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As the Biden administration makes several key changes to U.S. immigration policy, including an end to the so-called Muslim ban, halting border wall construction and putting a temporary hold on deportations, experts examine the priorities and what they might imply for the evolution of U.S. immigration and refugee policy.


Which psychosocial interventions are effective and why? How can we create meaningful psychosocial support for displaced populations in humanitarian contexts? Join Batten Professor Kirsten Gelsdorf and Associate Professor Amanda Nguyen present their findings from a systematic review and meta-analysis to the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).


In this conversation hosted by UVA's Miller Center, join Batten Professor Professor Margaret Foster Riley and experts for a critical discussion about how the new Biden Administration will adjust the country’s response, vaccine efforts, the current wave, and more.


The inaugural Democracy Dialogues event, offered virtually, includes former cybersecurity chief Christopher Krebs, CNN’s Don Lemon and Paul Begala, Lincoln Project board member and scholar Tara Setmayer and others.


In this conversation hosted by UVA's Miller Center, Richard Haass, veteran diplomat and the current president of the Council on Foreign Relations, talks with Todd Sechser of the Democracy Initiative's Statecraft Lab about his new book The World: A Brief Introduction,


Join Siva and Will for a live recording of Democracy in Danger, a new podcast from UVA's Deliberative Media Lab.


On the day after the 2020 presidential election, three Miller Center experts examine the results by looking at exit polling and analyzing state data to see what it reveals about the electorate. Which issues seemed to dominate? Where were the critical districts that decided the election? 


Co-sponsored by UVA's Miller Center and Batten's Global Policy Center, join us as the 2020 Ambassador William C. Battle Symposium on American Diplomacy explores one of the defining issues of our day: immigration.


As the coronavirus pandemic continues to take its toll on the well-being of all members of our community, it is even more crucial that we continue to find regular moments of peace, reflection, and contemplative connection with each other. Join us as Dean Solomon leads a five minute meditation for the UVA and Charlottesville community. 


Virginia Sen. Jennifer McClellan ’97 will offer a glimpse into the real-world and challenging task of policymaking to address racial inequities.

McClellan, who has served in the Virginia General Assembly since 2006, is a Democratic gubernatorial candidate for the 2021 election. If elected, she will be the first woman to serve as governor of Virginia, and the first Black female governor in the nation.