Register now for Professor Harold Hongju Koh's public lecture on the Biden administration and international law.
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Join AI and technology experts Eric Schmidt and James Manyika for a discussion on AI and national security.
The Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict is pleased to host a webinar to celebrate the launch of their Cyber Due Diligence Report.
Dambsa Moyo discusses her latest book, How Boards Work and How They Can Work Better in a Chaotic World, looking at the role of corporations in a post-COVID world.
Dr Alexis Artaud de la Ferrière will present his research on the role of Catholicism in post-colonial nation-building in the Maghrib.
Dr Tina Magazinni will present her research on the tension between different types of rights and on how categories of inclusion/exclusion are created and maintained in different socio-legal contexts.
From the Spanish Inquisition to European imperial state formations to US congregational democracy, this seminar will explore the ways in which the Church and religion more broadly have historically given power and legitimacy to modern states.
This online conference will comprise 20 sessions of presentations by disabled philosophers and their allies whose cutting-edge research challenges members of the philosophical community to think more critically.
This two-day workshop, hosted by the Alfred Landecker Programme, will explore the layers of inequality or vulnerability that characterise the experience of religious minorities in Europe.
A discussion on the effects of digitalisation on constitutional privacy drawing from the experiences of the South African government in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Watch Thomas Hale discuss how COP26 might unfold as countries convene in Glasgow to determine significant actions to address the climate crisis.
Dambisa Moyo and Karthik Ramanna discuss how governments can support responsible business. As part of GO Lab's Social Outcomes Conference 2021.
Joseph Stiglitz's keynote speech followed by a panel discussion. As part of GO Lab's Social Outcomes Conference 2021.
Hear from four of the world's most thoughtful public leaders on how we can rise to the major challenges of our time.
How do religious, ethnic and national identities converge in ethnic conflicts between co-religionists – and can religion be used as a resolution tool?
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.
The Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government is joined by one of Britain's most renowned historians.
Join former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown as he sets out his agenda for the forthcoming G7 Summit.
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