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Jonathan Wolff's piece on what it is like to be an assimilated, secular Jew in England in the current times.
Rafat al-Akhali, convenor of the Council on State Fragility, writes about the radical shift needed from development finance institutions, their shareholders, private sector entities and governments and civil society groups to truly scale up investments in fragile contexts.
A paper on COVID-19 and authoritarianism, co-authored by Jonathan Wolff with Anna Petherick, Maya Tudor and two research assistants on the Alfred Landecker Programme (David Elitzer and Katie Tyner)
Jonathan Wolff argues that the moral character of our leaders will be revealed in how they address the long-term effects of the pandemic.
Jonathan Wolff asks when is it morally acceptable for one person to subject another to risk in the context of the pandemic.
Democracy is a battle of ideas, but one that depends on treating opponents as legitimate adversaries not treasonous enemies, writes Jonathan Wolff.
The Access to COVID-19 Tools Accelerator (ACT-A) is a multistakeholder initiative quickly constructed in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic to respond to the breakdown in global cooperation.
DPhil student Jocelyn Perry co-authored a piece with Ben Abraham (DPhil 2015) looking at the legacy of COP26 and how the international community can build on the promises made in Glasgow.
Jonathan Wolff, Alfred Landecker Professor of Values and Public Policy, has been announced as the recipient of the 2021 Miladin Životić Award for Critical Engagement.