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Kate Jones
Director, Diplomatic Studies Programme, University of Oxford. Researcher on human rights and online interference in elections.
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Faculty of Law Dec 10
Today is the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Take a look at the amazing work being done by and who conduct research and promote understanding of issues.
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Oxford University Diplomatic Studies Programme Dec 9
What a great Festive Calendar entry
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Carole Cadwalladr Dec 8
2 extremely alarming stories about NHS health data this am. Leaked docs last week showed NHS data key part of US trade deal. reveals anonymised NHS data has *already* been sold to US drugs companies. There is *no such thing* as anonymised data
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Blavatnik School of Government Nov 29
"From Poverty to Prosperity", the University of Oxford's 1st massive open online course () on economic development led by Paul Collier, is back in a new self-paced version. It's still free and available to everyone. Here's a taste:
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Oxford University Diplomatic Studies Programme Dec 2
Watch out for gems from Oxford University’s Continuing Education every day during Advent.
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The Lowy Institute Nov 27
World diplomacy stocktake: A shifting of the ranks | Bonnie Bley
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Kate Jones Nov 27
Well worth reading: Bertha Cave’s bravery in pursuing equal access is inspirational. Thank you .
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Eileen Donahoe Nov 26
For anyone interested in how the framework can be used in check out this report from Their team is a leading force in this space.
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Dr Kate Dommett Nov 26
This is a great listen, thoroughly recommend to anyone interested in political ads
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Tim Berners-Lee Nov 25
A year ago I called for governments, companies & citizens to come together to protect the web as a force for good. Today, we launch the Contract for the Web — the first global plan of action to build the . Join us.
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Kate Jones Nov 25
It’s always wonderful to meet our amazing DSP alumni, and to meet HM King of Bhutan was a particular privilege.
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Atlas Women Nov 21
There far too few women in senior positions in the ICC OTP, Registry & Chambers. The (largely male) Committee on the Election of the Prosecutor should do more to reach out to and encourage qualified female candidates to apply.
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CSC in the UK Nov 19
Apply for a Shared Scholarship! Are you a talented and motivated individual with a keen interest in ? Find out more about how you can apply here👉
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Oxford University Diplomatic Studies Programme Nov 19
Two first rate events in 24 hours: Maj Gen Chris Ghika’s lecture on military and diplomatic strategy to counter ISIS last evening, and then a brilliant consular crisis exercise this morning.
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Oxford University Diplomatic Studies Programme Nov 18
Looking forward to welcoming Maj Gen Chris Ghika for our special guest lecture this evening - on military and diplomatic tactics to counter ISIS.
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Kate Jones Nov 15
Thank you and good luck with your research.
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Faculty of Law Nov 13
Kate Jones examines how human rights frameworks should guide regulation of digital political campaigning in a paper published by
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Kate Jones Nov 15
An inspirational Somervillian lawyer
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Kate Jones Nov 15
Election 2019: What big tech isn't telling us about ads
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Carl Miller Nov 13
"What is surprising is that the surge of disinformation affecting 2020 is happening much earlier than the 2016 election" Brilliant report from - estimating election-related misinformation was viewed 86 million times over the last three months.
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