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This seminar explores the relationships between belief, behaviour and belong in religious and national communities. The event is by invitation only.
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 UN's chief coordinator of humanitarian response discusses what can be done to address the crisis in Yemen.
Examining the role of international law, civil society and the UK domestic response in addressing China’s alleged commission of international crimes in the Xinjiang detention camp
A discussion on the critical role of expanding clean energy access for post-COVID-19 global recovery, and how cross-sectoral collaboration can expand energy access in fragile states.
This one-day conference examines the history of egalitarian theory, the varieties of egalitarian theories, and issues of policy and implementation.
This seminar analyses the influence of religion on political parties and party politics in contemporary democracies. The event is by invitation only.
Please note that this event has been postponed – apologies for any inconvenience caused.
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
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.
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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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