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The All Party Parliament Group on Drones (APPG) has today released a major report of the two-year Inquiry on ‘The UK’s use of armed drones: Working with partners’. Dapo Akande, Professor of Public
Work on special economic zones for refugee employment by Paul Collier, professor of economics and public policy at the Blavatnik School, and Alexander Betts, Leopold Muller Professor of forced migr
Anna Petherick, postdoctoral research fellow for the Building Integrity Programme, has won a John Fell Fund Small award in the latest funding round.
Tom Simpson recorded the podcast 'Would a second referendum disrespect the first?' for Briefings for Brexit - an analysis of the legi
The 2018 STI Forum was held at the United Nations' headquarters in New York.
Digital technology is transforming the shape and business of governments in both developed countries and developing. The Government in a Digital Age workshop, which took place at the Blavatnik Scho
Read the summary of the workshop held on 3rd and 4th May 2018 that convened experts on anti-corruption and public integrity.
Pathways for Prosperity co-hosted an event with the Center for Global Development entitled: “What Will Automation and Artificial Intelligence Mean for Comparative Advantage and Supply Chains in the
Joint conference with the Institute of State Governance Studies, Peking University.