The U.K. launched reforms of its social security system in 2010. The struggles some have encountered as a result are embodied in the critically acclaimed film,
‘I, Daniel Blake’
A film screening followed by a panel discussion and reception.
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Flom Auditorium – Walsh Library
Film Screening: 5:30-7pm
Panel Discussion: 7-7:45pm
Walsh Library Lobby
All are welcome!
Free and open to the public.
Film screening with closed captioning
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Robert Brent: Professor of Economics at Fordham and an expert in cost-benefit analysis.
Katie Jajtner: Ph.D candidate in Economics at Fordham.
Eileen McGinn: Public health professional with 27 years of experience in global health and 20 years working in NYC with older adults, immigrants, and people with disabilities.
Darryl McLeod: Associate Professor of Economics, consultant to UNDP and UN DESA on migration and remittances as humanitarian assistance post-conflict and post natural disasters.
Santiago Sordo Palacios: Senior Mathematics-Economics major in the FCRH Honors Program with interests in labor, development, game theory, and political economy.
Organized by the Faculty Working Group on Disability with funding from the Provost Office. The event is cosponsored by the Center for International Policy Studies and the International Political Economy and Development Department.
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