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Kyoto Prize at Oxford lecture: Robert G. Roeder
Regulation of transcription in animal cells: a 50-year journey revealing an expanding universe of factors and mechanisms.
Politics of Muslim Societies
This one-day symposium includes two roundtables on the politics of Muslim societies to mark the publication of the Oxford Handbook of Politics in Muslim Societies.
Gambling on Development: Why some countries win and others lose
Building on three decades’ experience across around 40 countries, Stefan Dercon's new book asks why some countries have prospered in reducing poverty and transforming their economies, while others have failed?
Saving a dissident with law and diplomacy
How can a government lawyer extract a Chinese human rights activist from the US embassy in Beijing without blowing up relations with China?
Will Marshall (Founder of Planet Labs) in conversation with Professor Ngaire Woods
Join Dr Will Marshall, Co-Founder and CEO of Planet Labs for a discussion with Ngaire Woods on his work leading the world in public earth imaging and providing vital data for research from humanitarian action through to the fight against climate change.
Innovative financing for future pandemic preparedness
This roundtable discussion explores how innovative financing could ensure more effective pandemic preparation and equitable access to the fruits of scientific progress during healthcare emergencies.
Ecosystem readiness for outcomes-based partnerships
This Engaging with Evidence session will explore the key conditions and competencies that enable the successful delivery of outcomes-based partnerships.
Christian identity in national, transnational and local space
Perspectives from Protestantism, Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism, as part of the project on Protestant Political Thought.
Orthodox political theology between national identity and empire
Ukrainian scholar and priest Cyril Hovorun explains how Orthodoxy is shaping politics and political theology in Russia and Eastern Europe. The lecture is followed by a roundtable to discuss the use of Orthodoxy in the Russo-Ukrainian war.
Whose vaccine is it anyway? Category prioritisation and gender in the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine
What are the persistent gender barriers that continue to shape and exacerbate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic? An event co-hosted by the Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker and the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy.
Ukraine: the economic impact
The next in the Blavatnik School's series exploring the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine will bring together experts to examine the economic consequences of the war.
What have we learned from tracking every COVID-19 policy for the last two years?
On the occasion of its second anniversary, the OxCGRT team will present the latest trends from their data, discuss what matters most about COVID-19 now, and what it’s like to be volunteering behind the scenes of the only live COVID-19 policy tracker in the world.