Paul Collier in conversation with Spencer Dale
For the second event in the series 'Managing oil, gas and mining governance in exceptional times' Paul Collier speaks to Spencer Dale, Chief Economist at BP and former Chief Economist of the Bank of England.
Structural religious inequality in Europe?
This two-day workshop, hosted by the Alfred Landecker Programme, will explore the layers of inequality or vulnerability that characterise the experience of religious minorities in Europe.
The Grimsby Alliance - community power and levelling up
Paul Collier, Hilary Cottam and Jason Stockwood, will discuss how we can help create a new narrative of civic entrepreneurship, good work and community flourishing in Grimsby as part of the "Levelling-up regional disparities, inequality and social inclusion" series.
Paul Collier in conversation with Sheila Khama
Sir Paul Collier will be in discussion with former CEO of De Beers Botswana, Sheila Khama.
Philosophy, Disability and Social Change 2 conference
This online conference will comprise 20 sessions of presentations by disabled philosophers and their allies whose cutting-edge research challenges members of the philosophical community to think more critically.
Capitalism: what has gone wrong, what needs to change and how can it be fixed?
A panel discussion with the editors of a special issue of the Oxford Review of Economic Policy as part of the "Levelling-up regional disparities, inequality and social inclusion" series.
Supporting refugees through cross-sector collaborations and innovative financing
This webinar from the Government Outcomes Lab will explore the role of cross-sector collaboration and innovative financing tools in supporting the resettlement of refugees
Inward Conquest: The Political Origins of Modern Public Services
Could understanding the history of public service provision help us to understand the reasons for the operational successes and shortcomings of contemporary public services?
Just and unjust uses of limited force
With US forces having left Afghanistan, and the Biden administration now relying on ‘over the horizon’ capabilities to continue to fight terrorism in the Middle East, this panel discussion explores moral and strategic debates surrounding the use of limited force.
Master of Public Policy Admissions Q&A
This Friday, our admissions team will be available to take your questions on our one-year MPP programme and our brand new two-year Public Policy 1+1, application requirements, the admissions process and life in Oxford.
The state as church and the politics of sacred community
From the Spanish Inquisition to European imperial state formations to US congregational democracy, this seminar will explore the ways in which the Church and religion more broadly have historically given power and legitimacy to modern states.
End State: 9 Ways Society is Broken – and how we can fix it
In this Digital Pathways at Oxford seminar, author James Plunkett argues that right now is a moment not of despair, but of historic opportunity - a chance to rethink, renew, and reform some of the most fundamental ways we organise society.