Hosted by the Luskin School of Public Affairs
This virtual event launches the 2022 Luskin Summit with a keynote presentation and four breakout sessions on topical issues, plus a closing panel discussion centered around the Los Angeles mayoral race.
• Ridehail Without Riders — Cruising, Parking and Racial Bias
• From Homelessness to Social Housing: Policy in a Time of Plenty
• How the Pandemic Exacerbated Systemic Class and Racial Inequality
• Designing Cooler Cities in the Face of Extreme Heat
Subsequent Luskin Summit 2022 events will include the following:
February-April: Online webinars on various topics, many with a global perspective.
Mid- to late-April: In-person presentation by Zev Yaroslavsky of the Luskin School about the results of the 7th annual Quality of Life Index, plus a closing panel discussion centered around the history and impact of California’s governors.
- Details about the keynote speaker, some session topics and participants in the various panel discussions will be released closer to the event dates.
- Compliance with UCLA and Los Angeles County COVID-19 health and safety protocols will be required during all in-person events.