Cadario Lecture on Electoral Reform
Featuring Harvard Kennedy School Faculty Member: Prof Pippa Norris
This is a special invitation for Members of the Harvard Club of Toronto to attend an event organized by the University of Toronto and featuring Harvard Kennedy School faculty member, Prof Pippa Norris.
Would the integrity of the electoral process be served by changing Canada's voting system? What does experience in other nations tell us? How can we ensure that Canadian elections function as true engines of democracy?
Professor Pippa Norris, Director of the Electoral Integrity Project and Harvard Kennedy School faculty member, will answer these and related questions at this critical moment in Canadian history, as legislators prepare recommendations to Parliament that may alter the electoral system that Canada has known since Confederation.
Date: Monday, April 25
Time: 7:00-8:30 pm
Location: Desautels Hall, Rotman School of Management, 105 St. George Street
Admission is free by registration and open to the public.
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This event is possible because of the generous support of Paul Cadario, SPPG Advisory Board member and Senior Fellow at U of T.