MA student Hayden Rasberry’s paper has been selected as one of the finalists in the National Student Paper Competition

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His paper entitled “Evidence Over Stereotypes: Using Data to Address Indigenous Healthcare Inequalities” has been selected as one of the 5 finalists of the 8th National Student Paper Competition organized by the Canada School of Public Service. On October 26, 2021, he will present his paper to a panel of Deputy Ministers who will determine the winner based on the presentation and a question period.

Hayden is an MA student in Public Administration since September 2020. He was previously awarded the admission scholarship, the excellence scholarship, and the Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS).

Congratulations, Hayden! The School of Political Studies wishes you all the best in the competition.

Public launch : Konrad Adenauer Research Chair in Empirical Democracy Studies

Event information

 

Opening Remarks

  • Dr. Martine Lagacé, Associate Vice-President, Research, uOttawa
  • Dr. Norbert Eschborn, Director, KAS Canada
  • Her Excellency Sabine Sparwasser, German Ambassador to Canada
  • Moderated by:  Annika Weikinnis, Project Manager, KAS Canada

 

Conference

  • Dr. Daniel Stockemer, Full Professor, University of Ottawa

 

Inspired by the desire to deepen bilateral relations between Canada and Germany, and the will to seek solutions to societal issues, the University of Ottawa and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) have partnered to promote social science research. On May 1, 2021, this partnership established the Konrad Adenauer Research Chair in Empirical Democracy Studies at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Social Sciences. Named after the “Father of modern Germany,” the chair will be held by Dr. Daniel Stockemer, a professor at the School of Political Studies and a former KAS scholar. It will examine some of the key challenges faced by representative democracies, including the effects of migration on political attitudes and the populist tide that has swept the world.

This launch event will showcase the first results of the chair’s work: a survey conducted in December 2020 on anti-immigration attitudes in Germany, Canada, and the USA. While all three countries place specific emphasis on skilled migration, they differ in every other respect, including their overall philosophy of citizenship. This raises the question of whether the root causes of anti-immigration sentiment are different or identical in the three countries. The event will conclude with a Q&A session.

 

Registration

  • Attendance is free. Registration is required to obtain a ZOOM link.

 

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