DAUK Oxford will be hosting a discussion with John Surico, a Journalist who has been featured in the New York Times, Vice, Citylab, and Oxford Urbanist, discussing how we can reimagine urban spaces after COVID-19. There will be a moderated discussion followed by a Q/A. Join us on June 8th at 7PM BST. Please register here and you will be sent the Zoom information the morning of the event.John Surico is a journalist and urban planning researcher. His reporting can be found in The New York Times, CityLab, VICE and numerous other outlets, where he primarily writes about cities, transit and open space. Previously, he was a research fellow at Center for an Urban Future, a leading think tank in New York, and taught undergraduate journalism at NYU. He is currently pursuing an MSc at University College London's The Bartlett in Transport and City Planning. He is based in Oxford, UK.
Join us via Zoom for a virtual lunch to hear how we can see Joe Biden win the White House and help Democrats take back the Senate and keep control of the House! Get an update about what is going on back home and with Democrats Abroad. The polls are looking good, but November 3 is still five months away.
Democrats have to work every day to get out the vote and end Republican control of Washington.
To RSVP and get the Zoom link, email womenscaucus@democratsabroad.
Join us via Zoom for a discussion with Ambassador [ret.] Jimmy Kolker, an expert in Global Health Security.
Amb. Kolker will take us through the U.S.'s traditional role in the global health community drawing on his experience at the state department, UNICEF and as Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs at the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). He will then touch on how this has been eroded leaving us unprepared for COVID-19. Finally, we will discuss the prospects for a new Democratic administration on global health leadership in light of the current pandemic.
With hugely consequential elections taking place in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has never been a more important time to stand up for our voting rights.
Please join this DA Voter Protection action, co-hosted with DAUK Voter Registration, to raise our voices to help ensure that all American citizens, at home and abroad, can participate in safe and fair elections.
Actions will focus on: saving the USPS, promoting vote by mail, early and safe in-person voting for Americans at home, ballot returns via email and a web portal for Americans overseas.
Further details will be sent via email announcement so watch this space for more information or contact: voterprotection@
Sunday June 21, 1-3:30 p.m.
Current Events for 90 minutes. FREE CHOICE Book for 60 minutes: Read any book you choose.
Tuesday June 23, 6:30-9 p.m.. Same details as above.
For more details, including login info for the Zoom meetings, current event questions, study guide questions, and book reviews, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us to socialize with your fellow Oxford chapter members. It will be a chance to commiserate, talk about our experiences of the city at this time, and discuss opportunities for activism and carrying on our important work in light of the situation. Together we can find ways to help overseas Americans to vote even in these trying times.
Please register at the link below by June 23rd and Democrats Abroad UK members will be sent the Zoom link via email the morning of the event.