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The politics of service delivery: The case of education
Bringing evidence into action, this panel will discuss the political barriers to service delivery in education and how these can be overcome.
Governor Ridwan Kamil of West Java
Facing a complex environment of political pressure and bureaucratic culture Governor Ridwan Kamil of West Java, Indonesia explains how reformist can leaders get elected at the local level, and how they can overcome the challenges of leading reforms.
Is American democracy in danger? How US politics turned tribal and what it means for the future
James Morone puts the current state of American politics in historical perspective and shows what’s new --and what’s not. He explains how old patterns have taken on new forms and reflects on the prospects for democracy in the years ahead.
Report launch: Anchoring accountability for mass atrocities
Join us online for this high-level panel at the UN Office in Geneva to discuss the recommendations of a new report, co-authored by the The Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict, to build and support the UN investigative capacity.
Officially supported trade finance: Challenges and opportunities in times of crisis
Officially-supported export credits play a key role in mobilising financing from private-sector sources, creating catalytic effects. This event with Professor Andreas Klasen will explore how government export credits can intervene for the public benefit in times of crises.
Governing in the climate crisis: how should future leaders prepare?
As the impacts of climate change accelerate, human societies will face a set of cascading and interrelated challenges. This event will assess the challenges we will increasingly encounter and consider how the next generation of leaders can best prepare to navigate them.
Psychologically “wise” interventions: How they can help us understand and solve persistent social problems
Dr Greg Walton (Stanford University) discusses psychologically “wise” interventions, how they work and how we can develop and use wise interventions in diverse contexts to help people flourish.
Saving democracy: A strategy for better government with Frank Luntz
Political pollster and strategist Frank Luntz asks whether the future of democracy in the US is at stake and explores the parallels that can be drawn between the US, the UK and beyond.
Kyoto Prize at Oxford lecture: Bruno Latour
How to react to a change in cosmology
Kyoto Prize at Oxford lecture: Andrew Chi-Chih Yao
A journey through computer science.
Laureates' panel: the Kyoto Prize Laureates in conversation with Ngaire Woods
For this special online session as part of the Kyoto Prize at Oxford, Professor Andrew Chi-Chih Yao, Professor Bruno Latour and Professor Robert G. Roeder join Professor Ngaire Woods to discuss the challenges of academic leadership in extraordinary times.