Culture Wars: How Countries Perceive Divisions

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Monday, February 7th, 2022

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Description

Tension between rich and poor is seen as a key source of division around the world, but what other factors contribute to culture wars? In this third event in the Munk School / IPSOS / CEVIPOF-Sciences Po, Global Advisory Data Series, panellists will discuss the tensions which global citizens perceive to exist between the rich and poor, by divisions of politics, social class, immigration, and between those with different values.

CEO of Ipsos MORI, Kelly Beaver, will provide data from IPSOS’ Global Advisor Poll and discuss citizens’ perceived culture wars with Professors Lou Safra, Ron Levi, and Peter Loewen.


Speakers

Kelly Beaver
Speaker
CEO, Ipsos MORI (UK and Ireland)

Lou Safra
Speaker
Assistant Professor, CEVIPOF-Sciences Po, Paris

Ron Levi
Speaker
Professor, Munk School and Sociology; Distinguished Professor of Global Justice; and Director, Global Justice Lab, Munk School

Peter Loewen
Moderator
Professor and Director, Munk School


Main Sponsor

Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

Co-Sponsors

IPSOS

CEVIPOF-Sciences Po, Paris


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