Budget well, do your research and don’t give up! Thinking creatively to fund your year on the Master of Public Policy
Securing funding for your master's can be stressful. MPP alumna Nina Bengtsson (2021) explains how she obtained funding from a range of different sources and shares tips on how to navigate this process.
"Most entities setting net zero targets not yet on track" says Thomas Hale from COP27
Thomas Hale, who co-heads Oxford's Net Zero Tracker, says that the United Nations’ High Level Expert Group (HLEG) report shows a clear set of best practices for companies to "get on the right side of this transition".
In the media
Supreme Court ruling: Why a de-facto independence referendum is irrelevant and politicians must decide on lawful indyref2 route
Opinion piece by Ciaran Martin after the Supreme Court ruled that the Scottish government cannot hold an independence referendum without the UK government consent.
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Philosophy, Disability and Social Change 3
The Philosophy, Disability and Social Change 3 online conference features twenty sessions of presentations by disabled philosophers and their allies, highlighting the diversity and range of approaches to critical philosophical work on disability.
Rachel Auerbach, cultural genocide and a new conception of victims’ testimonies
The Alfred Landecker Memorial Lecture, delivered by Professor Leora Bilsky, Professor of Law and the Director of the Minerva Center for Human Rights, Tel Aviv University.
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