Officials ♥ ✚

FEFS | Disinformation in American Elections Part I: Election Officials  Wednesday, October 6 at 12:15pm to 1:15pm  Virtual Event Countering the Risk of Disinformation in American Elections: How Big a Problem Is It and What Should Be Done? This three-part online lunch series hosted by the Fair Elections and Free Speech Center at UCI Law explores the [...]

FEFS | Disinformation in American Elections Part I: Election Officials ♥ ✚2021-07-20T08:58:08-07:00

FEFS | Election Subversion: Is American Democracy in Danger? ♥ ✚

FEFS | Election Subversion: Is American Democracy in Danger?  Friday, September 24 at 9:00am to 12:00pm  Virtual Event This half-day virtual conference considers a new danger to American democracy that emerged during the 2020 election season: the risk to the fair counting and certification of votes. The Fair Elections and Free Speech Center at UCI Law brings [...]

FEFS | Election Subversion: Is American Democracy in Danger? ♥ ✚2021-07-20T08:52:06-07:00

FEFS | Global Elections I ✚

FEFS | Global Elections I  Wednesday, September 1 at 12:15pm to 1:15pm  Virtual Event Threats to the fairness of elections, and the open debate that democracies require, have not been limited to the United States. Already in 2021, several elections worldwide have shown the challenges to a fair ballot in the digital age. We will kick off [...]

FEFS | Global Elections I ✚2021-07-20T08:52:26-07:00

FEFS | Is the U.S. Constitution Up to the Task of Preserving American Democracy? ♥ ✚

FEFS | Is the U.S. Constitution Up to the Task of Preserving American Democracy?  Thursday, September 9 at 12:00pm to 1:15pm  Virtual Event   This virtual event hosted by the Fair Elections and Free Speech Center at UCI Law brings together three provocative and deeply thoughtful constitutional scholars pondering the question, “Is the U.S. Constitution Up to [...]

FEFS | Is the U.S. Constitution Up to the Task of Preserving American Democracy? ♥ ✚2021-07-20T08:53:31-07:00

Speech Spotlight Live! | When the University Speaks, What Should It Say? ♥

When the University Speaks, What Should It Say? TUESDAY, MARCH 23 - 12:00 PM PT / 3:00 PM ET   Cerri Banks 2020-2021 Center Fellow; Dean of Students and VP for Student Affairs, Skidmore College       Sigal Ben-Porath Professor of Education, University of Pennsylvania     Colleges and universities are often called upon to speak [...]

Speech Spotlight Live! | When the University Speaks, What Should It Say? ♥2021-03-11T11:25:45-08:00

Inclusive Excellence Forum ♥ ★ ✚

Office of Inclusive Excellence invites the UCI community to hear updates about inclusive excellence action plans for the campus, and to dialogue on key issues for student, postdoctoral scholar, faculty, staff, and community success. Please join us to enjoy in this interactive dialogue and to help shape priorities to support diversity, equity, inclusion, and free [...]

Inclusive Excellence Forum ♥ ★ ✚2020-11-04T09:23:16-08:00

2020-2021 Application | Valuing Open and Inclusive Conversation and Engagement (VOICE) Initiative ♥

The UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement is pleased to share the application for the 2020-2021 Valuing Open and Inclusive Conversation and Engagement (VOICE) Initiative. VOICE provides funding for UC students, staff and faculty who are interested in conducting research or coordinating programs and activities that further the mission of the Center. [...]

2020-2021 Application | Valuing Open and Inclusive Conversation and Engagement (VOICE) Initiative ♥2020-12-17T14:48:50-08:00

Freedom of the Press Under Fire ♥

Freedom of the Press Under Fire UCI Office of Global Engagement has been hosting a series of webinars this year to address a number of timely international topics. The webinar on November 16 will explore the role of journalism in the world today, and the increase in attacks on journalists and the outlets they represent. [...]

Freedom of the Press Under Fire ♥2020-10-29T15:03:10-07:00

A Play About Flags: A Live Zoom Reading of a New Play ♥

What is the significance of a national flag? Does its symbolic meaning change during a war? During a time of crisis, is a national flag to be reverenced or despised, protected or destroyed?  In A Play About Flags, two Iranian women work in a flag factory in Tehran amidst escalating tensions between Iran and the US [...]

A Play About Flags: A Live Zoom Reading of a New Play ♥2020-11-05T09:29:39-08:00

Chancellor Howard Gillman | Free Speech in Our Scholarly Community ♥

Dear Fellow Anteaters: As we start an exciting new academic year, I want to share some thoughts on the protections and norms of free speech on our campus. I deeply believe that it is possible to have robust free speech while treating each other with mutual respect. Freedom of speech is a bedrock value of [...]

Chancellor Howard Gillman | Free Speech in Our Scholarly Community ♥2020-10-07T09:45:52-07:00
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