North American Process
Given the recent escalation in COVID-19 (coronavirus) cases, the partners at the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions at Arizona State University, The School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary, the School of Global Studies at Universidad Anáhuac México, in association with The Wilson Center, have undertaken a review of this particular event. It has been determined that this symposium will be postponed.
We apologize for any inconvenience and will look to reschedule this event at a future date.
This cancellation was not done due to a specific risk, but rather because of the weight of risk factors around COVID-19 such as event size, audience composition and travel considerations. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at email@example.com, and we wish you the best of health.
Adapting to Disruption
The Sixth Annual North American Process Symposium
The Watts College for Public Service and Community Solutions at Arizona State University, the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary, and the School of Global Studies at Universidad Anáhuac México, in association with The Wilson Center, are proud to host the Sixth Annual North American Process Symposium: Adapting to Disruption.
In an era of regional trade uncertainty, tensions with China and increased debate on migration, this timely conference brings together policymakers, industry leaders and government officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States to discuss how to strengthen North American competitiveness and security.
With escalating public and political concern regarding the flow of goods, services and people, there is a clear need to promote North American cooperation on trade and security. Discussions at the previous symposia have concluded that business is leading the way to a more integrated and efficient North America. The Sixth Annual North American Process Symposium is a unique forum for policymakers, members of the business community, and academics to discuss recommendations for a more competitive and secure North America.
Through a series of working groups and plenary sessions, attendees will develop specific and realistic recommendations for North American cooperation in the sectors of North American migration, the U.S.-China trade war’s trilateral impact, and the USMCA. These recommendations will be compiled into policy papers and disseminated to policymakers in all three countries to inform policy decisions about the future of North America.