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Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era, Think Global, Act Local
Following the recent publication of her book Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era, Think Global, Act Local, Dr Nina Hall joins Emily Jones to discuss how mass digital mobilisation through digital advocacy organisations is rapidly shaping public opinion on a range of transnational policy issues.
Oxford Open Doors at the Blavatnik School of Government
The School's building will be open for self-guided tours as part of Oxford Open Doors.
How do we make things happen on the ground? Mara Airoldi in conversation with Stefan Dercon
Professor Stefan Dercon shares insights on achieving consensus throughout the policy process to improve outcomes from his decades of experience conducting research and advising governments.
Social Outcomes Conference 2022
This year's Social Outcomes Conference explores how government could collaborate with the voluntary, social and private sectors to develop, manage and evaluate shared social outcomes.
Constitutional process in Chile: Citizen participation and advocacy impact
Just three days before the final referendum for a new constitution in Chile, this webinar will present what are the essential elements of the Chilean constitutional process and the citizen's perspectives.
PeopleGov international conference
The PeopleGov Lab brings together policymakers, academics, and practitioners, from the public and private sectors for its first international conference to discuss the future of public service in the twenty-first century.
Case method for public policy: connecting teaching and research
For faculty at schools of government, leadership, and public policy looking to develop the skills of case method teaching and to use cases to bring their research into the classroom.
Consciousness and free will within the modern physical worldview
For this lecture, neuroscientist Dr Christof Koch will discuss progress achieved in locating the footprints of such conscious experiences to the posterior part of the cerebral cortex, the outermost layer of the brain, introducing a general theory of consciousness, Integrated Information Theory.
The political economy of US polarisation
This talk will examine the developing role of polarisation through the lenses of different political/economic interests and two types of conceptual frameworks: worldviews regarding government and class interests, and a contrast between class-oriented as opposed to ethnic/racial identities.
Relief Chief: Mark Lowcock in conversation with Calum Miller
Mark Lowcock joins Calum Miller to discuss his new book Relief Chief, a behind-the-scenes account of his experience as the world’s most senior humanitarian official – the UN Relief Chief.
Transforming the War on Drugs
This roundtable discussion challenges conventional thinking around the global war on drugs to understand the local impacts of the war.
Reimagining capitalism for a world on fire
Professor Rebecca Henderson discusses the findings of her new book, which attempts to reimagine capitalism so that it is not only an engine of prosperity but also a system that is in harmony with environmental realities, striving for social justice, and the demands of truly democratic institutions.