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Baroness Catherine Ashton in conversation with Professor Ngaire Woods
Baroness Ashton joins Professor Ngaire Woods to share insights from her diplomatic career following the release of her book: And Then What? Inside Stories of 21st Century Diplomacy.
Thinking about Global Security
This virtual roundtable marks the launch of the Minerva Global Security Programme's new webinar series, co-hosted with the Global Security Programme at Pembroke College.
Trade and climate action: Shifting the paradigm for a just transition and sustainable development
As recognition of the urgency of climate action increases, this webinar brings together leading scholars and practitioners to address the growing need for debate on supporting sustainability in the international trading system.
Rachel Auerbach, cultural genocide and a new conception of victims’ testimonies
The Alfred Landecker Memorial Lecture, delivered by Professor Leora Bilsky, Professor of Law and the Director of the Minerva Center for Human Rights, Tel Aviv University.
From Development to Democracy: The Transformations of Modern Asia
Why have some Asian countries become more democratic as they have grown richer, while others haven’t? In From Development to Democracy, Dan Slater and Joseph Wong offer a sweeping and original answer to this crucial question.
Engaging with evidence: Quality Education India Development Impact Bond
In this session, the Government Outcomes Lab will explore the final results of the Quality Education India Development Impact Bond (DIB).
The role of journalism in disrupting corruption
Jane Bradley, New York Times correspondent, and Mitali Mukherjee, Director of Journalist Programmes at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism discuss the role of news reporting in combatting corruption.
Student life Q&A
Are you applying for one of our graduate programmes? Hear from four of our fantastic MPP students about their experiences of the course, life at the School, and the exciting opportunities available to you as a student at Oxford University.
Philosophy, disability and social change 3
The Philosophy, Disability and Social Change 3 online conference features twenty sessions of presentations by disabled philosophers and their allies, highlighting the diversity and range of approaches to critical philosophical work on disability.
Dr Nematullah Bizhan presents findings from State Fragility, which examines key questions as to the nature of state fragility, policies used to mitigate it, assessment of outcomes, and prospects.
Majorities, minorities, and the future of nationhood
In the launch of this volume, world-leading experts come together to debate the rights of both majorities and minorities in the context of modern democracies.
Ukraine: the future of ethnic and religious diversity
The Alfred Landecker Programme is pleased to host Dr Olga Onuch, Professor Volodymyr Kulyk and Dr Dmytro Vovk for a roundtable on the relationship between Ukrainian national identity and ethnic/religious plurality.