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1909: The People's Budget
4 Degrees and Beyond International Climate Conference
Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age
Afghanistan’s displaced people (Forced Migration Review 46)
African Studies Centre
Annual Oxford Fulbright Distinguished Lectures in International Relations
Anthropology
Archaeology
Beyond boundaries: research worth sharing
Big Questions For The Future
Blurring the lines: the changing dynamics between man and machine
Border Criminologies
Building a Business
Business and the Environment - A conference from the Said Business School, University of Oxford
Can emerging technologies save the world? Hilary Term Seminar Series 2012
Centre for International Studies Podcasts
Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
Centre for the Study of African Economies - Seminars & Workshops
Centre for the Study of African Economies Conference
Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS)
Certification and Sustainability
Children and Youth in a Changing World
Climate change and disasters (Forced Migration Review 49)
Coalitional Presidentialism in Comparative Perspective
Comparative Methods Workshop
Complexity and Systemic Risk: Hilary Term Seminar Series 2010
Criminology
Crisis (Forced Migration Review 45)
Dayton +20 (Forced Migration Review 50)
Dean's Seminar Series: Saïd Business School
Demographic Trends and Problems of the Modern World
Department of Education Public Seminars
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Department of Social Policy 2013-14 Centenary Lectures
Department of Social Policy and Intervention
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Destination: Europe (Forced Migration Review 51)
Detention and deportation (Forced Migration Review 44)
Disability and displacement (Forced Migration Review 35)
Distinguished Speakers Seminar
DRC: Past. Present. Future? (Forced Migration Review 36)
Drought and Water Scarcity
Economies: rights and access to work (Forced Migration Review 58)
Energy, Climate Change, Social Entrepreneurship and Gender
Entrepreneurship
Environmental Change Institute
Environmental Change Institute: Introductions to Research
Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict
Faith and displacement (Forced Migration Review 48)
Foundation for Law, Justice and Society
Future of Business
Geographies of the World's Knowledge
German Politics: An Introduction
Getting to Zero: Michaelmas Term Seminar Series 2009
Global Catastrophic Risks Conference 2008
Global insights in impact investing
Human Rights and the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Challenges and prospects
Humanitarian Innovation Conference 2015: Facilitating Innovation
ICT for Development (ICT4D)
Impact - Making a Difference
Impact in an evolving research environment
Innovation and refugees (Forced Migration Review, supplement 2014)
Institute for Science, Innovation and Society
Intergenerational Justice: What do we owe future generations?: Hilary Term Seminar Series 2011
International Migration Institute
Is the planet full? Seminar Series 2011
Israel Studies Seminar
Judgement and Justice: The Life and Diary of William Godwin
Latin America and the Caribbean (Forced Migration Review 56)
Latin American Centre
Law Faculty Podcasts
LGBTQI and forced migrants (Forced Migration Review 42)
Local communities: first and last providers of protection (Forced Migration Review 53)
Louwes Lectures
Medical Innovation
MSc Migration Studies
Musical Abstracts
New Thinking: Advances in the Study of Human Cognitive Evolution
Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies
North Africa and displacement (Forced Migration Review 39)
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Resettlement (Forced Migration Review 54)
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Shelter in displacement (Forced Migration Review 55)
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Spain: 1959 - 1992
States of fragility (Forced Migration Review 43)
Statute Law: Making Legislation
Syrians in displacement (Forced Migration Review 57)
Technology and Management for Development
The Egyptian Revolution, One Year On
The Emerging Middle Class in Latin America: Causes, Challenges and Opportunities
The Engagement of Theory
The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher
The State of the State
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The technology issue (Forced Migration Review 38)
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1 Why punish perpetrators of mass atrocities? Reflections on peace, punishment and the ICC Ever since the trial against the major war criminals of World War II before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg the institution of 'punishment' has been an integral part of the international legal system. Florian Jeßberger 16 Oct 2018
2 How The Economist uses newsletters to drive engagement and subscription Sunnie Huang, Newsletters Editor of the Economist talks about the strategy behind the publication's newsletters Sunnie Huang 12 Oct 2018
3 Yaacov Yadgar - The Nation-State bill and the meaning of Israel’s Jewish identity Yaacov Yadgar discusses the recently passed Basic-Law: Israel the Nation State of the Jewish People, and discusses how it plays into Israel's Jewish Identity Crisis Yaacov Yadgar 10 Oct 2018
4 Creative Commons How literary studies can help us understand eating disorders This UBVO seminar was given by Emily Troscianko (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) in May 2018 Emily Troscianko 17 Sep 2018
5 Creative Commons The matter of being: knowing bodies and 'mental' health This UBVO seminar was given by Grace Lucas (Centre for Maternal and Child Health, London University) in May 2018 Grace Lucas 17 Sep 2018
6 Creative Commons What remains? Dancing archaeology This UBVO seminar was given by Marie-Louise Crawley (Centre for Dance Research, Coventry University) in May 2018 Marie-Louise Crawley 17 Sep 2018
7 Creative Commons My fat body: an axis for research This UBVO seminar was given by independent artist Rebecca D. Harris on 17 May 2018 Rebecca D. Harris 17 Sep 2018
8 Creative Commons What is Rational About Obesity? This UBVO seminar was given by Professor Stanley Ulijaszek in May 2018 Stanley Ulijaszek 17 Sep 2018
9 Creative Commons Framing Obesity as a Problem This seminar was given by Professor Stanley Ulijaszek at the Center for Research on Human Nutrition in Paris in 2018 Stanley Ulijaszek 17 Sep 2018
10 Creative Commons Studying the origins of human material culture in young chilldren This Anthropology Departmental Seminar was delivered by Dr Eva Reindl (University of Oxford) on 2 February 2018 Eva Reindl 14 Sep 2018
11 Creative Commons The grey area: fascism between the general and the particular This Anthropology Departmental Seminar was delivered by Dr Paolo Heywood (University of Cambridge) on 25 May 2018 Paolo Heywood 14 Sep 2018
12 Creative Commons Why Are There Always Candomblés? Situated Knowledges of Miscegenation and Syncretism in Brazil This Anthropology Departmental Seminar was delivered by Professor Marcio Goldman (National Museum, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) on 11 May 2018 Marcio Goldman 14 Sep 2018
13 How to make a trillion dollars Can cryptocurrencies make the first trillionaire? Between September 2017 and January 2018 the price of bitcoin rocketed to around $13,000. One MBA student, Mike Wigrizer, was not only betting on bitcoin but also created his own cryptocurrency. Michael Wigrizer 21 Aug 2018
14 Future proofing banks How would you like to have your own personal banker? The traditional model of banks as a store of value and source of liquidity, and of bankers as trusted personal financial advisors, is under threat like never before. Steve Gotz, Alec Mclauren 21 Aug 2018
15 FMR 58 Humans and animals in refugee camps - A field study of migration and adversity The migratory journeys of birds can reflect the same complexity of issues that trigger and affect human displacement. Derek Robertson 06 Aug 2018
16 FMR 58 Humans and animals in refugee camps - Animal and human health in the Sahrawi refugee camps Health challenges in the Sahrawi refugee camps in the Algerian desert are faced by both human and animal populations, and therefore responses must function for the benefit of both. Giorgia Angeloni, Jennifer Carr 06 Aug 2018
17 The Carbon Bubble part 2 How do you account for carbon? Richard Barker 03 Aug 2018
18 The Carbon Bubble part 1 Housing bubble? what about a carbon bubble? Carter Powis 03 Aug 2018
19 All Souls Seminar: 'Shared Beginnings? The Role of Race' Dr. Coretta Philips and Dr. Alpa Parmar London School of Economics and University of Oxford Alpa Parmar, Coretta Philips 02 Aug 2018
20 Creative Commons Rights and justice: reproductive politics and legal activism in India This Anthropology departmental Seminar was delivered by Professor Maya Unnithan (University of Sussex) on 26 January 2018 Maya Unnithan 31 Jul 2018
21 A petition to kill: efficacious appeals against big cats in India Nayanika Mathur (Oxford) delivered this Anthropology Departmental Seminar on 5 May 2018 Nayanika Mathur 31 Jul 2018
22 The seven moral rules found all around the world This Anthropology Departmental Seminar was delivered by Oliver Scott Curry (Oxford) on 18 May 2018 Oliver Scott Curry 31 Jul 2018
23 The Marett Memorial Lecture 2018. Individualism in the Wild: Oneness in Jivaroan Culture The Marett Memorial Lecture for 2018 (27 April) was given by Professor Anne-Christine Taylor (emeritus; Director of Research at the CNRS) on the Amazonian 'Individualism' of the Jivaroan people of Ecuador and Peru Anne-Christine Taylor 31 Jul 2018
24 Surviving in an AI world How do you future proof yourself from AI? Vivienne Ming 16 Jul 2018
25 Hyperloop and the future of transport LA to San Francisco in 30 minutes? We dive into the high-tech future of transport with Nick Earle, VP at Virgin Hyperloop One. Nick Earle 16 Jul 2018
26 Future of work with Google Chief Economist Hal Varian and Professor Jonathan Trevor AI’s effect on the labour force, who wins man or machine? Jonathan Trevor, Hal Varian 16 Jul 2018
27 FMR 58 - From the editors In our main feature, authors explore the complex interactions of the constraints and opportunities involved, drawing on case-studies from around the world and highlighting the roles of new actors, new technologies and new-or renewed-approaches. Marion Couldrey, Jenny Peebles 10 Jul 2018
28 FMR 58 - Refugees’ right to work and access to labour markets: constraints, challenges and ways forward Host countries need to assess the potential for opening their labour markets to refugees, and enhancing access to decent work. Roger Zetter, Heloise Ruaudel 10 Jul 2018
29 FMR 58 - Supporting recently resettled refugees in the UK Organisations supporting recently resettled refugees to find employment should focus on providing them with the tools to navigate the employment market in a sustainable way that leads to their personal development. Marwa Belghazi 10 Jul 2018
30 FMR 58 - Integrating refugees into the Turkish labour market The granting to Syrian refugees in Turkey of the right to access formal work was a first step towards their economic integration but a number of challenges remain. Ximena V Del Carpio, Sirma Demir Seker, Ahmet Levent Yener 10 Jul 2018
31 FMR 58 - From refugee to employee: work integration in rural Denmark The launch of Red Cross Denmark’s Fast Track programme, which focuses on early refugee employment, offers an opportunity to explore the relationship between local employment of refugees and the sustainability of rural life. Martin Ledstrup, Marie Larsen 10 Jul 2018
32 FMR 58 - Integrating refugee doctors into host health-care systems Refugee doctors face a number of barriers to practising medicine, despite the significant contributions that they can make. Shahla Namak, Fatin Sahhar, Sarah Kureshi, Fadya El Rayess 10 Jul 2018
33 FMR 58 - Refugees’ engagement with host economies in Uganda Multi-sited fieldwork in Uganda allows for an exploration of the complex patterns of engagement between refugees’ economic activities and local economies, in urban, emergency and protracted settings. Naohiko Omata 10 Jul 2018
34 FMR 58 - Refugees and host communities in the Rwandan labour market In Rwanda, Congolese refugees have the same freedom of movement and right to work as Rwandans but the experiences and economic activities of these two populations are very different. Özge Bilgili, Craig Loschmann 10 Jul 2018
35 FMR 58 - The role of rural grocery stores in refugee reception Our research with rural grocery store managers in Denmark suggests that the integration of asylum centres into the local social and economic life in rural areas is a key factor in successful refugee reception. Zachary Whyte, Birgitte Romme Larsen, Mona Schaldemose 10 Jul 2018
36 FMR 58 - Collaboration with criminal organisations in Colombia: an obstacle to economic recovery Those seeking to support economic development for internally displaced people in Colombia need to understand how and why many IDPs collaborate with armed groups and criminal organisations. Christopher M Hays 10 Jul 2018
37 FMR 58 - Syrian economies: a temporary boom? Some displaced people and their host communities have benefited economically from the consequences of conflict in Syria’s Raqqa province. Others need support – and the type of support needed will change as circumstances change. Ahmad Al Ajlan 10 Jul 2018
38 FMR 58 - Obstacles to refugees’ self-reliance in Germany The majority of Germany’s refugees and asylum seekers rely on government welfare and face serious obstacles to self-reliance. Integration policies must eliminate these obstacles to promote mutual long-term benefits for refugees and their new communities. Elizabeth Ekren 10 Jul 2018
39 FMR 58 - The new world of work and the need for digital empowerment References are often made to forced migrants’ digital literacy, including use of smartphones to organise journeys and communicate once at their destinations. Other digital skills, including those relating to the workplace, are of greater relevance. Miguel Peromingo, Willem Pieterson 10 Jul 2018
40 FMR 58 - Investing in refugees: building human capital Investing in refugees’ well-being is a global public good, and the international community should work to reduce malnutrition and increase access to education for refugees in order to help build human capital and achieve better economic outcomes for all. Lili Mottaghi 10 Jul 2018
41 FMR 58 - Towards greater visibility and recruitment of skilled refugees Showcasing refugees’ skills connects refugees to global work opportunities, and also shifts narrative from one of refugees being burdens to host countries to one in which refugees are recognised as skilled workers for whom countries should be competing. Leah Nichles, Sayre Nyce 10 Jul 2018
42 FMR 58 - Validating highly educated refugees’ qualifications Qualification certificates play a central role in the labour market integration of highly educated refugees but validating them presents considerable challenges. Sweden and Norway have introduced some positive developments to address such difficulties. Katarina Mozetič 10 Jul 2018
43 FMR 58 - Refugee livelihoods: new actors, new models The international community is increasingly emphasising the need to bridge the humanitarian­–development gap. But what does this mean on the ground in terms of refugees’ livelihoods and economic inclusion? Ziad Ayoubi, Regina Saavedra 10 Jul 2018
44 FMR 58 - The macro-economic impacts of Syrian refugee aid A new study on the effects of humanitarian assistance in response to the Syria crisis finds significant positive impacts for regional economic growth and job creation. Tobias Schillings 10 Jul 2018
45 FMR 58 - Quality of work for Syrian refugees in Jordan Work permits have been at the centre of the policy debate on the hosting of Syrian refugees in Jordan. This approach needs also to involve ensuring decent working conditions for all. Maha Kattaa, Meredith Byrne 09 Jul 2018
46 FMR 58 - The gig economy in complex refugee situations Research with Syrian women refugees in Jordan suggests that, despite significant challenges, the gig economy has some potential to help refugees participate in host communities and to bolster their economic participation. Abigail Hunt, Emma Samman, Dina Mansour-Ille, Henrieke Max 09 Jul 2018
47 FMR 58 - The power of markets: lessons from Uganda Market-based approaches in northern Uganda demonstrate the benefits of supporting local markets instead of distributing in-kind aid. Alison Hemberger, Sasha Muench, Chelsea Purvis 09 Jul 2018
48 FMR 58 - Livelihoods programming and its influence on secondary migration Improving access to work, as well as livelihoods programming itself, is required if the lives and livelihoods of Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia are to improve. Richard Mallett, Jessica Hagen-Zanker, Clare Cummings, Nassim Majidi 09 Jul 2018
49 Introduction with Dean Peter Tufano How can an institution that is over 900 years old teach its students about the future? We speak to Peter Tufano, Dean of Oxford's Saïd Business School. Peter Tufano 09 Jul 2018
50 FMR 58 - The shortcomings of employment as a durable solution The refugee assistance regime that prevails today seems to insist that the best, or only, solution to protracted refugee situations is firmly rooted in improving access to employment. Nora Bardelli 09 Jul 2018
51 FMR 58 Refugee-led social protection - Refugee-led social protection: reconceiving refugee assistance The help and assistance that refugees offer each other is central to the lives of many displaced people. Recognising this allows support for displaced people to be reconceived in more sustaining and empowering ways. Evan Easton-Calabria, Kate Pincock 09 Jul 2018
52 FMR 58 Refugee-led social protection - Refugee paralegals Refugees in Kenya face multiple barriers to accessing their rights. The work of paralegals who are themselves refugees and who support and facilitate refugees’ access to justice offers a vital service. Musenga Tshimankinda Christian 09 Jul 2018
53 FMR 58 Refugee-led social protection - Kobciye: empowering Somali refugees in Nairobi Established by a resettled Somali refugee and now under the leadership of his children, Kobciye resource centre works to empower Somali refugees in Eastleigh, Nairobi. Afrah Hassan 09 Jul 2018
54 FMR 58 Refugee-led social protection - Syrian refugee-led organisations in Berlin Many of the approximately 50,000 Syrian refugees living in Berlin continue to depend largely on State assistance; some refugees have also created and found additional support in active, vibrant community initiatives. Jennifer Wood, Evan Easton-Calabria, Yahya Alaous 09 Jul 2018
55 FMR 58 Refugee-led social protection - Refugee-led education in Indonesia Refugee-led education initiatives in West Java, Indonesia, show how refugee communities can work with supporters to overcome service gaps faced in host countries. Thomas Brown 09 Jul 2018
56 FMR 58 Refugee-led social protection - Lessons from LGBTIQ refugee-led community-based organisations The work of community-based organisations led by and in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) refugees in Nairobi, Kenya, provides important insights. Hester K V Moore 09 Jul 2018
57 FMR 58 Humans and animals in refugee camps - Humans and animals in refugee camps More research is needed, across disciplines, to better understand the important and varied roles that animals play in the lives of people in refugee camps. Benjamin Thomas White 05 Jul 2018
58 FMR 58 Humans and animals in refugee camps - The role of livestock in refugee-host community relations In South Sudan, tensions arose when refugees arrived with their livestock, disrupting the existing relationships between the local population and nomadic peoples. Charles Hoots 05 Jul 2018
59 FMR 58 Humans and animals in refugee camps - Working equids in refugee camps Refugee camps offer good opportunities for cooperation between humanitarian and animal welfare organisations for the benefit of displaced people and their working animals. Patrick J Pollock 05 Jul 2018
60 FMR 58 Humans and animals in refugee camps - Sheltering animals in refugee camps Animals play an important role in many people’s lives in displacement. Camp planners and managers need to take animals’ needs into greater account in order for displaced people to continue to benefit from this interaction. Lara Alshawawreh 05 Jul 2018
61 FMR 58 Humans and animals in refugee camps - Understanding risk in human–animal interactions There needs to be better understanding not only of the importance of animals in the lives of displaced people but also of the potential risks incurred by human–animal interactions and how best to mitigate these risks. Sara Owczarczak-Garstecka 05 Jul 2018
62 The Enemy In-Between: Ambivalence, Hostility, and Joint Enterprise Dr Henrique Carvalho, University of Warwick Henrique Carvalho 25 Jun 2018
63 Creative Commons Kfir Cohen - Israeli Literature as Global Literature Kfir Cohen discusses Israeli literature as global literature (broadly defined) Kfir Cohen 25 Jun 2018
64 Public trust and police legitimacy: Diversity and complexity in the 'global city' Prof. Ben Bradford, University College London Ben Bradford 15 Jun 2018
65 Innovation and the conversation on the rise of China Gary Liu, CEO, South China Morning Post, gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Gary Liu 15 Jun 2018
66 Creative Commons When and why do (survey) experimental treatment effects generalise? Part of the 'Methodological Developments in Social Policy and Intervention' series, Trinity 2018 Thomas Leeper 13 Jun 2018
67 Roger Hood Lecture: Portals to Politics: Grassroots Narratives of Policing in the 'Low End', Downtown Baltimore, South L.A., and the 53206 Vesla M. Weaver: Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Political Science and Sociology. Vesla Weaver 12 Jun 2018
68 The Trump Administration and International Law: Will It Get Better or Worse? The talk will review the Trump administration’s record in international and national security law over the last 18 months, and will address challenges ahead, including the administration’s counter-terrorism policies and approach to international agreement John Bellinger III 12 Jun 2018
69 Influencing the Supreme Court to overturn Employment Tribunal fees Prof Abigail Adams, Department of Economics, University of Oxford gives a talk for the conference. Abigail Adams 12 Jun 2018
70 Closing Plenary Dr Caroline Kenny, UCL and Social Science Advisor at the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology and Alun Evans, Chief Executive of the British Academy to give keynote addresses to close the conference. Caroline Kenny, Alun Evans 12 Jun 2018
71 Research into Action: Improving Water Security in Developing Countries Dr Catherine Fallon Grasham and Dr Sara de Wit give talks for the session on research impact. Catherine Fallon Grasham, Sara de Wit 11 Jun 2018
72 Impact and Influence through the Media Professor Danny Dorling, Madeleine Sumption and Mikal Mast give talks on the subject of media influence and impact. Danny Dorling, Madeleine Sumption, Mikal Mast 11 Jun 2018
73 What is the future for Impact in the Social Sciences, beyond REF? Panel discussion opening the conference, with Dr Melanie Knetsch, Dr Julie Bayley, Professor Peter Kemp, chaired by Professor Mark Pollard. Julie Bayley, Peter Kemp, Mark Pollard, Melanie Knetsch 11 Jun 2018
74 Scaling up Impact through Partnership Ecosystems Professor Lucie Cluver and Dr Weizi Li gives talks for this session on impact. Lucie Cluver, Weizi Li 11 Jun 2018
75 Creative Commons Statistics and the battle against misinformation Denise Lievesley gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Denise Lievesley 08 Jun 2018
76 In pursuit of repertoires of news consumption. Analysing how people use news media in everyday life Kim Schroder gives the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Kim Schroder 01 Jun 2018
77 Bashir Abu-Manneh - Habibi’s The Pessoptimist and 1948 Bashir Abu-Manneh discusses Emile Habibi’s The Pessoptimist and 1948. Bashir Abu-Manneh 31 May 2018
78 Rami Ginat - Egyptian Communist Voices of Peace (1947-1958) Ramit Ginat discusses the Egyptian Communist Party's stance on Israel in its formative first decade of statehood. Rami Ginat, Yaacov Yadgar 30 May 2018
79 Genocide on Trial. Witnessing and Evidence at Rwanda's Gacaca Courts and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Julia Viebach investigates the everyday of witnessing at Rwanda’s Gacaca courts and contrasts its findings with the process of witnessing at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). Julia Viebach 22 May 2018
80 Voice, Agency and Responsibility: Victimhood and Transitional Justice in Northern Ireland Dr. Cheryl Lawther explore the construction and meaning of victimhood in post-conflict Northern Ireland. Cheryl Lawther 22 May 2018
81 European Union and Democratisation: Backsliding in Tow of Unsuccessful Conditionality? Dr Katarína Sipulova gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series. Katarína Šipulová 22 May 2018
82 Advancing the Rule of Law as part of the International Landscape The 21st century has seen significant progress and recent regression in terms of entrenchment of the rule of law. These developments have occurred not only in the domestic context but also within the international sphere. Kimberly Prost 22 May 2018
83 Book Colloquium; Chocolate, Politics and Peace-Building: An Ethnography of the Peace Community of San José de Apartadó, Colombia Gwen Burnyeat discusses her book: 'Chocolate, Politics and Peace-Building: An Ethnography of the Peace Community of San José de Apartadó, Colombia' with Laura Rival. Gwen Burnyeat, Laura Rival 21 May 2018
84 Exploring Needs, Costs and Outcomes of Services Provided to Vulnerable Children and their Families This seminar will explore the relationship between the needs, services received and outcomes for children and families supported by children’s social care (CSC) services. Lisa Holmes 15 May 2018
85 Higher Education and the Sustainable Development Goals: The Case of the Intercultural Universities in Mexico This seminar will present findings of an exploratory study of the Intercultural University of Veracruz, one of a number of institutions created in Mexico to ensure access for indigenous populations, promote local development and to provide... Tristan McCowan 15 May 2018
86 Creative Commons Political actors and the manipulation of social media audience groups through the use of junk news and other forms of automation Vidya Narayanan (Director of Research, Computational Propaganda Project, Oxford Internet Institute) delivers a lecture for The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Vidya Narayanan 08 May 2018
87 Creative Commons Faisal Devji: Jewish Pecedents and Muslim Nationalism Faisal Devji discusses the surprising relations between Pakistani nationalism and Zionism. Faisal Devji, Yaacov Yadgar 02 May 2018
88 The Untapped Potential of 'Work' for Looked After Young People – Challenges and Opportunities The seminar will explore the transformative potential of 'work' (ranging from paid employment to internships to volunteering) for marginalised young people. Robbie Gilligan 30 Apr 2018
89 Reporting The World Roula Khalaf, deputy editor, The Financial Times, gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Roula Khalaf 27 Apr 2018
90 Successes and Challenges in the Fight against Impunity Marking the 20th Anniversary of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. Twenty years after the adoption of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, the ICC is thought to be in crisis. Olympia Bekou 27 Apr 2018
91 Spotting Investment Opportunities in an Uncertain World - A Panel Discussion Spotting Investment Opportunities in an Uncertain World - A Panel Discussion at Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum 2018. Spencer Crawley, Stephan Morais, Jenny Tooth, Joe White 09 Apr 2018
92 What Lays Ahead for Government Technology? - A Panel Discussion What Lays Ahead for Government Technology? - A Panel Discussion at Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum 2018 - Daniel Korski (Public), Robyn Scott (Apolitical), Pere Valles (Scytl) and Peteris Zilgalvis (DG Connect European Commission) Daniel Korski, Robyn Scott, Pere Valles, Peteris Zilgalvis 09 Apr 2018
93 Feeding 9 Billion - A Panel Discussion A Panel Discussion at Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum 2018 - Robert Opp (Innovation Division World Forum Programme (UN)), Tim Röhrich (European Founders Society), Willem Sodderland (Seamore) and Ilana Taub (Snact) Robert Opp, Tim Röhrich, Willem Sodderland, Ilana Taub 09 Apr 2018
94 Moving Money: The Story of TransferWise Kristo Käärmann (Executive Founder of TransferWise) gives the afternoon keynote at Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum 2018. Kristo Käärmann 09 Apr 2018
95 Biz Stone in conversation with Brent Hoberman Biz Stone (Co-founder of Twitter, Medium, and Jelly) in conversation with Brent Hoberman (Co-Founder of Lastminute.com and Founders Forum) at Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum 2018. Biz Stone, Brent Hoberman 09 Apr 2018
96 The journey of Just Eat UK David Buttress (Ex CEO of Just Eat UK, angel investor and Partner at 83North Venture Capital) - gives the morning keynote at Oxford Said Entrepreneurship Forum 2018. David Buttress 09 Apr 2018
97 The promise of the (foreign) image: post-post-internet art from the Philippines (and other notes from the field) An Anthropology Departmental Seminar delivered by Rafael Schacter (University College London) on 1 December 2017 Rafael Schacter 27 Mar 2018
98 A study of children starting school and the progress they make in their first year around the world: The iPIPS project Professor Peter Tymms (Durham University) delivers a seminar on the iPIPS project; an international study of children starting school around the world and the progress that they make in their first year at school. Peter Tymms 27 Mar 2018
99 The concept of culture in cultural evolution The Keynote speech by Tim Lewens (Professor of Philosophy of Science, Cambridge) for the Cultural Evolution Workshop held at the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, on 28 February 2017 Tim Lewens 27 Mar 2018
100 Sustaining one another: enset, animals, and people in the southern highlands of Ethiopia An Anthropology Departmental Seminar delivered by Elizabeth Ewart and Wolde Tadesse (School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, Oxford) on 13 October 2017 Elizabeth Ewart, Wolde Tadesse 27 Mar 2018