The Heywood Lecture: The future of economic statecraft
The invasion of Ukraine has witnessed the use of economic statecraft on an unprecedented scale. With geopolitical competition becoming more intense, many are asking what the future role of such statecraft will be.
Professor Dame Angela McLean in conversation with Dean Ngaire Woods
Six months after taking office as the Government Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Dame Angela McLean returns to the Blavatnik School where she once taught and is in conversation with Dean Ngaire Woods.
Dame Margaret Hodge in conversation with Professor Carolyn Heinrich
In this session, Professor Carolyn Heinrich will discuss the challenge of holding public-private partnerships to account with Dame Margaret Hodge.
Social Outcomes Conference 2023
Showcasing the latest thinking from academic research alongside insights across disciplines and policy areas, the Social Outcomes Conference is the annual convening of the world's leading researchers, policymakers and practitioners working to improve social outcomes.
Corruption in political party finance
This panel discussion looks at reform proposals currently promoted by civil society in the UK and discuss the difficulties inherent in reform of political finance, both in the UK and globally.
Overcoming the oppressors
For the launch of this new book, Professor Robert I. Rotberg joins Dr Annette Idler to share insights from the stages of the complicated fight for freedom against oppression in southern Africa.
Case method for public policy
This annual workshop is for faculty at schools of government, leadership, and public policy looking to develop the skills of case method teaching.
What the world needs to learn from India’s digital transformation
Join Nandan Nilekani as he explains India’s digital transformation journey enabling a technology-led model for a nation’s growth that is collaborative, equitable, and democratises opportunity.
Samaaj, Sarkaar, Bazaar: A citizen-first approach
In this workshop, author and philanthropist Rohini Nilekani will discuss why it is important for the state, market and society to work together to create an equitable society.
Perpetual war and international law
This virtual workshop, organised by Just Security in collaboration with the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict will consider the next phase of the global ‘war on terror’ and how it ends.
The International Law Protections against Cyber Operations Targeting the Healthcare Sector
The Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict is hosting a hybrid event to mark the launch of its recently published report, ‘The International Law Protections against Cyber Operations Targeting the Healthcare Sector’.
The future of global security
In the final installment of the Minerva Global Security Programme's webinar series, Dr Annette Idler is in conversation with a distinguished panel to discuss the challenges that lie ahead for global security and consider potential solutions.
Driving Digital Transformation: Lessons from Seven Developing Countries
This event marks the publication of Driving Digital Transformation: Lessons from Seven Developing Countries which gives a ringside seat on the efforts of seven developing countries’ early steps to reform the economy – and the government – using digital technologies.