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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.
The Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict (ELAC), in collaboration with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), convened a high-level roundtable with over 20 leadi
Perspectives from Protestantism, Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism, as part of the project on Protestant Political Thought.
How do religious, ethnic and national identities converge in ethnic conflicts between co-religionists – and can religion be used as a resolution tool?
A discussion on how historical treatment of minorities as security threats – and attempts to identify, classify and pacify them – have shaped contemporary European approaches to minorities and counterterrorism.
A discussion on the role of international law in the relationship between contemporary liberal democracies and religious minorities
Exploring Christianity and democratic citizenship in plural societies – part of the Protestant Political Thought Spring Conference
A philosophical and critical account of mechanisms of racism and othering in Western Christian identity – part of the Protestant Political Thought Spring Conference
Brazilians consider corruption as the biggest problem facing their country.