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Transforming the public sector in 🇳🇬 fellow Ifueko Omoigui Okauru (one of the country's most highly regarded public officials) reflects on her time leading Nigeria’s federal tax authority. Thu 12 March 5.30pm
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"Coming to the Blavatnik School feels like a professional experience. You interact with people on a much more cerebral level than at undergraduate level because everyone has such different experiences" says former teacher and MPP student 📚
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'Only migration can save the welfare state' writes research fellow and 's director Lant Pritchett, as he argues that rich countries need 380m more workers by 2050. Read in (£)
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Global policy commissions are a common tool for policy reform, but how can we ensure their work has real impact? The four lessons learned by
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. of at our conference explaining why needs to look beyond just nation states. "A of cities and businesses... who are going to step up to a new kind of ambition, at a massive scale”. Blog:
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Climate change 🌎 and the US presidential election 🇺🇸 Join , and Sue Biniaz to discuss how the election might influence climate politics and viceversa. Thu 5 March, 5.30pm. The event is part of the series
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Green Alliance 23h
🌎 “A powerful coalition of the willing to make visible the world’s direction of travel, signalling a dramatic economic shift and helping to ratchet up ambitions”
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Green Alliance Feb 27
Today, together with the , we have published a policy brief that lays out why and how the creation of a would make a success. 👉
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CSAE Feb 27
This morning is your last chance to apply for the CSAE Communications Officer role (maternity cover). Deadline today at 12 noon (UK time). Find out how to submit your application here...
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Blavatnik School of Government Feb 27
How can we ensure progress on climate action in the run up to ? and 's Shaun Spiers argue that a could bring together not just national governments but also cities, business, regions, society and more 🌎🌿
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Ngaire Woods Feb 26
2 Climate imperatives from 1. PROTECT invest in resilience, relocate people to safe ground 2. INFORM boil down data so local communities know where they’re vulnerable.
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Hervé Lado Feb 26
Tips for African negotiators doing with . Practitioners from West and Central governments share best practices on how to rebalance asymmetries in , in this blog with :
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Blavatnik School of Government Feb 26
The future of the Labour party 🌹Join Ben Jackson and more to discuss ahead of the contest. Mon 23 March, 5:30pm
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Blavatnik School of Government Feb 26
Policy commissions - how to run them? Four lessons from
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Blavatnik School of Government Feb 25
Six MPP students took part in this year's ’s AI Impact Weekend looking for tech solutions to address one aspect of change - won Best Business Solution with a prototype using to better predict bushfire risk 👏👏👏
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Blavatnik School of Government Feb 25
Transforming the public sector in 🇳🇬 fellow Ifueko Omoigui Okauru (one of the country's most highly regarded public officials) reflects on her time leading Nigeria’s federal tax authority. Thu 12 March 5.30pm
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Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Feb 24
The RISE Annual Conference 2020 will take place from Wednesday, 24 June to Thursday, 25 June at the in the United Kingdom. Register your interest in attending the conference
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Jenna Hand Feb 24
My favourite week of last term’s philosophy course was when discussed the social model of disability, and the idea of relational egalitarianism. Here, he talks about how disability studies changed his approach to political philosophy.
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Blavatnik School of Government Feb 24
Join us for the series convened by : 📆 Wed 26 Feb: How will we live in a changed climate? (N.B. this event is at ) 📆 Thu 5 Mar: and election. Speakers and info here:
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Blavatnik School of Government Feb 24
To survive disaster, plan for the worst - our prof Stefan Dercon is quoted in this opinion piece by
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