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Considering the parallels between the 1930s and the 2020s and how to counter authoritarianism and hostility towards minorities in tolerant democratic societies
Welcoming the 2019 Kyoto Prize laureates for a series of public lectures and celebratory events
This two-day workshop, hosted by the Case Centre on Public Leadership, is for faculty at policy schools looking at ways to further bridge research and teaching.
Examining how behavioural sciences can improve decision making inside government – open to University of Oxford members only
Exploring the policy landscape of cash transfers with the Chief Operating Officer of GiveDirectly
Join four scholars as they share results from this one-of-a-kind research project.
Join three European alumni to discuss public policy and the MPP remotely
Zainab Usman discusses her report on harnessing the potential of digital technologies for all
Hear from the four local candidates for the Oxford West and Abingdon constituency
Insights on the Global War on Terrorism from a leading national security expert
Join leading academic voices to explore issues contributing to better government. Please note this event is taking place in Tel Aviv.
A discussion on how governments should approach industrial policy and an examination of these policies in the context of the climate crisis
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The Blavatnik School’s annual conference, bringing together a global, multidisciplinary and cross-sector audience to discuss solutions to some of the world’s toughest challenges.