The world found nothing sacred in the abstract nakedness of being human
Join us for this lecture delivered by Professor Anne Phillips, Emeritus Professor in the Department of Government, London School of Economics where she explores what we can nonetheless retrieve from the notion that all of us are human.
Blavatnik Election Briefings: Russia votes
Join Dean Ngaire Woods in conversation with Sergei Guriev, Provost of Sciences Po, Paris as they discuss the election and the impact on Russia and the wider global landscape of another Putin presidency.
Book Launch: Wellbeing - Science and Policy
Join us for the launch of Richard Layard and Jan-Emmanuel de Neve's new book Wellbeing: Science and Policy, which shows how wellbeing can be measured, what causes it and how it can be improved.
Political theologies of enmity: time and the other
This conference will consider the shaping of time and the enmity in political theology and ways in which communities move through the making and unmaking of enemies.
Reconciliation: a political possibility?
This lecture will reflect on political dimensions to reconciliation: the role of the state, the distance between state institutions and religious actors in processes of fact-finding and reconciliation, and how the disintegration of such efforts impact on how an apology might be received by historically disadvantaged peoples.
Algorithms of War: The Use of AI in Armed Conflict
Join our expert panel, moderated by Professor Janina Dill, Dame Louise Richardson Chair in Global Security, to examine how artificial intelligence is fundamentally reshaping the dynamics and ethics of war.
Blavatnik Book Talks: J. L. Austin — Philosopher and D-Day Intelligence Officer
Join us at this open discussion of Dr Rowe’s new biography of J L Austin—a fascinating figure, who was both one of the leading philosophers of the 20th Century and a crucial figure in the history of military intelligence.
Blavatnik Election Briefings: Indonesia votes
This panel discussion aims to explore the complexities of the Indonesian election, its global implications, and the lessons it can offer for our understanding of democracy.
Costa Rica's Trail
This panel event brings together leading experts and policymakers to explore how Costa Rica, a global leader in environmental protection and social progress, has successfully balanced economic growth with sustainability and peace, and the challenges that remain.
Join us for an event featuring leaders from the PTI, PML(N) and PPP as we delve into Pakistan's recent elections, exploring expectations, realities, and the path forward.
Call for presentations: OxCGRT seminar series on COVID-19 policy responses - spring 2024
The OxCGRT Seminar Series aims to provide an platform for scholars working on COVID-19 responses, offering an opportunity to present and discuss their ongoing research work as well as to connect with the broader research community.
Blavatnik Election Briefings: Pakistan votes
Join a panel of experts, moderated by Maya Tudor, as they explore the key issues that will determine Pakistan’s future following the election.
Blavatnik Book Talks: Our Future: A Green Manifesto for Latin America and the Caribbean
Iván Duque, former President of Colombia, is presenting his newest book "Our Future: A Green Manifesto for Latin America and the Caribbean". The talk is moderated by Dr Juan Pablo Orjuela, Senior Research Associate and Executive Education Programme Director at the University of Oxford Transport Studies Unit, and introduced by Karthik Ramanna.
Book an individual 30 minute phone or video consultation with Recruitment Manager Victoria Reeves, who will answer any questions about the Rising Public Leaders Programme, review your CV and discuss your professional experience and eligibility for the programme.
Book an individual 30 minute phone or video consultation with Recruitment Manager Victoria Reeves, who will answer any questions about the Executive Public Leaders Programme, review your CV and discuss your professional experience and eligibility for the programme.
Alfred Landecker Holocaust Memorial Event
The Alfred Landecker Holocaust Memorial Event is delivered in partnership with the Alfred Landecker Foundation to mark United Nations Holocaust Remembrance Day. The event is an integral part of the Alfred Landecker Programme at the Blavatnik School of Government, which investigates the rights and interests of minorities and vulnerable groups.
Satirical strategies: exposing corruption with humour
Twin drivers for global policy – Lessons from national and global governance in harnessing digitalisation and sustainability
The Blavatnik School of Government and Caixin Media will hold the Caixin & Oxford Symposium on Digital Transformation and Sustainable Development.