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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
Bonavero Institute of Human Rights
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 Global Higher Education
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
Contemporary South Asian Studies Programme (CSASP)
Criminology
Crisis (Forced Migration Review 45)
CSAE Research Podcasts
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
Department of Education Research Seminars
Department of Social Policy 2013-14 Centenary Lectures
Department of Social Policy and Intervention
Department of Sociology Podcasts
Destination: Europe (Forced Migration Review 51)
Detention and deportation (Forced Migration Review 44)
Digging for Meaning: Research from the Oxford School of Archaeology
Digital Visual Cultural
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)
Education: needs, rights and access in displacement (FMR 60)
Energy, Climate Change, Social Entrepreneurship and Gender
Entrepreneurship
Environmental Change Institute
Environmental Change Institute: Introductions to Research
Ethics and displacement (Forced Migration Review 61)
Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict
Faith and displacement (Forced Migration Review 48)
Foundation for Law, Justice and Society
From the Cherwell to the Yangtze: The Oxford China Centre Alumni Podcast
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
Hegemonic Narratives
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)
ODID Distinguished Speaker Lectures
OII Bellwether Lectures
Oxford Diasporas Programme
Oxford Food Governance Group: The Politics and Practices of Food
Oxford Human Rights Hub Seminars
Oxford Internet Institute
Oxford Martin School Series: Food Futures
Oxford Martin School: Interviews and Commentaries
Oxford Martin School: Public Lectures and Seminars
Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative
Oxford Programme for the Future of Cities
Oxford Said Entrepreneurship Forum
Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum 2020
Oxford Symposium On The August 2011 Riots: Context And Responses
Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) conference podcasts
Oxford Transitional Justice Research Conference - Justice and Self-Determination in West Papua
Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminars
OxPeace (Oxford Network of Peace Studies) Conference 2021. Peace in the Nuclear Era: threats, treaties and public understanding
OxPeace Conference 2009: The Serious Study of Peace
Podcasts From The Extra-legal Governance Institute (Exlegi)
Political Demonology: The Logic of Evil in Contemporary Literature and Theology
Politics and International Relations Podcasts
Preventing displacement (Forced Migration Review 41)
Protecting the Past 2 - Towards a better future with cultural heritage
Protecting the Past 3: Documentation as a Tool for Heritage Protection
Protecting the Past: Archaeology, Conservation and Tourism in the North of Jordan
Public International Law Discussion Group (Part I) and Annual Global Justice Lectures
Public International Law Discussion Group (Part II)
Public International Law Part III
Refugee Studies Centre
Resettlement (Forced Migration Review 54)
Return (Forced Migration Review 62)
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
RightsUp - Global perspectives on human rights law
School of Geography and the Environment Podcasts
Science - Post-Normal Perspectives - Jerry Ravetz at 90
Shelter in displacement (Forced Migration Review 55)
Sidney Ball Memorial Lectures
Silicon Valley Comes to Oxford
Smith School Seminars
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 Fairwork Podcast: Series 1
The Global Thinkers Series, Oxford
The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher
The Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum
The Oxford Seminars in Cartography: Women and Maps
The State of the State
The Syria crisis (Forced Migration Review 47)
The technology issue (Forced Migration Review 38)
The Theory and Practice of Immigration Detention Workshop
Thinking ahead: displacement, transition, solutions (Forced Migration Review 52)
Transformations: Economy, Society, and Place
Transport Studies Unit Podcasts
Twenty Years of the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement (Forced Migration Review 59)
UK Climate Impacts Programme
UK Climate Impacts Programme Training
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Understanding Adolescence in African Contexts
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US China Relations: An Introduction
Voices from Oxford
Water Security, Risk and Society Conference
Water: Perspectives from Science and Industry
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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why It Matters Nicolas Lamp, Queen’s University, Canada gives a presentation to the Public International Law Discussion Group. Nicolas Lamp 24 Jan 2022
2 Urbanisation in China and Africa Can Africa learn from the Chinese urbanisation project? In the next 30 years, African cities need to make zoom for roughly 500 million more citizens, roughly tripling the current urban population. Astrid Haas, Sebastian Kriticos, Nicolas Lippolis 22 Jan 2022
3 Driving change in a fast-paced world Join us as we hear from Mishern Chetty, the Oxford MBA 2021-2022 Class co-President about his experience working in the high-profile Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team and his drive to challenge the diversity and inclusion initiatives therein. Bartek Ogonowski, Mishern Chetty 19 Jan 2022
4 What should we expect for journalism in 2022? In this episode of Future of Journalism, we speak to the author of our recent annual Trends and Predictions report to see what is driving the news industry forward in the near term and what opportunities exist on the horizon. Federica Cherubini, Nic Newman 17 Jan 2022
5 A Behavioral Analysis of Humanitarian Negotiations Professor Anne van Aaken, University of Hamburg, Germany, gives a talk for the Public International Law seminar series (11/11/2021). Anne van Aaken 17 Jan 2022
6 'The Function of Equity in International Law Professor Catharine Titi, French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS)-CERSA, University Paris II Panthéon-Assas, France, gives a talk for the Public International Law seminar series. (4/11/2021) Catharine Titi 17 Jan 2022
7 Tactical Admissions in International Litigation A presentation by Professor Stefan Talmon on Tactical Admissions in International Litigation, delivered to the Public International Law Discussion Group. Stefan Talmon 17 Jan 2022
8 Britain's long-running 'skills crisis': why can't we fix it? and what would it take to do so? Alison Wolf, Ian Stuart and Sir Chris Husbands join Sir Paul Collier to discuss vocational skills and the economy. Alison Wolf, Ian Stuart, Chris Husbands 07 Jan 2022
9 What's for dinner and why does it matter? Join us in this episode to listen to Sustainable Food Systems Expert Melissa Benn talk about the future of food systems that are already here, and how it will impact not just our meal choices but also our production and consumption patterns... Melissa Benn, Andreas Finzel 17 Dec 2021
10 How 2021 changed journalism In this episode of our Future of Journalism podcast we look at how events of 2021 and other trends in society and politics have affected how journalism is practised and consumed and how newsrooms are addressing these challenges. Eduardo Suárez, Rasmus Nielsen, Meera Selva, Federica Cherubini 17 Dec 2021
11 Under the Hood: Randomised Control Trials on Distance Education During Covid-19 in Botswana A discussion about some of the first experimental evidence on distance education during the covid-19 pandemic in Botswana. Noam Angrist, Claire Cullen, Thato Letsomo, Moitshepi Matsheng 15 Dec 2021
12 Panel discussion: 'Capitalism: what has gone wrong, what needs to change and how can it be fixed? This discussion brings together the editors of a special issue of the Oxford Review of Economic Policy on Capitalism. Martin Wolf, Paul Collier, Colin Mayer, Diane Coyle 09 Dec 2021
13 The political economy of Nigeria: challenges and opportunities for reform Join Professor Kingsley Moghalu, Oxford Martin Visiting Fellow on the Oxford Martin Programme on African Governance and former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, as he discusses the challenges and opportunities of Nigeria's political economy Kingsley Moghalu, Ricardo Soares de Oliveira 07 Dec 2021
14 Private financing levelling-up: an idea of its time Join Ron Emerson, Chairman of Bank North, & Professor Colin Mayer, Lead Researcher on the Oxford Martin Initiative on Regional Levelling-up, as they discuss the above and in what ways does Bank North’s business model address these needs? Ron Emerson, Colin Mayer 07 Dec 2021
15 Renewing South Yorkshire: seizing new opportunities, overcoming old constraints Dave Smith, Chief Executive of South Yorkshire City-Region Authority and Colin Mayer, Professor of Finance, discuss how South Yorkshire can forge a strategy for change. Dave Smith, Colin Mayer 07 Dec 2021
16 Fight against climate change - Are the efforts enough? Join us in this episode to hear from conservationist Alexis McGivern on the state of our climate, what public and private leaders are doing to combat it, and whether it's enough. Alexis McGivern, Rudolph Okai 06 Dec 2021
17 Introducing Future of Business Season 4 The Future of Business podcast is returning with rotating hosts and featuring students from Oxford MBA’s 2021-2022 cohort. Grace Chou 06 Dec 2021
18 Haggai Ram - The Social Life of Hashish in Mandatory Palestine and Israel: A Global History Haggai Ram charts the (modern) history of Hashish in the Holy Land Haggai Ram 01 Dec 2021
19 "Conflict resolution for the future of biodiversity conservation" with Dr Alexandra Zimmermann Dr Alexandra Zimmermann, WildCRU, discusses the challenges of managing conflict between different groups in order to protect wildlife and natural resources Alexandra Zimmermann 01 Dec 2021
20 Book talk: 'Cogs and Monsters: what economics is and what it should be' with Prof Diane Coyle Diane Coyle and Ian Goldin discuss Diane's new book 'Cogs and Monsters' and how economics can face the challenges of technological change. Diane Coyle, Ian Goldin 25 Nov 2021
21 Amnon Aran - Israeli foreign policy since the end of the Cold War Amnon Aran maps the development of Israeli foreign policy since the end of the Cold War Amnon Aran 18 Nov 2021
22 Michael Karayanni - Religion and State among the Palestinian-Arabs in Israel: A Multicultural Entrapment Michael Karayanni considers how the Israeli construction of religion and politics shapes the live Palestinian-Arabs in the state. Michael Karayanni 18 Nov 2021
23 Asset-based Microfinance for Microenterprises in Pakistan Standard microcredit contracts seem to have modest if any effects on the performance of small firms and no effects on household consumption. Could we construct a better design product to improve on the standard contract? Faisal Bari, Kashif Malik, Pramila Krishnan, Muhammad Meki 16 Nov 2021
24 Why are women experts missing from the news media in Ghana? In this episode of our podcast, we explore how well women's voices are represented in the Ghanaian news media compared to those of men, based on a research project led by a prominent broadcaster and former Journalist Fellow at the Reuters Institute. Nana Ama Agyemang Asante, Eduardo Suárez 15 Nov 2021
25 Creative Commons Eldad Ben Aharon - Supporting Denial: Israel’s Foreign Policy and the Armenian Genocide Eldad Ben-Aharon charts the history of Israel's refusal to recognise the Armenian Genocide. Eldad Ben-Aharon 03 Nov 2021
26 Creative Commons Kathrin Bachleitner - A road towards atonement? Why only West Germany came to “atone” for the Nazi crimes. Kathrin Bachleitner remaps the road that led to Germany's "atonement" for the Holocaust Kathrin Bachleitner 27 Oct 2021
27 Strasbourg on Compulsory Vaccination Professor Paul Gragl, European Law at the University of Graz, Austria, gives a talk for the Public International Law seminar series. Paul Gragl 25 Oct 2021
28 Diversity Issues in International Legal Acadmia and Practice Julia Emtseva, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg, Germany, gives a talk for the Public International Law seminar series. Julia Emtseva 25 Oct 2021
29 Lazy, crazy and disgusting: stigma and the undoing of global health This UBVO seminar was given by Alexandra Brewis (Arizona State University) on 3 December 2020 Alexandra Brewis 22 Oct 2021
30 Connection and conflict: hHw neoliberal healthism and inequity shape bariatric surgery support forum dynamics This UBVO seminar was presented by Zoe Meleo-Erwin (William Paterson University of New Jersey) on 19 November 2020 Zoe Meleo-Erwin 22 Oct 2021
31 Voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention in Kenya: Anthropology and ethics in the pursuit of public health This UBVO seminar was presented by Adam Gilbertson (University of North Carolina) on 12 November 2020 Adam Gilbertson 22 Oct 2021
32 Cultured meat as a case study in the future of food This UBVO seminar was presented by Ben Wurgaft (MIT) on 5 November 2020 Ben Wurgaft 22 Oct 2021
33 Feeling the ‘weight’ of expectation: The necessity of understanding ‘obesity’ as a biopsychosocial phenomenon A UBVO seminar presented by Oli Williams (King's College London) on 29 October 2020 Oli Williams 22 Oct 2021
34 The damaging impact of weight stigma: Psychosocial stress and harmful health consequences This UBVO seminar was given by Rebecca Puhl (University of Connecticut) on 22 October 2020 Rebecca Puhl 22 Oct 2021
35 The syndemic of COVID-19, obesity and food insecurity in the United States This UBVO seminar was given by William Dietz (George Washington University) on 15 October 2020 William Dietz 22 Oct 2021
36 How synergies can build a better culture across news organisations In this episode of our podcast we look at what makes a successful collaboration across international organisations and teams. Joshua Ogawa, Federica Cherubini 22 Oct 2021
37 Creative Commons Atalia Omer - Pathways toward a Jewish Israeli Restorative Ethics Atalia Omer discusses restorative justice practices and the possibilities (and limits) of Jewish critiques of Zionism. Atalia Omer, Yaacov Yadgar 20 Oct 2021
38 What's the point of opinion journalism in the digital age? What's the role of opinion writing within journalism, including the place of opinion journalism, specifically in the news media, in a world where many of us have many ways of expressing our opinions and reading other’s opinions, including on social media? Rasmus Nielsen, Karen Attiah 11 Oct 2021
39 "Emptiness: Ways of Seeing" Conference 2021 - Roundtable 1: Emptiness, Space, Capital and the State Considering the contours of emptiness by examining the shifting relationships between people, place, capital and the state. Volodymyr Artiukh, Dace Dzenovska, Saskia Sassen, Johanna Bockman 05 Oct 2021
40 "Emptiness: Ways of Seeing" Conference 2021. Roundtable 2: On the Edge: Life along the Russia-China border A book discussion with Franck Billé and Caroline Humphrey Dominic Martin, Caroline Humphrey, Franck Billé, Madeleine Reeves 05 Oct 2021
41 How journalists can better cover the climate crisis In this episode of our Future of Journalism podcast, we look at the news media's role in covering the climate crisis. Wolfgang Blau, Meera Selva 27 Sep 2021
42 International Law and the Practice of Legality: stability and change Professor Jutta Brunnée, University of Toronto, gives a talk for the seminar series on 6th May 2021. Jutta Brunnée 29 Jul 2021
43 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 6. Impartiality unpacked: a study of four countries This episode looks at impartiality and news and whether news audiences value journalism that takes particular perspectives on certain issues or news which presents a range of views leaving it up to the public to decide between them. Federica Cherubini, Craig T. Robertson 21 Jul 2021
44 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 5. How do people think about the financing of the commercial news media? This episode looks at public understanding of the financial pressures that the news media is under, how much they are concerned about it, and what they think should be done. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Richard Fletcher, Federica Cherubini 19 Jul 2021
45 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 4: Local news unbundled: where audience value still lies This episode focuses on how people engage with local news, and the sources of information, including local news outlets, social media and others, that news audiences use for various topics. Federica Cherubini, Anne Schulz 12 Jul 2021
46 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 3: Perceptions of fair news coverage among different groups This episode focuses on findings around perceptions of fairness among different groups including demographic characteristics and political leaning. Federica Cherubini, Richard Fletcher 05 Jul 2021
47 OxPeace 2021: Dilemmas for education and peace: the Japanese experience Dr Isabella Bunn introduces Professor Koji Nakamura, who presents “Japan: dilemmas for education and peace” at the OxPeace 2021 Conference. Final responses from panel. Dr Liz Carmichael closes the OxPeace 2021 Conference. Isabella Bunn, Koji Nakamura, Liz Carmichael 02 Jul 2021
48 OxPeace 2021: Understanding public opinion polls Dr Isabella Bunn introduces Ms Jamie Kwong, who presents “Understanding Public Opinion about Nuclear Weapons Issues” at the OxPeace 2021 Conference. Isabella Bunn, Jamie Kwong 02 Jul 2021
49 OxPeace 2021 Session 3: Prospects for greater public education and understanding Dr Isabella Bunn introduces Session 3, Dr Jeremy Cunningham presents on education, information and “Public awareness of nuclear weapons” at the OxPeace 2021 Conference. Jeremy Cunningham 02 Jul 2021
50 OxPeace 2021 Session 2: Further threats Dr Christopher Watson presents “Further threats: proliferation, space, terrorism” at the OxPeace 2021 Conference. Christopher Watson 02 Jul 2021
51 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 2: How and why do consumers access news on social media? This episode focuses on how people get news about climate change and how this differs across different countries, age brackets and attitudes towards the issue. Simge Andi, Federica Cherubini 28 Jun 2021
52 Evaluating and investing in Nature-based Solutions Join Nathalie Seddon and Cameron Hepburn as they discuss the need for increased investment combined with rigorous evaluation of activities undertaken, using metrics which consider the complex, long-term benefits that nature-based solutions provide. Nathalie Seddon, Cameron Hepburn 25 Jun 2021
53 Rethinking planetary prosperity: are we measuring what we value? Professor Dame Henrietta L. Moore and Professor Sir Charles Godfray discuss how we can rebuild new economies in a way that ensures global prosperity. Henrietta Moore, Charles Godfray 25 Jun 2021
54 Putting a value on nature: Influencing global action on environmental challenges Inger Andersen, Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme, speaks to the implications of the Dasgupta Review on the Economics of Biodiversity, and how we can begin the journey to re-shape our economies, working with nature, not against it. Inger Andersen, Cameron Hepburn 25 Jun 2021
55 OxPeace 2021 Session 2: Nuclear-weapon-free zones and nuclear containment Dr Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh presents “Obedient rebellion: nuclear-weapon-free zones in the global south” at the OxPeace 2021 Conference. Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh 23 Jun 2021
56 OxPeace 2021 Session 2: A responsibilities-based approach to reducing strategic risks Sebastian Brixey-Williams presents “A responsibilities-based approach to the reduction of strategic risks” at the OxPeace 2021 Conference. Sebastian Brixey-Williams 23 Jun 2021
57 OxPeace 2021 Session 2: Emerging technologies, implications and counter-measures Marina Favaro presents “Emerging Technologies, and their impact on crisis stability”, at the OxPeace 2021 Conference. Marina Favaro 23 Jun 2021
58 OxPeace 2021 Session 2: Selected high risk areas (2) Edward Howell presents “North Korea and East Asia” at the OxPeace 2021 Conference. Edward Howell 23 Jun 2021
59 OxPeace 2021 Session 2: Selected high risk areas (1) Dr Christopher Watson introduces Session 2, Ambassador Peter Jenkins presents “Iran, Israel and West Asia” at the OxPeace 2021 Conference. Peter Jenkins, Christopher Watson 23 Jun 2021
60 OxPeace 2021 Session 1: Opening and keynote addresses: ‘Current Threats and Challenges’ Reverend Dr Liz Carmichael MBE, Convener of OxPeace, opens the 2021 OxPeace Conference. Liz Carmichael, Lord John Alderdice, Nick Ritchie 23 Jun 2021
61 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 1: What you need to know Authors of the Digital News Report, the most comprehensive study of news consumption trends worldwide, discuss the key findings from this year's report. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Nic Newman, Frederica Cherubini 21 Jun 2021
62 Book Launch: 'Rescue: From Global Crisis to a Better World' In the book launch for Rescue: From Global Crisis to a Better World, Ian Goldin, Author, and Nik Gowing, Founder at Thinking the Unthinkable, will discuss how the pandemic provides a unique opportunity to tackle today’s challenges. Ian Goldin, Nik Gowing 16 Jun 2021
63 The Great Health Dilemma: Is Prevention Better than Cure? Join Professor Chris Dye, author of The Great Health Dilemma, and Professor Salim Abdool Karim, Director of CAPRISA, as they discuss ways to invest more money and effort in health promotion and prevention around the world today. Chris Dye, Salim Abdool Karim 16 Jun 2021
64 The Economics of Biodiversity Review Join us for a conversation between the author of the Economics of Biodiversity Review, Sir Partha Dasgupta, and Professor Cameron Hepburn, where they will discuss the important messages from the review and the road ahead. Partha Dasgupta, Cameron Hepburn 15 Jun 2021
65 Episode 2 - Cindy Yu, Broadcast Editor In this episode we speak to Cindy Yu, Broadcast Editor at the Spectator about her childhood experiences in China, her best moments in Oxford and what she does in her job today at the Spectator. Cindy Yu, Ailsa Brown, Sahil Shah, Tomás Sergeant 11 Jun 2021
66 Episode 1 - Joe Cash, Policy Analyst In the first episode of "From the Cherwell to the Yangtze: The Oxford China Centre Alumni Podcast," we speak to Joe Cash, a policy analyst working at the China Britain Business Council in China. Joe Cash, Ailsa Brown, Sahil Shah, Tomás Sergeant 11 Jun 2021
67 Emerging technology and systemic risk – maintaining a secure and resilient digital infrastructure as we build back better Sadie Creese and Jamie Saunders discuss the steps that need to be taken by technologists, businesses, government and the international community to ensure that our digital infrastructure continues to provide the level of resilience and security we need. Sadie Creese, Jamie Saunders, Charles Godfray 08 Jun 2021
68 Leopards, mountains and politics in most countries conservation of leopards is dependent on trans-boundary collaboration. In this talk, Dr Mohammad Farhadinia explores the critical role of mountains for biodiversity conservation amidst international political concerns. Mohammad Farhadinia, David Macdonald 08 Jun 2021
69 Roadmap to the Sustainable Development Goals Ian Goldin, Kristalina Georgieva discuss how we can bring the Sustainable Development Goals in reach by 2030 Ian Goldin, Kristalina Georgieva 07 Jun 2021
70 CO2 solutions: ocean carbon storage options The speakers explore the various approaches being proposed to store and preserve CO2 in the ocean, many inspired by mechanisms known to function naturally in the past, and assess the challenges and research hurdles for their implementation in the future. Ros Rickaby, Sophie Gill, Roxana Shafiee, Myles Allen 07 Jun 2021
71 How to use metrics to understand your audience and sell subscriptions In this podcast we look at how one of the world's leading newsrooms uses data to inform various steps of the newsmaking process in order to engage with audiences and drive subscriptions. Sophie Ho, Federica Cherubini 03 Jun 2021
72 The race to zero: action by cities, business and investors Net zero targets are proliferating across the world, covering not only countries but also business, investors, cities, states and provinces, universities, and many others. But are these targets credible? And how can we ensure they lead to change? Tom Hale, Aoife Brophy 24 May 2021
73 Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations Between a Rock and a Hard Place - Diverging Jurisprudence at the ECtHR and the UN Dr Lea Raible University of Glasgow; 2020/21 re:constitution Fellow, gives a talk for the Public International Law discussion group on 20th May 2021. Lea Raible 24 May 2021
74 The African Union and Post-Coup Intervention in Madagascar In this seminar we hosted Antonia Witt of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt. Their lecture is titled The African Union and Post-Coup Intervention in Madagascar. Antonia Witt 21 May 2021
75 The Jurisprudence of the Inter-American Human Rights System: Standard-setting or International Law-making? Ignacio de Casas, Austral University, Argentina, gives a seminar for the PIL discussion group. Ignacio de Casas 18 May 2021
76 Creative Commons Why did the Vikings set sail for silver? While we often think of the Vikings pillaging across the West, this was only a small part of their world and lives. Dr Jane Kershaw discusses how the Viking draw for silver lead to interactions from the Middle East all across the European continent. Jane Kershew 14 May 2021
77 Lost and found in the map library: changes in early map librarianship Georgia Brown, UW-Milwaukee Libraries, WI, USA, gives the third talk in session 3B of the seminar. Georgia Brown 12 May 2021
78 Beyond “clerical cartography”: gender and the production of Sanborn fire insurance maps in the 1920s Jack Swab, University of Kentucky, USA, gives the second talk in session 3B in the seminar. Jack Swab 12 May 2021
79 Where are all the women? The case of the Halls Debbie Hall, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford, gives the first talk in session 3B in the seminar. Debbie Hall 12 May 2021
80 The political cartographies of Marthe Rajchman Mike Heffernan and Benjamin Thorpe, University of Nottingham, give the first talk of session 3A in the seminar. Mike Heffernan, Benjamin Thorpe 12 May 2021
81 From body as territory to feminicides mapping: discourses and mapping languages by Latin American feminist cartographies Manuela Silveira, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, gives the third talk in the second session of the seminar. Manuela Silveira 12 May 2021
82 Mapping toward equitable solutions in public transit planning Suzie Birdsell, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting, Boston, USA, gives the second presentation, in the second session of the seminar. Suzie Birdsell 12 May 2021
83 ‘Octavia always enjoyed a map’: Octavia Hill, maps, and Victorian social reform Elizabeth Baigent, University of Oxford, gives the first talk in the second session of the seminar. Elizabeth Baigent 12 May 2021
84 Women and children first: gender, flood and victimhood in Dutch eighteenth-century maps of dike-breaks Anne-Rieke van Schaik, University of Amsterdam, gives the third in the first session of the seminar. Anne-Rieke van Schaik 12 May 2021
85 The rise, persistence and surprising end of female personifications of the continents on maps Chet Van Duzer, University of Rochester, NY, USA, gives the second presentation in the first session of the seminar. Chet Van Duzer 12 May 2021
86 Where are the women on sixteenth-century French World maps? Camille Serchuk, Southern Connecticut State University, USA, gives the first talk in the first session of the seminar. Camille Serchuk 12 May 2021
87 Welcome and Introduction Catríona Cannon, Deputy Librarian, Bodleian Libraries, introduces the seminar. Catriona Cannon 12 May 2021
88 Between a rock and a wet place: putting carbon back into geological storage The cycle of carbon between the Earth’s surface and its deep interior is a key component of our goldilocks planet. In this discussion Professor Mike Kendall, Professor Joe Cartwright and Dr Tom Kettlety will discuss CO2 storage in geologic reservoirs. Mike Kendall, Joe Cartwright, Tom Kettlety 07 May 2021
89 National infrastructure for the recovery and the long term In this conversation, Sir John Armitt, who is chair of the National Infrastructure Commission, joins Professor Jim Hall to explore the vision and practicalities of providing infrastructure systems that meets society’s goals. John Armitt, Jim Hall 07 May 2021
90 Hart and Kelsen on International Law Professor David Dyzenhaus, University of Toronto, currently a Guggenheim Fellow and a Visiting Fellow at All Souls, gives a talk for the Public International Law seminar series. David Dyzenhaus 05 May 2021
91 How press freedom is threatened in Hungary and Poland For World Press Freedom Day we look at the pressures on independent journalism in two EU countries Meera Selva, Peter Erdelyi, Jakub Krupa 29 Apr 2021
92 Social Status and Recycling in Bronze Age China What does recycling have to do with social standing in Bronze Age China? Dr Victoria Sainsbury discusses the recent work of the FLAME team, lead by Dr Ray Liu, on the metal work at Anyang, and how powerful people controlled how metal moved through society Victoria Sainsbury 20 Apr 2021
93 Diversity of voices in journalism In this episode of our 'Future of Journalism' podcast, we speak to Nikki Usher about journalism's challenges around equity, diversity and sustainability Nikki Usher 13 Apr 2021
94 004: Management - Like a Dog With a Bone This episode looks at management. What’s it like working through a platform, where the principal colleague you’re working with is your smartphone? Robbie Warin, Francis Scaife 06 Apr 2021
95 003: Contracts - Stand Up For Your Rights This episode looks at contracts and in it we hear from Yaseen Aslam, the former Uber driver who successfully took them to court over his classification as self-employed, a ruling that has implications for gig workers around the world Yaseen Aslam, Robbie Warin, Kelle Howson 06 Apr 2021
96 002: Conditions - Lockdown In this episode we here from Aziz - a pseudonym - a ridehail driver in London. We explore what it is like working during a pandemic, serving your community and keeping the country running. Robbie Warin 06 Apr 2021
97 001: Representation - The Deliveroo Strikes In this episode we hear from Mohaan Biswas about his first-hand experience of the Deliveroo strikes in 2016 that made headlines around the world. Mohaan Biswas, Robbie Warin 06 Apr 2021
98 Making Cultures Count: Following the Mayi Kuwayu National Study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Wellbeing A UBVO seminar presented by Sarah Bourke (National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, The Australian National University) on 24 January 2019 Sarah Bourke 31 Mar 2021
99 How International is the International Court of Justice? Professor James T. Gathii, Wing-Tat Lee Chair in International Law and Professor of Law at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, gives a talk for the Oxford Public International Law seminar series. James T Gathii 30 Mar 2021
100 The Laws of War in International Thought Professor Pablo Kalmanovitz, International Studies Division at CIDE, Mexico City, gives a talk for the Oxford PIL discussion group. Pablo Kalmanovitz 29 Mar 2021