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Perspectives from Protestantism, Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism
How should the UK use its G7 presidency to respond to COVID-19, and what should be the future of the global health agenda after the pandemic? Leading experts and policymakers discuss.
A discussion on how historical treatment of minorities as security threats – and attempts to identify, classify and pacify them – have shaped contemporary European approaches to minorities and counterterrorism.
A book panel on the causes and consequences of British and American imperialism upon Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America – from formal colonialism to the most recent US war on Iraq
This event has been cancelled.
An examination of how to build fairness into machine learning, ensuring that AI does not reflect and exacerbate existing biases and inequality in our societies
A virtual discussion on how to strengthen accountability for crimes and violations affecting children in conflict in partnership with Save the Children
A discussion on the role of international law in the relationship between contemporary liberal democracies and religious minorities
Dame Sally Davies and Progessor Ngaire Woods explore two of the biggest global health challenges of our time
Lecture and Q&A with theatre director Ariane Mnouchkine, who has been producing masterpieces with historical and political themes over many decades. Part of the Kyoto Prize at Oxford 2021.
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