What does China have to do to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060?
Professor Fu Jun of Peking University joins the Blavatnik School's Thomas Hale to discuss his new book – Climate Mitigation and Adaptation in China: Policy, Technology and Market.
Ukraine: What’s at stake?
Join us for a panel discussion on the geopolitical implications of the recent Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Solferino 21: Warfare, civilians and humanitarians in the twenty-first century
To coincide with the launch of Hugo Slim's new book Solferino 21, this panel discussion asks what today’s changes in warfare mean for military ethics and humanitarian aid.
Modi's continued electoral success: what is the secret?
Award-winning journalist Barkha Dutt joins Maya Tudor to discuss the successes of India's Prime Minister.
Women, Power and Property: The Paradox of Gender Equality Laws in India
This event examines how well-designed quotas can operate as a crucial tool to foster equality and benefit the women they are meant to empower in India.
“Deliberative democracy” and “civic engagement” can take many forms and offer ways to strengthen democracy beyond elections. This panel discussion brings together three experts who will introduce the possibilities and the dilemmas.
Outcomes-based funding in education
This Engaging with Evidence session examines the use of outcomes-based funding within education interventions in India.
Germany, the Holocaust, and the postcolonial challenge
This year's Alfred Landecker Memorial Lecture with Norbert Frei will explore the complex history of Germany’s handling of the Nazi past as a project of societal self-enlightenment.
Paul Collier in conversation with Carole Nakhle
Carole Nakhle, Director and Founder of Crystol Energy and an energy economist, reflects on the implications of the energy transition for the Oil and Gas sector.
Nazir Razak in conversation with Professor Ngaire Woods
Nazir Razak, one of Malaysia’s leading public figures who built one of the ASEAN region’s most successful banks joins Professor Ngaire Woods to discuss his new memoir.
Paul Collier in conversation with Tom Butler
Tom Butler, mining sector specialist and former CEO of the International Council on Metals & Mining, shares insights on current challenges that the mining industry is facing.
The Oxford Process on International Law Protections in Cyberspace
Join for this panel discussion and Q&A on the Oxford Process on International Law Protections in Cyberspace, which enshrines points of consensus on the ways international law protects essential services and processes and regulates particular types of cyber operations.