About This Event
Too often, nuclear security is considered to be the realm of scientists and policy specialists, walled off from other areas and beyond the immediate concerns of average Americans. In reality, nuclear security is closely tied to a wide array of issues—from alliances to decolonization to social justice—that affect Americans every day. Join the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and the Truman Center for National Policy for a discussion of why considering nuclear security in a broader context is a policy imperative and why elevating new, diverse voices in dialogues on nuclear security makes America more secure.
This is a hybrid event, meaning attendees are able to attend in person in our conference center but there will be virtual elements. Space is limited.
In-person COVID-19 related safety measures will be followed.
|5:00 pm CT||Doors open|
|5:05 pm||Networking Mixer begins|
|6:00 pm||Livestream begins and welcome remarks|
|6:45 pm||Event adjourns|