Governing in an age of discontent

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Rothschild Boulevard, 45, Tel Aviv, Israel
Open to the public
Free
03
December 2019
Discussion

Please note this event is not hosted at the Blavatnik School.

Are you motivated to improve public service in your country? Join leading academic voices and a diverse group of public leaders to explore issues contributing to better government and public policy around the world. This talk invites you to engage with a topic central to public service in the next decade: how do governments respond to change and uncertainty in an age of discontent?

Speakers include Professor Daniel Chamovitz, President of Ben Gurion University; Professor Yuli Tamir, President of Shenkar College; with a welcome from The British Ambassador to Israel, Mr Neil Wigan. The event will be chaired by Professor Raymond Dwek, Director of the Glycobiology Institute at University of Oxford, and moderated by Professor Karthik Ramanna, Director of the Master of Public Policy at Blavatnik School of Government.

Find out more about world-class public policy education at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford.