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The story of a WWII-era encounter between a Jewish woman prisoner and a female SS-guard in a slave-labour camp unravels a challenging question on the meanings and moral significance of death
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.
Insights from Beto Sicupira on why people management matters and how to improve cross-sectoral collaboration
In this online conference, disabled philosophers present their cutting-edge research on disability and social change, and examine the relationship between philosophy of disability and the tradition and discipline of philosophy.
How lessons from COVID-19 can help the public service respond to the major challenges of our time
Examining whether philanthropy is a force for good in international development.
How governments across the world can use data to design public policy, deliver public services and increase bureaucratic effectiveness.
Experts in health, ethics and governance discuss development and delivery of COVID-19 vaccines.
Polling expert Frank Luntz analyses the outcome of the US presidential election
A discussion on the future of remote work in government as the COVID-19 pandemic leads to increased adoption of new working arrangements (part of the PeopleGov Speaker Series)
Climate policy experts interrogate the track record of market-based climate policies and examine their role moving forward
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The Blavatnik School’s flagship conference, bringing together a global, multidisciplinary and cross-sector audience to discuss solutions to some of the world’s toughest challenges.
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