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Lecture and Q&A with chemist Ching Tang, whose discovery of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) revolutionised the field of display technology. Part of the Kyoto Prize at Oxford 2021.
The Kyoto Prize Laureates share their perspectives on achieving excellence and instigating change across disciplines. Part of the Kyoto Prize at Oxford 2021.
Lecture and Q&A with astrophysicist James Gunn, whose pioneering work on the Sloan Digital Sky Survey led to the creation of detailed three-dimensional maps of the universe. Part of the Kyoto Prize at Oxford 2021.
Lecture and Q&A with theatre director Ariane Mnouchkine, who has been producing masterpieces with historical and political themes over many decades. Part of the Kyoto Prize at Oxford 2021.
Dame Sally Davies and Progessor Ngaire Woods explore two of the biggest global health challenges of our time
A discussion on the role of international law in the relationship between contemporary liberal democracies and religious minorities
A virtual discussion on how to strengthen accountability for crimes and violations affecting children in conflict in partnership with Save the Children
An examination of how to build fairness into machine learning, ensuring that AI does not reflect and exacerbate existing biases and inequality in our societies
Eminent economist Dambisa Moyo reflects on how corporate governance can adapt in response to global challenges in the post-COVID world
How can digital platforms enable women's voices to contribute to the governance of the future of work?
Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede shares challenges, triumphs and leadership lessons from his experience turning one of Nigeria's smallest and most crisis-prone banks into one of the biggest and strongest banks in the country
Leading academics share their perspectives on capitalism in this three-part webinar series
Examining white Christian nationalism in American political life. This event is by invitation only.
Examining the reasons for low mobile money adoption in Niger, despite the substantial levels of demand. This seminar is part of the 'New Frontiers of Digital Governance' seminar series.
Exploring Christianity and democratic citizenship in plural societies – part of the Protestant Political Thought Spring Conference
A philosophical and critical account of mechanisms of racism and othering in Western Christian identity – part of the Protestant Political Thought Spring Conference
Academics and practitioners in global health, bioethics and political philosophy explore global health justice in light of the pandemic and vast disparities in health prospects across the globe
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