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Join our expert panel to discuss the causes of Oxford’s housing and homeless crisis, the efficacy of actions that are being taken, and further steps that can be taken to address it
A lecture on Leo Tolstoy's criticisms of attempts to make war more humane through international law
A discussion on how governments should approach industrial policy and an examination of these policies in the context of the climate crisis
Join leading academic voices to explore issues contributing to better government. Please note this event is taking place in Tel Aviv.
Examining the evolving relationship between the Chinese Communist Party and government institutions
Sir Malcolm Rifkind examines whether the West is in decline and if we are heading towards an authoritarian future
Save the date for the Blavatnik School's flagship conference
How a governmental auditing programme in Brazil shed light on ways to create state capacity to fight corruption
In conversation with Andrés Velasco, dean of the LSE School of Public Policy and former Chilean finance minister
Thuli Madonsela discusses the structural inequalities that have persisted in South Africa despite policy commitments
A talk from the World Bank's Director of Development Economics
A discussion on whether new data can really change the world (University of Oxford alumni only)
The School will be open to the public 10:00–15:00 on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 September
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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.